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014 2012 40 Evergreen Trail Milton MA view A
014 2012 40 Evergreen Trail Milton MA view A
This is a photo of 40 Evergreen Trail in Milton MA. Madeline Lena Verrochi lived here in 1988. 
 
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014 2012 40 Evergreen Trail Milton MA view B
014 2012 40 Evergreen Trail Milton MA view B
This is a photo of 40 Evergreen Trail in Milton MA. Madeline Lena Verrochi lived here in 1988. 
 
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016 1940c William T OConnor headshot
016 1940c William T OConnor headshot
Headshot clipped from photo of William with Mary Ellen Chase. [Photo credit: collection of Mary Ellen Bridge] 
 
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017 1905c James E Cashman around age 29
017 1905c James E Cashman around age 29
Clipped from group photo. James Eugene Cashman around age 29. At this point, James and Ada Susan James had been married for five years. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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017 1914 Steam Tug Victor owned by J E Cashman
017 1914 Steam Tug Victor owned by J E Cashman
Photographer  McAllister, L. L. (Louis L.), 1877-1963  Source Document  Description  From glass negative. Distant view of the "Steam Tug Victor" on Lake Champlain. Part of caption on the photo reads "Owned by J. E. Cashman, loaded with supplies for F. H. Wells leaving Burlington Vt. for Stave Island, March 6, 1914" or 1919. Names of four men also listed including Capt. John Fleury. 
 
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017 1917c Eleanor Cashman portrait by Burham
017 1917c Eleanor Cashman portrait by Burham
Believed to be a portrait of Eleanor Cashman taken at the Burnham photographic studio in Burlington, VT. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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017 1917c Grace Cashman portrait by Burnham of Burlington VT
017 1917c Grace Cashman portrait by Burnham of Burlington VT
Portrait of Grace Cashman around age 7 or 8 taken by Burnham of Burlington, VT. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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017 1920 Ada Susan James
017 1920 Ada Susan James
 
 
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017 1920 Eleanor Katherine Cashman
017 1920 Eleanor Katherine Cashman
at age twenty 
 
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017 1920 Family of James E. Cashman
017 1920 Family of James E. Cashman
Top Row left to Right  Eleanor, Jim, Grace,  Bottom Row Left to Right Marion  Jim Cashman  Bernard  Ada 
 
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017 1920 Grace Cashman headshot
017 1920 Grace Cashman headshot
Headshot clipped from 1920 family portrait. [Photo credit: Michael Cashman] 
 
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017 1920 James Eugene Cashman Jr headshot
017 1920 James Eugene Cashman Jr headshot
at age fourteen 
 
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017 1920s Eleanor Cashman
017 1920s Eleanor Cashman
This photograph bears the imprint of photographer Burnham of Burlington, VT. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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017 1920s James E Cashman home 109 Summit Street
017 1920s James E Cashman home 109 Summit Street
This building, located at 109 Summit Street Burlington, VT, was the home of James E. Cashman and family from about 1923 to 1935. It is now part of the campus of Champlain College. The original owner, Oliver O. Presbry, who built the house in 1895, lived there until 1921. The house was then occupied by various families, most notably James Cashman, Burlington City Engineer. In the late 1930's the house was converted to apartments. Champlain College purchased the house in 1994, converted it to student housing and named it Schillhammer Hall. [Information Source: Champlain College web site http://extra.champlain.edu/champlain/vtour/schillhammer.htm (2011)] [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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017 1920s Marion Cashman portrait
017 1920s Marion Cashman portrait
This is believed to be a high school or college graduation portrait of Marion Cashman. Studio stamp on matte reads: Clark, Burlington, VT. Handwriting on back of print reads, "Eleanor Cashman Dorn (Frank Dorn)," but it is believed that the writer got the first name of this woman wrong. Frank Dorn was the husband of Marion Cashman NOT Eleanor Cashman. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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017 1920s Marion Cashman portrait by Chalmplain
017 1920s Marion Cashman portrait by Chalmplain
Formal portrait of Marion Cashman taken by Champlain Studios - Portrait Photographer - Boston, New York, Philadelphia. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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017 1922c Bernard Cashman portrait by Clark
017 1922c Bernard Cashman portrait by Clark
Childhood portrait of Bernard Donald Cashman. Matte bears the stamp of the Clark stuido of Burlington, VT. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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017 1923c Ada James Cashman circa 1923
017 1923c Ada James Cashman circa 1923
Detail clipped from group photo. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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017 1923c Bernard Donald Cashman circa 1923
017 1923c Bernard Donald Cashman circa 1923
Detail clipped from group photo. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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017 1923c Cashman family gathering
017 1923c Cashman family gathering
The fact that all of James E. Cashman's children are in this photo and none of William J. Cashman's children are represented suggests that this photo was taken in Burlington, VT, perhaps on a special occasion like the graduation of Grace Louise from high school or Eleanor's graduation from college. From L to R: Helen Cashman Hamel, William J. Cashman, Grace Louise Cashman, Bernard D. Cashman (in front), Emma Reed James (in back), James E. Cashman Jr., Ada James Cashman, Eleanor Cashman, James E. Cashman, Anna Zita Barry Cashman, Hannah Falvey Cashman. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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017 1923c Eleanor Cashman circa 1923
017 1923c Eleanor Cashman circa 1923
Detail clipped from group photo. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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017 1923c Grace Louise Cashman circa 1923
017 1923c Grace Louise Cashman circa 1923
Detail clipped from group photo. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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017 1923c James E Cashman circa 1923
017 1923c James E Cashman circa 1923
Detail clipped from group photo. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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017 1923c James E Cashman Jr circa 1923
017 1923c James E Cashman Jr circa 1923
Detail clipped from group photo. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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017 1930 Chittenden Trust Company Bank
017 1930 Chittenden Trust Company Bank
Description  View of the construction of the Chittenden Trust Company bank located at 123 Church Street & 173 College Street. Dated December 15, 1930. A sign board listing James E. Cashman, Inc. of Burlington as general contractor. Harper & West of Boston are the architects and engineers. Also listed are all businesses contributing to the construction. Most businesses are from Vermont. A wooden fence acts as a barrier between the street and construction site. Cars are parked on the street and steel beams are visible. 
 
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017 1930s Ada James Cashman portrait
017 1930s Ada James Cashman portrait
Portrait of Ada Susan James Cashman. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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017 1931 James E Cashman Inc letterhead
017 1931 James E Cashman Inc letterhead
Letter from the firm of James E. Cashman, Inc. to Eugene F. Morrissey Jr. of Woonsocket, RI. dated May 7, 1931. Eugene F. Morrissey entered the construction industry after studying at the Rhode Island School of Design and Brown University. After considerable construction experience in the Rhode Island and Massachusetts area, Mr. Morrissey went to Burlington, VT, to work as an engineer for James E. Cashman, Inc., an established Burlington general contractor. G. Lawrence Wright returned to Vermont after gaining construction experience in the State of New York to join the Cashman firm as a construction superintendent. In 1934, three years after the death of James E. Cashman, Wright and Morrissey joined forces to start Wright & Morrissey, the successor to James E. Cashman, Inc. [Photo credit: personal collection of Daniel B. Morrissey, CEO of Wright & Morrissey] 
 
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017 1937 Bernard D Cashman college senior portrait
017 1937 Bernard D Cashman college senior portrait
Portrait taken of Bernard D. Cashman during his senior year at the University of Vermont. [Photo credit: John Curran] 
 
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017 1937 Bernard D Cashman headshot
017 1937 Bernard D Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from college senior portrait. [Photo credit: John Curran] 
 
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017 1950s Ada Susan James
017 1950s Ada Susan James
Ada James Cashman pushing a stroller. 
 
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017 1952c Ada Cashman and Michael Cashman
017 1952c Ada Cashman and Michael Cashman
Ada James Cashman holding her grandson, Michael Cashman. 
 
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017 2006 James Cashman photo
017 2006 James Cashman photo
 
 
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017 2009 Cashman home 109 Summit St view A
017 2009 Cashman home 109 Summit St view A
Front view of the building, located at 109 Summit Street Burlington, VT, which was the home of James E. Cashman and family from about 1923 to 1935. It is now part of the campus of Champlain College. [Photo credit: City of Burlington http://www.burlingtonvt.gov/PropertyDetails.aspx?a=8000#] 
 
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017 2009 Cashman home 109 Summit St view B
017 2009 Cashman home 109 Summit St view B
Side view of the building, located at 109 Summit Street Burlington, VT, which was the home of James E. Cashman and family from about 1923 to 1935. It is now part of the campus of Champlain College. [Photo credit: City of Burlington http://www.burlingtonvt.gov/PropertyDetails.aspx?a=8000#] 
 
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017 2009 Cashman home 109 Summit St view C
017 2009 Cashman home 109 Summit St view C
Rear view of the building, located at 109 Summit Street Burlington, VT, which was the home of James E. Cashman and family from about 1923 to 1935. It is now part of the campus of Champlain College. [Photo credit: City of Burlington http://www.burlingtonvt.gov/PropertyDetails.aspx?a=8000#] 
 
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017 2009 Cashman home 109 Summit St view D
017 2009 Cashman home 109 Summit St view D
Schillhammer Hall sign outside of 109 Summit Street Burlington, VT, which was the home of James E. Cashman and family from about 1923 to 1935. It is now a residence hall on the campus of Champlain College. [Photo credit: City of Burlington http://www.burlingtonvt.gov/PropertyDetails.aspx?a=8000#] 
 
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017 2011 Cashman home 109 Summit St 1921 to 1937
017 2011 Cashman home 109 Summit St 1921 to 1937
This building, located at 109 Summit Street Burlington, VT, was the home of James E. Cashman and family from about 1923 to 1935. It is now part of the campus of Champlain College. The original owner, Oliver O. Presbry, who built the house in 1895, lived there until 1921. The house was then occupied by various families, most notably James Cashman, Burlington City Engineer. In the late 1930's the house was converted to apartments. Champlain College purchased the house in 1994, converted it to student housing and named it Schillhammer Hall. [Photo credit: Champlain College web site http://extra.champlain.edu/champlain/vtour/schillhammer.htm (2011)] 
 
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017 2011 Cashman home 87 College St 1910 to 1920
017 2011 Cashman home 87 College St 1910 to 1920
This building, located at 87 College Street, Burlington, VT, was the home of James E. Cashman and family from at least 1910 to 1920. It is immediately adjacent to James' office at 77 College Street. (The sliver of building you can see on the right side of the house is James' office.)    This house was listed on the Burlington Historic Sites and Structures Survey (HSSS) from 1978. It was built around 1850, possibly for James Mitchell whose family lived there until the turn of the century. Mitchell, who worked as a tailor, was also an officer in the Green Mountain Lodge of Odd Fellows.     The house is a brick veneer oriented with a pediment and a peak fanlight facing the street. It has a stone foundation and slate roof. Its footprint remains consistent from the Presdee and Edwards map to present day. A Google street view from September 2008 shows the house as present and in much the same condition.    [Photo credit: http://www.uvm.edu/~hp206/2001-1853/elothrop/87c.html (1978)] 
 
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017 unkn Cashman home 1921 to 1937 view A
017 unkn Cashman home 1921 to 1937 view A
This building, located at 109 Summit Street Burlington, VT, was the home of James E. Cashman and family from about 1923 to 1935. It is now part of the campus of Champlain College. 
 
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017 unkn Cashman home 1921 to 1937 view B
017 unkn Cashman home 1921 to 1937 view B
This building, located at 109 Summit Street Burlington, VT, was the home of James E. Cashman and family from about 1923 to 1935. It is now part of the campus of Champlain College. 
 
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017 unkn Cashman home 1921 to 1937 view C
017 unkn Cashman home 1921 to 1937 view C
This building, located at 109 Summit Street Burlington, VT, was the home of James E. Cashman and family from about 1923 to 1935. It is now part of the campus of Champlain College. 
 
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017 unkn Cashman home 87 College Street view A
017 unkn Cashman home 87 College Street view A
This building, located at 87 College Street, Burlington, VT, was the home of James E. Cashman and family from at least 1910 to 1920. It is immediately adjacent to James' office at 77 College Street. (The sliver of building you can see on the right side of the house is James' office.) 
 
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017 unkn Cashman home 87 College Street view B
017 unkn Cashman home 87 College Street view B
This building, located at 87 College Street, Burlington, VT, was the home of James E. Cashman and family from at least 1910 to 1920. It is immediately adjacent to James' office at 77 College Street. (The sliver of building you can see on the right side of the house is James' office.) 
 
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017 unkn James E Cashman portrait
017 unkn James E Cashman portrait
 
 
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017 unkn James E Cashman portrait matted
017 unkn James E Cashman portrait matted
This is a photo of James E. Cashman. [Photo credit: Collection of Catherine O'Brien Cronin (1917-2005)] 
 
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017 unkn Old Champlain School Burlington VT
017 unkn Old Champlain School Burlington VT
The former Champlain (Elementary) School, replaced by a more modern facility, has been converted to apartments 
 
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017 unkn St Stephen Winooski VT
017 unkn St Stephen Winooski VT
One of building built through JAmes E. Cashman Inc.   St Stephen's Catholic Church    115 Barlow Street  Winooski, VT 05404 
 
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019 1887 John Cashman signature
019 1887 John Cashman signature
Signature clipped from Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters insurance forms. 
 
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019 1895 Mary Cashman as she was in school
019 1895 Mary Cashman as she was in school
"Mary Cashman as she was in school" This is the caption that accompanied this photo in the biography of Daniel Bartholomew Reardon that was written by his son, Paul Cashman Reardon. If we assume that the date printed on the border of this cabinet card "1895" is the year that the photo was taken, then Mary Cashman was 18 years old when this photo was snapped. Perhaps this photo was taken to mark her graduation from Quincy High School in June of 1895.  This cabinet card was produced by the studios of Charles W. Hearn, 392 Boylston Street, Boston, and Old Orchard, Maine. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1898 John Cashman portrait
019 1898 John Cashman portrait
This portrait appears on page 118 of a book of biographical sketches of prominent men of Norfolk county. The title of the book is "Biographical review, containing life sketches of leading citizens of Norfolk County, Massachusetts (1898)" and a digitized copy of this book can be viewed at http://www.archive.org/stream/biographicalrevinc1898biog#page/n3/mode/ 2up 
 
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019 1898 Quincy High football team
019 1898 Quincy High football team
This is the team photo of the 1898 Quincy High School footbal team. William J. Cashman can be seen standing in the back row, third from right. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1898c William Cashman as a young man.jpg
019 1898c William Cashman as a young man.jpg
James E. Purdy & Company of Boston only operated at 146 Tremont from 1896 to 1908, therefore this photo is most probably from that time period. Perhaps this is William high school graduation photo. Stamped on matte: "Purdy, 148 Tremont St., Boston. Empire Cabinet." [Source: "A Directory of Massachusetts Photographers, 1839-1900" by Steele & Polito]  [Photo credit: Collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1898c William J Cashman about age 19
019 1898c William J Cashman about age 19
Detail clipped from QHS 1898 Football Team photo. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1899 Adeline Cashman in classroom
019 1899 Adeline Cashman in classroom
Photo of teacher Adeline Cashman in a classroom. The calendar on the wall is turned to the page for June 1899. Adeline is the young woman on the right. The young woman on the left is unidentified. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1899c Hannahs family on porch side A
019 1899c Hannahs family on porch side A
Believed to be a photo of Hannah Cashman and some of her children. Clockwise from top, center: Hannah Falvey Cashman (abt), Helen Cashman (abt 15), Anna Beatrice Cashman (abt 11 - holding dog), Addie Cashman (abt 24 - striped shirt), Henry Cashman (abt 6), unknown girl. The estimated date of 1899 was selected based on the apparent ages of the children and the style of clothes worn. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1899c Hannahs family on porch side B
019 1899c Hannahs family on porch side B
Reverse side of photo bears a handwritten notation:" Paul - Think these are part of the clan - is that grandma? Yes - Grandma Cashman; left - ?; right - Helen; Henry and Aunt Addie - Beatrice" [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1900c Helen and Anna Beatrice with friends
019 1900c Helen and Anna Beatrice with friends
Tintype photo of group of youngsters. Helen Cashman is in the center of the back row. Anna Beatrice Cashman is in the center of the middle row.  [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1900c Mary Cashman beach friends
019 1900c Mary Cashman beach friends
This tintype is typical of the type of photo taken by sidewalk photographers at seaside resorts at the turn of the century. It is believed that the woman in the back row on the far right is Mary Agnes Cashman. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1900c William J Cashman and friend tintype
019 1900c William J Cashman and friend tintype
Believed to be a photo of William J. Cashman (seated) and an unidentified friend (standing). This tintype photo was taken around the turn of the century and is typical of the sort of photograph that was taken at seaside resorts. These young men were probably enjoying some leisure time by the shore and, on impulse, decided to avail themselves of the services of one of the sidewalk photographers. [Photo credit: Collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1900s Helen Cashman on seawall
019 1900s Helen Cashman on seawall
Helen Cashman sitting on a sea wall and holding a certificate or magazine of some kind. Judging by Helen's clothing and facial features, it is estimated that this photo was taken some time between 1902 and 1908. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1900s William Cashman small portrait
019 1900s William Cashman small portrait
[Photo credit: Collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1901c Cashman family at Cedar Bluff
019 1901c Cashman family at Cedar Bluff
In June of 1901, Hannah M. Cashman purchased a piece of property on Hough's Neck in Quincy. This photograph may have been taken that first summer to commemerate the new acquisition. At the turn of the century, Hough's Neck was one of the premiere resorts in the United States. Old family photographs such as this one suggest that 20 Bay View Avenue, or "Cedar Bluff" as it was called, was a popular summer gathering place for the wife, children and grandchildren of John Cashman from 1901 to 1919. The structure was built in 1892 and was set high on a rise overlooking Quincy Bay. Adjacent to the house was a steep slope where the family played games and posed for pictures. A flight of steep wooden stairs led from the house to the beach. The original house from 1892 is still in existence, although it has been recently renovated. Seated on the lawn, from L to R: William J. Cashman, Hannah Cashman, Helen Cashman, Catherine Adeline Cashman, Henry A. Cashman, unknown girl, Anna Beatrice Cashman. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1901c Cashman family gatherine at Cedar Bluff
019 1901c Cashman family gatherine at Cedar Bluff
This photo appeared on page 4 of Mary Reardon's Creation a booklet published by the South Shore Art Center in 2000, to honor the life and works of artist Mary Reardon. The caption under this photo reads, "A Cashman family gathering at their summer house on the Quincy shore, about 1905." As the sign in the upper right corner indicates, this photo was taken at "Cedar Bluff," the Cashman family's summer home at 20 Bayview Avenue in Hough's Neck, Quincy. [NOTE of Donna J. Goldstein: based on the apparent age of Henry A. Cashman, it is believed that a more accurate date for this photo would be 1901-1902] Back row, L to R: Anna Beatrice Cashman, Daniel B. Reardon, Catherine Adeline Cashman, John Cashman, Helen Cashman, Mary Agnes Cashman, unknown woman. Front row, L to R: Hannah Cashman, Henry A. Cashman. The next five females are unknown. [Photo credit: "Mary Reardon's Creation", page 4, collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1901c John Cashman circa 1901
019 1901c John Cashman circa 1901
This detail was snipped from a larger group photo and is believed to be a photo of John Cashman circa 1901. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1902 Blue Hill outing side A
019 1902 Blue Hill outing side A
Martha Bewick writes: "This looks like a happy group of West Quincy young people in the Blue Hills for a walk. The group includes Mary A. Cashman (front row, right), and Helen Cashman (I think, second row, second from left), and Daniel B. Reardon (second row, to the right)." Handwriting on reverse of photo reads: "In the Blue Hills Sunday March 30, 1902 - photo by J. B. Hart" [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1902 Blue Hill outing side B
019 1902 Blue Hill outing side B
Reverse of photo depicting a happy group of West Quincy young people in the Blue Hills. The group includes Helen Cashman, Mary Agnes Cashman, and Mary's future husband, Daniel B. Reardon. Handwritten comment reads: "In the Blue Hills Sunday March 30, 1902 - photo by J. B. Hart" [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1902 Mary Agnes Cashman tintype
019 1902 Mary Agnes Cashman tintype
It is believed that Mary Agnes "Minnie" Cashman is standing in the back row on the right. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1902c Helen Frances Cashman portrait
019 1902c Helen Frances Cashman portrait
A portrait of Helen Cashman Hamel. Possibly her high school graduation photo. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1902c William J Cashman about 23
019 1902c William J Cashman about 23
Closeup of William J. Cashman around age 23. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1903c Mary Agnes Cashman
019 1903c Mary Agnes Cashman
[Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1903c Mary and Helen at Houghs Neck detail
019 1903c Mary and Helen at Houghs Neck detail
This tintype is typical of the photographs taken by sidewalk photographers at seaside resorts in the first decade of the 20th century. This photo was taken at Nantasket Point in Hull, Mass., by C. E. Pease sometime between 1899 and 1909. Mary Agnes Cashman is in the back row on the left. Helen Cashman is in the back row on the right. Daniel Bartholomew Reardon is in the front row on the right. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1904c Mary Agnes Cashman portrait by Kellies
019 1904c Mary Agnes Cashman portrait by Kellies
The matte around this photograph bears the imprint of Kellie's Elite Studio which operated at 1507 Hancock Street, Quincy, from 1902 to 1905. We can deduce that the photograph was taken during this time period. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1905c Anna Beatrice Cashman around age 17
019 1905c Anna Beatrice Cashman around age 17
Anna Beatrice Cashman around age 17. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1905c Anna Beatrice Cashman headshot
019 1905c Anna Beatrice Cashman headshot
Detail of Anna Beatrice Cashman portrait taken by James E. Purdy, of 146 Tremont Street, Boston. 
 
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019 1905c Anna Beatrice Cashman photo
019 1905c Anna Beatrice Cashman photo
[Photo credit: Claire Curran] 
 
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019 1905c Anna Beatrice Cashman portrait
019 1905c Anna Beatrice Cashman portrait
This photo was taken by James E. Purdy, a Boston photographer that was active at 146 Tremont St. between 1896 and 1908. This was possibly her high school graduation photo. 
 
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019 1905c Children of John and Hannah Cashman
019 1905c Children of John and Hannah Cashman
It is believed that this impromptu family photo was taken on the occasion of the christening (or a few months after the birth) of William J. Cashman Jr., first child of William J. Cashman Sr. and Anna Zita Barry. This photo captures all of John and Hannah Cashman's children with the exception of the oldest, Adeline Cashman Dalton, who by 1905 was married and living in Sandwich on the Cape. Standing, from L to R: Mary Agnes Cashman, Helen Frances Cashman, James Eugene Cashman, John Joseph Cashman, Henry A. Cashman. Squatting, L to R: Anna Beatrice Cashman, William Joseph Cashman Sr. holding William Joseph Cashman Jr., and Anna Zita Barry. William J. Cashman Jr. was born in March of 1905. The clothing, foliage and size of the infant suggest that this photo was taken during the summer of 1905. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1905c Hannah and Mary Cashman with others
019 1905c Hannah and Mary Cashman with others
Mary Cashman is on the far left in this photo and Hannah Cashman is on the far right. The two women and child in the center are, at present, unknown. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1905c Helen Frances Hamel around age 21
019 1905c Helen Frances Hamel around age 21
Helen Frances Hamel around age 21. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1905c Henry Cashman around age 12
019 1905c Henry Cashman around age 12
Henry Cashman at around age twelve. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1905c Henry Cashman headshot
019 1905c Henry Cashman headshot
Headshot clipped from family snapshot in the summer of 1905. Henry would have been about twelve when this was taken. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1905c John J Cashman around age 24
019 1905c John J Cashman around age 24
John Joseph Cashman around age 24, two years before his marriage to Theresa Haolam Carey. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1905c John J Cashman headshot
019 1905c John J Cashman headshot
Headshot clipped from group photo. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1905c Mary Agnes Cashman around age 28
019 1905c Mary Agnes Cashman around age 28
Mary Agnes Cashman around age 28, three years before she married Daniel B. Reardon. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1906 Helen F Cashman Simmons graduation
019 1906 Helen F Cashman Simmons graduation
Helen Cashman's Simmons College graduation photo.  [Photo credit: Collection of Catherine O'Brien (1917-2005)] 
 
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019 1907c Mary A Cashman at Cedar Bluff
019 1907c Mary A Cashman at Cedar Bluff
This photo depicts Minnie Cashman standing beside in front of "Cedar Bluff" the Cashman's summer home on Hough's Neck in Quincy. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1909 Anna B Radcliffe graduation photo
019 1909 Anna B Radcliffe graduation photo
Anna Beatrice Cashman's graduation photo from Radcliffe. Anna Beatrice is in the front row on the far right, holding the dog. [Photo credit: Collection of Catherine O'Brien (1917-2005)] 
 
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019 1909 Anna Beatrice Cashman Radcliffe grad pic
019 1909 Anna Beatrice Cashman Radcliffe grad pic
Detail of Anna Beatrice Cashman from Radcliffe class of 1909 graduation photo. [Photo credit: Claire Curran Balquist] 
 
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019 1909 Anna Beatrice Cashman Radcliffe graduation portrait
019 1909 Anna Beatrice Cashman Radcliffe graduation portrait
Formal portrait of Anna Beatrice Cashman on the occasion of her graduation from Radcliffe. Photographer: Notman Studios, Boston 
 
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019 1913 John Cashman funeral floral display
019 1913 John Cashman funeral floral display
Floral arrangements from the funeral of John Cashman displayed around his grave at Saint Mary's Cemetery in Quincy, MA, on March 29, 1913, the day of his funeral. One Quincy newspaper article described the floral display as "one of the largest and finest ever seen in this city and it necessitated four carriages to transport these remembrances to the cemetery. There were massive standing pieces from St. Francis' Court, M. C. O. F., the Quincy Electric Light and Power Company, the Bay State Dredging Company and Mr. Cashman's brother, William. The latter offering was the biggest floral piece ever seen in this city and one of the largest ever constructed. It represented a tug towing barges under a span bridge, typifying the span of life." William Cashman's floral tribute can be seen on the right hand side of this photo.  The mat bears the imprint of Nerses Studio, 1507 Hancock St., Quincy, MA. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1917 Hannah Cashman in wicker chair
019 1917 Hannah Cashman in wicker chair
Hannah Cashman in 1917. Perhaps this photo was taken in her new home at 652 Adams Street in East Milton? [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1917 Hannah Cashman near fish tank
019 1917 Hannah Cashman near fish tank
Hannah Cashman in 1917. Perhaps this photo was taken in her new home at 652 Adams Street in East Milton? Notation on back of photo reads "01-21-13". This is most likely a photographer's notation for organizing negatives. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1920 Bernard Donald Cashman age 4
019 1920 Bernard Donald Cashman age 4
 
 
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019 1920c Hannah and her family
019 1920c Hannah and her family
 
 
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019 1920s Hannah Cashman in yard
019 1920s Hannah Cashman in yard
An informal photo of Hannah Cashman outdoors. The distant house on the far right is similar in appearance to the houses in the East Milton neighborhood of Belcher Circle, where her son John Joseph Cashman lived during the 1920s, 30s and 40s. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 1923c Hannah Falvey Cashman circa 1923
019 1923c Hannah Falvey Cashman circa 1923
Detail clipped from group photo. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 2006c 107 Cross Street house number detail
019 2006c 107 Cross Street house number detail
Detailed view of the house number and side entry at 107 Cross Street in West Quincy, MA. This house was built in 1890, the same year that William Cashman built his house at 117 Cross Street, two doors down. At the time of building, this lot was owned by John Cashman so John probably arranged for its construction or maybe even built it himself. In 1891, it was the residence of John's brother, Luke, and John's mother, Catherine Long Cashman. Until about 1911, this address was known as 37 Cross Street. 
 

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