Dorchester Illustration of the Day no. 1807
Located at 22 Bushnell Street at the corner of Lombard Street, the Ashmont Univeralist Church building is now used as a private residence.
Known as Ashmont Hall this bungalow-type building housed “elegant social evenings,” children’s dancing classes, a neighborhood kindergarten and a private school program. Beginning about 1894, it was utilized as the Ashmont Universalist Church.
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