Another visit from Curley’s Stepson, Richard Dennis

On Thursday, March 19, James Michael Curley’s 89-year-old stepson, Richard Dennis, visited Wentworth’s MCCS Studio for the fourth consecutive semester.    Mr. Dennis actually lived in the Curley house at 350 The Jamaicaway and is one of the foremost proponents of saving and preserving the house as a historical site.   He will be joining us at Boston City Hall on Tuesday, March 24 for a special reception connected to Wentworth Institute of Technology’s exhibition of work produced by students enrolled in the MCCS Studio course Digital Approaches to Boston Culture: Curating the Legacy of Mayor James Michael Curley.

(Globe File photo http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/ideas/articles/2010/01/03/curleys_people/)
Richard Dennis and the number 5 license plate he inherited from Mayor James Michael Curley
Richard Dennis and the number 5 license plate he inherited from Mayor James Michael Curley

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