Boston, Massachusetts
Boston, Trinity Church
Boston North Station
A 1908 view of Trinity Church.
Boston City Hall
This card dates from 1913. "The City Hall, an
imposing structure built of white granite in
Italian Renaissance style, was erected in
1865. In the foreground may be seen a heroic
statue of Joseph Quincy, designed by
Thomas Ball."   
Boston Custom House
"The towering shaft of the Custom House at
Boston dominates the city's skyline. The
business of the thriving Port of Boston is
conducted within its walls."
Boston Old South Church
A 1912 postcard of the Old South Church and
the Old South Building.
Monument Boston Common
North Station, Boston - an unused postcard of indifferent quality.
This postcard of the statue of General
Washington was mailed in 1904.
An unused postcard of Crispus Attuck's
Monument on Boston Common. "Erected by
the State in 1888 - commemorates the
Boston Massacre."
Boston South Terminal Station
South Terminal Station in 1909.
Boston Tremont Street
Boston Sullivan Square Station
Boston Pie Alley
Boston North Union Station
An undated postcard of North Union Station.  
Newspaper boys in Pie Alley.
Tremont Street in the early 1900s.
Old Postcard, Boston, Mass, State House
Esplanade from West Boston Bridge - a postcard mailed in 1920.
Boston Navy Yard
This view of the Navy Yard was mailed in 1908.
Boston, Washington Street
No date for this postcard of Washington Street.
Boston, T Wharf
T Wharf - a postcard from 1920.
Boston, Public Garden
A postcard of the Public Gardens in Boston, dating from about 1910.
Presbytarian Church
No date for this postcard of the First Presbytarian Church in East
Boston.
Another undated postcard of the State House.
An undated view of the State House.
Sullivan Square Elevated Station - not a very good quality image,
sorry !!
Boston Symphony Hall
An unused and undated postcard of Symphony Hall.
Boston Mass - Opera House
Boston Opera House.
Old Postcard Boston Hotel Essex
The Hotel Essex.
Boston, Christian Science Library
The Christian Science Library in Boston.
North Union Station.
Boston is the capital of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, one of the states of New England in the
USA. The majority of the state's roughly 6.5 million inhabitants live in the greater Boston area. Boston is
one of the oldest cities in the USA, having been founded about 1630 by Puritan settlers from England.
Prudential Center, Boston - a postcard from the 1960s.
"A 31-acre "city-within-a-city" - 750-foot-high tower building,
Sheraton-Boston Hotel, City of Boston War Memorial Auditorium, two
apartment buildings, four commercial buildings, shopping malls,
ice-skating rink."
Boston Prudential Center
Did You Know....that Elizabeth Short, the "Black Dahlia" who was
the victim of a gruesome - and unsolved - murder in Los Angeles in
1947, was born in Hyde Park, Boston, in 1924 ?
And Did You Know....that from 1962 to 1964, the so-called
"
Boston Strangler" is thought to have murdered at least 13 women
in the Boston area ? But was the killer ever really caught ? Follow
the link to read about it.
Parker House, Boston, Mass
The Parker House is a hotel on School Street in
Boston. It was opened in 1855.

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this link for a comprehensive history of
the hotel and its many distinguished guests.
Boston Harbour
Boston Harbour, Graves Light.
Trinity Church, Boston, Mass
Another view of Trinity Church.
Boston, South Station
South Station and the Elevated Railway.
The Institute of Technology.
Boston, Copley Square
Copley Square.
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Two old postcards showing Commonwealth Avenue.
Boston, Mass
Boston College, Mass
Boston College.
Boston Harbour, Mass
Boston Harbour.
Fenway Park, Boston, Mass
Fenway Park - home of the Boston "Red Sox".
Beacon St, Boston, Mass
Beacon Street.
Faneuil Hall, Boston, Mass
Faneuil Hall.
Boston, Mass
Another old postcard of Commonwealth Avenue.
Post Office, Boston, Mass
The Post Office.
Copley Square, Boston, Mass
Copley Square.
Tremont Street, Boston, Mass
Another view of Tremont Street.
Boston, Mass
Beacon and Park Streets.
Old State House, Boston, Mass
The Old State House.
Fenway Park, Boston
Another view of Fenway Park.
King's Chapel, Boston, Mass
King's Chapel.
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