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The Three-Deckers of Dorchester by Arthur J. Krim
 The definitive work on three deckers in Dorchester was written by Arthur J. Krim and published December 30, 1977, as part of a larger study entitled Dorchester/Mattapan Preservation Study administered by the Boston Landmarks Commission.

To read a pdf of the work, click on the link.

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Drawing of Davenport HouseField House, Fields CornerCyanotype Postcard of Dorchester HouseJohn E Murdock
Davenport familyFranklin Park Waiting Room101 Melville Avenue75 Adams Street
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