1929 A Map of Old Boston in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

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By: Charles R. Capron
Date: 1929 (Dated) Boston
Original Size: 18.25 x 24.5 inches (46.4 cm x 62.25 cm)
This is a reproduction of a lovely pictorial map of Boston Massachusetts. The map was made as promotional material by the Boston Five Cents Savings Bank located at 30 School Street in the center of the map. Every street is noted and various landmarks, and districts are noted, including Chinatown, the Shopping District, the site of the Boston Tea Party, Paul Revere’s house, the Old State House, and Beacon Hill, to name a few. Flanking the map are several coat-of-arms representing letters, music, art, trade, medicine, law, science, and industry. A compass rose, sailing and motor ships, and a whale ornament the Boston Harbor.
Inventory #19406

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