Boston Illustrated: Containing Full Descriptions of the City and Its Immediate Suburbs, Its Public Buildings and Institutions, Business Edifices, Parks and Avenues, Statues, Harbor and Islands, Etc., Etc. With Numerous Historical Allusions
Edwin Monroe Bacon
Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1886 - Boston (Mass.) - 167 pages
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