Albert C. Chambers


The intersection of Dorchester Avenue and Park Street was designated a Hero Square for Albert C. Champers.

An article in The Boston Globe, June 9, 1939, says the intended intersection was that of Dorhcester Avenue and Gibson Street.

Chambers lived at 79 Lonsdale Street, though he may have formerly lived on Clayton Street.  Chambers was a life-long resident of the Field Corner district, a veteran of WWI and late president of Local Union No. 2, International Brotherhood of Telephone Workers.   He died May 1, 1938.


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January 12, 2022

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