We have recently acquired a number of large format images (most on 5x7 inch glass negatives) that show amazing detail of various Jamaica Plain locations including Agassiz Park, Belmore Terrace, Barbara Street, Green Street, Everett Street, Pond Street, Myrtle Street, and the 1929 and 1930 class of Jamaica Plain High School.  See the collection of those images and others here.

Mail-Order House on Lamartine Street

Is an 1880 fountain buried in Franklin Park?

Jimmy Lovett, the Last Farrier in Jamaica Plain

Jamaica Plain Memories of Richard Charles Hoeh

Art, Craft & Reform: The Eliot School

Hamlin Garland, Pulitzer Prize Winner and Noted Western Author

Patrick Meehan, Russian Nobility, and Famous Brahmins Meet

Bromley Park: The Withering of a Garden Square

Three Firemen Hurt at $50,000 Jamaica Plain Fire

Typhoid Fever in Jamaica Plain

Alleged Wagon Thieves Arrested

Blessed Sacrament Corner Stone Laid

Plan to Build Big Apartment House in Jamaica Plain

A Jamaica Plain Family’s Day at the Beach in the Early 1900s

Hotel Boylston Materials Used in Jamaica Plain

A 1941 Ford in Jamaica Plain

Dorothy Meyer remembers Arboretum Heights

Horace Parker Chandler

UMass Boston Jamaica Plain Collections

A History of the Arnold Arboretum

Oral Histories by Jamaica Plain High School Students

Jamaica Pond and Boston’s Water System

1975 Centre Street Exhibit and Fair

Bob Duerden’s Jamaica Plain

Callahan’s Men’s Shops 

The Jamaica Plain Friendly Society

Brandegee Estate

Hailer’s Drug Store