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|No. 590: Walnut St. Showing Unitarian Church, Neponset, Mass.|
Postcard. Caption on front; Walnut Street showing Unitarian Church, Neponset, Mass. Postmarked Feb 3, 1909 Dorchester Station. With one-cent stamp. On verso: 12105. Publ. by W.N. Baker. Made in Germany. Message: ... the church that you can hardly see, ma
| Looking along Walnut Street from the intersection of Neponset Avenue and Walnut Street. These buildings were demolished to allow construction of the Southeast Expressway.
From Bill Daniels December 28, 2006
Dear Earl. Thank you for your reply. The church in the postcard was in addtion to the chucrh still standing at 47 Walnut St. today. The church in the postcard was replaced at some point in time by a four family house that stood at the corner of Oakman and Walnut when I was a kid back in the 60s. Today its part of Sozios parking lot which was a hambuger joint when I moved to Walnut st. in 1960. Thanks again ,this brings back great memories. Bill.
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Created: July 26, 2003 Modified: December 29, 2006