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Harvard Square (Cambridge, Mass.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:

Ruth Priest Gray Scrap Book Collection

 Collection
Identifier: CHC044
Abstract This collection of scrap books were prepared by Ruth P. Gray, span a forty-five year time period, and are made up predominantly of newspaper clippings, with a scattering of magazine articles and fliers. The scrap books give a sweeping picture of the environment and life of Cambridge in the latter half of the Twentieth Century. Mrs. Gray was interested in a wide variety of Cambridge subject matter, including obituaries, retirements, fires, personalities, organizations, local color, community...
Dates: 1936-1981

The Comedy Studio owner Rick Jenkins

 Digital Work
Identifier: 148d_009
Dates: Created: 2015-04-08; Published: Scout Cambridge, May/June 2015

The Comedy Studio tables

 Digital Work
Identifier: 148d_010
Dates: Created: 2015-04-08; Published: Scout Cambridge, May/June 2015

Thomas Anninger Collection

 Collection
Identifier: CHC037
Abstract Clippings, minutes and documents relating to the West Cambridge neighborhood and the Fresh Pond Reservation, including papers of the Neighborhood Ten Assoc. and the Harvard Square Defense Fund. Complements the Neighborhood Ten Association Collection by primary focusing on community perception of preservation.
Dates: 1931-1989; Majority of material found within 1984-1989

Cornelia B. Wheeler Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 061
Collection Overview This collection documents the work of Cornelia B. Wheeler. The collection reflects Councillor Wheeler’s work on and off the Council. It includes extensive material regarding the Harvard Square Development Taskforce. Records also include meeting agendas, clippings, project material (e.g. Bennett Street Yard; Red Line Extension; parking; traffic; zoning); correspondence, and notes.
Dates: 1947-2003

William B. King Collection

 Collection
Identifier: CHC055
Scope and Content This collection contains textual records collected by William B. King related to his contributions to local Cambridge organizations, including Harvard Law School, Cambridge Civic Association, Buckingham Browne & Nichols School, and the Cambridge Historical Commission. It also holds external reports, newsletters, maps, and ads from other local institutions as well as the National Trust for Historic Preservation.The collection consists of approximately 100 folders of written...
Dates: 1955-1979, 2018; Majority of material found within 1964-1979