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|No. 561: Liversidge Institute, River St., Dorchester|
Postcard. Caption on front: Liversidge Institute, River St., Dorchester. Postally unused. On verso: The Royal Blue card Pub. by Putnam Art Co., Grove Hall, Boston.
| The Liversidge Institution of Industry was for boys only, and they had to be natives of England or New England. Located on River Street, about half-way between Lower Mills and Mattapan, it received and trained poor and negleected boys from seven to fourteen years old. The founder of this charity was born in England, but spent nearly the whole of his life in Dorcester.|
The Dorchester Book. Boston: George H. Ellis, Printer for the Branch Alliance of Christ Church (Unitarian), Dorchester, Mass., 1899.
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Created: July 26, 2003 Modified: August 14, 2003