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Charles H. Taylor School
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 Charles H. Taylor School (Elementary)

1060 Morton Street, Mattapan
Bilt 1931
Department of School Buildings, Architect

Chrles H. Taylor (1846-1921), manager and editor of the Boston Globe, was born in Boston. He attended the Boston Public Schools and began his career as a printer and reporter for the Boston Traveler. Taylor was a private secretary to the governor (1869-71) and member of the Mass. House of Representatives (1872-73). He became editor and manager of the Globe in 1873.


What's In a Name? Names of Boston's Schools: Their Origin. Boston: School Volunteers for Boston and the Boston Public Schools, 1980.

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