Hotel Berkeley at the corner of Berkeley, Boylston, and Providence Streets, ca. 1875-90
- Street-level view southeast of the Hotel Berkeley at the corner of Berkeley, Boylston and Providence Streets. The north elevation of the hotel faces Boylston Street, while the west elevation faces Berkeley Street. The Hack Stable is located directly south or immediately behind the hotel, at the corner of Berkeley and Providence Streets. The buildings situated in the Boston and Providence Railroad ... read moreCompany railroad yard, including the Boston and Providence Railroad Company Freight Depot, are included in the carte de visite, to the south of the Hack Stable along Berkeley Street. Striped awnings cover some hotel windows. Street lights are located on sidewalks at the northeast and southwest corners of Berkeley and Boylston Streets, as well as at the northeast corner of Berkeley and Providence Streets. Wrought-iron fencing surrounds property at Boylston and Berkeley Streets, directly across from the Berkeley Hotel. Wooden fencing lines the property of the Museum of Natural History at the corner of Berkeley and Boylston Streets. 3 3/8 x 2 5/16, 4 1/8 x 3 1/2 overall Cartes-de-visiteread less
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