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If This House Could Talk – Cambridgeport History Day

We spotted this sign in Cambridgeport at 202 Hamilton Street the other day. It’s an early entrant in the If This House Could Talk event being held in in the neighborhood on Saturday, October 3, 2009 as part of Cambridgeport History Day.

Early entrant in the If This House Could Talk project for Cambridgeport History Day

Early entrant in the If This House Could Talk project for Cambridgeport History Day

The Cambridgeport History Project is encouraging residents to post signs in front of their houses that tell details of the house’s history – from years ago or from modern times. On October 3rd neighbors are invited to walk around the neighborhood and learn more about the history of Cambridgeport- and about their neighbors. These early signs are a teaser of sorts for the October event.

Since I’m always interested in Cambridge’s rich literary history I was psyched to see that this sign was about a Cambridge author, Jill Rena Bloom.

Bloom wrote several works of non-fiction including Help Me to Help My Child, HMOs: The Revolution in Health Care, and Uncommon Boston which she wrote with co-author Susan Berk.

Bloom also wrote romances under the penname Jillian Blake. Her Silhouette and Harlequin romances included:

  • Diana’s Folly
  • East Side, West Side
  • Water Dancer
  • Sullivan vs. Sullivan
  • A Vision to Share

For more information about Cambridgeport History Day you can contact Cathie Zusy at 617-868-0489 or [email protected]

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