This 1980 Black And White Surveillance Photo Released By The U S. Attorney’S Office And Presented As Evidence During The First Day Of A Trial For James “Whitey” Bulger In U.S. District Court In Boston, Wednesday, June 12, 2013, Shows Bulger, Centre, With

This 1980 Black And White Surveillance Photo Released By The U S. Attorney’S Office And Presented As Evidence During The First Day Of A Trial For James “Whitey” Bulger In U.S. District Court In Boston, Wednesday, June 12, 2013, Shows Bulger, Centre, With

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This map reveals the necessary roads, rail roads, towns, land formations, bodies of water, and maritime strains. Very good overall vintage situation, Approx. Colored Antique map of components of Boston, Roxbury, Dorchester, Hyde Park, and Milton, from the 1891 Massachusetts Atlas by George H. Walker. Very good total vintage situation, 17.5 x 26 inches. Antique hand colored engraved antique map of Boston and environs, nicely earlier than the fill, with a great portion of the Bay.Maps fold out and are of varied sizes, please inquire if you're curious about the sizes of the maps. Hand coloured topographical map of the Blue Hills Reservation, located exterior of Boston, prepared for the Metropolitan Park Commission under the path of Frederick Law Olmsted.It was a double house with a common entryway. Black families started renting here between 1825 and 1830. In 1865, it was bought by black clothier James Scott.The 5 residential structures on Smith Court are typical of the homes occupied by black Bostonians within the 19th century. Number three was built in 1799 by two white bricklayers.Very good total vintage situation, 12 x 19.5 inches. Colored Antique map of parts of Cambridge, Boston, Somerville, Medford, Everett, Chelsea, East Boston, from the 1891 Massachusetts Atlas by George H. Walker.From John Marshall's "The Life of George Washington" printed in 1832. With middle fold as issued in e-book. Good situation with some minor image transfer, seam separation at bottom to frame, 6.25 x 9.5 inches. The Abiel Smith School was named after a white businessman who left an endowment of $2,000 to town of Boston for the schooling of black youngsters. Constructed in 1834 and devoted in 1835, the Smith main and grammar school changed the Meeting House School to teach a large number of the black children of Boston.