|Intersection of Massey and Holcomb 1900|
|St. Patrick's Church 1880|
Massey Street in Watertown
is divided into two sections. North Massey runs from Court Street
to Arsenal Street
and has traditionally been a mixture of businesses and residences. South Massey runs from Arsenal Street
south towards the city limits and has traditionally been a residential street. The Street was named after Hart Massey.
Lower Massey, or North Massey Street, was part of the site of Henry Coffeen's
proposed business district, Madison Square, in 1816. Since then, the street has been the site of many schools, churches and businesses.
Notable Structures on Massey Street
St. Patrick's Church
Massey Street School
Arsenal Street School
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AJRII & has been edited 2 times. The last modification was made by - on Apr 11, 2009 6:52 am.