A report on Watertown, Massachusetts

Saltonstall's landing spot in Watertown, also known as Elbridge Gerry Landing
Edmund Fowle House, built in the 1700s and used by the Massachusetts government during the Revolutionary War
Browne House, built c. 1694
St. Stephen Armenian Apostolic Church
Hairenik Association building – Watertown, Mass.
Benjamin Robbins Curtis
Eliza Dushku

City in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, and is part of Greater Boston.

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Bakalyan in Pressure Point (1962)

Richard Bakalyan

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American actor who started his career playing juvenile delinquents in his first several films.

American actor who started his career playing juvenile delinquents in his first several films.

Bakalyan in Pressure Point (1962)
Bakalyan and Peter Brown in Lawman (1961)

Richard Bakalyan was born on January 29, 1931, in Watertown, Massachusetts, the son of Armenian-born William Nishan Bakalyan and Canadian (from Nova Scotia) Elsie Florence (née Fancy) Bakalyan.

Green Line train composed of a Kinki Sharyo Type 7 (rear) and an AnsaldoBreda Type 8 (front) on the C branch

Green Line (MBTA)

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Light rail system run by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority in the Boston, Massachusetts, metropolitan area.

Light rail system run by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority in the Boston, Massachusetts, metropolitan area.

Green Line train composed of a Kinki Sharyo Type 7 (rear) and an AnsaldoBreda Type 8 (front) on the C branch
Schematic map of Green Line branches and stations
Canal Street portal in 1901
Flying junction on the Tremont Street subway approaching the Pleasant Street incline
Streetcars using the Public Garden portal in 1898
Top of the filled-in Kenmore portal
Front view of a Boeing Vertol LRV near the end of its life in 2005
Type 7 (left) and Type 8 streetcars at Tappan Street in 2012
Type 9 streetcar in 2018
3295 and 5734 on display at Boylston station
A low-floor Type 8 car at Longwood station, which has slightly raised platforms for accessible boarding
Trains on the D branch operate using wayside signals.
A test train on the loop at Kenmore station in 2019
Activated countdown signs at Kenmore station in August 2015
Map of the Green Line Extension. Nearby parts of the Red Line and Orange Line are also shown.
Government Center station under reconstruction in September 2014
Type 7 car wrecked in the May 2008 accident

Although the route-letter scheme had been introduced two years prior to its closure, the "A" designation was never signed on streetcars to Watertown.

Watertown High School (Massachusetts)

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Watertown High School (WHS) is the local high school, built in 1925, for Watertown, Massachusetts, United States.

Hampartzoum Berberian

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Hampartzoum Berberian (Համբարձում Պէրպէրեան; Adana, May 25, 1905 – Watertown, Massachusetts, March 13, 1999) was an Armenian composer, conductor and a political activist.

Baikar relaunched weekly newspaper (2017)

Baikar

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Baikar relaunched weekly newspaper (2017)

Baikar (Պայքար meaning 'Struggle' in Armenian) is an Armenian language weekly published by the Baikar Association Inc., in Watertown, Massachusetts, United States.

Stephen P. Mugar

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The founder of the Star Market chain of supermarkets in New England.

The founder of the Star Market chain of supermarkets in New England.

In 1916, Sarkis Mugar paid $800.00 for the Star Market, a small grocery store, at 28 Mt. Auburn Street in Watertown and Stephen eventually went to work for his father in the store.

Brigham in 1907

Charles Brigham

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American architect based in Boston, Massachusetts.

American architect based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Brigham in 1907
Brigham in 1907
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, 1906
Fairhaven Town Hall, Fairhaven, Massachusetts, 1892

Brigham was born, raised, and educated in Watertown, Massachusetts schools and graduated at age 15 in 1856 in the first class of Watertown High School.

Exergen Corporation

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Exergen Corporation is a designer and manufacturer of infrared scanners, thermometers, and sensors headquartered in Watertown, Massachusetts.

Benjamin Robbins Curtis

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American lawyer and judge.

American lawyer and judge.

Portrait of Benjamin R. Curtis
Illustration of Senate chamber as Curtis, acting as counsel to President Andrew Johnson, talks on March 23, 1868, during the impeachment trial of Johnson
Curtis's gravesite

Curtis was born November 4, 1809, in Watertown, Massachusetts, the son of Lois Robbins and Benjamin Curtis, the captain of a merchant vessel.

DaRosa performing with Dropkick Murphys in 2008

Jeff DaRosa

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American musician who is a multi-instrumentalist and a member of the Boston-based Dropkick Murphys.

American musician who is a multi-instrumentalist and a member of the Boston-based Dropkick Murphys.

DaRosa performing with Dropkick Murphys in 2008

Growing up in Watertown, Massachusetts (a suburb of Boston) and Somerville, Massachusetts (a suburb of Boston), DaRosa later moved to New York City, where he joined The Exit.