Voices of Newtonville: A Village History
Come explore the history of Newtonville from its rural beginnings, through its suburban development as a railroad stop, to the changes brought by the construction of the Mass Pike. Harvard graduate student and Historic Newton educator Tracy Lindboe will lead us through the development of Newtonville using historic images and narratives from past Newtonville residents.
Co-Sponsored by Historic Newton and the Newton Free Library.
At the Newton Free Library, 330 Homer Street.
Created by historicnewtonevents
330 Homer St.
Auburndale, MA 02459
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