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Public Library, Front View, Boston, Mass.

Fishing Schooners at T Wharf, Boston, Mass.

View of the city of Boston from Dorchester Heights.

New Masonic Temple.

New Masonic Temple.

Statue of Benj. Franklin. Boston, Mass.

Steam Engineering Building, Junior shop and shot park U.S. Navy Yard Boston , Mass.

Gun boat "Boston," Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Gun park & barracks, Boston Navy Yard.

Gun boat "Boston," Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Christ Church in Boston.

Norfolk House in the Boston Highlands.

Masonic Temple.

View from Bunker Hill monument, east.

Fountain, Public Garden, Boston, Mass., U.S.A.

Mechanics' building, Boston.

[General view of the Public Gardens.]

Boston and Maine rail road station, Haymarket Square, Boston, Mass.

[Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.]

[View of an unidentified structure with a turret.]

[Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.]

Conservatory.

Boston, U.S. custom house.

Boston Common Brewer fountain.

Panoramic view Public Garden.

Equestrian statue of Washington, Boston Public Garden.

Park St. entrance to Boston Common.

Revere House, Boston.

Old South Church.

[View of a church.]

West portal of tunnel, sec. 8.

The lake.

Under the elms, Boston Common.

Church of the Unity, Boston.

Panorama from Bunker Hill monument, N.

Beacon St. Mall.

Front Piazza of Grand Hotel, 4 P.M. with Gilmore's Boston Band, Saratoga, N.Y.

[Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.]

State Street.

Charles Street Mall, Boston Common, Mass.

[View showing brickmasons and equipment.]

[Colorized view of two people in a boat on the pond.]

State House, Boston, Mass.

The bridge, (near view) Public Garden.

Old South Church, Washington St.

Scollay Square, Boston, U.S.A.

Park St. entrance to Boston Common.

State Street, Boston, Mass.

Charles Street Mall, Boston Common.

Entrance to Forest Hills.

Cathedral building, Franklin Street. Boston, Mass.

Beacon St. Mall, Boston Common.

The Public Garden.

State House, in Boston.

The Public Garden.

Overhanging elms, Beacon Mall, Boston Common.

Brattle Square Church.

The old elm--Boston Common.

Everett statue.

Public Gardens, from Arlington St., Boston, Mass.

The old elm.

[Police man sitting at edge of a path.]

Beacon St. Mall, Boston Common.

[General view of Boston.]

View on the Public Garden, Boston, Mass.

Boston and Albany R.R. Depot, (Beach St.).

The small boys delight.

Venus and Washington Monuments, Public Garden, Boston, Mass, U.S.A.

Old South Church.

Faneuil Hall, Boston, Mass.

Old elm tree on Boston Common.

Front Piazza of Grand Hotel, 4 P.M. with Gilmore's Boston Band, Saratoga, N.Y.

Boston harbor and East Boston from State St. block.

State Street, looking down, Boston, Mass.

Brewer fountain, Boston Common.

Boston harbor and East Boston from State St. block.

Atheneum building, Boston, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Maid of the Mist, Public Garden.

King's Chapel, Tremont Street, Boston, Mass.

Bronze statue of Edward Everett.

State House.

Washington Street, Boston.

Charles Street Mall, Boston Common.

Great organ, Boston music hall.

Public Gardens, Boston, Mass.

Equestrian statue of Washington, Boston Public Garden.

Diana the huntress, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Ether Monument, Boston Public Garden.

Park square.

U.S. Court House and St. Paul's Church.

State Street from old State House.

Fanueil Hall.

Rock cut, sta. 290, sec. 8.

[View of a house under construction.]

The Public Garden.

Quincy Market, Boston.

Washington equestrian statue, Public Garden, Boston, Mass.

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Boston Common.

Old North Church, Boston, Mass. U.S.A.

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