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sideline of Weston Street extended to the easterly sideline of
Cabot Street;

Thence turning and running northeasterly along the easterly
sideline of Cabot Street to the intersection of the southerly
sideline of Cabot Place;

Thence turning and running southeasterly along the southerly
sideline of Cabot Place extended to the easterly sideline of
Warwick Street;

Thence turning and running northeasterly along the easterly
sideline of Warwick Street to the intersection of the southerly
sideline of Sterling Street;

Thence turning and running southeasterly along the southerly
sideline of Sterling Street to the westerly sideline of Shawmut
Avenue ;

Thence turning and running southwesterly along the westerly
sideline of Shawmut Avenue to the northerly sideline of Roxbury
Street;

Thence turning and running northwesterly and southwesterly along
the northerly sideline of Roxbury Street to the intersection of
the westerly sideline of Shailer Avenue;

Thence turning and running northeasterly along the westerly
sideline of Shailer Avenue to a point which is the intersection
of the southeasterly parcel line of the property located at 12
Linden Park Street (now or formerly owned by Henry Royal) ;

Thence turning and running northwesterly along the southerly
parcel lines of the properties respectively located at:



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12 Linden Park St. (nov; or formerly owned by Henry Royal)

18 Linden Park St. (now or formerly owned by City of Boston)

22 Linden Park St. (now or formerly owned by Temple of Christ)
24-26 Linden Park St. (now or formerly owned by George Perry)

30 Linden Park St. (now or formerly owned by Katherine Irvin)

34 Linden Park St. (now or formerly owned by Joseph Barbaro)

36 Linden Park St. (now or formerly owned by City of Boston)

Extended to the westerly sideline of Gay Street;

Thence turning and running northerly along the westerly sideline
of Gay Street about 30 feet to a point which is the intersection of
the westerly sideline of Gay Street and the southerly parcel line
of a property now or formerly owned by City of Boston;

Thence turning and running westerly, northwesterly, and then west-
erly along the southerly parcel lines of the properties respectively
located at?

42 Linden Park Street (now or formerly owned by City of Boston)
the vacant land between 50 & 60 Linden Park Street (now or

formerly owned by yJillard Welch)
60-66 Linden Park Street (nov/ or formerly owned by Hub Laundry)
72 Linden Park Street (now or formerly owned by David Marshall)

to a point at the intersection of the southerly and the westerly
boundaries of the property now or formerly owned by David Marshall
and the easterly boundary of the property now or formerly owned by
Leo Gould;

Thence turning and running southerly along the easterly boundary
of the property now or formerly owned by Leo Gould to a point at
the intersection of the easterly boundary of said property and the
southerly boundary of said property?

Thence turning and running westerly along the southerly boundary
line of said property extended to the westerly sideline of Dunlow
Street;

Thence turning and running northerly along the westerly sideline
of Dunlow Street to a point which is the intersection of the
southeasterly parcel line of the vacant land now or formerly owned
by Ann Murray and located adjacent to 36 Dunlow Street and the
westerly sideline of Dunlow Street;



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Thence turning and running along the southerly parcel line of the
said vacant land adjacent to 36 Dunlow Street and, through various
courses and distances, along the easterly, southerly and westerly
parcel lines of the property located at 3 Conant Place (now or
formerly owned by Winnifred Felton) ;

Thence turning and running along the southerly parcel line of the
vacant land now or formerly owned by R.S.R. Realty and located at
the corner of King and Elmwood streets to the easterly sideline
of King Street;

Thence turning and running northwesterly along the easterly
sideline of King Street extended to the northerly sideline of
Elmwood Street;

Thence turning and running southwesterly along the northerly
sideline of Elmwood street to the intersection of the easterly
sideline of Texas Street;

Thence turning and running northwesterly along the easterly
sideline of Texas Street to a point which is the intersection
of the easterly sideline of Texas Street and the property line
running between the property at the corner of Texas and Tremont
Streets now or formerly owned by Saul Greenberg and the property
located at 1322 Tremont street now or formerly owned by R. S. R.
Realty;

Thence turning and running generally northeasterly along the
southwesterly boundaries of properties now or formerly owned by
Saul Greenberg, Gertrude Rubin and Murray Robinson to the south-
easterly corner of said Robinson property;

Thence turning and running northwesterly along the northeasterly
boundary of said Robinson property to the southerly sideline of
Tremont street at a point located at the northeasterly corner of
said Robinson property;

Thence turning and running northeasterly along the southerly
sideline of Tremont Street to a point at the northwesterly corner
of property now or formerly owned by Bessie Cutler,

Thence turning and running southeasterly along the southwesterly
boundary of said property to its southwesterly corner;



Thence turning and running generally northeasterly to a point
which is the southwesterly corner of the property now or formerly
owned by Leonard Starr and located at 1300 Tremont Street;

Thence turning and running northwesterly along the westerly
parcel line of the said property located at 1300 Tremont street
to the southerly sideline of Tremont Street?

Thence turning and running northeasterly along the southerly
sideline of Tremont Street to the intersection of the westerly
sideline of whittier street;

Thence turning and running southeasterly along the westerly side-
line of Dtfhittier Street extended to the southerly sideline of
Hampshire Street;

Thence turning and running southwesterly along the southerly
sideline of Hampshire Street to the extended easterly sideline
of the property located at 123 Hampshire Street (now or formerly
owned by Boston Edison Co.);

Thence turning and running northwesterly along the easterly
sideline extended and the easterly sideline of said property
located at 123 Hampshire Street to the northwesterly sideline
of said property;

Thence turning and running southwesterly along the northwesterly
sideline of said property to the northeasterly sideline of Linden
Park Street;

Thence turning and running southeasterly along the easterly
sideline of Linden Park Street to the southerly sideline of
Simmons Street;

Thence turning and running northeasterly about 130 feet along the
southerly sideline of Simmons Street to the southwesterly line of
the property numbered 30 Simmons Street (now or formerly owned by
Barney Victor) ;

Thence turning and running southeasterly along the southwesterly
sideline of said property at 30 Simmons Street and said sideline
extended to the southeasterly sideline of Stony Brook;

Thence turning and running northeasterly about 225 feet along the
southeasterly sideline of Stony Brook to a lot line which is the
southwesterly lot line extended of the property numbered 21
Lamont Street (now or formerly owned by Leo Billar) ;



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Thence turning and running easterly along said lot line extended
to the southwesterly corner of said property at 21 Lamont Street;

Thence turning and running generally northerly along the rear of
the lots on the west side of Lamont Street to the southeasterly
sideline of Stony Brook;

Thence turning and running northeasterly along the southeasterly
sideline of Stony Brook to the westerly sideline of Lamont Street;

Thence turning and running along the westerly sideline of Lamont
Street to a point which is the southwesterly corner of the inter-
section of Lamont, Vernon, and Downing Streets;

Thence turning and running northeasterly along the westerly side-
line of Downing Street extended and Downing street to the south-
westerly sideline of Whittier Street;

Thence turning and running southeasterly along the southwesterly
sideline of Whittier Street extended to the easterly sideline of
Cabot Street;

Thence turning and running northeasterly along the easterly side-
line of Cabot Street extended to the northerly sideline of Ruggles
Street;

Thence turning and running northwesterly along the northerly side-
line of Ruggles Street to the point of beginning, all as shown on
the map entitled "Campus High School Urban Renewal Area - Early
Land Acquisition", dated June 30, 1966, a copy of which is availa-
ble for inspection at the offices of the Authority at 73 Tremont
Street, Boston, Massachusetts.



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Land Use Survey





Campus High Proje


;ct Area




A. Total Project Area






129.2 Acres




B. Existing Land Use




Total


Improved


Vacant


Residential




57.1


38.8


18.3


Dwelling purposes


38.6


21. h


17.2


Community facilities


18.5


17.U


1.1


Non-Residential




3jug


29.1


hk


Commercial




18.0


16.3


1.7


Industrial




10.6


9.7


.9


Institutional




5.9


3.1


2.8


Streets and Ways




37.6


35.1


2.5


Major Transportation


Lit


l.U




Other Streets




36.2


33.7


2.5


Total




129.2


103.0


26.2



C. Density (Dwelling Units per Acre)

Total Dwelling Units

Gross (includes street area) Ly)

Net (includes land area only)

Net Residential (includes residential

land only)
New Dwelling (includes land for

dwelling only)



1,061



8.2 DU/Ac

11.6 "

18.6

27.5 »



Land Use Survey
Early Land- ' Acquisition -.Area



A. Total Acquisition Area

B. Existing Land Use

Residential

Dwelling Purpose
Community facilities

Non-Residential

Commercial
Industrial
Institutional

Streets and Ways

Major Transportation
Other Streets

Total



Total
31.1

25.U
5.7

16.8

6.8
5.9
U.1

9.h



9.h
57.3



C. Density (Dwelling Units per Acre)

Total Dwelling Units

Gross (includes street area)

Net (includes land area only)

Net Residential (includes residential

land only)
New Dwelling (includes land for

dwelling only)



57.3 Acres




Improved


Vacant


16.7


llt.il


11.6
5.1


13.8
.6


12.2


iu6


$.9
5.0
1.3


.9

.9

2.8



hi

8.7
37.6

632

11.0 DU/Ac

13.2 "

20.3 "
2h.9 ».



.7

.7
19.7



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Building and Dwelling Condition Summary



Campus High Project Area



Total Buildings

Residential

Dwelling Purpose
Community Facilities

Non-Residential

Commercial
Industrial
Institutional



TOTAL
No. %


STANDARD
No, %


DEFICIENT
No. %


652


100.0


E


8.0


600


92.0


U63


71.0


20


lu3


bh3


95.7


an

52


63.0
8.0


7

13


1.7
25.0


UoU
39


98.3
55.0


189


29.0


32


16.9


157


83.1


13ii

U6

9


20.6
7.1
1.3


20

11

1


lU.9
23.9
11.1


11U

35

8


85.1
76.1
88.9



Total Households

In standard buildings
In deficient buildings

Vacant



TOTAL
No. %


DWELLING UNITS
No. %


LODGING
No.


UNITS
t


1,191 100.0


1,061


100.0


130


100.0


11 0.9
1,180 99.1


11
1,050


1.1

98.9



130


.0
100.0


361 30.3


295


27.8


66


5o.8



Building and Dwelling Condition Summary





Early Land Acquisition Area








Total
No. %


Standard

No. %


Deficient
No. %


Substandard
No. %


Total Buildings


361; 100.0


27


hk


39


10.7


298


81.9


Residential


287


78.8


12


kil


29


10.1


2li6


85.7


Dwelling purpose
Community Facil.


265
22


72.8
6.0


5
7


1.8
31.U


2h
5


9.1
23.1


236
10


89.1
W.5


Non-Residential


77


21.2


15


19.5


10


13.0


££


67.5


Commercial
Industrial

Institutional


27
3


12.9
7.U

.9


n
3

1


23. h
11.1
33.U


6
3
1


12.8
11.1
33.3


30
21

1


63.8
77.8
33.3



No.



Total Households (dwelling units) 632 100.0



In standard buildings
In deficient buildings
In substandard buildings



8


1.2


56


8.9


;68


89.9



Vacant



21*8



39.2






Summary

Building Permits Issued for Mow Construction

Campus High School Project Area

I960 - 1966 (Juno)









Outside




Total






Early


Land


Early Land


Project Area




No. of




No. of




No. of




Year


Permits


Cost


Permits


Cost


Permits


Cost


I960
1961
1962
1963
196U
1965
1966 (June)


___


$ —
$ —


1


$ -

$m,ooo


1


$

$lli, 000


2


Uo,ooo








2


i|0,000


1


1,500








1


1,500



TOTALS



$Ul,500



$iU,ooo



$55,500



Building Permits For Mew Construction
Campus High School Project Area
1960 - 1966 (June)

Early Land Acquisition Area

Address Owner Year Purpose Cost

Ruggles St. 135 J. & M. Walton 1965 Erect barbecue

pit $ 1,500

Shawmut Avenue 769-771 Eustis Realty

Corp. 1963 Build 1-story $25,000

addit.
Tremont St. 1202 Elec Spec. & Extend

Supply 1963 building 15,000

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Outside Early Land

Address Owner Year Purpose Cost

Guild Row 24 American Oil Co. 1961 Erect gas

station $14,000



Year



Summary
Building Permits Issued (Over $1000]
For Alterations & Repairs For
Campus High School Project Area
1960 - 1966 (June)



Early Land



Outside
Early Land



No. of

Permits Cost



No. of

Permits Cost



Total

Project Area



No. of
Permits



Cost



*



1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966 (June)



TOTALS



4
3
5

2

10

2



25



$ 4,000

7,925

30,330

4,185

24,805

4,500



$75,745



17



$12,900
5,095
7,100
3,900

1,000
3,000



$32,995



8
7
8
3
2
11
4



$16,900

13,020

37,430

3,900

4,185

25,805

7,500



43 $108,740



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Permits Issued (Over $1,000) for Alterations & Repairs
Campus High School Project Area
1960 - 1966 (June)
Early Land Acquisition Area
Address Owner



Kent St. 31

Whittier St. 30
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Whittier St. 36

Shawmut Ave, 727
Tremont St. 1252
Vernon St. 82

Linden Park St. 109
Roxbury Ct. 12
Shawmut Ave. 727
Shawmut Ave. 777
Tremont St, 1204

Cabot St. 214
Tremont St. 1242

Cabot St. 186
Kent St. 22
Lamont St. 39
Linden Park St. 50
Ruggles St. 60
Ruggles St. 159
St. Francis DeSales St.
Shawmut Ave. 815
Williams St. 37



Linden Park St. 25
Tremont St. 1248-1250



22



Natalie Shelvin

Joseph Winer
■I ii

Joseph Winer

Mr Condon

St. John's Episcopal

Walter J. Boretzky

Standard Overall

D.B. Maddox

Mr . Condon

Met. Baptist Church

Elect. Spec Supply

Raymond L. Dennis
Anthony J. Merlino

Napoleon Cameron
Elijah Garrette
Anne Morris
Helen Hanna
Sadie Kadish
Ruggles St. Baptist
Catholic Church
David Herschman
Boston Consolidated



Wayne Evans Realty Tr
Automatic Heating
Supply Corp.







Cost


Year


Purpose


$




1960


A&R


1,


,030


1960


A&R


1,


,000


1960


A&R


1,


,000


1960


A&R


1,


,000


1961


A&R


1,


,800


1961


A&R


4,


,600


1961


A&R


1,


,525


1962


A&R


1,


,000


1962


A&R


1-


,480


1962


A&R


1,


,400


1962


A&R


1,


,450


1962


A&R


25,


,000



1964 A&R 1,185
1964 A&R(f.r.)*3,000



1965


A&R


2,100


1965


A&R


1,980


1965


A&R


3,300


1965


A&R


1,250


1965


A&R


1,375


Ch.1965


A&R


1,800


1965


A&R


1,500


1965


A&R


2,500


Gasl965


A&R


3,000


" 1965


CO**


6,000


'r. 1966


A&R(f .r.


)*1,500


1966


A&R


3,000



* *f.r. = fire repair
** Change of occupancy



(gar. to strge. )



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Permits Issued (Over $1,000) for Alterations & Repairs
Campus High School Project Area
1960 - 1966 (June)
Outside Early Land
Address Owner



Cost
Year Purpose $



Bartlett St. 19-21 Lambert Realty Trust

Columbus Ave, 1061-1065 Bob Dunne Realty

Roxbury St. 84-96 City of Boston

Tremont St. 1340-1344 Monaco Liquor, Inc

Columbus Ave 1127-1129 Joseph A. Marino



I960 A&R 1 , 300
1960 A&R(f „r.)*6,000



Dudley St. 58
Roxbury St. 149
Tremont St. 1303

Columbus Ave. 938
Dudley St. 54
Ruggles St. 210-212

Columbus Ave. 1188
King St. 19
Tremont St. 1285

Dudley St. 40

Elmwood Place 2
Kenilworth St. 30



1960 A&R

1960 A&R

1961 A&R
1961 A&R



Michael Ciano

St. Luke's Nursing Hme.'1961 A&R

Walter Berman 1961 A&R

George & Solomon Selby 1962 A&R

John Ludvigsen 1962 A&R

John & Peter Luciani 1962 A&R



4,000
1,600

1,000
1,450
1,145
1,500

4 , 000
1,700
1,400



Arthur Finn
George Ramonos
Boston Lamp Co.



1963 A&R(f .r.)*l,900
1963 A&R 1,000
1963 A&R 1,000



John & Nancy Southwick 1965 A&R(f .r . )*1 , 000

John Bartlett 1966 A&R 1,500

Christ Temple Church 1966 A&R 1,500



* f.r



fire repair



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Building Demolition Summary

Campus High Early Land

Project Area Acq. Area

Total Buildings 1931 (est.) 1/012 654

Total Buildings 1966 652 364

Decline -360 -290

Percent Decline 35.6% 44.3%



Buildings Demolished 1960 - 152 112

June 1966

Percent Decline 18.9% 23.5%

Buildings Demolished by

City of Boston 150 112

Percent Demolition by

City of Boston 98.7% 100.0%

Duelling Units Demolished

1960 - June 1966 350 262



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Summary of Demolitions within

the Campus High School Project Area

I960 - 1966 (June)

Number of # Demolished # of D.U.
Year Permits by C of B Demolished Other 2



I960 16 16 30 3 Stores, 3 Permits

for "Apts"



1962



Permits


by


C of B


Demolished


16




16


30


20




20


hk


10




10


19


17




16


h6



1961 20 20 kh 1 Gas Sta., 1 Church,

1 Store



1963 17 16 I4.6 1 Wagon Shed, 1 Permit

for "Stores"

196U 31 30 73 h Stores, 3 Permits for

"Stores," U Permits for
"Apts"

1965 26 26 58 h Stores, 1 Church,

1 Permit for "Stores"

1966 (June) 32 32 80 1 Permit for "Stores"

152- 150 350



1 Where permit did not specify number of families, one family
was assumed.

2 In certain cases, the Building Department Permit did not specify
the number of stores; they were therefore noted separately.



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Summary of Derpr.litj.ons within
the Camp us High Sc ho ol Ea rly Land Acquisition Area
1960 - 1966 (June)



Year


Permits


by C of B


Demolished


Other 2


1960


12


12


26


3 Stores, 3
Permits for
"Apts"


1961


16


16


37


1 Church, 1
Store


1962


8


8


17




1963


6


6


13


1 Wagon Shed, 1
Permit for
"Stores"


1964


24


24


58


3 Stores, 1 Per-
mit for "Stores",
1 Permit for
"Apts "


1965


23


23


55


3 Stores, 1
Church, 1 Per-
mit for "Stores"


1966 (June) 23


23


56


1 Permit for










"Stores"




112


112


262





1. Where permit did not specify number of families, one
family was assumed,

2. In certain cases, the Building Department Permit did
not specify the number of stores; they were therefore
noted separately.



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Campus High School Project Area
I960 - 1966 (June)



Address


Owner


* Auburn Street


* 6

* 8
*85g

* 10
*15


New England Structures
William T. Alford
City of Boston
New England Structures
Rachel Singletary


Bar tie tt


Street


7
9
11
13
15
17


City of Boston

11

11

11

n

11
Margaret Gils on


* Cabot Street


* 1SU

* 160-16U

* 200-201;

* 216

* 221

* 22:6


Clifford T. Sheehan
City of Boston
Catharine Williams
City of Boston
David L. Shuman
Frank Doyle


Columbus


Avenue


967

969

971

1036-1038

10li0-10ii2

10U6

101*8

1127


Bennington Realty Corp

ti

11
Prentiss Apts. Inc.
Maurice Gordon
11

11

Joseph and Mary Marino


Crossin 1


3 lace


5
7


David Shuman
11



Year Use By Whom



Inc.



Inc.



1965


1 f .


C. of B


I960


2 f .


11


1961


3 f.


11


1963


2 f .


owner


1962


1 f .


C. of B



1966



3 f.



2 f .



196U


3 f .


1965


h f.


1966


1 f .


196U


1 f .


i960


3 f.


1966


3 f.



C. of B.



C. of B.



196h 3 f. C of

it 11 11

n 11 11

" store-6f. owner

" apts-storesC. of

11 11 11

" Apts »

1965 Store »



1961 3 f. C of



-Within Early Land Acquisition Area



Address



Owner



Year Use By Whom



* Dallas Place

* 2 Charles I. & Wilhelmina Mason

* 7 Earl Ss Elizabeth Tamesvitch

* 9 City of Boston

Dudley Street

6l D. and J Donovan - M. Hogan

* Dunlow Place

* 57 Paul M. Mc Carthy

Elmwood Place

7 Peno L Petro

Elmwood Street

7 City of Boston
30 M. C. Hanley & M. Kelley
3k City of Boston

* C? ay Street

* 3 City of Boston

* 7

* Hampshire Street

* 101 City of Boston

* Ha skins Street

* 7 City of Boston



1962 1 f. C. of B.
1962



I965 1 f. C. of B.



I963 Wagon C. of B.
Shed



1961 1 f. C. of B.



i960 1 f . C. of B.

i960

1962



I96U 3 f. C. of B
1961*



1966 3 f. C. of B.



196^ Stores C. of B.



* 22


It Tl


1965


2 f.




II


* ^3


Rose Steinberg


1965


1 f .




II


***5


11 11


11


2 f .




II


* h9


Betty Scott


11


1 f .




II


* 51


Claudie A. WeHalsingh


11


3 f •




II


* 53


Kevorki V. Ihnaian


1961


1 f.




"


* Hubert Stre


et










*12


Boston Redevelopment Authority


196U


Store
& 2 f .


C.


of B


*23


11 11 11


11


Dwell-
ing




11


* Kent Street












*15


Karl Anderson


1962


3 f •


C


of B


*17


11 11


11


it




11


*21


Emus Deloach


1961


11




11



*Within Early Land Acquisition Area



Address



Lambert Avenue



Owner



Year Use By Whom



k Anderson Starr
* Lamont Street

* 9 Sumner Victor

* 16 Kenneth C. Phillips

* 35 Nicholas Grassa

* kO City of Boston



1966


3 f •


c.


of


B


1965


3 f.


c.


of


B


1963


11




11




196k


11




11




1965


11




11





* Linden Avenue



* 2 Jacob Kaplan T.C.

* h George Kenney



196l Dwelling C. of B.



11 11



* Linden Park Street



*


1-5*


Mary Brown




ft


36


City of Boston


*


k2


11 11 11


*


k6


Elizabeth A. Norton


*


67


City of Boston


*


69


11 11 11


*


9B


Charles Kelley


Malbon


PI.






1


Virginia Consolo




2










3










h










5










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I966 Stores C. of B.

196^ 3 f.

1966

1965

1961+



1963 3 f. C. of B.



* Oakburn Avenue



• ■ 2

* k

•*17
*19
*21
*22
*25
*27
*29



Pay C. Johnson



1965 2 f. & C. of B.
Store

1 f . &
Store

1966 3 f.



2 f .

3 f •



*VJithin Early Land Acquisition Area



Address



Owner



Year



Use



By Whom



Putnam Place

2j Christine Knovles
k Homer J Ludington

Roxbury Street

3^ American Oil Company

* 119-121 John Corey C/0 M. Goodman

* 123-125 " " " "

165 Harvey Blanks

Buggies Street



*59
*6l


City of Boston
11 11


*62

*63
*6h

*66

*68

* 69 A &


Sophie Lerner

City of Boston

Sophie Lerner

City of Boston
ti ti

B "


* 73

* 7^-76

* 75

* 78


Ray Johnson
11 11

11 11

it it


* 80-82


City of Boston


*139-1 J H
* lH
*lU3-lU5


11 it

Norman Munson
City of Boston



199 Garland Rorp
* St. Francis De Sales St.



1965 2 f.
1962 1 f .



1961 Gas Sta.

(vac)
1965 1 f .
1963
i960



1966
it

1965
1966
1965



196k

1963
196k

1963
i960



3 f •
h f .

3 f.
k f

3 f .



k f . &

Stores

3 f .



3 f . &
Store

k t . a

Store
h f.

3 f •

3 f. &

Stores

1 f.



C. of B.
C. of B



C. of B.



C. of



33-35
kk



George Kenney
Herbert P. Milanes



* Shawmut Avenue



I960
1962



2 f.
2 f.



697 Church of Our Lord Jesus

699 Francis D. Washington Trustee

701 Trustees Sterling Trust



1961 f.& Church C.
h f .
h f .



of B.



Within Early Land Acquisition Area



c



Address



* Sterling Street



Owner



Year



Use



By Whom



* 56 Church of Our Lord Jesus

* 70 Luke & Alene Bardouville

* 72 William & Kizzie Crute

* 74 William T. Crute



* Sumner Pla ce

* 3

* k



5
6



John Lawlor

Robert Gordon


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