This set of wood plaques honors soldiers from Cambridge, Mass. who died in World War I. The plaques were dedicated in 1928 by Edward W. Quinn, Mayor (1918-1929) and put on display in the War Memorial Athletic Facility in Cambridge, Mass. Each plaque bears an image of the solider on a copper... more
Founded in 1778, Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, is one of the oldest boarding schools in the United States. The Archives and Special Collections collects, preserves, organizes, and provides access to records of the school, rare books, and other historical materials. This digital... more
The Canton Public Library Local History Collection exists to collect, preserve, and educate the public by providing access to historical records that document, inspire, and promote community interest in, and appreciation for, the history of the town of Canton.The collection is comprised of... more
Born in 1902, Carl Halpern grew up in the Bronx where he attended elementary school. Upon leaving school, he took several jobs, including shoe salesman and accounting clerk, before he was hired as an errand boy in 1917 at the Electro-Chemical Engraving Company. Halpern stayed with the... more
Carmela Otero of Newark, New Jersey was a student in the Deaf-Blind Program at Perkins in the 1930s. Carmela arrived at Perkins at age six and developed a vocabulary of 402 words in two years time. She became a proficient user of the Tadoma method, and also used her voice and speech to... more
The carte de visite, also known as a CDV, was a photographic format first produced in the 1850s, which became wildly popular in the 1860s. It consisted of a small photographic print (typically an albumen print) mounted on card stock measuring approximately 2 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches. The cards were... more
This collection consists of items from the Carver Public Library Cranberry Labels collection hosted by SAILS Library Network. Information about the items has been provided by the holding institution so that they may be included in Digital Commonwealth.
This collection consists of items from the Carver Public Library's Cemetery Records collection hosted by SAILS Library Network. Information about the items has been provided by the holding institution so that they may be included in Digital Commonwealth.
In addition to hundreds of books about the Battle of Lexington, Cary Memorial Library has a substantial collection of materials on all aspects of Lexington's history, from colonial and revolutionary times to the present. The Lexington Collection includes:- Published histories- Town annual... more