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Lyceum Hall
 Lyceum Hall Hosted Lectures, Dances, School Classes, Masses
by Anthony Sammarco

Lyceum Hall, since torn down, used to stand across from the First Parish Church on Meetinghouse Hill. The puddingstone ledge there provided a frim foundation for a hall that aimed to carry on the traditions of the philosopher Aristotle.

Article published in Dorchester Community News 15 June 1990

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