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Commemoration of the tercentenary of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1630-1930, drawing by Mildred Mowll, Women's Educational and Industrial Union, Boston, Mass., 1930

GC002.02.002 (RS129515)

Description

Views of historic Boston sites are identified in the item: Faneuil Hall, Bunker Hill Monument, King's Chapel, Longfellow Bridge, Brimstone Corner, Old State House, Quincy Market & Custom House, Public Gardens, Paul Revere House, Wharf of the Boston Tea Party, Old South Meetinghouse, New State House and the Old North Church.

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Collection Name
Prints and engravings collection, 1830s-1920s
Collection Code
GC002
Dates
1930
Physical Description
1 etching
Dimensions
22x 3.25(HxW) (inches)
Collection Type
Graphic Materials
Description Level
Item
Additional Identification Number
Prints and Engravings Collection Number: PR2OVR
GUSN
198853
Reference Code
GC002.02.002

Record details

Originator
Mowll, Mildred (Artist)
Other Organizations
Women's Educational and Industrial Union (Boston, Mass.)
Descriptive Terms
bridges (built works)
churches (buildings)
historic monuments
historic sites
meeting houses (religious buildings)
public buildings
Material Type
prints (visual works)
Subjects
Brimstone Corner (Boston, Mass.)
Freedom Trail (Boston, Mass.)
Griffin's Wharf (Boston, Mass.)
Longfellow Bridge (Boston and Cambridge, Mass.)
Public Garden (Boston, Mass.)
Places
Boston (Suffolk county, Massachusetts)
Places (Buildings)
Bunker Hill Monument (Boston, Mass.)
Custom House (Boston, Mass.)
Faneuil Hall (Boston, Mass.)
King's Chapel (Boston, Mass.)
Massachusetts State House (Boston, Mass.)
Old South Meeting House (Boston, Mass.)
Old State House (Boston, Mass.)
Paul Revere House (Boston, Mass.)
Public Garden (Boston, Mass.)
Quincy's Market (Boston, Mass.)
Location Note
Vertical file 4: OVR 1-10
Physical Access Restrictions
good - small tears in margin and thumbtack holes in corners

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