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The Evolution of Ashmont, a "Viable and Attractive" District
 "The Evolution of Ashmont, a 'Viable and Attractive' District."

For the pdf version of this article by Anthony Sammarco, published in the Dorchester Community News, December 6, 1991 Click here

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Carbarn 1895Aunt Deborah Field House, Washington StreetHuebener Brick no. 32, Tolman House591 Ashmont Street
554-556 Washington Street102 Alban Street 100 Alban StreetJeremiah E Burke High School, Washington StreetFitzgerald House just prior to demolition
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Created: February 23, 2008   Modified: February 23, 2008