Legendary Locals of Allston-Brighton, Massachusetts
Throughout the history of Allston-Brighton, individuals have dreamed, struggled, and created a remarkable piece of American culture. Legendary Locals of Allston-Brighton features people representing an amazing mix of talents and activities, sometimes with far-reaching effects. In response to a plea from George Washington to feed his army, father and son Jonathan Winship I and II created what became Allston-Brighton's thriving cattle industry that remained part of Allston-Brighton until the mid-20th century. David Stoia, the present-day owner of Boston Lock and Safe, succeeded his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather in the company, which can be traced back to Colonial times. Intriguing stories continue with Boston poet laureate Sam Cornish, owner of Sunset Grill and Tap Marc Kadish, owner of Cafe Brazil Valter Vitorino, state representative Kevin Honan, award-winning documentary filmmaker Liane Brandon, owner of Mr. Music Sal Barone, artist Richard Salvucci, Olympic gold medalist Harold Connolly, and baseball great Ted Williams. These images and narratives of the legendary locals of Allston-Brighton represent a vibrant community of Boston."
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CHAPTER TWO Business and Trade
CHAPTER THREE Builders and Defenders
CHAPTER FOUR Community Supporters Activists and Healers
CHAPTER FIVE Historians and Preservationists
CHAPTER SIX Authors and Academics
CHAPTER SEVEN Lawyers jurists and Clergy
CHAPTER EIGHT Artists Athletes and Entertainers
Allston-Brighton Allston-Brighton Community American archbishop of Boston Artesani artist attended BAHS archives baseball became Bernstein born in Brighton Boston College Boston Lock Boston Police Department Boston Public Library Bowen Brenda Brighton Center Brighton-Allston Historical Society brother building Butch career Church Ciommo city of Boston community’s creative director Dyer elected Eltinge Faneuil father film Fred Fred Salvucci graduated grew Harold Connolly Harvard historian Honan horticultural immigrants j.P.C. Winship jonathan Winship joseph julian Eltinge leader LEGENDARY LOCALS Lehane Liane Brandon Linda Mishkin Little Cambridge living in Brighton Margaret McHugh Massachusetts moved Museum musical Nancy neighborhood Nonantum Oak Square ofthe opened Ouimet owner Photograph by Linda played Rabbi restaurant Richard Sal Barone Salvucci School Shubow Spahn Stith Stoia stories United University Warren Warren Spahn Washington Allston women Worcester writing