|Quincy Market in the mid- to late-1800s, from Boston Public Library|
|Faneuil Hall from the Custom House Tower, Nikkormat camera, 105mm lens|
|Government Center and Boston City Hall, 1970, from Custom House Tower, Nikkormat camera, 28mm lens|
|Quincy Market reconstruction before the Bicentennial, view from Durgin Park Restaurant|
|Quincy Marker reconstruction, Kodachrome slide, Leica IIIC, 50mm Summitar lens|
|Quincy Market from Faneuil Hall, 1980|
|Quincy Market and Custom House tower, 1980|
|Winter evening, 1980, 28mm lens|
|No more butchers or wholesalers, just chocolate. © 2008 Paul Murphy (digital file)|
|Three cheers for the new Quincy Market - or was it for the pizza? Pentax Spotmatic, 28mm f/3.5 SMC Takumar lens|
|Quincy Market from window in Faneuil Hall, Leica M3, 35mm f/2.0 Summicron-RF lens.|
Fullilove, M.T., 2016. Root Shock: How Tearing Up City Neighborhoods Hurts America, And What We Can Do About It, Second Edition. New Village Press; Second edition (November 1, 2016), 304 p.
O'Conner, T.H., 1995. Building A New Boston: Politics and Urban Renewal, 1950-1970. Northeastern University Press, 368 p.
Quincy, J. 2003. Quincy's Market: A Boston Landmark. Northeastern University Press, 256 p.