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Cambridge (Mass.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 85 Collections and/or Records:

Antonio Maycott selling art in Harvard Square

 Digital Work
Identifier: 148d_025
Dates: Created: 2017-04-30; Published: Scout Cambridge, May/June 2017

Arnold S. Schutzberg Collection

Identifier: CHC035
Abstract The Arnold S. Schutzberg Collection consists of documents relating to the history of the Jewish immigrant community in Cambridge and the compiliation of research for "Jewish Cambridge," a website no longer available online. Topics include immigration, Jewish businesses, family histories, and the establishment of synagogues. Records include photographs, building plans, photocopied documents, internet printouts, and correspondence as well as drafts and printouts of Schutzberg's website...
Dates: ca. 1857-2010; Majority of material found within ca. 1990-2010

Bagelsaurus owner Mary Ting Hyatt and husband

 Digital Work
Identifier: 148d_005
Dates: Created: 2016-01-01; Published: Scout Cambridge, January/February 2016

Bondir Chef Jason Bond and Brendan Joy

 Digital Work
Identifier: 148d_004
Dates: Created: 2015-09-25; Published: Scout Cambridge, October 2015

Book Week Display, Angle 1

 Digital Work
Identifier: 097_00_01_032

Book Week Display, Angle 2

 Digital Work
Identifier: 097_00_01_033

Book Week Reading Group

 Digital Work
Identifier: 097_00_01_029

Boston Dog Company employee and shop dog

 Digital Work
Identifier: 148d_012
Dates: Created: 2015-08-06; Published: Scout Cambridge, September/October 2015

Cambridge 50th Anniversary Souvenir Pin

Identifier: OBJ001.11
Abstract Cambridge was officially incorporated as a city in 1846. The central icon is a rendition of the flag of Massachusetts.
Dates: 1896

Cambridge City Planning Documents

Identifier: CHC038
Scope and Contents This collection contains reports, booklets, correspondence, ephemera, and other documents pertaining to city planning and development in Cambridge. Most of the documents were created by City of Cambridge departments such as Cambridge Community Development (CDD) and the Cambridge Planning Board (including when it was the Planning Department), though other departments and city organizations like the Cambridge Housing Authority or Water Board may appear as creators as well. Some documents related...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1945-2003