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Suffolk County

Bunker Hill Monument, Charlestown

Sullivan Squate Terminal, Charlestown [1909]

Sullivan Squate Terminal, Charlestown

Walter Baker Chocolate Mills (Webb Mill and Baker Mill), Dorchester

First Parish Church and Lyceum Hall, Dorchester

Tennis Courts, Franklin Park

Cleary Square, Hyde Park

Wonderland Park, Revere Beach

High School, South Boston

Baker Memorial, Uphams Corner

Prattville School, Chelsea
Chelsea Fire, 1908

Ruins of the Great Chelsea Fire, Sunday, April 12, 1908, State Armory

Broadway in the Vicinity of the Armory

Broadway, North from Everett Ave.

Ruins of the Great Chelsea Fire, Sunday, April 12, 1908, Chelsea High School

Looking toward Everett Avenue from rear of Knights of Columbus Building, showing Universalist and Congregational Churches. After the Big Fire of Apr. 12, 1908, Chelsea

Multiple Views of Boston

Multiple Views of Boston

General View of Boston by Aeroplane

Minnesota Delegation,
G. A. R. Parade, Boston [1917]

Advertising Card for The Barber Asphalt Paving Co., Revere-Lynn Turnpike

May Sheep Fair, (from an Old Picture), Boston

Boston in the Future
Street Scenes

Beacon Street Mall, Boston

Commonwealth Ave., Boston

Commonwealth Ave., Boston

Tremont Street from Boylston St., Boston [postmarked 1909]

Tremont St., showing U. S. Weather Report, Boston

Tremont Street, Boston

Driveway Along the Charles River Esplanade, Boston

Advertising Card for The Barber Asphalt Paving Co., Huntington Avenue

Harvard Bridge, Boston

West Boston Bridge, Boston [1926]

Agassiz Bridge, Back Bay Fens, Boston [postmarked 1910]

Trinity Church, Boston

Christian Science Cathedral, Boston

Copley Square, showing Trinity Church, Boston [postmarked 1908]

King's Chapel, Boston

Shawmut Congregational Church, Tremont and West Brookline Sts., Boston

Mission Church, Roxbury, Boston

Old North Church, Boston [postmarked 1909]

Old North Church, Boston

New, Old South Church, Boston

Old South Church with New Old South Building, Boston [1905]

Old South Meeting-house, Boston
Government Buildings

State House, Boston

State House, Boston

Advertising Card for Brown's Bronchial Troches, State House, Boston

Old State House, Boston

Public Library, Boston

Custom House, Boston

Pemberton Square and the New Court House, Boston

Post Office, Boston

Fire Station and Water Tower 4 [1925]

Faneuil Hall, the Cradle of Liberty, Custom House and Statue of Samuel Adams

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Memorials, Monuments and Statues

Soldiers' Monument, Boston

Evacuation Monument, Boston

View from State House, showing Boston Common and Shaw Memorial, Boston

Brewer's Fountain, Boston Common, showing State House, Boston

Boston Common, showing Soldiers Monument and Frog Pond, Boston

Wm. Channing Memorial, Public Gardens, Boston [postmarked 1907]

Hooker Statue, Boston

Symphony Hall, Boston

Paul Revere House, Boston

South Station, Boston

South Station, Boston [1905]

General View of Waterfront, Boston

Park Street Entrance to Subway, Boston [pre 1907]

Trolley Trips, Boston (multiple views of Boston shown in windiws and wheels) [1906]
Hotels, Motels and Restaurants

Copley Square Hotel, Boston

Union Oyster House, Boston

Hotel Statler, Park Square at Arlington St., Boston

Mrs. Charles Dickens, Rooms for Tourists, 44 N. Beacon St., Boston

Bridge and Lake in Public Garden, Boston

Public Gardens, Showing Skyline, Boston

Scene in Public Garden, Boston [postmarked 1908]

Swan Boat on Lake, Public Garden, Boston [postmarked 1922]

Bridge and Scarboro Pond, Franklin Park

Braves Field, Home of the Boston Braves

Braves' Field, Largest Ball Ground in the World

New Fenway Park, American League

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