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Dirty Old Boston
yesterday at 16:52. Facebook
Be thankful it rained yesterday and did not snow. On the other hand this happy shopper seems ready for a white Christmas downtown in the 50s.
Dirty Old Boston
11/30/2016 at 16:26. Facebook
Downtown shoppers. Christmas in nigh. The streets are filled with holiday shoppers in 50s downtown. Photo by Leslie Jones.
Dirty Old Boston
11/30/2016 at 00:01. Facebook
Short on cash this holiday season? Channel 7 has a solution for you.
Dirty Old Boston
11/29/2016 at 15:24. Facebook
Houghton & Dutton Department Store, Tremont St, holiday season 1915. H&D began in the early 1870's and was a fixture on Tremont Street for over 50 years. It grew, had additions built and at its peak, had most of the Albion Building leased as further retail space. Sadly, this Boston original fell on hard times in the 1930's....as so many department stores did. The store was gone by the...
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Dirty Old Boston
11/28/2016 at 17:53. Facebook
DOB is hunting down Holiday photos NOT seen before on this page. We've exhausted the Santa Claus lap sitters. Consider scanning some personal photos that are identifiably Boston photos taken during the holiday season. For example, this is a new one sent to DOB by Corrine Troiano taken downtown sometime in the early 70s.
Dirty Old Boston
11/27/2016 at 21:50. Facebook
Did u get it done this weekend? Photo by Robert Pare.
Dirty Old Boston
11/26/2016 at 17:52. Facebook
Something's happening here. What it is ain't exactly clear. And it's happening right under the watchful eye of government!
Dirty Old Boston
11/25/2016 at 18:45. Facebook
Black Friday means YOUGE crowds.
Whether you're traveling or staying in your own neighborhood, cheers and happy Thanksgiving to all DOB types!
The Angels wanna wear his red shoes.... The kid from Brookline on a good day.
A day late and about 40 degrees short. Make that 50 years too late. Here we can see the Revere Beach scene as it was in the late 60s/early 70s.
"If the automobile had followed the same development path as the computer, a Cadillac would today cost $100 and get a million miles per gallon" ... Robert X. Cringely (paraphrased). Meanwhile in 50s' East Boston, two fellas model a shiny new Caddy. Submitted by Corrine Troiano. The projects in the background. What are they? Someone will know.
Virtually unchanged for over 70 years. JP around the monument looking toward Hyde Square from Eliot St. back in the 40s.
Somebody's bookin' out. The Port city of Boston in the 1920s.
Before talkies? Lon Chaney and Fatty Arbuckle at the Orpheum Theater. Somebody will know (more).
DOB Radio presents Jim Botticelli on the mic and East Boston native Paul Dailey on the turntables. Paul has dj'd at Axis, Avalon, Rise Club, Phoenix Landing, Roxy, Lava Lounge and The Loft.
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Leave the driving to us. The Greyhound Bus Station in the 50s. St James St we're almost positive...
Mechanics Hall in the 50s. We are looking at it from the Southwest corner of Huntington & Mass. Symphony Hall is just out of sight on the left.
Almost started this caption with "DOB across the river", but this is in Allston. A view across the river from the "B" school in the late 50s. Doesn't take an eagle eye to see the lack of congestion. Submitted by Bob Hoffenberg.
Hung out to dry in East Boston. Submitted by Corrine Troiano.