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|No. 159: Corner of Dorchester Ave. & Templeton St.|
Photograph in the possession of Earl Taylor. It shows the Templeton Market at the corner of Dochester Avenue and Templeton Street. The building must have been on the north side of Templeton Street. The picture shows meat market workers and a horse-drawn wagon. It is probably ca. 1890. Marked at the bottom Barrows [Studio] 1873 Dorchester Ave.
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From: "NameJOHN BARENDS" From John Barends Sept. 2009
I LIVED @11 TEMPLETON ST ACROSS FROM THAT BUILDING IN THE 1950s & 60s THEN IT WAS CONNOLYS MARKET AND STILL WAS A MEAT MARKET. LOVE SEEING THE OLD PICTURES. IT'S NOT TEMPLETON ST ANY MORE CHANGE TO MSGR LYDON WAY ABOUT 1976 OR SO.
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Created: December 20, 2003 Modified: September 12, 2009