National Geographic : 1936 Jul
© National Geographic Society SHRINES ARE OFTEN ERECTED IN BOSTON'S "LITTLE ITALY" Fishermen are prominent in these celebrations, when images of the saints are borne on men's shoulders through the streets. Spectators often rush up and pin dollar bills to ribbons that hang from the shrines. rinlay fnotograpns Dy Luis ivlaraen OFFICERS OF THE "ANCIENT AND HONORABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY" Faneuil Hall's first floor now isapublic market. Upper rooms house the historic Company, named for the London organization. Here states men have made many speeches enshrined inAmerican history.