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Resultado de imagen para Revere beach crowd around 1920

1920 Snow bound car in Boston - notice horse and cart moving in the background.

Life-of-Boston-1920s-11

Bernard J. Hoppe of the Boston Traffic squad. He made Captain on Thanksgiving, 1920 by Commissioner Curtis.

Love at the Seaside — Atlantic City, N.J. between 1875-1905.

Atlantic City, N. (Can you imagine wearing those dresses on the beach in the hot summertime?

Louisburg Square. A private square in Beacon Hill, Boston, Massachusetts. Named for the 1745 Battle of Louisbourg, in which Massachusetts militiamen led by William Pepperrell, sacked the French fortress located on the site. The Greek Revival houses around the square reflect the rarefied privilege enjoyed by the 19th century upper class here. Teacher A. Bronson Alcott + his daughter, author Louisa May Alcott, lived here in the 19th Century. (Seen here in the 1930's)

Louisburg Square. A private square in Beacon Hill, Boston, Massachusetts. Named for the 1745 Battle of Louisbourg, in which Massachusetts militiamen led by William Pepperrell, sacked the French fortress located on the site. The Greek Revival houses around the square reflect the rarefied privilege enjoyed by the 19th century upper class here. Teacher A. Bronson Alcott + his daughter, author Louisa May Alcott, lived here in the 19th Century. (Seen here in the 1930's)

New York City, 1945.  I remember scenes like this one.

Typical street scene was inspiration behind “East Side, West Side.” New York, By William Shrout My Grandfather

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