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Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Includes the proceedings of the Board from December 20, 1872-March 17, 1873 and a list entitled "Memo" recording inquiries made to the Board.
Publications produced by the Boston 200 Committee, which was created to organize the celebration of the Bicentennial of the United States in Boston. Includes an official guidebook, final report, the neighborhood history series and other publications.
The records were collected by William Gurney, an employee of the Boston Redevelopment Authority, who served as secretary to the committee. Includes correspondence, newsclippings, newsletters and a report of the survey of the north slope of Beacon Hill.
Letters sent by the Mayor to all department heads. These volumes include the circular letters received by the Fire Commissioner.
Includes bound volumes of issues of the City Record from 1898-1900, 1909-1960, 1972 October-1980 and 1984-1988 and loose copies of the City Record from 1969-1988 with gaps and 2000-2010 with gaps.
Register recording complaints made to the Mayor's Office from 1885-1888. Includes date, name of person, complaint and disposition.
Bound volumes of departmental annual reports submitted to the Mayor. Annual reports can also be found in the City Documents series.
Portrait of Mayor Joseph Wightman who served as Mayor of Boston in 1861-1862. This portrait was most likely created circa 1880-1900 as part of the set of portraits of Mayors which were hung in the Old City Hall. It is a photographic portrait on a metal plate and measures 15" x 18".
Includes two compilation volumes of addresses from 1822-1867 and printed copies of annual and inaugural addresses of the Mayor from 1824-1980 with gaps.
This collection contains bills and receipts in conncection with the military services of various cavalry, infantry, and artillery units of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. Payments are detailed for ammunitions supplies such as musket balls, carbine cartridges, and ball cartridges purchased from William Read. Co. The file also includes several writs of attachment which seem to have resulted from a contractual dispute over unpaid bills for refreshments for the Light Guards.
Collection of publications produced by the Mayor's Office and various offices within the Mayor's Office on many topics relating to Boston.
Includes correspondence to Mayor Lincoln, general orders and police reports regarding the draft riots in 1863.
17 circular bronze relief plaques of the following mayors: John F. Fitzgerald, Thomas N. Hart, Edwin U. Curtis, Josiah Quincy, Patrick Collins, Augustus Martin, Daniel Whelton, Thomas Hibbard, Andrew Peters, Hugh O'Brien, Nathan Matthews, Samuel Green, Frederick O. Prince, William Gaston, Nathaniel Shurtleff, Otis Norcross, Samuel Elliott
Published by order of the Recruiting Committee: "Recruiting System of the City of Boston together with a Statement of the Bounty Paid to Volunteers by the State and United States."