Newspaper Row on Washington Street, July 8, 1889
- Elevated view of Newspaper Row on Washington Street between Water Street to the south and State Street to the north after the Sullivan vs. Kilrane fight. The building that houses the Boston Globe is located on the east side of the street at 242 Washington Street, in the center right of the photograph. To the south of the Boston Globe building is the Boston Journal, at 264 Washington Street, ... read morelocated at the far right side of the print. Signage adorns most of the buildings. Crowds of men can be seen standing on the sidewalks and in the street. Horse-drawn wagons, carriages, and omnibuses are shown attempting to make their way through the congested street. Two large, ornate street lamps are located on the west side of the street, just north of the furniture store at 259 Washington Street. Striped awnings adorn the windows and entrances of many buildings. Boston Herald located at 255 Washington Street (not shown in photograph) 8 x 10 Photographsread less
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