0.7 min readBy Published On: December 12th, 2022Categories: Features0 Comments

Waaaayyy back in the day!

Boston City Archives sent us these fantastic photos of the Dorchester Ave. neighborhood from 1911. A Boston Public Works Department photographer set out to document Dorchester Ave and some of its intersections in South Boston.

Boy, oh, boy, have things changed! Do these intersections look familiar? 

📸No. 1 Margolis Provisions at Silver Street and Dorchester Avenue. They’re selling Butternut Bread! (above)

📸No. 2 J.H. Griffin and Co. selling Homestead Ale at Macallen Street and Dorchester Avenue

📸No. 3 Pedestrians at the corner of West Fourth Street and Dorchester Avenue

📸No. 4 A boy looks at entertainment posters at A Street and Dorchester Avenue

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