Brookline Historical Society
Fire, Police, Town Administration

Town Hall (1st)
Built in 1825 on Walnut St. Served as Brookline’s first high school from 1843-1856. Purchased by the Unitarian-Universalist First Parish in 1890.
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Town Hall (2nd), Prospect St.
Built 1845. Later became the police station.
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Town Hall (3rd)
Town Hall (3rd), 1906
Town Hall (3rd)
Looking from Washington St. , Prospect St. on the left.
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Town Hall (3rd)
Retirement Party of Mr. Burke from the Water Department, 1949
Mr. Burke from the Water Department; flanked by Mr Bushway (l.) and Mr. Paine (r.)
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Retirement Party of Mr. Burke from the Water Department, 1949
Inside the old Town Hall
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Town Hall (4th), 1964
First Parish Church, Third Meeting House; Walnut & Warren Sts., 1880s
Looking west on Walnut St. just past the First Meeting House (Pierce Hall).Torn down in 1891. Replaced by the current First Parish Unitarian Church
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