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vintage everyday: Boston 90 Years Ago – 49 Amazing Aerial Pictures Show the Face of Massachusetts in the 1920s

vintage everyday: Boston 90 Years Ago – 49 Amazing Aerial Pictures Show the Face of Massachusetts in the

Adams lived at the corner of Tremont and Boylston Streets, Boston, 1806–1809 [89]

Adams lived at the corner of Tremont and Boylston Streets, Boston,

In 1934, the Sumner Tunnel opened beneath the harbor, connecting East Boston and eventually Logan International Airport to the rest of the city. In this photo, automobiles enter the Sumner on April 24, 1958. Almost exactly a year after this picture was taken, on April 30, 1959, more than 1,000 people attended a groundbreaking ceremony for construction of a second tunnel to run parallel to the then–25-year-old Sumner.

FROM THE ARCHIVES The Sumner Tunnel The first of three underwater crossings beneath Boston Harbor, the Sumner Tunnel, opened on June

Tremont Street in 1860  -- Tremont Street looking south from School Street and King's Chapel. Park Street Church is to the right. Boston Public Library

Tremont Street in 1860 -- Tremont Street looking south from School Street and King's Chapel. Park Street Church is to the right.

Boston, Sampson house, Charter Street | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Boston, Sampson house, Charter Street | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Boston 1906

Washington Street, Boston Boston, Massachusetts, circa the awnings on the left. Very busy trolley traffic.

The now demolished Central Artery in Boston looking north. It was put underground by the Big Dig tunnel project. Quincy Market on lower left. Jan. 3, 1969. MDPW photo

The now demolished Central Artery in Boston looking north. It was put underground by the Big Dig tunnel project. Quincy Market on lower left.

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