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Angkor Dance Troupe, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit is dedicated to preserving the traditions of Cambodian performing arts while providing a positive social and educational environment for their young members. The collection includes financial records, board of directors records, correspondence,... more
This collection includes digitized issues of the Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association of Greater Lowell, Inc.’s bilingual magazines Khmer Lowell and CMAA Lowell Magazine. The collection is completely accessible on this site.View the collection finding aid for more information,... more
This collection includes two series, the Cambodian Traditional Crafts and Religious Ceremonies, 1987, and the Southeast Asian Exhibit Photographs, 1988-1989. The first series includes Chigas’ 84-page paper on Cambodian Traditional Crafts and Religious Ceremonies created in 1987 along with... more
This collection was donated to the University of Massachusetts Lowell Center for Lowell History by Dorothea Gemos Tsapasaris. Dorothea taught English as a Second Language [ESL] in the Lowell Schools. She was one of the first educators in the late 1980s, early 1990s to gather the stories and... more
George Russell was an early 20th century commercial photographer based in Lowell, Massachusetts. He was known for large, panoramic, group photographs. He traveled throughout New England photographing class graduations, group outings, conventions, social events, and fraternal, military, and union... more
The James Higgins book collection includes 2 copies each of 3 books related to Lowell and the Lowell area Cambodian and larger Southeast Asian communities. The collection is completely accessible on this site. -------------------- SEADA would like to thank the following individuals for their... more
The Indochinese Refugees Foundation, Inc. (IRF) provided services to Southeast Asian refugees that were resettling in Lowell, Massachusetts during the 1980s, due to the ramifications of the Vietnam War and the Khmer Rouge. This collection includes detailed reports, financial records,... more
Four oral history interviews with former staff and board members of the Indochinese Refugees Foundation, Inc., an organization that helped resettle Southeast Asian refugees in the greater Lowell, Massachusetts area during the 1980s. Oral histories were conducted with Jacqueline (Fidler) Moloney,... more
The KhmerPost USA Newspaper is an independent biweekly newspaper printed in Khmer (Cambodian) and English. This collection includes digitized issues existing as PDFs published between 2007 to 2016. Part of the collection is accessible on the Internet Archive. Issues ranging from 2013 to... more
Lowell community members from the country formerly known as Burma (present day Myanmar) representing the ethnic groups: Karenni, Karen, Kachin, and Bamar Muslim, donated scanned copies of personal print color photographs as well as digital photographs ranging from 1996–2016. Photographic... more
Contained in this set are atlases, which show lots, buildings, and property for the city of Lowell, Massachusetts. There are additional Lowell maps showing some buildings, wards, and streets.
This collection includes digitized Lowell Southeast Asian Water Festival, Inc. general files, event programs, and promotional materials. The collection is completely accessible on this site.View the collection finding aid for more information,... more
Proprietors of Locks and Canals provided the engineering skills, capital, and managerial knowledge to build a complex canal system. In the 1950s, the Proprietors donated much of their technical library, architectural, and engineering drawings and photographs to the University.
The Vera T. and William A. Tith oral history interview collection consists of one audiocassette tape and a partial transcript of an oral history interview conducted by Sheila L. Kirschbaum with Vera Thong Tith and Michael An Tith on February 13, 1993. Topics covered include but are not limited... more