Holyoke Bus Trip

Holyoke Bus Trip

1Congregation Rodphey SholomForer Avenue / 1800 Northampton Streetinformation
(about its cemetery)
2Fairfield Avenue Local Historic DistrictFairfield Avenueinformation
3Forestdale CemeteryPleasant Street / Cabot Streetinformation
4WistariahurstCabot Street / Beech Streetinformation
5Holyoke Public LibraryCabot Street / Chestnut Streetinformation
(not mine)

6Victory TheatreChestnut Street / Suffolk Streetinformation
7Holyoke City HallHigh Street / Dwight Streetinformation
8Veterans ParkHampden Street / Chestnut Streetinformation
9Richardsonian Train StationBowers Street / Lyman Streetinformation
10Holyoke Canal SystemRace Street (near Middle Street)information
11Holyoke Heritage State ParkDwight Streetinformation
12Holyoke High SchoolBeech Streetinformation
endCongregation Rodphey SholomForer Avenue / 1800 Northampton Streetinformation

Hampden Street (Holyoke) businesses

In 1927, Hampden Street (Holyoke) had many businesses that were frequented by members of the Doyle family. The year 1927 is chosen since Mary Doyle would have been 10 years old in that year.


907 Hampden Street – Mary Cunningham the druggist was here

911 Hampden Street – Alvin Phillips the grocer was here

Both 907 and 911 Hampden are in the Highland Block (907 to 917 Hampden). The Highland Block is a 1892 Victorian building that had commercial enterprises on the ground floor and residences on the upper floor.

930 Hampden Street – Luchini and Rigali confectioners were here

Sanborn map analysis:

Sanborn 1889 map A and map B and the 1884 map has nothing

Sanborn 1895 map A and map B Highland Block is called the Rigali Block

Sanborn 1915 map A and map B

Sanborn 1949 map A and map B

Sanborn 1957 map A and map B