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Oblique exterior view of the First Unitarian Church, Chauncy Street. An unidentified man is standing on the front steps of the church. Keeler, Merriam & Co. Importers (47 Chauncy Street) is to the right of the church; an estate available for lease is to the left of the church.
Verso of mount: 2 Nov. 1915 Baldwin Coolidge [in a different hand, twice, in ink and pencil:] First Unitarian Church Chauncy St. Boston Probably the second edifice of the Unitarians in Boston.
OVP Photo Database Number 24
OVP Number OVP0027
1 photographic print
General photographic collection
02 November 1915
16.5 x 11.875 (HxW)(inches)
Gift of Baldwin Coolidge.
Keeler, Merriam & Co. (Boston, Mass.)
Chauncy Street (Boston, Mass.)
Top layer of paper on top right corner of mount torn off; edges of mount smudged and stained (from contact with another photograph); light smudging across verso of mount.
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