Demolition of the Hotel Trivoli on Ash Street, March 12, 1908
- Street-level view of the demolition of the Trivoli Hotel, located at 858 Washington Street, on the west side of Ash Street. Buildings located both to the north and south of the demolished hotel remain standing. Shingles and other debris lay in piles on Ash Street. A workman can be seen standing on a rubbish pile in front of the demolition site, while another can be seen standing behind the ... read morestreet-level windows of a building to the south of the hotel, apparently speaking to a passer-by standing on the sidewalk. A sign advertising ale hangs from the facade of the building. A portion of the partially constructed Boston Elevated Railway can be seen at the corner of Ash and Oak Streets, to the south of the demolition site and near the lower-left side of the photograph. Copyprint 7 5/8 x 9 5/8, 8 x 10 overall Photographsread less
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