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James Boyd, saddler, No. 27 Merchants Row, Boston.

Author: Thomas Moore
Publisher: [Boston] : Moore's Lithography Boston, [between 1836 and 1840]
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Original artwork : Picture : English
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Subject: At right, a large five-story industrial building with multiple dormers bears signs marked "J. Boyd's hose factory," "Hancock Bank," and "Jas. Boyd." At left, the Doric portico of Quincy Market, with its dome visible above. Several pedestrians, wagons, and carts pass between and before the two buildings. In the distance down the road between them, ships' masts can be seen. To obtain this view of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exterior views
Lithographs
Advertisements
Pictorial works
Named Person: James Boyd
Material Type: Graphic, Original artwork, Picture
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Moore
OCLC Number: 191117713
Notes: "Manufacturer of engine hose, fire caps and buckets, molasses & oil hose for ships use. Naval gunnery and military equipments, travelling and common trunks valises, carpet bags, hat cases, truck, cart, and waggon harnesses. Merchants who ship saddlery, and those who purchase for the Western market, can have their orders executed promptly and at the lowest prices."
The American Antiquarian Society copy is annotated, changing the text to "James Boyd, & Sons. Saddler's ... manufacturer's of engine hose ..." The business is first listed as "James Boyd & Sons" in the Boston directory for 1839.
Description: 1 print : lithograph, black and white ; image and text 23 x 18 cm, on sheet 28 x 23 cm

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Subject: At right, a large five-story industrial building with multiple dormers bears signs marked "J. Boyd's hose factory," "Hancock Bank," and "Jas. Boyd." At left, the Doric portico of Quincy Market, with its dome visible above. Several pedestrians, wagons, and carts pass between and before the two buildings. In the distance down the road between them, ships' masts can be seen. To obtain this view of the commercial building on the right and Quincy Market on the left, a spectator would have to be facing away from the water.

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