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Douglass Shand-Tucci
 Douglass Shand-Tucci

Also known as Paul Douglass Shand-Tucci, this author whose family lived on Wilbur Street on Jones Hill, later lived in Ashmont Commons, the condominium complex at the corner of Ashmont Street and Dorchester Avenue.

His works include:


All Saints, Ashmont, Dorchester, Boston: A Centennial History of the Parish. Boston: The Parish, 1975.

All Saints?, Boston: An Introduction to the Architecture of Ralph Adams Cram (vol. 2 of The Gothic Churches of Dochester?see below)

Ashmont: An Historical Guide to Peabody Square, Carruth?s Hll, and Ashmont Hill and the Architecture of Edwin J. Lewis, Jr. and John A. Fox. Dorchester, MA: The Dorchester Historicfal Society, 1991.

The Art of Scandal: The Life and Times of Isabella Stewart Gardner. 1997.

Boston Bohemia, 1881-1900. Volume one of Ralph Adams Cram: Life and Architecture. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1995.

The Boston Rialto: Playhouses, Concert Halls, and Movie Palaces. 1977.

Built in Boston: City & Suburb. Boston, 1978.

Church Building in Boston, 1720-1970, with an Introduction to the Work of Ralph Adams Cram and The Boston Gothicists. Dorchester: Dorchester Savings Bank, 1974.

The Crimson Letter: Harvard, Homosexuality and the Shaping of American Culture. 2003.

The Gothic Churches of Dorchester. Readings in Modern History. Dorchester: Dorchester Savings Bank, 1972.

The Gothic Churches of Dorchester. 2 vols. 1972.

Harvard University. The Campus Guide. An Architectural Tour. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2001.

The High Mass as Sacred Dance. 1977.

The Puritan Muse: A Study of the Theatres of Boston and a history of the development of the performing and visual arts. 1968.

Ralph Adams Cram, American Medievalist. Boston: Boston Public Library, 1975.

Ralph Adams Cram: An Architect?s Four Quests?Medieval, Modernist, American, Edumencial. University of Massachusetts Press, 2005.

The Second Settlement, 1875-1925: A Case Study in the Development of Victorian Dorchester. Boston, 1974.

St. Peter?s Church, 1872-1972 . By William F. Marnell and Douglass Shand-Tucci. Boston: Fandel Press, 1972.



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