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Community meeting held to discuss neighborhood concern about commuter rail being put in along Southwest Corridor

Community meeting held to discuss neighborhood concern about commuter rail being put in along Southwest Corridor

Item Information

Title:
Community meeting held to discuss neighborhood concern about commuter rail being put in along Southwest Corridor
Curator:
Jones, Harold
Date:
1961–1962
Format:
Photographs
Genre:
Photographic prints
Location:
Boston Public Library
Grove Hall Branch Library
Collection (local):
Grove Hall Memory Project
Series:
Memories of Harold Jones
Subjects:
Meetings
Audiences
Urban renewal
Places:
MassachusettsSuffolk (county)BostonRoxbury
Freedom House - 14 Crawford St.
Extent:
1 photograph : print
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Terms of Use:
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All rights reserved.
Notes:
Title supplied by cataloger.
Community meeting held at the Freedom House, 14 Crawford Street. Participants discuss neighborhood concern about commuter rail being put in along Southwest Corridor. Concerned that suburbanites would take away Boston jobs from Boston residents.
Shown in photo: Elma Lewis (speaking), Mary A. Jones in white shirt (Harold's mother), Gail Snowden with glasses (daughter of Otto and Muriel Snowden and current Chief Executive Officer of Freedom House).
Identifier:
13_02_000037