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Overview Collection of documents, booklets, and photographs which once belonged to the Hovey Family of Cambridge. Topics include school and learning material; First Baptist Church; Music, Penmanship, and Poetry; and items relating to Susan Hovey.
Overview The Hurley Family Photograph Collection consists of copy prints of photographs and one original print on cardstock. The images date from circa 1860s to the 1920s. Hurley’s ancestry showcased in the collection comprise of the Moran, Graves, Welsh and Ward families. Individuals include Olive, Mary, and Virginia Graves, David Walsh, and Joseph Moran Sr. Marshal Ferdinand Foch, unrelated is showcased in one image.
Overview This collection chronicles a section of the longstanding and prolific Lewis family of Cambridge, Mass. Acquired during a photo gathering project conducted by the Cambridge Historical Commission, this collection is comprised of surrogate records created from five Lewis family albums. The albums cover a period of about 20 years (1900-1920) that is not otherwise represented in historical accounts of the Lewis family. Three formats are present in this collection: copy images, contact sheets, and...
Overview This collection documents a longstanding and active family in Cambridge and various local organizations spanning a period of nearly 150 years. The majority of the collection is comprised of personal papers, legal documents, photographs and ephemera relating to the McCarthy family. Papers include vital records and citizenship certificates of McCarthy family members (1860s-1960s); penmanship books from the late 19th century; personal correspondence; and real estate and income tax documents...
Overview This collection relates to the Sawicz family who lived at 94-96 Pine St. from ca. 1930 to 2001. It consists of one box which contains photographs, immigration and naturalization papers, bills and invoices, bankbooks, passports, letters and cards from Lithuania, and other related items. For the most part, the content relates to a father, mother, and two daughters, but there are also nearly 20 photographs of unidentified individuals present in the collection.
- Subject: Family--Pictorial works X