Quincy is kwn as the City of Presidents and the Granite City. It is also kwn for its waterfront and the Fore River Shipyard. The city produced a president of the Continental Congress and two presidents of the United States. Quincy s granite was used to build the Bunker Hill Monument, Mit Lighthouse, and other cherished buildings around the country. The city s waterfront meanders for 27 miles, and its Fore River Shipyard is famous for manufacturing World War I and II warships. Residents proudly refer to Quincy as home. Quincy explores the many facets of Quincy life as they were uniquely expressed in an early-20th-century phemen: the postcard.