August 18, 1935: Revere Beach during a hot afternoon in August. Temperatures this day soared to 90 degrees and people in all manner of dress, casual and formal, took to the beach for a little relief. In its heyday, more than 250,000 bathers would relax along Revere Beach's shores on hot summer days. Seen in the background is the new Ocean Pier and Dancing Pavilion constructed in 1911.