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  • Birkenstock Women's Boston Clog Washed Metallic Antique Black Size 37 N EU

    Cozy and comfortable, the Birkenstock Boston is an unquestionable favorite. This classic clog, complete with Birkenstock's cork footbed, comes is a variety of colors and materials.

    • Color: Washed Metallic Antique Black
    • Brand: Birkenstock
    • ASIN: B079K51HR8
    • UPC: 886457197278
    • Part No: 1011284-001

  • Lonely Planet Pocket Boston (Travel Guide)

    Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Pocket Boston is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Admire the elaborate Trinity Church, see the Boston Red Sox play at Fenway Park, take a picnic and people watch in Boston Common; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of the best of Boston and begin your journey now! Inside Lonely Planet Pocket Boston: Full-color maps and images throughout Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sight-seeing, going out, shopping, hidden gems that most guidebooks miss Free, convenient pull-out Boston map (included in print version), plus over 13 color neighborhood maps User-friendly layout with helpful icons, and organized by neighborhood to help you pick the best spots to spend your time Covers Charlestown, West End, North End, Beacon Hill, Boston Common, Downtown, the Waterfront, South End, Chinatown, Back Bay, Kenmore Square...

    • Brand: Lonely Planet
    • ASIN: 1786572508
    • Part No: 26733866

  • Vintage Photos 1981 Press Photo Rainbow Tunnel at Downtown Boston Store - mjb94426

    This original vintage photograph is from one of various news service and newspaper photo archives from locations around the country including: Boston, Detroit, Tampa, Chicago, Denver, Seattle, New Orleans, Milwaukee, Portland, Spokane, and more. I do not copy or reproduce any photographs -- every item is a unique vintage piece that was housed in a news archive. All of my photos are in used condition and none have been officially rated. The best indication of condition is the scans you see on the listing which are scans of the individual photo being sold and not a stock image. Please study the images carefully to determine the condition of this vintage photograph, as it may not be in perfect condition. It may contain wrinkles, cracks, and possibly even tears due to its age and how it was handled before it got to us. A scanner may interpret colors and contrast differently than human eyes will, so it is possible that the actual photograph may be slightly darker or lighter in person.

    • Brand: Vintage Photos
    • ASIN: B07DX9JNRS
    • Part No: mjb94426

  • Boston's Downtown Movie Palaces (Images of America)

    Since the late 1800s, Boston has been a trendsetter in the development of the movie business. It was here that many of the earliest public showings of moving images took place and the name nickelodeon first appeared on a storefront theater. In 1896, B.F. Keith added film to his Washington Street theater, then throughout his national chain of vaudeville houses. In 1914, Boston’s Modern became the country’s first theater with an installed sound projection system. Several years later, the city had its first movie palace: Marcus Loew’s Orpheum. A magnet for theater architects, Boston became a center for elegant movie houses, including the Metropolitan, Keith Memorial, and Paramount. Thanks to civic leaders and academic institutions, many of Boston’s theaters have been preserved and restored and are alive and well today.

    • ASIN: 073857631X

  • Boston Food Crawls: Touring the Neighborhoods One Bite & Libation at a Time

    Sip and taste your way through Boston. Boston Food Crawls is an exciting culinary tour through this historic yet modern city. Tap into the unique vibes and flavors of neighborhood restaurants and bars. Hit the Theater District for dinner and a show. Just in town for the weekend? Take the classy but sassy crawl through the Back Bay. Lifelong Bostonians will love the Classic Chowder Crawl (did your favorite make the list?), and everyone will find something new on the bonus rooftop crawl. Put on your walking shoes and your stretchy pants, and dig into the Hub one dish at a time.

    • ASIN: 149303426X

  • Bostons Depots and Terminals: A History of Bostons Downtown and Back Railroad Stations from 1834 to Today

    Fascinating history of Boston's railroad stations and terminals. Covers stations for the Fitchburg Railroad, the Eastern Railroad, the Boston & Lowell Railroad, the Boston & Maine (Haymarket Square), North Union Station, North Station, the Boston, Revere Beach and Lynn Railroad Ferry Depot, the Boston and Providence Railroad, the Old Colony Railroad, the New York and New England Railroad, the Boston and Albany (downtown and Back Bay), the New Haven (Back Bay), and the Boston Terminal Co.'s South Union Station. Appendices cover news dealers and restauranteurs around the stations, the beginnings of the express business, the depots as they appear today, timetables of the 1850s, and timetables of the 1870s. Illustrated throughout with black and white photos, lithographs, drawings, and maps. With bibliography. 226 pages.

    • Brand: Brand: Railroad Research Publications
    • ASIN: 1884650031

  • Boston Skyline PHOTO PRINT UNFRAMED NIGHT Color City Downtown 11.75 inches x 36 inches Archival Photographic Panorama Poster Picture Standard Size

    Boston, Massachusetts Skyline at night, 2017. Original photographic art by prolific Fort Worth Texas photographer Jon Holiday. This 11.75" x 36" poster style photographic print is a commonly found "poster frame" size found in any hobby or frame shop. This means you can acquire a frame for under $20, instead of a custom frame costing 4 to 5 times as much. Jon's images are NOT generic stock images. Be sure to SEE ALL OTHER IMAGES and products also from Jon Holiday, all sold by Artist and made in USA. www.amazon.com/shops/photosbyjon

    • Color: Blue,red,yellow,purple
    • Brand: photosbyjon
    • ASIN: B009LO3T40
    • UPC: 737508656162
    • Part No: BOSTONNIGHTnt1236

  • SS Pierce Overland Cuban cigar label Samuel Stillman Pierce opened his store SS Pierce in 1831 at the corner of Tremont and Court Streets in downtown Boston SS Pierce sold its delicacies not only th

    S.S. Pierce Overland Cuban cigar label. Samuel Stillman Pierce (1807-1880) opened his store, S.S. Pierce, in 1831 at the corner of Tremont and Court Streets in downtown Boston. S.S. Pierce sold its delicacies not only through eight New England stores of its own but also through distributors across the United States and by worldwide mail order. Cigar label art was mass produced between 1880 and 1920 using the lithographic process. The reason for this new form of advertising was the great demand of tobacco combined with the expansion into new markets because of the railroads across the usa. The art was used to draw attention to one brand over another and reflected the values and inclinations of the times. was reproduced on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original.Brand New and Packaged carefully in a oversized protective tube. This item Ships Rolled to insure maximum protection.Print Title: S.S. Pierce Overland Cuban cigar label. Samuel Stillman Pierce (1807-1880) opened his store, S.S. Pierce, in 1831 at the corner of Tremont and Court Streets in downtown Boston. S.S. Pierce sold its delicacies not only through eight New England stores of its own but also through distributors across the United States and by worldwide mail order. Cigar label art was mass produced between 1880 and 1920 using the lithographic process. The reason for this new form of advertising was the great demand of tobacco combined with the expansion into new markets because of the railroads across the usa. The art was used to draw attention to one brand over another and reflected the values and inclinations of the times.Product Type: Fine Art PrintArtist: Unknown