of the Website presents images and information on the commercial buildings
in Salem listed below. In some cases the buildings are related to Nathaniel
Hawthorne; in other cases buildings are included to give a sense of Hawthorne's
world and also of the Salem a visitor would encounter today. All of these
buildings also appear on the 1840 and/or modern map of Salem.
Brown Building (Merchant's Building; Union Building), 2-4 Union St. and 105-107
Bowker (Manning) Block, 144-156 Essex St. Mall at Liberty St.
Downing Block, 173-175-177 Essex Street Mall
The Central Building/Old Custom House, 4-10 Central Street and Essex Street Mall
Essex Bank Building, 11 Central Street
Peabody Building, 120-128 Washington St.
Lawrence Place, 133 and 137 Washington Street and 34 Front St.
The Salem Lyceum, 43 Church St
The Hawthorne Hotel, 18 Washington Square, West
The Archer Block (Franklin Building), 18 Washington Square, West
Pickman-Derby Block, 213-215 Essex Street Mall, 1 and 7 Derby Square
Pickering Wharf, Derby and Congress Streets on the South River and Salem
Naumkeag Steam Cotton Company, at Congress St. on Stage Point