Another Universalist Publishing House location

I’m categorizing and boxing my Universalist ephemera — remember the Hollinger boxes? — and found a cache of the Sunday School Helper “devoted to the interests of Universalist Sunday School Teaching.”

Some time in 1877 or 1878, the Universalist Publishing House moved in Boston from 37 Cornhill (a district with a long history of Universalist publishing) to 16 Bromfield Street. I’ve probably walked past this place because it isn’t too far from King’s Chapel.

The place is now an Irish pub — the Dubliner — which seems to be a good reason to visit.

16 Bromfield Street (Google Maps)

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

1 comment

  1. Is that the Irish pub over and down a bit from Paul Revere’s grave?

    If it is, and I think it is, then Fausto, the CSO and I had lunch there one time. They had a good chicken sandwich and really excellent Ginger Ale.

    who does consider that she can remember a chicken sandwich she ate four months ago a contributing factor to her need to diet.

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