Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Overview This collection contains the art journals of Dorothy Arnold, documenting her life and travels. In 1938, Arnold began writing in journal, in 1958 began painting in journals. Spanning 62 years from 1938 to 2010, the journals document her trips to numerous countries across six continents. The journals represent Arnold’s artistic evolution and they include her personal thoughts on art, her daily observations of life, and diary-like entries. Many of Arnold’s sketches, drawings, and...
Collection Overview This collection contains atlases on the subjects of Cambridge and Middlesex County by various surveyors, including G. M. Hopkins, G. W. Bromley, and George H. Waker.
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Collection Overview This collection contains Megan Brook's drawings of Cambridge houses in Mid Cambridge and Cambridgeport as well as botanicals collected in Cambridge. It consists of one framed ink and watercolor on paper; 14, 35 mm color slides of Megan Brook drawings of houses completed in 1981 and 1982; and 5 35 mm color slides of Megan Brook drawings of botanicals. The original drawings of houses were ink and water color on paper; the original drawings of the botanicals are colored pencil on paper. The...
Collection Overview The collection consists of calendars, images, magnets, media coverage, slides of words and poetry used as outdoor library wall projections in the “Illuminated Word” event, T-shirts and other promotional materials, the City’s 2000 Annual Report featuring the celebration, and a cassette tape of two interviews of light artists that appeared on WBUR and WRKO.
Collection Overview This collection contains four manuscripts donated to the Cambridge Public Library as part of a Book and Author War Bond Rally. The first three manuscripts are for the following books: Under a Lucky Star (1943) by Roy Chapman Andrews; Cambridge 1815-1915 (1943) by Van Wyck Brooks, made up of passages of his books The Flowering of New England (1936) and New England: Indian Summer (1940); and Saratoga Trunk (1941) by Edna Ferber. The fourth is of the poem Winter Tide (ca. 1940) by Robert Nathan.
Collection Overview This collection contains reports and other documents pertaining to various aspects of Cambridge government and life, mostly prepared by or for various City of Cambridge departments and agencies. Some documents pertain to Cambridge but were not prepared by or for by a city department or agency. Some documents pertain to Boston or Massachusetts more broadly.
Collection Overview This collection contains materials related to Cambridge Community Television (CCTV) and the processes that led to its creation. It holds two proposals for Cambridge from American Cablesystems and Cable Plus that lay out plans for cable packages, construction, and distribution; the final cable contract between American Cablesystems and Cambridge; and proceeding contract renewals with Mediaone and Comcast. This collection also contains DVDs, ephemera, and paper documents including annual reports,...
Collection Overview This collection contains records that cover the Cambridge Hispanic Commission's commissioners, agendas and memos, meeting minutes, activities, sign-up sheets, committees, information and jobs, media and out-going correspondance. There are also records on by-laws, Cambridge Public Schools, the Immunization Action Project, the Festival "Amaru Alcarza," and Foro Latino. The collection also contains newpaper articles that relate to the activities of the Cambridge Hispanic Commission. Parts of the...