E. E. Bond Collection
Collections of the Print Department

3rd Floor, McKim Building, Central Library

Collection of photographs by noted Boston Globe photographer E.E. Bond.Edmunds E. Bond (1871-1969) began his career as a studio photographer in Maine at the end of the 19th century.In 1904, Bond joined the staff of The Boston Globe and worked as a staff photographer until his retirement in 1956.Photographs in the collection include cabinet cards from his days as a studio photographer, hidden camera photographs from important early 20th century trials, Boston sports and politics and Boston scenes.Images include photographic prints, negatives and lantern slides.

Mother and Children Crossing Street in West End Photograph by E.E. Bond, c.1910 E.E. Bond Collection

A Section of Spring Street between Chambers and Poplar Streets, West End, Photograph by E.E. Bond, 1907, E.E. Bond Collection