Dudley Square time capsule opened from 1922

June 26, 2008

Elected officials unveil the time capsule

Local and state officials visited Roxbury yesterday morning to open a time capsule from 1922. The capsule was found in the cornerstone of an expansion to Dudley Square’s Ferdinand building, which is being renovated into a city office building. Mayor Menino, State Representative Byron Rushing, State Senator Diane Wilkerson, BRA Director John Palmieri and members of the Dudley Vision Task Force helped present the capsule to the public. Representative Rushing provided a salient overview Roxbury’s history, highlighting the different groups of people who have lived in Roxbury over the centuries.

Inside the capsule were newspapers from June 1922, Ferdinand’s Furniture advertisements, and a list of Ferdinand’s employees. Read more…

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