9800. Non-City records
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Records document the activities of the Boston City Federation of Organizations. The bulk of the materials consists of meeting minutes, agendas, and announcements. The records also contain some correspondence and a memorial program for Dr. Melnea Cass who served as the president of the federation from 1976 to 1978
Wooden "clapper" (noisemaker) from "The New Cocoanut Grove" used as an advertisement
Includes minutes, correspondence, etc. of the Elementary Principals Association in the Boston Public Schools.
Atlases of Boston donated to the City Archives by Fenwick Smith.
Campaign poster for Henry Parkman, Jr. who ran for Mayor in 1933. Parkman placed 4th in election. Frederick Mansfield was elected Mayor.
Photographs of men and women, mostly identified as Hyde Park residents. All photographs were taken by photographers with studios in Hyde Park at the end of the nineteenth century.
Pewter mug from the July 4, 1903 races held on Jamaica Pond as part of Boston's July 4th celebrations and sponsored by the Jamaica Plain Citizens' Association. This mug was presented to A.J. Hankey for first prize in the 1/4 mile swimming race.
Prints, negatives and slides donated to the City Archives by photographer Julie M. White. Photographs document work on the Big Dig as well as Boston Harbor, Tall Ships and U.S.S. Constitution. This collection is unprocessed.
Records documenting K. Marie Clarke's activities within various organizations which were involved in the monitoring of the Boston Public School system at different levels. K. Marie Clarke was involved with the Secondary School Commission, the Boston Home and School Association and the Citywide Coordinating Council. Records includes correspondence, reports, proposals, court documents, memorandum, meeting agendas and minutes, studies, handbooks, pamphlets, newsletters, news clippings, etc.
Includes a small collection of photographs documenting the visit and reception for Charles Lindbergh in Boston, 1927; visit of President Coolidge to Cambridge, 1925; Trinity Church altar, 1926; other miscellaneous street scenes, etc., circa 1923-1927; and a small collection of photographs of views of downtown streets, parks and beaches, circa 1900-1914.
Collection of political ephemera from 1924 and 1927-1931. Includes campaign literature for various local, state and federal offices with a focus on ward 10; invitations; programs; and miscellaneous papers of City Councilor Leo F. Powers.
Report of the Cambridge Bridge Commission and report of the Chief Engineer upon the Construction of Cambridge Bridge
Sound recordings of Sen. John F. Collins (1 record) circa 1950s and Dedication of Paul Revere Statue Sept. 22, 1940 on WEEI (5 records).
Photograph album documenting Spectacle Island donated to the City Archives.