Norwood’s New Bandstand-This Day in Norwood History- September 24, 1903

Norwood's New Bandstand-This Day in Norwood History- September 24, 1903

A Walk Around the Park: Walking Tour of the Old Winslow Neighborhood

Join us on Sunday, September 16 at 3 p.m. at Grace Episcopal Church for a tour of the "Old Winslow Neighborhood". The rain date will be the following Saturday, September 23rd at 3 p.m.

This Day in Norwood History- August 24, 1909-Departure of 10th Cavalry Seen by 500 People of Norwood

This Day in Norwood History- August 24, 1909-Departure of 10th Cavalry Seen by 500 People of Norwood

This Day In Norwood History- July 14, 1912-Prominent Norwood Resident T.A. Houllahan Drowns in Scituate

his Day In Norwood History- July 14, 1912-Prominent Norwood Resident T.A. Houllahan Drowns in Scituate

This Day in Norwood History-June 10, 1902-Norwood To Observe Old Home Week

Norwood will celebrate old home week at the time designated by the legislature. The Business Association so decided at its meeting last evening after its executive committee had unanimously recommended … Continue reading This Day in Norwood History-June 10, 1902-Norwood To Observe Old Home Week

This Day In Norwood History-May 4, 1909-Norwood Growth Making Records

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.

This Day In Norwood History-April 7, 1912-NORWOOD’S BIG PRESS CLUB

Founded and Developed by James Berwick, One of the Town’s Generous Citizens—The Clubhouse. The Norwood Press Club ONE of the most successful and progressive social and athletic clubs in the … Continue reading This Day In Norwood History-April 7, 1912-NORWOOD’S BIG PRESS CLUB

Chapel Street: A Main Road with a Long History

Looking down Chapel Street toward Walpole Street. Chapel Street is a road that had been part of the landscape of South Dedham years before it became a part of Swedeville. … Continue reading Chapel Street: A Main Road with a Long History

This Day in Norwood History- September 24, 1903- Norwood’s New Bandstand

Attractive and Well-Built Structure for Use of One of Most Famous of Old County Organizations. Fri, Sep 25, 1903 – 7 · The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts) NORWOOD. Sept 34 … Continue reading This Day in Norwood History- September 24, 1903- Norwood’s New Bandstand

This Day in Norwood History- August 24, 1909-Departure of 10th Cavalry Seen by 500 People of Norwood

Officers Guests of Capt Cushing Last Evening.Maj Grierson Praised His Men’s Behavior. The US 10th Cavalry, known along with the 9th Calvary as "Buffalo soldiers", were African American soldiers who … Continue reading This Day in Norwood History- August 24, 1909-Departure of 10th Cavalry Seen by 500 People of Norwood