4 Garfield Street

4 Garfield Street, Provincetown (2008), by David W. Dunlap. 
4 Garfield Street, Provincetown (2012), by David W. Dunlap.Seaward Cottage

An astonishing measure of the accretion of sand at Beach Point over the decades is this: I was told that the doors on the lower level of Seaward, facing the harbor, once served as a boat house. Like Beach Bum at 3 Garfield, this was once owned by the Vaughan family. They sold it in 2007 to Shari Kadison and Gordon Gano of Jamaica Plain. Kadison’s artwork has been shown at Art Market Provincetown. “I create art using found objects as well as organic materials,” she said. “The subject matter is enriched by the inherent history of the original use of the articles selected. More pictures and history»

6 Garfield Street

6 Garfield Street, Provincetown (2012), by David W. Dunlap. 
6 Garfield Street, Provincetown (1976), by Josephine Del Deo. Courtesy of the Provincetown Public Library.The “before” picture at right, taken by Josephine Del Deo in 1976, shows the front porch of 6 Garfield Street before it was enclosed. Like a number of other properties along Garfield Street, No. 6 was owned my members of the Vaughan family: in this case, Carol (Vaughan) Wagner (1941-2009) and her husband, Hughes H. Wagner, of Orleans. Her parents, Donald M. and Frederica W. Vaughan, were public school teachers in Springfield. She was the co-owner and operator of the Shipwrecks Ltd. shop at the Lemon Tree Village complex in Brewster. More pictures and history»

9 Garfield Street

9 Garfield Street, Provincetown (2012), by David W. Dunlap.Ever After

Robert Wilson owned this property from 1975 to 1995, when it was purchased by Lisa (Bossarelli) Traub (1953-2011) and Douglas S. Traub Jr. of Winsted, Conn. Lisa Traub was the coach of many championship boys’ and girls’ swim teams at Torrington High School. Traub also owns 5 Garfield Street and 8 Garfield Street. • Assessor’s Online Database ¶ Posted 2013-01-06