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Asbury grove antique postcards 1
Asbury grove antique postcards 1

Trolley car station (now gone) in Asbury Grove, which was located to the left of the entrance to the Grove.

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Asbury grove antique postcards 2

Entrance to Asbury Grove looking up Pleasant Avenue from Highland Street.

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Asbury grove antique postcards 3

Stables and barn at Asbury Grove at the turn of the century, with horses and ponies and children. Water tower in the background. There was a regulation in the Grove that horses were not to be tied to trees among the cottages and buildings, but must be housed in the stables.

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Asbury grove antique postcards 4

View looking up Pleasant Avenue from Lee Park, with the Dining Hall (still standing today) on the left with a sign that says "Restaurant" and the general store just building beyond it (now gone).

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Asbury grove antique postcards 5

The cafe or restaurant in Asbury Grove, which was located near the entrance (now gone).

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Asbury grove antique postcards 6

The entrance to Asbury Grove, looking up Pleasant Avenue from Highland Street, showing the Post Office and the Superintendent's Cottage to the right (both still standing). The Superintendent's Cottage was a farmhouse built ca. 1830 which was already on the land when it was purchased from Joseph Dodge for the Camp Meeting.

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Asbury grove antique postcards 7

View from the center of Asbury Grove showing the Tabernacle and the Chapel (both still standing).

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Asbury grove antique postcards 8

The Post Office and the Superintendent's Cottage to the right of the entrance to Asbury Grove on Pleasant Avenue (both still standing). The Superintendent's Cottage was a farmhouse built ca. 1830 which was already on the land when it was purchased from Joseph Dodge for the Camp Meeting.

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Asbury grove antique postcards 9

Looking up Pleasant Avenue from Lee Park in Asbury Grove. The Dining Hall (still standing) is on the left. Showing beyond it is the general store building (now gone).

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Asbury grove antique postcards 10

View of the center of Asbury Grove, showing left to right the Tabernacle, Chapel, and Library (all still standing).

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Asbury grove antique postcards 11

View from the center of Asbury Grove, looking up Hedding Avenue from Lee Park, with a woman on the porch of the Library at the left.

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Asbury Grove antique postcards 12

View of the entrance arches to Asbury Grove, looking out of the Grove from Pleasant Avenue towards Highland Street.

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Asbury grove antique postcards 13

The L. B. Bates Memorial Library (still standing) in Asbury Grove.

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Asbury grove antique postcards 14

Asbury Grove cottage on Clark Avenue (still standing).

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Asbury grove antique postcards 15

Street (currently unidentified) in Asbury Grove with old cars.

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View from the center of Asbury Grove looking up Mudge and Simpson Avenues.

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Asbury grove antique postcards 17

John L. Bates, Governor of Massachusetts 1903-1905, on a visit to Asbury Grove.

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Entrance to Asbury Grove from Highland Street, looking up Pleasant Avenue, showing the trolley station to the left and the Post Office to the right.

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Asbury grove antique postcards 19

Group porch scene with lanterns and boy with horn, early 1900's in Asbury Grove (specific cottage currently unidentified).

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