City and town life -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Overview This collection contains Cambridge related photographs from the Boston Herald photograph collection (or photo morgue) that was sold in 2011. The photographs are by staff and contributing photographers, including major wire services (i.e., Associated Press, Acme Newspictures, Newspaper Enterprise Association), covering the 1920s to the 1990s. The collection is organized by year and includes a variety of subjects, including buildings, fires, protests, local and national politicians, local...
Dates: 1924 - 1997
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 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.
Scope and Contents This collection contains material related to various urban renewal projects undertaken by the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority (CRA) from its establishment in 1956 through 2000. Photographs, architectural drawings, maps, and other materials document the planning process, plan execution, and community engagement activities of the CRA, with the bulk of the material related to their redevelopment of the Kendall Square, Wellington-Harrington, and Walden Square sections of Cambridge, Massachusetts....
Scope and Contents The newspaper was published weekly with special editions published occasionally. The articles include happenings around Cambridge.
Dates: 1872-1998 and undated