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Photo, Print, Drawing Street scenes, Lowell, Massachusetts

About this Item


  • Street scenes, Lowell, Massachusetts


  • DeNatale, Douglas (Photographer)

Created / Published

  • October 29, 1987


  • -  Folklore--Massachusetts
  • -  Photographs
  • -  Ethnography
  • -  Documentary photographs
  • -  United States -- Massachusetts -- Lowell


  • Photographs
  • Ethnography
  • Documentary photographs


  • -  Index data: 1, View of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church from corner of Suffolk Street and Lagrange Court. Corner of house with a for sale sign in foreground. Sign reads: "Golden Century Real Estate" with picture of Acropolis; 2, Kong Pong Cham Asian Market, corner of Broadway and Adams Streets; 3, Olympos Bakery, Broadway; 4, Car parked on Broadway, decal of Christ on headlamp; 5, Lafayette Club, sign for Transfiguration Church in foreground; 6, Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church; 7, St. Jean Baptiste Church seen across parking lot beside Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church. Line of triple-deckers in front of church; 8, Cotes Market, Market St; 9, Close-up of sign: "Pork-Scrap / 'Gorton'" in window of Cotes Market; 10, Close-up of sign: "The Original / Lowell's Famous / Beans / Sold Here" in window of Cotes Market; 11, Sign for Franco-American Day School, Pawtucket Street; 12, Mural on side wall of Club Citoyens-Americains, Market St; 13, Front of Club Citoyens-Americains; 14, Tournas Confectionary (closed), Market St; 15, Olympia Restaurant, Market St; 16-17, Storefront window with olive oil, unmarked Greek store, Market St; 18, Jeanne d'Arc Credit Union, Merrimack Street; 19, St. Jean Baptiste Church, side view; 20, St. Jean Baptiste Church, front view.


  • 35 mm color slide

Call Number/Physical Location

  • Call number: AFC 1987/042: LFP-DD-C023

Source Collection

  • Lowell Folklife Project collection (AFC 1987/042)


  • American Folklife Center

Online Format

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Credit line: Lowell Folklife Project collection (AFC 1987/042), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

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Chicago citation style:

DeNatale, Douglas. Street scenes, Lowell, Massachusetts. United States Lowell Massachusetts, 1987. Photograph.

APA citation style:

Denatale, D. (1987) Street scenes, Lowell, Massachusetts. United States Lowell Massachusetts, 1987. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

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DeNatale, Douglas. Street scenes, Lowell, Massachusetts. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.