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No. 301: Upham's Corner in the 1860's
Postcard #301

Postcard. Caption on front: Upham's Corner, Dorchester, in the 1860's, originally Stoughton and Hancock Streets, showing "The Old Corner Grocery" owned and conducted by Amos Upham (1817-1872).

Comments
 This building was later converted to the Columbia Square Building or Masonic Hall.
Map: Scan of detail from 1894 Bromley atlas map.
Modern image: Digital photo Masonic Hall, Upham's Corner, Mar. 2002.
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Created: July 26, 2003   Modified: July 26, 2003