Boston, Massachusetts, The Old South Meeting House, c1905

Famed as the staging point for the Boston Tea Party, the Old South Meeting House was also the focus of one of the nation�s first preservation efforts. After a severe fire ravaged the neighborhood surrounding the historic church, the congregation moved to a new location in Back Bay in 1873. Only through the efforts of notable citizens like, Mary Hemenway and Ralph Waldo Emerson, was the church spared from destruction, and, in 1877, reopened as a museum.


Boston, Massachusetts, The Old South Meeting House, c1905

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