These news items were the talk of the town on July 28, 1905 Pictured: The Norwood Telephone Exchange building
This Day In Norwood History-July 25, 1892-Norwood's Heavy Taxpayers
Ray Martin. Seven teams pursued the prospect. The Red Sox even sent a scout to Ray Martin’s Norwood High School prom, In 1943, Norwood High School senior Ray Martin pitched … Continue reading This Day In Norwood History-March 15, 2013-Ray Martin; Norwood star pitched to Ruth, played for Boston Braves
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)
The Herzog House (photo by LLKearney) #89 Wilson Street – The home of Herman Herzog. Hermann Reinhold Herzog was born 27 Feb 1859 in Langenbielan, Germany (now Poland); died 1936 … Continue reading 1930 German Residents of Wilson Street (second half)
Norwood Post Office (photo LLKearney) Post Office and Post Office Square. Site of the current Post office was where the Everett School was located. The Guild School was located across … Continue reading Post Office Square/Guild Square Park
Today, very little remains of Germantown except for the houses. Both Bullard and Wilson Streets are highly traveled, as they are a short cut to Westwood. Some of the Germantown … Continue reading Germantown Points of Interest
Citizens of Tomorrow - January 26, 1950 Find out the names of these Norwood youngsters by clicking on the photo.
Norwood's Younger Set - February 22, 1946 Find out the names of these Norwood youngsters by clicking on the photo.
John Carroll, shown during an MWRA board meeting, is "the quintessential public servant - the antithesis of the no-show hack." says Robert Thornton. Norwood's former town clerk and accountant. SUZANNE … Continue reading This Day in Norwood History-February 21, 2015-At 87, John Carroll remains an incredible public servant