Winter Street (Boston)
Winter Street in Boston, Massachusetts is located between Tremont Street and Washington Street, near the Common. It is currently a pedestrian zone. Prior to 1708, it was called Blott's Lane and then Bannister's Lane.. It was also known at times as "Winer Street."
- Former tenants
- M.M. Ballou, publisher
- Deloss Barnum, photographer
- Central Church
- Walter Lofthouse Dean, 3 Winter Street, painter
- Draper & Folsom, publishers
- Fadettes of Boston
- Gilchrist's store
- A.N. Hardy, photographer
- Josiah Leavitt
- New England Emigrant Aid Company
- Henry and John Christian Rauschner, portraitists
- Schoenhof & Moeller
- S.R. Urbino, foreign books
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- City of Boston. "Street Book".
- Boston Street Laying-Out Dept. A record of the streets, alleys, places, etc. in the city of Boston. Boston: City Printing Dept., 1910.
- Thomas Wait Tucker. Bannisters Lane, 1708-1899: being sundry remarks, some historical and all new and interesting, on Bannisters Lane now named Winter Street and the district immediately thereabout. Boston: Shepard, Norwell & Co., 1899
- "Burgiss's Map (1728)"., reprinted by Shurtleff, Topographical and Historical Description of Boston, 3d Edition, 1891, at p.92
- "Central Church". Gleasons Pictorial. Boston, Mass. 5. 1853.
- "Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting, Volumes 1–3," by Corcoran Gallery of Art
"Very neat green and blue umbrilloes, to be sold exceeding low, by Oliver Greenleaf," 1768 (Boston Evening-Post)
Atlantic Monthly, no.1, 1857; published by Phillips, Sampson & Co., 13 Winter St.
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