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This Day in Norwood History- September 6, 1935-Norwood Schools Closed Due to Infantile Paralysis

DELAYS OF UNTIL OCT 1

Fri, Sep 6, 1935 – 4 · The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts)

NORWOOD. Sept 5—Dr Charles L. Lynch, of the , announced late this afternoon that following a of his board held today, it was decided to close the public and parochial schools of this town until Tuesday, Oct 1. as a precautionary measure against the spread of . The schools were originally scheduled to open Sept 10.

This town was peculiarly fortunate with no cases of the reported until the past week, when two cases appeared.

This Day In Norwood History-December 4, 1933- Former Gov. Allen-Owner Of Plant, Accused of “Importing New York Thugs” in Strike

This Day In Norwood History-December 4, 1933- Former Gov. Allen-Owner Of Plant, Accused of “Importing New York Thugs” in Strike

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STATE AND OFFICERS CALLED NORWOOD, Dec 4 — State and were called upon to aid the today after striking workers and hired guards clashed…

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