SV228 — Nelson Dionne Collection. View to the northeast of the Roger Williams Church, also known today as the Quaker Meeting House and located behind Plummer Hall, taken from the (non-extant) residence at 136 Essex Street. The wall of Plummer Hall is visible to the right. In the background to the upper left, the Andrew-Safford House is in view along with the spires of the East Church (today the Salem Witch Museum).
Creator unidentified, c. 1860s-1870s.
Today, the structure no longer is situated at this exact spot, which is now a parking lot, and it has been moved slightly to the northeast and rotated 90 degrees.
Salem, Relics, Churches, Roger Williams, Quaker Meeting House