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Broadway runs across the bottom of this 1902 photograph, with Prospect Avenue rising at right and McComb Street at the top. Notice the truck garden on the Broadway side of McComb, and the plowed fields above. Greene Cottage
McComb Street runs from Prospect Avenue southeast to Neil Street on French Hill; it originally ran down to Olive Street, though now the section after Neil Street is a dead end that serves as a driveway for a few houses.
It was likely originally named for Alexander Macomb, of Macomb's Purchase, but has been mis-spelled on at least one map since 1910.
|Old Address||Post-911 Address||Building Name/Notes||Cure Evidence|
|1 McComb Street||Mrs. Carter Cottage||DIS|
|2 McComb Street||282 McComb Street||Bosworth Cottage||DIS 1912|
|3 McComb Street||Foy Cottage||DIS 1912|
|10 McComb Street||270 McComb Street||Meehan Cottage||DIS 1913|
|11 McComb Street||
||11 McComb Street|
|19 McComb Street||253 McComb Street||19 McComb Street||DIS 1913|
|20 McComb Street||252 McComb Street||Stringham Cottage||DIS 1911|
|26 McComb Street||240 McComb Street||Greene Cottage (flat)||DIS 1913|