These 13 Photos of Massachusetts In The 1960s Are Mesmerizing
There’s a special feeling that comes from looking at old photographs. They draw you backward in time and let you glimpse life as it was for your parents and grandparents. Here are a few fascinating vintage photographs of Massachusetts in the 1960s.
1. A Metropolitan Coach Lines bus at Waverley Square, 1967.
2. President Kennedy being interviewed by Walter Cronkite in Hyannisport, 1963.
3. A group of college students in Brookline, circa 1965.
4. Cambridge City Hall as photographed in 1967.
5. A vintage advertisement for the Boston & Maine (B&M) Railroad service from 1963.
6. A family vacation in Wrentham, circa 1965.
7. An old Hood Milk truck and a city bus in Cambridge, 1967.
8. MIT Great Dome from the banks of the Charles River.
9. An MBTA trolley bus cruises in the Boston area, 1967.
10. An aerial shot of Durfee Mills in Fall River from 1968.
11. Building #71 at the Watertown Arsenal, Watertown as photographed in 1969.
12. Ted Kennedy first campaigning to the Senate in1962.
13. A patriotic parade in Wrentham, circa 1962.
These old pictures are truly a blast from the past. For more vintage photographs of Massachusetts as it used to be,
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