Lawrence Public Library
Two-hundred photographs (on a CD), of various sites in Lawrence, Mass -- Topics include the Great Stone Dam (Merrimack River Dam) clogged with ice and free flowing, Lawrence Heritage State Park, dam on the Spicket River at Memorial Hall (Methuen, Mass.), restaurants, old mills, and water towers. Thirty of the photographs were included in an exhibit at Lawrence Public Library in 2009
Lawrence Public Library
Twenty photographs (black and white portraits) of graduates of the Class of 1921, Lawrence High School, taken by several local studios
Lawrence Public Library
Club records with a variety of organizational styles: monthly records, biannual records, files for individual events, and printed items. Sometimes the records are divided by committee reports but at other times, the committee reports are included as part of general minutes or other records. Documents the institutional life of a civic organization during its early years up through the end of the 20th century when it was capable of sponsoring a Rotary club in nearby Andover, Mass -- Includes minutes of the board of directors as well as regular meetings, bound copies of the organization's newsletter, The Magic Wheel, annual reports, membership rosters, meeting attendance reports, correspondence with Rotary International, information on planned speakers, reports of directors of various charities and vendors, committee reports, and financial statements. Printed material includes The Magic Wheel, yearbooks, rosters, anniversary booklets, programs, convention proceedings, song books, ad ... Read More
Lawrence Public Library
Photographs of students in various grades at St. Rita's School, St. Mary of the Assumption School, and the inter-parochial schools as well as one of St. Mary's High School graduation
Lawrence Public Library
These photographs are from several classes at Lawrence High School. The majority, seven, are from the Class of 1937. These seven are all cardboard portfolios; one is in foldover cover. There are two more in foldover, one in portfolio, and the last four are loose photographs. Most photographs have no last names. Because of the unusual spelling of Grayce, the archivist searched an index of the LHS graduates, and found a Grayce Cooney who graduated in 1937. Isabel Fenton does not give a year and, in fact, did not graduate from LHS (she may have graduated from St. May's High School)
Lawrence Public Library
One hundred nineteen 8 x 10 black and white photographs taken in Lawrence, Mass., during the winter months, before redevelopment and the tearing down of many of the properties
Lawrence Public Library
Thirteen photographs of Lawrence, Mass., and nearby locations (ca. 1903), photographed, developed, and matted by Hinckley -- Scenes include the circus, the semi-centennial parade, an automobile race in Lowell (1909), river view, Arlington Mills, an organ factory in Methuen, and the train from Boston to Manchester
Lawrence Public Library
Personal and professional papers of William M. Stuart -- Includes scrapbooks relating to his activities with the Republican Party of Essex County, the Lawrence City Committee, and the state convention in 1910; materials from the Lawrence Press Club, scrapbook compiled by Stuart as city editor of the Daily Telegram, including material on the Lawrence textile strike of 1912, national and local flags, and individuals from Lawrence, and materials relating to various organizations to which Stuart belonged. Also includes Stuart family correspondence, letters between his mother, Sarah S. (Bosworth) Stuart and Ella Bosworth (1869, 1890), letter to Emma Harlan (1858), and miscellaneous personal correspondence; business papers of James C. Stuart, father of William M. Stuart, an inventor, originally from Scotland, and Brian A. Osgood concerning a patent for furnace and stove improvements; genealogical materials; documents relating to the immigration of Gong Gun Low to the U.S. from China ... Read More
Lawrence Public Library
Twenty-seven color, 6x4 inch snapshots were taken by Louise Sandberg, the Lawrence Public Library Archivist. They show various buildings in the City of Lawrence, including United Presbyterian Church (on E. Haverhill St.) and other churches; Leahy School, Holy Rosary School, and Rollins School, and other schools, as well as monuments and other buildings
Lawrence Public Library
Three black and white panorama photographs of military units: 1. Framed photograph (1919, 124 x 47 cm.) of 102nd Field Artillery, U.S. Army which served in several battles in France during World War I; 2 and 3: Photos (1912, 100 x 22) of Massachusetts National Guard units used to maintain order during the Textile Worker's Strike in Lawrence in 1912 -- Photographers include Falk Photo Co., of Boston, Mass

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