Post Office Square Eagle Sculpture Restored 1989
Men in a cherry picker work to restore the eagle sculpture that looks over Post office Square in Boston on Jan. 24, 1989. The five-and-a-half foot tall, 250-pound sculpture is 80 years old, made by Samuel Myers. It blew off during Hurricane Gloria, and was restored by Cassidy Brothers Force, Inc. of Rowley, Mass.
David L. Ryan