Library of the LHC

Object ID Description
2012.074.017
2012.074
Complement au Dictionnaire Genealogique Tanguay
1957-1977

Appears to be a supplement to the original "Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families" compiled by L'Abbe /Mgr Cyprien Tanguay. Inclues a dedication to Mgr. Tanguay, a preface, a list of works consulted, a list of abbreviations used in this work, as well as back mater. This book contains two updates to each of the original seven volumes. The first is published in 1957, the second in 1977.

2012.074.016
2012.074
Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Canadiennes

This book is the seventh volume of a genealogy of French-Canadian families. It covers names ROB-ZIS. It includes front matter entitled "Epilogue," which appears to include the author's acknowledgments to contributors and accolades from various Canadian officials. This volume also contains back matter, including an alphabetical listing of male and female surnames, as well as a table of marriages between the French settlers and indigenous women.

The title of the book in English is "Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families."

2012.074.015
2012.074
Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Canadiennes

This book is the sixth volume of a genealogy of French-Canadian families. It covers names MER-ROB. The title of the book in English is "Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families."

2012.074.014
2012.074
Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Canadiennes

This book is the fifth volume of a genealogy of French-Canadian families. It covers names JOA-mer. It includes an introduction from the editors. The title of the book in English is "Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families."

2012.074.013
2012.074
Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Canadiennes

This book is the fourth volume of a genealogy of French-Canadian families. It covers names FAB-JIN. It includes back matter on the legitimate and illegitimate Catholic births in Quebec province between 1701 - 1770. The title of the book in English is "Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families."

2012.074.012
2012.074
"Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Canadiennes"

This book is the third volume of a genealogy of French-Canadian families. It covers names CHA-EZI. It includes back matter on slaves. The title of the book in English is "Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families."

2012.074.011
2012.074
Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Canadiennes

This book is the second volume of a genealogy of French-Canadian families, covering names A-Cha. It includes a preface from the editors, some explanatory notes and an introduction. The title of the book in English is "Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families."

2012.074.010
2012.074
"Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Canadiennes"

This book is Volume I of a genealogy of French-Canadian families, covering names A-Z. Some entries go back as far as 1659. Includes several pull out pages: the family tree of Tache and a facsimile of the first map of "Nouvelle-France." Includes an introduction and back matter. The title of this book in English is "Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families." The information in these volumes was originally gathered during the mid 1860s-1870.

2012.074.006
2012.074
Inventaire des Contrats De Mariage du Regime Francais

This book is the sicth volume of an inventory of French-Canadian marriage contracts from the archives of the Quebec Judiciary. The front cover has the following stamp: Rev. A.M.L. Begin/818 Middle Street, Fall River, MA. he name of this book in English is roughly translated: “Inventory of French Wedding Contracts preserved in the Archives of Quebec Judicial.”

2012.074.005
2012.074
Inventaire des Contrats De Mariage du Regime Francais

This book is the fifth volume of an inventory of French-Canadian marriage contracts from the archives of the Quebec Judiciary. The front cover has the following stamp: Rev. A.M.L. Begin/818 Middle Street, Fall River, MA. The name of this book in English is roughly translated: “Inventory of French Wedding Contracts Wedding preserved in the Archives of Quebec Judicial.”

2012.074.004
2012.074
Inventaire des Contrats De Mariage du Regime Francais

This book is the fourth volume of an inventory of French-Canadian marriage contracts from the archives of the Quebec Judiciary. The front cover has the following stamp: Rev. A.M.L. Begin/818 Middle Street, Fall River and the cover is stained.The name of this book in English is roughly translated: “Inventory of French Wedding Contracts preserved in the Archives of Quebec Judicial.”

2012.074.003
2012.074
Inventaire des Contrats De Mariage du Regime Francais

This book is the third volume of an inventory of French-Canadian marriage contracts from the archives of the Quebec Judiciary. The front cover has the following stamp: Rev. A.M.L. Begin/818 Middle Street, Fall River, MA. The name of this book in English is roughly translated: “Inventory of French Wedding French Contracts preserved in the Archives of Quebec Judicial.”

2012.074.002
2012.074
Inventaire des Contrats De Mariage du Regime Francais

This book is the second volume of an inventory of French-Canadian marriage contracts from the archives of the Quebec Judiciary. The front cover has the following stamp: Rev. A.M.L. Begin/818 Middle Street, Fall River, MA. The name of this book in English is roughly translated: “Inventory of French Wedding preserved in the Archives of Quebec Judicial.”

2012.068.063
2012.068
Manuel Du Tiers Ordre De Marie

A book written in French about the order of marriage.

2012.068.002
2012.068
Paroissien Romain

It is a book written in French being used for the purpose of teaching the ideologies of God. It relates to the purpose of man, and this particular book has been reprinted to spread the knowledge in other languages, specifically this book is in French.

2012.067.052
2012.067
Tiesa

Tiesa is the title of this magazine, and in English the title is True. This magazine is issue No. 20 Vol. 4 and it was issued in 1935. One article form this issue is "Educational Work In The LDS". This magazine is in Lithuanian and it has not been translated.
-Lithuanian Books Box 3.

2012.067.051
2012.067
Albumas

This album is in Lithuanian and it hasn't been translated.
-Lithuanian Books Box 3.

2012.067.041-050
2012.067
Lithuanian Magazines

All of these magazines are titled Light, and they have different issue numbers and years. 2012.067.041 is issue No. 2 and the year it was issued in was 1936. One article from his magazine is titled "American School and Children". 2012.067.042 is issue No. 3 and the year it was issued was 1936. One article from this magazine is titled "Grand Canyon". 2012.067.043 is issue No. 4 and the year it was issued was 1936. One article from this magazine is titled "Literature Here and Elsewhere". 2012.067.044 is issue No. 2 and the year it was issued was 1935. One article from this magazine is titled "Friend's Death Commemoration Vincas Kapsukp". 2012.067.045 is issue No. 3 and the year it was issued was 1935. One article from this magazine is titled "Friedrichas Engelsas". 2012.067.046 is issue No. 4 and the year it was issued was 1935. One article from this magazine is titled "The Soviet Union after 18 years of age". 2012.067.047 is issue No. 1 and it was issued in 1935. One article form this magazine is "The proletarian Literature". 2012.067.048 is issue No. 4 and it was issued in 1934. One article from this issue is "Tomas Mooney". 2012.067.049 is issue No. 3 and it was issued in 1934. One article from this issue is "On equality and Assimilation". 2012.067.050 is issue No. 2 and it was issued in 1934. One article from this issue is "Communist Party of the Convention of 8". These magazines are in Lithuanian and they haven't been translated.
-Lithuanian Books Box 3.

2012.067.031-040
2012.067
Lithuanian Magazines

All of these magazines are titled Light, and they have different issue numbers and years. 2012.067.031 is issue No. 1 and the year it was issued in was 1941. One article from his magazine is titled "Socialist sixth of the world". 2012.067.032 is issue No. 2 and the year it was issued was 1941. One article from this magazine is titled "Freedom of Socialism on Land". 2012.067.033 is issue No. 3 and the year it was issued was 1940. One article from this magazine is titled "So Do Not Forget Their Work". 2012.067.034 is issue No. 4 and the year it was issued was 1940. One article from this magazine is titled "The Hex Socket Spring". 2012.067.035 is issue No. 2 and the year it was issued was 1939. One article from this magazine is titled "In Pirinejus I Fight For Freedom". 2012.067.036 is issue No. 1 and the year it was issued was 1938. One article from this magazine is titled "Our friendly societies problem". 2012.067.037 is issue No. 2 and it was issued in 1938. One article form this magazine is "Chicago and the area of ​​sea bottom". 2012.067.038 is issue No. 2 and it was issued in 1937. One article from this issue is "Gender questions in our Youth". 2012.067.039 is issue No. 4 and it was issued in 1937. One article from this issue is "On the Revolution influence in Lithuania". 2012.067.040 is issue No. 1 and it was issued in 1936. One article from this issue is "American proletarian Literature in 1935". These magazines are in Lithuanian and they haven't been translated.
-Lithuanian Books Box 3.

2012.067.025-030
2012.067
Lithuanian Magazines

All of these magazines are titled Light, and they have different issue numbers and years. 2012.067.025 is issue No. 1 and the year it was issued in was 1980. One article from his magazine is titled "Magnus fighter Tom Mooney in memory". 2012.067.026 is issue No. 4 and the year it was issued was 1966. One article from this magazine is titled "Lithuanian Labor movement veteran". 2012.067.027 is issue No. 2 and the year it was issued was 1945. One article from this magazine is titled "The occupants of Kaunas University". 2012.067.028 is issue No. 1 and the year it was issued was 1944. One article from this magazine is titled "Antanas Smetona escorted to the grave". 2012.067.029 is issue No. 2 and the year it was issued was 1942. One article from this magazine is titled "Lithuanian intellectuals proclamation". 2012.067.030 is issue No. 1 and the year it was issued was 1942. One article from this magazine is titled "Food intake in the blood". These magazines are in Lithuanian and they haven't been translated.
-Lithuanian Books Box 3.

2012.067.015-024
2012.067
Lithuanian Books

These books are in Lithuanian and they haven't been translated.
-Lithuanian Books Box 3.

2012.067.006-014
2012.067
Lithuanian Books

2012.067.007 and 2012.067.013 are missing. These books are calendars, they are in Lithuanian, and hasn't been translated. Each book has its own year. 2012.067.006 is in 1925, 2012.067.008 is in 1938, 2012.067.009 is in 1927, 2012.067.010 is in 1928 but it is titled Calendar of Laughter, 2012.067.011 is in 1928, 2012.067.012 is in 1929, and 2012.067.014 is in 1939.
-Lithuanian Books Box 3.

2012.067.001-005
2012.067
Workers Calendars

These books are Workers Calendar and each one has its own year it was created. 2012.067.001 is in the year 1933, 2012.067.002 is in 1931, 2012.067.003 is in 1932, 2012.067.004 is in 1935, and 2012.067.005 is in 1936. These calendars are in Lithuanian and hasn't been translated.
-Lithuanian Books Box 3.

2012.061.001-012
2012.061
Jewish Books

2012.061.001 is The Works of Morris Rosenfeld Vol. III and the book is in Yiddish.
2012.061.002 is Morris Rosenfeld's Selected Works Vol. I and it is also in Yiddish.
2012.061.003 this book is in Hebrew or in Yiddish writing and it was published by the Hebrew Publishing Company in 1923. 2012.061.004 is titled Pioneers in Food Science Vol. I by Samuel Cate Prescott an M.I.T Dean and Pioneer Food Technologist, and this book is about the story of the life of Samuel Cate Prescott.
2012.061.005 is Morris Rosenfeld's Selected Works Vol. III, and it is in Yiddish.
2012.061.006 is The Works of Morris Rosenfeld Vol. II, and it is in Yiddish also.
2012.061.007 is the Shiloh Dictionary, it is in Hebrew-English by Zevi Scharfstein.
2012.061.008 is titled A History of The Jews, and it is about the ancient Israelites, the second Temple, the Talmudic Age, the Golden Age of Judaism, and the Dark Ages by Paul Goodman. 2012.061.009 is all in Hebrew or Yiddish and it was published by the Hebrew Publishing Company in 1927.
2012.061.010 is The Works of Morris Rosenfeld Vol. I, this book is in Yiddish.
2012.061.011 is Hamillon Hamaasi: Practical Hebrew-English Dictionary by Menahem G. Glenn. It was published by the Hebrew Publishing Company.
2012.061.012 is called Friends and Strangers by Joseph Cheskis, and it was published in 1922 in Boston. It is a book of fiction in Hebrew.
-Jewish/Hebrew Books- Box 2

2012.051.001
2012.051
Temperance Movement or the Conflict Between Men and Alcohol

This book contains information about Alcohol and how it effects the human body and soul. It also explains how alcohol is not a food, a brief history on alcohol, alcohol in medicine, etc...

2012.050.001
2012.050
The life and Death of:

"American film favorite Thelma Todd was much more than the beautiful blonde of the 1930s who played opposite Buster Keaton, Laurel and Hardy and the Marx Brothers. Rodd's tragic death transformed her into an icon of Hollywood mystery: The photograph of the 29-year-old actress slumped in her luxurious Lincoln Phaeton shocked fans in 1935. How did she die? Was it murder, suicide, or an accident?"

2012.048.002
2012.048
Merrimack Valley Memories

This book contains the photographs and the history of the Merrimack Valley from Salem, New Hampshire all the way down to Lawrence, Massachusetts.

2012.048.001
2012.048
Merrimack Valley Memories

This book contains the photographs and the history of the Merrimack Valley from Salem, New Hampshire all the way down to Lawrence, Massachusetts.

2012.047.002
2012.047
Enemies of the People

This is the true story of a family living in terror in Budapest during the Cold War. The family spoke English and were welcome at the American Embassy so it was assumed that they were spies. The secret police had the family's neighbors, friends, and babysitter spy and inform on them, and collected a huge file of materials that they believe proved that the author's parents were spies. At the age of 6 the author's father, who was a journalist, was taken away by the secret police and their house was ransacked. After a great struggle, the family leaves Budapest for America.

2012.047.001
2012.047
Blood Brothers

"As a child, Elias Chacour lived in a small Palestinian village in Galilee. The townspeople were proud of their ancient Christian heritage and lived at peace with their Jewish neighbors. But in 1948 and '49 their idyllic lifestyle was swept away as tens of thousands of Palestinians were killed and nearly one million were forced into refuge camps."

2012.036.012
2012.036
No. 100 Leavitt's Farmer's Almanac, 1896

This book is an Almanac of the year 1896.

2012.036.011
2012.036
No. 101 Leavitt's Farmer's Almanac, 1897

This book is an Almanac of the year 1897.

2012.036.010
2012.036
No. 102 Leavitt's Farmer's Almanac, 1898

This book is an Almanac of the year 1898.

2012.036.009
2012.036
Leavitt's Farmer's Almanac, 1899

This book is an Almanac of the year 1899.

2012.036.008
2012.036
Leavitt's Faarmer's Almanac, 1909

This book is an Almanac of the year 1909.

2012.036.007
2012.036
No. 118 Leavitt's Farmer's Almanac, 1914

This book is an Almanac of the year 1914.

2012.036.006
2012.036
No. 119 Leavitt's Farmer's Almanac, 1915

This book is an Almanac of the year 1915.

2012.036.005
2012.036
No. 120 Leavitt's Farmer's Almanac, 1916

This book is an Almanac of the year 1916.

2012.036.004
2012.036
Vol. 91 Farmer's Almanac 1916

This book is an Almanac of the year 1916.

2012.036.003
2012.036
No. 121 Leavitt's Farmer's Almanac, 1917

This book is an Almanac of the year 1917.

2012.036.002
2012.036
No. 122 Farmer's Almanac, 1918, Leavitt

This book is an Almanac of the year 1918.

2012.036.001
2012.036
C

This book is an Almanac of the year 1918.

2012.026.001
2012.026
The Future of Children
1972-1997

A journal published by the Center for the Future of Children, focusing on the numerous issues surrounding child poverty in the United States. A series of in-depth articles are presented with objective evaluation and analysis of the epidemic. Government programs and policies that affect poor children are discussed, accompanied by detailed statistical data.

2012.006.001
2012.006
The Valley & Its Peoples
1635-1982

Covering the history of the Merrimack River Valley in Massachusetts, the author provides a comprehensive survey of the region's history. Topics include the lives and enterprises of its varying populations from the 17th to 20th centuries. The textile industry is highlighted, as well as regional civic institutions and businesses of the early 1980s.

2011.265.001
2011.265
The way we were

Selection of New England's history, In contrast of before and modern day New England.

2011.264.001
2011.264
Memoir of Abbott Lawrence

This book contains the biography and memoir about Abbott Lawrence by Hamilton Andrews Hill.

2011.256.090
2011.256
Some Notes on the Formation of Tubercles in Iron and Steel Penstocks

This article describes how pipes are coated in order to keep them from forming tubercles. Descriptions are given of the coating of pipes in Lawrence for use in providing water power in mills, as well as the resulting tubercles found on them when they are replaced. There are descriptions of the tubercles on the pipes, and the reasons for their formation. The use of different coatings is discussed, and their effectiveness in keeping tubercles from forming. This article was taken from the Journal of the New England Water Works Association, Vol. X, No. 4.

2011.256.052
2011.256
Purification of Sewage and of Water by Filtration

This article presents the results of experimentation at the Water Experiment Station in Lawrence between 1887 and 1893. It includes descriptions of the experiments, general information about water impurities, methods of filtration, and the importance of filtration. This article was prepared for the International Engineering Congress of the Columbian Exposition in 1893.

2011.256.051
2011.256
Memorial of Hiram F. Mills to the Governor and Council of Maine

This pamphlet focuses on the expenditure of money on transportation routes, and their importance for transporting goods to various parts of the country. It also discusses the importance of manufacturing using water power, the costs and savings associated with using water power for manufacturing, the parts of the country which can take advantage of water power, and the state of manufacturing before the Civil War (especially as it relates to water power). The pamphlet contains a fold-out map of the United States showing where water power can be used.

2011.256.050
2011.256
Memorial of Hiram F. Mills to the Governor and Council of Maine

This pamphlet focuses on the expenditure of money on transportation routes, and their importance for transporting goods to various parts of the country. It also discusses the importance of manufacturing using water power, the costs and savings associated with using water power for manufacturing, the parts of the country which can take advantage of water power, and the state of manufacturing before the Civil War (especially as it relates to water power). The pamphlet contains a fold-out map of the United States showing where water power can be used.