Quincy, MA Photos

The town of Quincy, MA, once called Braintree, is a suburb of Boston, home of the two Presidents Quincy, seat of a major Henry Hobson Richardson library, & hometown of John Hancock.

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John Adams birthplace who became second American President. Quincy, MA.United First Parish Church is crypt for John & John Quincy Adams & their wives. Quincy, MA.Quincy United First Parish Church where Presidents John Adams & John Quincy Adams are buried. Quincy, MA.Domed rotunda & clock of United First Parish Church. Quincy, MA.
John Adams birthplace (1735) who became second American President. Quincy, MA. Style: New England colonial. United First Parish Church (1827) is crypt for John & John Quincy Adams & their wives. Quincy, MA. Architect: Alexander Parris. On National Register.Quincy United First Parish Church (1828)( 1306 Hancock St.) where Presidents John Adams & John Quincy Adams are buried. Quincy, MA. Style: Greek Revival. Architect: Alexander Parris. On National Register.Domed rotunda & clock of United First Parish Church. Quincy, MA.
Weather vane atop United First Parish Church. Quincy, MA.Hancock Cemetery resting place of Colonists & Patriots. Quincy, MA.Tombstone in Quincy burial ground. Quincy, MA.Memorial to men of Quincy who fought in American Revolution. Quincy, MA.
Weather vane atop United First Parish Church. Quincy, MA.Hancock Cemetery (used until 1854) resting place of Colonists & Patriots. Quincy, MA.Tombstone in Quincy burial ground. Quincy, MA.Memorial to men of Quincy who fought in American Revolution. Quincy, MA.
Quincy Town Hall. Quincy, MA.Quincy City Hall annex to Town Hall. Quincy, MA.Statue of John Adams at City Hall square. Quincy, MA.Bust of John Hancock, Quincy born signer of the Declaration of Independence. Quincy, MA.
Quincy Town Hall (1844) (1305 Hancock St.). Quincy, MA. Style: Greek Revival. Architect: Isaiah Rogers & Solomon Willard. On National Register.Quincy City Hall annex to Town Hall. Quincy, MA.Statue of John Adams at City Hall square. Quincy, MA.Bust of John Hancock, Quincy born signer of the Declaration of Independence. Quincy, MA.
Adams Academy building. Quincy, MA.World War I Memorial. Quincy, MA.Quincy Masonic Temple. Quincy, MA.Winged creatures carved on Quincy Masonic Temple. Quincy, MA.
Adams Academy building. Quincy, MA. Style: Victorian Gothic.World War I Memorial. Quincy, MA.Quincy Masonic Temple. Quincy, MA.Winged creatures carved on Quincy Masonic Temple. Quincy, MA.
Quincy Town Hall. Quincy, MA.Crane Library. Quincy, MA.Bethany Congregational Church. Quincy, MA.Galleria At Presidents Places building. Quincy, MA.
Quincy Town Hall (1844). Quincy, MA. Style: Greek revival.Crane Library (1881). Quincy, MA. Style: Richardsonian Romanesque. Architect: Henry Hobson Richardson. On National Register. Bethany Congregational Church (18 Spear St.). Quincy, MA.Galleria At Presidents Places building (1250 Hancock St.). Quincy, MA.

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