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Old Photos of Boston Market in 1909 by Lewis Hines

Visit the past with these old photos of Boston Market in 1909 by Lewis Hines. Learn about the people in the photos and the lives they lived in this fascinating glimpse of history.
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This is a photo by the famous photographer Lewis Wickes Hines, taken of Boston Market in 1909. This is one of the more fascinating old photos of Boston, being able to see intricate details of the people in the photo. Really makes you wonder who these folks were, and what happened to them. Maybe that boy looking at the camera was your grandfather?

Photo of Boston Market taken in October of 1909 by Lewis Hines

Source: Library of Congress

Here’s another great photo of Boston Market.

Young boy vendor in Boston Market in 1909

Source: Library of Congress

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