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DID YOU KNOW?

The City of Boston Edward Ingersoll Browne Commission funded the design and installation of the Clapp Pear sculpture, installed in 2007. The City of Boston Neighborhood Development Department “Grassroots Open Space Program” funded the fabrication and installation of the “Dorchester History / Dorchester Voices” artwork.

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Dorchester civic associations

Dorchester Reporter

QUOTE

“The Edward Everett Square art project has achieved the community vision, conceived in 1995, to reclaim this place as one of historical significance expressed through public art. The vision has now evolved and focuses more intensely on Edward Everett Square as an important cultural asset - one that may be used to promote awareness of art, culture and history, and to celebrate personal, community and national connections to Dorchester and Edward Everett Square.”

John McColgan, 2012

 


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COMMITTEE MEMBERS:

JOHN J. McCOLGAN, CHAIR:
Edward Everett Square native and Dorchester resident; founder-member and chair of Neighborhood Eye Annapolis Street Civic Association 1981-2001; founder-member of Edward Everett Square Project Committee.

RICHARD TYSON:
Edward Everett Square resident and founder member of EES Committee. Founder member and executive officer of Eastman-Elder Neighborhood Association.

EARL TAYLOR:
President of The Dorchester Historical Society

MALANA GLEASON:
Edward Everett Square native and resident of Dawes Street