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The Stoughton Time Machine with David Lambert

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The Stoughton Historical
Society Presents: “The Stoughton Time Machine”
with T.V./online host David Allen Lambert See images from
Stoughton’s past that have been shared to the "Stoughton Time
Machine" Facebook page from all over the country, and others from the new
local cable show "The Stoughton
Time Machine"
. Recent images have included the railroad station, the
State Theater, the old Congregational and Catholic Churches, past Stoughton
athletic teams, Stoughton schools, yearbook pages, The Golden Rays Drum and
Bugle Corps, and many views of the downtown over the 20th Century.   October 20th at 2 P.M. at the Stoughton Historical Society, 6 Park St.
Free.  Light refreshments.  Donations of good, warm clothing in all
sizes will be accepted for the Main Spring House Homeless Shelter in Brockton.   








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