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No. 234: Harris School
Postcard #234

Postcard. Caption on front: Harris School, Dorchester, Mass. Postally unused. On verso: No. B 13533 Published by The New England News Company. Boston, Mass. Leipzig-Berlin.

Comments
 The Harris School was built in 1861 at the corner of Adams Street and Victory Road (formerly Mill Street) in 1861. It was named in honor of the Rev. Thaddeus Mason Harris who was the pastor of the First Parish for many years. The property was sold to the Boston Housing Authority (in the 1970s?) for the construction of apartment buildings.

Source:

Orcutt, William Dana. Good Old Dorchester: A Narrative History of the Town, 1630-1893. Cambridge: The University Press, 1908 [c1891].
Map: Scan from 1889 Bromley atlas plate 21.
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Modern image: Digital photograph taken December, 2002.
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Created: July 26, 2003   Modified: August 31, 2003