Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Overview This collection documents the work of the American Legion Post #27 (ca. 1918-1970). Records consist mostly of administrative records, meeting minutes, and correspondence. It also includes memberships, grave registration cards and wooden plaques.The wooden plaques are 14.5 inches wide, 17.5 inches long, and .5 inches high. The images are a photographic process of emulsion on copper alloy, mounted to original wood supports, with small copper alloy name plates below. The wood plaques...
Collection Overview This collection includes material from the 1990, 1993, 1995, and 1996 Revel productions as well as material from the 25th (1995), 35th (2005) and 40th (2010) anniversaries. The 1990 Revels was done in conjunction with the Dimitri Prokrovsky Ensemble and some articles and notes from Prokrovsky are included in the collection. Articles regarding John Langstaff and the Revels written by Cooper (including a 1979 Horn Book article) and award applications on Langstaff’s behalf are present. Also...
Collection Overview The Betsy Dunn papers consist of a small number of files related to Cambridge city elections and Cambridge civic life. It includes copies of several letters Dunn wrote to city officials or press outlets.
Collection Overview This collection contains manuscripts, town records, and hand drawn maps relating to Cambridge's early history as collected by Lucius R. Paige. Paige maintained hadwritten mnuscript drafts, correspondence and personal notebooks throughout his research period. Series 1 contains the handwritten manuscript of Paige's book "History of Cambridge, 1630-1877". Each folder contians around 25 pages of his manuscript. The series also contains handwritten copies of county probate files, deeds,...
Collection Overview Items came stored in a small gift box. The box contained a small curated collection of Native American archeological artifacts comprised of 11 separate envelopes and 2 boxes. Each envelope was numbered, each object within had a numerical label, and the short descriptive label cards inside the envelopes both had the same numeric value assigned to the outer envelope. In total, the items were divided into 13 groups designed to be a small exhibition that was put on display at the Observatory Hill...