Here's an ad from the early days of the firm. It appeared in the Lorain Times-Herald on May 16, 1901. Note that the names of the men behind the firm appear at the bottom of the ad.
|From a January 1, 1968 ad in the Lorain Journal|
|Courtesy Lorain Historical Society|
I remembered the Boston’s store from my family’s weekly visits to Downtown Lorain each Saturday morning for trumpet lessons with Mr. Visci. I could see the store on Fourth Street (next to Ted Jacob's) from the upstairs window of Mr. Visci's studio at 356 Broadway.
Boston's continued to appear in the city directory until its listing disappeared in the 1975 edition.
|From a December 19, 1963 ad in the Lorain Journal|