This Day In Norwood History-June 30


NORWOOD, June 30, 1930—At a special town held in the Junior tonight, at which less than 100 citizens were present out of a total strength of more than 6000. It was voted to purchase the property, recently destroyed by .

George F. Willett, who originally gave the property to the town, proposed that $75,000 be appropriated to make the purchase. The voters, however, supported the recommendation of the that $53,-000 be appropriated. The vote was 68 in favor and four against.

Tue, Jul 1, 1930 – 8 · The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts) · Newspapers.com

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