Worcester,Mass - Places of the Past, Lincoln Square
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Not to be confused with Lincoln Plaza. This square has undergone a lot of transformation over the centuries.
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Dan Davis- December 09, 2008 - Report this comment
Is this when Lincoln Square was actually a square?
jim sadowski- July 31, 2009 - Report this comment
Lincoln Square the entrance to Worcester from it's earliest times. From Boston to Worcester was via north end of Lake Quinsigamond, Lincoln Street then Lincoln Square and Main street.
jim sadowski- January 28, 2010 - Report this comment
The Salisbury family (3 generations) should be remembered for Lincoln Square, their store, home, mansion, factory builtings at Lincoln square. All or most given to the City or Art Museum. Almost should be called Salisbury Square.
Paul in Virginia- December 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Understans the Blackstone River runs under Lincoln Square. St. John's Episcopal once stood nearby (removed for Expressway). There was a traffic rotary/circle in the 1950s with theveterans memorial/flag in the middle
Lee- August 27, 2011 - Report this comment
I can see the building where I currently work in the background of the 1910 photo of Lincoln Sq. The Morgan building. Worked there for over 35 years. We'll be moving out some time in the summer next year. :-(
Nancy Provencal- March 10, 2015 - Report this comment
Can anyone tell me of a supermarket at Lincoln Square and what was the name of it?
gary- March 05, 2016 - Report this comment
I remember a supermarket called Brockelman's at Lincoln Sq. Closed in the early 1950's.
Gary Ljungquist- December 27, 2016 - Report this comment
I grew up at 22 Lincoln St.My parents had a restaurant and boarding house until 1957. I find no historical record of that building. Lincoln Square was a bustling area in the 50's. Old Lincoln St. still has a few of the old residences. WE attended Belmont St School and took advantage of the Art Museum and many other cultural resources. We never dreamed that we were "inner city".
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