Those familiar with Boston’s Downtown Crossing should be interested in this view of Washington Street as the somewhat familiar “Boston Theatre District at Night.”  A useful landmark is the still extant Paramount Theatre.  If Boston had that much neon then there must have been a time when neon was more predominant in all major U.S. cities.
This image, possibly from the 1950s, appeared in “Greetings from Boston Mass.,” a souvenir mailable folder of “natural color reproductions from Kodachromes,” published by Bromley & Company, Inc. of Boston, probably in the 1960s.

Those familiar with Boston’s Downtown Crossing should be interested in this view of Washington Street as the somewhat familiar “Boston Theatre District at Night.”  A useful landmark is the still extant Paramount Theatre.  If Boston had that much neon then there must have been a time when neon was more predominant in all major U.S. cities.

This image, possibly from the 1950s, appeared in “Greetings from Boston Mass.,” a souvenir mailable folder of “natural color reproductions from Kodachromes,” published by Bromley & Company, Inc. of Boston, probably in the 1960s.

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