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Cambridge (Mass.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 85 Collections and/or Records:

Clark Street Photographs

Identifier: P009
Abstract The photographs, taken in June 1901 by the City Engineering Department, focus on a single block of Clark Street between Washington to the north and School to the south. At the time, Clark Street, a crowded residential street in The Port (also known as Area 4), ran north to south from Webster Avenue to Main Street. In addition to the work performed by the Street Department, the photos offer a unique view of working-class housing at a turning point in building technology. Many children appear in...
Dates: June 1901

Community Art Center teen project

 Digital Work
Identifier: 148d_023
Dates: Created: 2016-08-03; Published: Scout Cambridge, September/October 2016

Corcoran’s Department Store Collection

Identifier: CHC008
Abstract This collection consists of one flat box of materials relating to Corcoran’s. The collection documents the history and development of a long and successful family-run department store that was an important part of the Cambridge community.
Dates: 1888-1981; Majority of material found within 1940s

Crimson Corner employees

 Digital Work
Identifier: 148d_018
Dates: Created: 2017-04-30; Published: Scout Cambridge, May/June 2017

Daniel Galvez repainting the Middle East

 Digital Work
Identifier: 148d_024
Dates: Created: 2016-09-07; Published: Scout Cambridge, September 2016

Daniel White Charity Fund Cash Book

Identifier: CHC022
Abstract One ledger, detailing the income, cash account, interest, and other financial aspects of the Daniel White Charity Fund from its inception to early 1959.The fund was called the Daniel White Charity, and its single volume ledger contains entries beginning in October of 1863 and continuing through February of 1959. It records cash amounts paid out to the City, various area banks, local coal and fuel companies, as well as interest amounts accrued.
Dates: 1863-1959

Dudley Borland Card Collection

Identifier: CHC072
Scope and Contents This collection contains property cards, some with images, newspaper clippings, calling cards, correspondence, receipts, and maps, dating to 1927 from the Dudley and Borland real estate firm. This was owned by Parker Dudley and James P. Borland. The cards "include notes and pictures of many of the houses that still stand as well as ones that are missing." In addition to the property cards, there are indexes for property sales and mailing lists. The photographs section...
Dates: ca. 1927

Eleanor Spang and Book Week Display [1]

 Digital Work
Identifier: 097_00_01_030

Eleanor Spang and Book Week Display [2]

 Digital Work
Identifier: 097_00_01_031