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Norcross Buildings in Worcester

Norcross was married in 1870, to Phoebe Ellen Sibley, of Salem, Mass.
Mrs. Norcross died in 1905. Their family consisted of two sons and three
daughters. Both sons died in infancy. On the 81st anniversary of his birth there
was dedicated to him, in the Worcester City Hall, a memorial given by citizens of
Worcester. This memorial is in the form of a bronze tablet, 6 ft. high by 4 ft.
wide, backed by a panel of his Stony Creek granite. In addition to a life-size
portrait in a bas-relief profile, the tablet bears this inscription :

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1. Elwood Adams Block
2. The Old State Mutual Building
3. Worcester Five Cent Savings Bank
4. Commerce Building
5. Slater Building
6. City Hall
7. Worcester City Common
8. Glass Tower
9. Harrington Corner

10. Burnside Building
11. Mechanics Hall
12. Central Exchange
13. Wesley United Methodist Church
14. First Unitarian Church
15. Worcester County Courthouse
16. Boy's Club
17. The Worcester World War I Memorial
18. The Memorial Auditorium

 

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