1 Fritz’s Way

1 Fritz's Way, Provincetown (2011), by David W. Dunlap.Conant Street once ran no farther than King’s Way, with which it formed an L-shaped juncture. There was a “paper” extension of the street; that is, a theoretical dotted line in town maps, running right through Thomas Edwards’s property. Undaunted, Edwards built this house in the middle of the mapped street. When Marion Taves asked Edwards about his thoughts on the chances of a road actually being built, he replied, “Not in my lifetime.” In the 1990s [?],the Conant extension (called Fritz’s Way) was finally constructed. The Edwards house had to be moved several yards to the west to accommodate what was no longer a paper street. • Assessor’s Online Database ¶ Posted 2013-01-05

5 Fritz’s Way

5 Fritz's Way, Provincetown (2011), by David W. Dunlap. 
5 Fritz's Way, Provincetown.Because Habitat for Humanity is so strongly associated with former President Jimmy Carter and his global homebuilding efforts — particularly in the third world — it may seem incongruous at first to imagine a Habitat project in Provincetown. But Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod, the local affiliate, says in its Web site, “We always have more qualified applicants than homes.” More history»