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Joel Sartore’s photograph of the Pops Orchestra is featured on the cover of a guide to Boston. (Compass)

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The opening spread of the article “Boston” in the July, 1994 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photos.

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A reverend prays with residents of Roxbury before escorting a mayorial candidate through the area in Boston, Massachusets.

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Edward Hatch Memorial Shell concert of the Boston Pops orchestra on the Charles river in Boston, Massachusets.

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Coffee vendor walking with commuter cars in line outside the Sumner tunnel in Boston, Massachusetts.

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An aerial of the 97th annual Boston Marathon entrants in Massachusetts.

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Two pet dogs mouth the same ball in Boston Common, the oldest public park in American history, in Massachusetts.

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Children at a birthday party at Charlestown’s Bunker Hill housing project in Boston, Massachusetts.

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North End Italians parade with the Madonna del Soccorso at the annual benefit for their fishermen’s club in Boston, Massachusetts.

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An aerial of Boston, Massachusetts at night with time exposure car lights, the Custom House tower is seen.

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A group of Harvard graduates celebrate on campus in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Old North Church visitors in private stalls praying in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Massachusetts House of Representatives in session. It is located in the State House on Beacon Hill in Boston.

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Fenway stadium during a night baseball game showing fans and players in Boston, Massachusetts.

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A person running on a roof top track at the Boston Racquet Club.

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A tourist films a replica of the desk in the Oval office in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Two young boys pose behind colonial cutouts at the Boston Tea Party ship in Boston harbor, Massachusetts.

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Beacon street town house condominiums and residents in Boston, Massachusets.

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Bunches of $20 bills at the Federal Reserve in Boston.

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Two supervisors at the Federal Reserve in Boston each hold a stack of $100 bills, totaling in one million dollars and 22 pounds.

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Two supervisors at the Federal Reserve in Boston each hold a stack of $100 bills, totaling in one million dollars and 22 pounds.

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Two supervisors at the Federal Reserve in Boston guard two stacks of $100 bills, totaling in one million dollars and 22 pounds.

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Two supervisors at the Federal Reserve in Boston each hold a stack of $100 bills, totaling in one million dollars and 22 pounds.

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Two supervisors at the Federal Reserve in Boston each hold a stack of $100 bills, totaling in one million dollars and 22 pounds.

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Two men look at one million dollars through a glass case at the Federal Reserve in Boston.

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Two men look at one million dollars through a glass case at the Federal Reserve in Boston.

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Bunches of $20 bills at the Federal Reserve in Boston.

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A guide shows visitors the security strip on paper currency at the Federal Reserve in Boston.

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A guide shows visitors the security strip on paper currency at the Federal Reserve in Boston.

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Traffic piles up on I-93, near the North End of Boston, during a typical rush hour.

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Traffic jockeys for position near the entrance to the tunnel to the airport in downtown Boston.

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A youth from urban Boston visits a farm outside the city as part of a program for at-risk kids.

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