Purchase Boston’s Orange Line

Retailers: Please contact 888-313-2665 or sales@arcadiapublishing.com to order copies of Boston’s Orange Line.

Purchase a signed copy from the authors:

Outside Filene's Department Store, circa 1940s

Copies of Boston’s Orange Line that have been signed by the authors, Andrew Elder and Jeremy C. Fox, are now available for purchase on Amazon.com.

Signed copies of Boston’s Orange Line cost $21.99 (plus shipping/handling). Please note: Copies purchased in this manner are not eligible for return or refund.

Purchase your copy here, and be sure that you’re purchasing a copy that ships from and is sold by Andrew Elder and Jeremy C. Fox.

Image Description: Shoppers dressed in 1940s fashions stand on Summer Street at Washington Street, near Summer Station and in front of the Filene’s Department Store. Opened in 1912 by Edward and Lincoln Filene, sons of founder William Filene, who began a chain of retail and clothing stores in Boston in 1881, this Filene’s was the primary competitor to neighboring Jordan Marsh. (Photograph by Leslie Jones, courtesy of the Boston Public Library.)

Purchase a copy directly from the publisher:

Boston’s Orange Line is published by Arcadia Publishing. Copies are available for purchase directly from the publisher by clicking here.

Purchase a copy from Amazon.com:

Boston’s Orange Line is also available at a reduced rate from Amazon.com.

The story of the Orange Line is the story of Boston: always in flux but trailed by its long history. Since 1901, this rail line’s configuration has evolved in response to changes in the city, society, and technology. Read more about the book here

If you’d like to schedule a talk, presentation, or signing at your organization, school, library, or historical society, please email us at bostonsorangeline@gmail.com.

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