Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Photographs of various Tarbell family members, the house, and surrounding area; correspondence; and other documents relating to family matters -- Other family members represented include Silas Tarbell, Charles Lee Tarbell, and George Grosvenor Tarbell (1886-1968)
Massachusetts Historical Society
Letters received by Edmund Wheeler, Jr. of Lincoln, Mass. while working in Quincy, Il. Includes letters sent by his mother, Elizabeth Wheeler, 1847-56, discussing social and religious life in Lincoln, and Wheeler and related Hagar family events; letter written by his fianceĢŒ Pricilla Hagar, 1835, discussing their friendship; letter written by his brother Horatio, 1847, discussing family and business affairs; and a letter written by his sister Elizabeth Brooks, 1861, following the death of their mother. Also includes an essay written by Edmund on the topic of virtue, 1828
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Notes, memoranda, photographs, exhibits, and other materials relating to litigation by/or against the Town of Lincoln, Mass., on matters relating to zoning, land use, and eminent domain land taking
Lincoln Public Library
Correspondence, artwork, and other materials, written, collected, and donated by Jane Langton. Because she actively corresponded with various authors and illustrators, the letters give insight to not only her relationships with these individuals, but also the development of work created by them -- Correspondents include Gregory Maguire, Jill Paton-Walsh, John Townsend, Edward Gorey, Maurice Sendak, Emily Arnold McCully, Erik Blegvad, Betty Levin, Jean Rogers, George Rogers, Richard Allen Lupoff, Gillian Avery, Nancy Ekholm Burkert, Marian Parry, Milton Meltzer, Meg Ruley, Nancy Garden, Beatrice Gormley, Alison Cummings Lewis, Clark Fitzgerald, Ann Durrell, and Edith Pearlman
Lincoln Public Library
Birth, death, and marriage records of the Town of Lincoln, Mass
Lincoln Public Library
Published history of St. Joseph's Parish; materials relating to the physical structure of the church building; church properties, including copies of deeds and easements; records and information about the clergy who served in the parish since 1945; membership records including various church groups and organizations; and miscellaneous related materials. Most of the materials were gathered for the 50th anniversary of the parish in 1995 and the centennial celebration of the establishment of St. Joseph Church in 2004
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Snapshots taken by numerous Lincoln residents of open space, farmland, and recreation land; dwellings and other structures in Lincoln; events and views of the Lincoln Public Library, with an extensive chronological collection taken during construction of the 1989 addition; various local events such as parades; and miscellaneous snapshots -- Subjects include Mount Misery, Beaver Pond, and hurricanes
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Materials relating to the Burnham estate, overlooking Fairhaven Bay in the Sudbury River which was built in 1890 for Boston businessman, William A. Burnham and used as a summer residence until 1903 when it was sold to Charles Francis Adams of Quincy, Mass., who lived in the house until his death in 1914. The grounds were landscaped to plans and drawings drafted by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted; the buildings were demolished after 1915 -- Includes two photographs of the estate and grounds; 37 photocopies of plans and drawings of the estate grounds, drafted by Olmsted in 1890 and copied from the Olmsted Archives, Brookline, Mass.; and miscellaneous papers and items relating to the Olmsted Archives
Concord Public Library
Lexington: Minuteman boulder on Green -- Rear of Parker Monument -- Residence of C.F. Carter -- C.F. Carter's "Fred" (outdoor portrait)
Concord Public Library
Anderson, William Wheeler. Concord, Mass., April 19, 1950 anniversary celebration : a photographic record -- Anniversary celebration, April 19, 1950 : literary exercises [program] -- Bartlett, William Bradford. April 19th 1950 Committee : historian's report [photocopied typescript] -- First National Stores. The Flint colonial plows and American independence ([1950]) (Concord's C. PAM. copy CAS D-315)

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