Dorchester Illustration of the Day no. 1807 Ashmont Universalist

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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