June 20, 1957-Vintage Norwood Ballplayers Reunite to Recall The "Good Old Days"
May 3, 1909—This town had been in a trance for about 235 years before it woke up to the fact that it was of age and had a right to its independence. That was in 1871 and the following year the inhabitants of that portion of South Dedham known as Norwood were given permission by the legislature to set up housekeeping for themselves as the town of Norwood.
First Congregational Church (photo LLKearney) First Congregational Church. Originally was the site of the impressive house of Edmund Shattuck and his wife Emma Morrill Shattuck who was the daughter of … Continue reading Winter Street (Walpole St to Lothrop Rich Park)
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
MACRIS ("Massachusetts Cultural Resource Information System") map outlining the "F Holland Day House Neighborhood". The Christian Hill neighborhood is hemmed in by Nichols Street to the North, Cottage Street to … Continue reading Development of the Christian Hill Area
George Morrill Started Something When He Bought First Car By ANNE SHEEHAN Local late-nite-radio freaks who happened to spin their dials to WGBH-FM, sister station to Boston’s public TV Channel … Continue reading This Day in Norwood History-December 1, 1972-Historic Event Related On Radio
The First Privately Purchased Automobile In The World HORSELESS CARRIAGE. National Museum of American History - Smithsonian InstitutionDuryea Motor Carriage, 1893 | National Museum of American History Norwood, Apr, 14.- … Continue reading George Morrill- Horseless Carriage on Display