Gallery Courtesy of the University Archives & Special Collections Department, Joseph P. Healey Library, University of Massachusetts Boston: Mosaic records. Whitey Buger and his Irish Mob’s bar on West Broadway—aka “The Bucket of Blood” Patrick always held his favorite picture of him and his father closely in his nightstand drawer. Jimmy Leblanc training a young boxer — never too young. Boston Police officers flip a police cruiser back over after it was overturned by a crowd during a disturbance at South Boston High School on Dec. 11, 1974. A clash between the police and a crowd of 1500 people outside the school after a student was stabbed inside led to the closing of seven public schools in South Boston and Roxbury for the remainder of the week. “IRA ’89″Mural Image Copyright © Neighborhood Lines “Ireland United In Our Time” Image Copyright © Neighborhood Lines The Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in South Boston. Mayor Ray Flynn trying to resolve racial tensions during a riot just prior to being hit in the neck by a bottle and sent to the Hospital. School in Boston is Shut for Week After Race Fight https://nyti.ms/2NGfsPV Mayor Ray Flynn and Senator Billy Bulger The Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in South Boston. Copyright © Stanleyformanphotos.com, The Soiling of Old Glory , Pulitzer Prize 1977 1988 WGBH News Report on Discrimination Lawsuit against Boston Housing Authority regarding integration of Housing projects.