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Lincoln Park Baths

February 7th, 2008

lincolnparkbaths1201starkweather.jpg1201 Starkweather Ave.  Currently condominiums, the Lincoln Park Baths opened in 1921.  The baths were built to serve a community whose housing lacked modern plumbing.  There were separate entrances for men and women and the patrons paid between a penny and a nickel for the use of the facilities.

Info and picture courtesy of Tremont West Dev. Corp.

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