Boylston Street corner of Berkeley Street, Boston, Mass., January 1, 1913

Collection Type

  • Photography

Date

1913-01-01

GUSN

GUSN-214148

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Description

To the immediate right in the image is the Museum of Natural History building. The M.I.T. Rogers building is the next building down on Boylston Street. Both buildings were designed by Jonathan Preston. The Old South Church can be seen in the distance.

Details

Descriptive Terms

public transit
subways
sidewalks
streetscapes
intersections
exterior views
science museums (buildings)
churches (buildings)
universities (buildings)
commercial buildings
gelatin dry plate negatives

Additional Identification Number

Envelope Number 00003231
BTC Line Code B
BTC Plate Number 0000518B
Transit Import ID 2811

Physical Description

1 gelatin dry plate glass negative

Collection Code

PC017

Collection Name

Boston Transit Archive, 1895-1960s

Date of Acquisition

1986

Reference Code

PC017.01.01.03.3440

Places

Back Bay (Boston, Suffolk county, Massachusetts) [neighborhood]
Boston (Suffolk county, Massachusetts)

Record Details

Originator

Boston Transit Commission (Publisher)
Preston, Jonathan, 1801-1888 (Architect)

Material Type

gelatin dry plate negatives

Other People

Rogers, William Barton, 1804-1882

Other Organizations

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Boston Society of Natural History
New England Museum of Natural History

Subjects

Architectural photography
Boylston Street (Boston, Mass.)
Berkeley Street (Boston, Mass.)

Description Level

Item