National Geographic : 1936 Jul
THE HUB CITY, CRADLE OF AMERICAN LIBERTY A MILLION-DOLLAR SMILE FREE WITH EVERY 10 CENTS' WORTH OF FRUIT Italian boys tend their fragrant pushcarts, and mark down their prices as evening shadows fall. In and near Faneuil Hall and at adjacent Quincy Market, a spacious structure 535 feet long, Boston buys much of its food. SINational ueograpltc society rinlay rnotograpns Dy iLUS iviaraen DRUMS ! DRUMS I FOR BRASS BANDS, DRUM CORPS, AND SMALL BOYS EVERYWHERE For generations kinsmen of the man at the left have made drums, played them, and taught drum mers serving in the Revolution, the War between the States, and in the World War. Assembling an instrument in a Boston drum factory.