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When the South End Burying Ground was opened in 1810, it was located on the narrow strip of marshland, Roxbury Neck, which connected the peninsula of Boston to the mainland. While there are only 20 grave markers, records indicate that over 11,000 are…

I heard Charlie's was a go-to stop for celebrities, politicians, etc. coming through Boston.

From 1915 to 1970 the American Federation of Musicians Local 535 was the top black musicians' union in the country, with local and national musicians…

This 1944 photo, taken during the funeral services for Cardinal William O'Connell at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, shows the elevated Orange Line tracks running down Washington Street.

While shifting the orange line to the southwest corridor…

This beautiful art deco building now looks pretty shabby. There are two seldom open businesses in the ground floor, and all of the remaining windows are boarded up.Built in 1875, the building fell into disrepair when the Washington Street elevated…

The BC building still stands, though now it has been converted to high-end apartments and condos called Harrison Court.

From Wikipedia: In 1857, the land for "The Boston College" was purchased on Harrison Avenue in the Hudson neighborhood of South…
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