A long-time member of the English Department at the University of Albany, Barbara Rotundo was a 1942 graduate in economics at Mount Holyoke College. After the death of her husband, Joseph in 1953, Rotundo became one of the first female faculty members at Union College, and after earning... more
This collection of photographs primarily highlights the students, faculty, and staff of the former Barre High School from its construction in 1901--as a gift from benefactor Henry Woods, who also built the town library--to its closure in 1967. Class pictures, yearbook contents, and sports-team... more
The Barre Historical Society has archived a collection of maps pertaining to the settlement and development of the Town of Barre, Massachusetts, from the late 1700s to the present day. These maps include residential, business, and public space locations, as well as school districts. Certain maps... more
The New England League was a mid-level league in American minor league baseball that played sporadically in four of the six New England states (Vermont and Connecticut excepted) between 1885 and 1949. They styled themselves the Lawrences, the Blues, the Haverhills, and so on. After 1901, the... more
This collection contains glass plate negatives of Martha's Vineyard subjects, photographed by Edward Lee Luce and collected and organized by Basil Welch. Additional materials collected and produced by Basil Welch, including photographs and oral history recordings, are located at the Martha's... more
Maria Weston Chapman (1806-1885) was an abolitionist who was born in Weymouth. In 1832, Maria Weston Chapman and other women founded the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society. They raised funds by organizing the annual Boston Anti-Slavery Bazaar, an event they ran from 1835 to 1858. Weston Chapman... more
This collection contains photographs and slides amassed at the archives at Bay Path University from c. 1923-2006, with the majority of photographs from 1943 on. The photographs are of student life, professional conferences, the Bay Path campus and buildings, commencement ceremonies, homecomings... more
Presented here are photographs that document the history of West Boylston, Massachusetts. Highlights include photographs taken around 1890, at the time of the building of the Wachusett Reservoir, and photographs by James Higgins.James Higgins was born in 1867 in Fitchburg, married Lila G. Dana... more
This collection consists of items from the Becker collection hosted by Boston College. Information about the items has been provided by the holding institution so that they may be included in Digital Commonwealth.
The papers of Benjamin Smith Lyman (1835-1920), a native of Northampton, Massachusetts, and a geologist/mining engineer who worked in Japan at the request of the Meiji government to introduce modern geological surveying and mining techniques, illuminate aspects of late nineteenth... more
This collection contains photographs documenting every aspect and era of Bentley University, originally known as the "Bentley School of Accounting and Finance." Since this is an aggregated collection, photographs are organized by unique ID number and not by subject or date. We encourage you to... more
Collection of Berkley Community School yearbook at the Berkley Public Library.
16. Berkley History
This collection consists of items from the Berkley History 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.
Collection of Berkley Middle School yearbook at the Berkley Public Library.
This series includes materials from the Berkley Public Library Local History collection.
A New York native with a deep commitment to social justice, Bernard Jaffe was an attorney, confidant, and longtime friend of W.E.B. Du Bois and Shirley Graham Du Bois. In 1951, Jaffe joined Du Bois's defense team at a time when the civil rights leader was under indictment for failing to... more