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Stained-glass window in Norwood Town Hall depicting town seal. Norwood, Massachusetts town hall

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Photograph taken 2004 by Daniel P. B. Smith.

Date

c. 2004

Author

Daniel P. B. Smith.

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Copyright ©2004 Daniel P. B. Smith. Licensed by Daniel P. B. Smith under the terms of the GFDL.


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Norwood, Massachusetts Stained-glass window in Norwood Town Hall depicting town seal. [1]
  1. ^ It was suggested in 2006 that Guild's red coat must surely be historically inaccurate.Peter Schworm (2006-10-01). "He was a patriot, not a redcoat: Calls growing for new, accurate town seal". The Boston Globe. Retrieved 2006-10-06.: "Board chairman Jerry Kelleher said he, too, had noticed Guild's miscolored garment... He knew the red wasn't right." He said that "While the controversy has been 'mushrooming,' it's more a minor distraction than an embarrassing gaffe." Elisabeth McGregor , executive director of the Norwood Historical Society, said she found the flap "kind of comical", and noted the seal probably includes another mistake. 'It's April 19—would he really be plowing already?' she questioned. 'Seems pretty early.'"
Norwood Memorial Municipal Building Stained-glass window in Norwood Town Hall depicting town seal. [1]
  1. ^ It was suggested in 2006 that Guild's red coat must surely be historically inaccurate.Peter Schworm (2006-10-01). "He was a patriot, not a redcoat: Calls growing for new, accurate town seal". The Boston Globe. Retrieved 2006-10-06.: "Board chairman Jerry Kelleher said he, too, had noticed Guild's miscolored garment... He knew the red wasn't right." He said that "While the controversy has been 'mushrooming,' it's more a minor distraction than an embarrassing gaffe." Elisabeth McGregor , executive director of the Norwood Historical Society, said she found the flap "kind of comical", and noted the seal probably includes another mistake. 'It's April 19—would he really be plowing already?' she questioned. 'Seems pretty early.'"

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