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  1. The Great Boston Fire of 1872. The aftermath

    The Great Boston Fire of 1872. The aftermath

    The aftermath of the Great Boston Fire of 1872
  2. The Great Boston Fire of 1872. The aftermath

    The Great Boston Fire of 1872. The aftermath

    Aftermath of the Great Boston Fire of 1872
  3. Boston Fire of 1872. Washington Street

    Boston Fire of 1872. Washington Street

    After the Boston Fire, Washington Street. 1872. James Wallace Black.
  4. Boston Fire of 1872. City ruins after the fire

    Boston Fire of 1872. City ruins after the fire

    City ruins of Boston after the fire of 1872.
  5. Boston Fire of 1872. View from Washington & Bromfield

    Boston Fire of 1872. View from Washington & Bromfield

    Boston Fire from Washington & Bromfield panoramic by Whipple
  6. Boston Fire of 1872. Federal Street

    Boston Fire of 1872. Federal Street

    Hussey Wells & Co., Federal Street
  7. Boston Fire of 1872. South Side of Milk Street

    Boston Fire of 1872. South Side of Milk Street

    South Side of Milk Street - Looking Toward Washington
  8. Boston Fire of 1872. Devonshire Street to the Corner of Milk Street

    Boston Fire of 1872. Devonshire Street to the Corner of Milk Street

    Devonshire Street to the Corner of Milk Street
  9. Boston Fire of 1872. Federal Street, East side

    Boston Fire of 1872. Federal Street, East side

    Federal Street, East side
  10. Boston Fire of 1872. The Corner of Perkins and Pearl Streets

    Boston Fire of 1872. The Corner of Perkins and Pearl Streets

    The Corner of Perkins and Pearl Streets, Looking to Broad Street
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    1896: The Steinert Hall Underground Theater in Boston

    Not far from the Boston Public Garden there is this unremarkable building called Steinert Hall. Piano dealers M. Steinert & Sons own the building, erected in 1896 by company employee Alexander Steinert. Architects Winslow and Wetherell designed the "six-story limestone and brick Beaux Arts-style...
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    1887 Column: Boston Massacre Monument

    The Boston Massacre / Crispus Attucks monument honors the victims of the Boston Massacre. It stands at 25 feet high and 10 feet wide. On top stands a figure representing the Spirit of the Revolution inspired by Eugene Delacroix’s painting of Liberty Leading the People, a symbol of the French...
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