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The "Old Province House," (now demolished,) the seat of early colonial governors. Erected nearly opposite the "Old South Church."

The "Old Province House," (now demolished,) the seat of early colonial governors. Erected nearly opposite the "Old South Church."

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Title:
The "Old Province House," (now demolished,) the seat of early colonial governors. Erected nearly opposite the "Old South Church."
Date:
[1860?–1869?]
Format:
Prints
Genre:
Wood engravings
Location:
Boston Public Library
Print Department
Collection (local):
Boston Pictorial Archive
Series:
Public Buildings Public Buildings Misc.
Subjects:
Houses
Places:
MassachusettsSuffolk (county)BostonDowntown Crossing
Extent:
1 print : wood engraving ; 4 1/4 x 3 1/4 in.
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Notes (acquisition):
Acquired from E. Billings, Nov. 18, 1905
Notes:
Title and date from item, from additional material accompanying item, or from information provided by the Boston Public Library.
Additional information on item: Old Province House, Washington & Milk Sts. Built 1679, burned 1864, [built by] Peter Sargent.
Accession #:
08_02_002789