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Edward Everett Square and the Dorchester Historical Society Neighborhood
 The self-guided walking tour designed to recognize the architectural and historical features of the neighborhood around Edward Everett Square and the Dorchester Historical Society is available in a short version and a long version.

Short Version

The short version is comprised of two pdf's, which can be printed on the front & back of a legal-size sheet of paper. Directions for folding follow below. There is also a one page legal-size neighborhood description.

page 1 Click here

page 2 Click here

optional neighborhood description Click here

Directions for folding

Print the pdfs on the front and back of a legal-size sheet of paper. Fold like an accordion to make a four-panel brochure. First fold in half so the map shows at the fold. Then fold back the front and back flaps to create the brochure

Longer Version of the Tour

The longer version is a 26 page pdf that can be printed on regular-size 8 1/2 by 11 paper. This version has much more text and is fully-illustrated.

Longer version Click here

Related Images: showing 8 of 55 (more results)
Here are some images from the Atheneum archive related to this topic. Click on any of these images to open a slideshow of all 55 images.
Ye Old Blake HouseHuebener Brick no. 21 Everett HouseJames Blake House exterior light 6-4-2009Clapp Family Farm open house 11-15-2009
Dorch Hist Soc Holiday Party 2009Edward Everett Square Pharmacy Wampole's Creo-Terpin CompoundDorchester Historical Society barn basement entryThree Decker bollard at Edward Everett Square
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Created: August 1, 2009   Modified: August 1, 2009