Many of the members in this 1914 photo of the Norwood Press Baseball Team represented Norwood in the Old Timers’ game against Walpole at Athletic Field last Sunday afternoon.
his Day In Norwood History- July 14, 1912-Prominent Norwood Resident T.A. Houllahan Drowns in Scituate
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
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
THOMAS A. HOULLAHAN. T. A. HOULLAHAN STRICKEN BATHING Printer and Prominent Norwood Citizen,Long Leader in Public, Social and Fraternal Affairs. NORWOOD. July 14—Thomas A. Houllahan, one of the most prominent … Continue reading This Day In Norwood History- July 14, 1912-Prominent Norwood Resident T.A. Houllahan Drowns in Scituate
JAMES BERWICK DEAD Dean of the Printing Trade, Was President of the Norwood Press and Widely Known NORWOOD, June 15—.Times Berwick, known among printers the country over as the dean … Continue reading This Day In Norwood History-June 15