Central Square (Cambridge, Mass.)
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
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,...
Scope and Contents This collection contains photographs taken by Emily Cassel as part of her work for Scout Cambridge and Scout Somerville. The photographs were taken by Cassel between 2015 and 2017, with the photos appearing in printed Scout publications from the May/June 2015 issue through the May/June 2017 issue, the most recent issue at the time of donation. Seventeen of the photos also appeared in single articles posted on the Scout’s website. Additionally, one photo was taken for an article but was not...
Dates: 2015-04 - 2017-06
Dates: 1872-1998 and undated
Collection Overview This collection contains approximately 300 postcards depicting Cambridge scenes, including neighborhoods, buildings, schools, businesses, monuments, events, people, etc. at different periods of time. There are duplicate views of some scenes that have been republished with slight variations in re-touching or tilting. The bulk of the collection is early 20th Century and includes examples of early postcards, undivided backs, divided backs, the linen era, white border period, and modern photo...
Dates: circa 1900-present
Abstract The Watson Funeral Home Collection consists of photographs, certificates, clippings and ephemera related to the Watson Funeral Home, a local 20th century business in Cambridge. The collection also possesses blueprints of the first and second floors of the funeral home when it was located at 11 Magazine Street. The blueprints were provided by Robert Reid, a local architect.