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Site of a post-war housing project on Robert Ford Road in 1949, occupied 1950. The Town set about building veterans a colony of 168 brick units to the west of Lexington Street, near the more expensive private apartments of Fairfield Gardens. Robert Mark Ford joined the Army on September 8, 1943 and was killed in action June 2, 1944.
- City planning--Watertown (Mass.)
World War, 1939-1945--Social aspects--Watertown (Mass.)
Public housing--Watertown (Mass.)
Ford, Robert Mark--1925-1944
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