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This Day In Norwood History-July 28, 1949-Norwood Woman Presents Bouquet To British Queen
The Doderer House (photo by LLKearney) #166 Bullard – The home of Carl Doderer Carl Gotlieb Doderer was born 31 Aug 1874 in Backnang, Baden, Germany and died 28 Nov … Continue reading 1930 German Residents of Bullard St., Walpole (second half)
John Edwin Morse House – 1247 Washington Street This house is one of the original 14 houses on the street (pre 1900), before Washington Street was developed. It was originally … Continue reading St. Joseph Avenue to Mylod Street
The monthly meeting of the Norwood Catholic Woman's Club will be held on Wednesday evening. February 8. at 8 p.m. in the K. of C. hall, with Miss Olive M. … Continue reading This Day In Norwood History-February 7, 1950-Catholic Woman’s Club To Honor Past Presidents.
The Temple building today is home to a business (photo: Google Street View) Temple Shaare Tefilah – 935 Washington Street Although this building is located about a quarter of a … Continue reading Dean Street to Oolah Avenue
In over forty years, between 1880 and 1920 over four million Italians began arriving in The United States, may coming from the poor agricultural towns located in Mezzogiorno region (the … Continue reading Italian
Town Meeting Article To Request Committee Be Named By Moderator One possible route a connecting highway from Walpole Street to Route 1 through South Norwood would have taken. The construction … Continue reading This Day in Norwood History-January 27, 1949-Ask Study Of Connecting Highway In South Norwood
NEW CHEVROLET AGENCY—The new quarter/ of the R. E, Hight Chevrolet, Inc., on Route 1 at the corner of Everett street, will be open to visitors Saturday as the company … Continue reading This Day in Norwood History-January 20, 1949-Grand Opening of R.E. Hight Chevrolet Announced