Library of the LHC

Object ID Description
2011.235.003
2011.235
First Lessons in Language

Guide into learning the English language.

2011.235.002
2011.235
Pinnock's Improved Edition of Dr. Goldsmith's History of Greece

Summaries of Greece's religion, influences, mysteries, games, festivals, constitution, and war against other countries.

2011.235.001
2011.235
The Pathway to Reading

Guide to first reader's success while learning how to read.

2011.232.002
2011.232
High Water Data:

This book contains recorded data on the flood of March 1936 in Massachusetts by the Massachusetts Geodetic Survey.

2011.232.001
2011.232
High Water Data:

This book contains recorded data o the floods of March 1936 and September 1938 in Massachusetts by the Massachusetts Geodetic Survey.

2011.227.002
2011.227
Stein Der Neifen
2011.227.001
2011.227

An English, Lithuanian dictionary.

2011.226.006
2011.226
A youths companion

Magazine filled with news articles about the events happening in November of 1894

2011.226.005
2011.226
A youths companion

Magazine filled with news articles about the events happening in May 20, 1987. Notice the price, only .5 cents!

2011.226.004
2011.226
A youths companion

Magazine filled with news articles about the events happening in February of 1895

2011.226.003
2011.226
Life

Magazine on current events. Fall 1987

2011.226.002
2011.226
Life

Magazine of many advertisements, and a story on Anne Frank's diary.

2011.226.001
2011.226
Life's Picture History of World War II

Summary of pictures based on the World War II 1939-1945

2011.223.100
2011.223
Historical Sketches of Methuen, Massachusetts

This book contains photographs and sketches of Methuen in 1876. There is notes about the town and who founded it. There is also part of a second book called Bridges From The Past by Ernest G. Mack starting on page 69.

2011.223.023
2011.223
Armenian Food

"Food is a portal to Armenia's past and present-day culture. This culinary journey across the land called Hayastan presents the rich history, wondrous legends, and fact-filled stories of Armenian cuisine. Author's Irina Petrosian and David Underwood take readers on a memorable tour of Armenia by way of the kitchen."

2011.223.002
2011.223
Lions of Medina

"Late afternoon, Thursday, 12 October 1967 Marine Lance Corporal Kevin Cahill stepped onto a trail deep in the Hai Lang National Forest, Republic of South Vietnam. The trail was worn, ominous and disappeared into the dense jungle. All was quiet. The enemy was there, watching..."

2011.223.001
2011.223
Sapito Azul

Sapito Azul is a book in Spanish and it is a book full of poems about this little blue frog who loves to go to school and learn his lecture in literature, mathematics, and social studies. Come and join Sapito Azul in his journey throughout his day at school.

2011.204.001
2011.204
A friend I never met...?

A man by the name Father Sack and author venture into the minstries relative to their times.

2011.203.001
2011.203
Munincipal History of Essex County

History of cities and towns in the Essex County such as Haverhill, Lawrence, Peabody, Gloucester, etc.

2011.203.001
2011.203
Lawrence Up To Date

A book of Lawrence's history during 1845 - 1895

2011.201.004
2011.201
The Rebel Girl

An autobiography of a young girls life growing up into a older young lady.

2011.201.003
2011.201
Merrimack

A series of poems and short stories about the Merimack.

2011.201.002
2011.201
Near the River's Edge

Series of poems about rivers, and the comparison of life to rivers.

2011.201.001
2011.201
Historical Journal of Massachusetts

A journal of Massachusetts filled with articles with topics such as; wildlife refuge, civil war letters, Boston, Irish, Slavery, Judicial, etc.

2011.196.001
2011.196
Lawrence, MASS.

Lawrence's History for it's first fifty years. Including many of the commercial building's adds.

2011.192.002
2011.192
The Scalp Hunters

'80 warriors stumbling upon 34 unguarded Ranger knapsacks, Lovewell's rangers were on a far shore watching their 20-year-old chaplain take his first scalp.'

2011.192.001
2011.192
Iceman to the Internet

Series of adventures that Al Kayworth recalls from his 80-plus years of living, similar to 'Indiana Jones' NOTE: Author's name is autographed.

2011.192.001
2011.192
Iceman to the Internet

Some of the peculiar adventures that author, Alfred E. Kayworth, experiences in his 80-plus years of living.

2011.189.002
2011.189
Catholic Religion

Told of the late, Samuel Stehman Haldeman a naturalist of the University of Pennsylvania. Bound by Francis bu Francis Casey in the WPA Bookbinding Shop, Lawrence, MA

2011.189.001
2011.189
Everyman's library

' A tale which holdeth children from play and old men from the chimney corner'

2011.187.001
2011.187
Clearing Land

A book based on two narratives, both personal and historical exploring a family farm as it has evolved from the Pilgrims brutal progress.

2011.178.027
2011.178
Manual Pratico De Espanol

This book includes tests or quizzes to evaluate your grammatical ways of writing, the way you understand the lecture, the way you express yourself when talking, and the way you write in Spanish. This book is all in Spanish.

2011.169.036
2011.169
Sorpresas de carnaval

Children's book, on surprises and festive carnivals.

2011.169.035
2011.169
Las aventuras de Pez Sabueso y Don Delfin

Children's book of sea animals getting along, being friends, and taking adventures.

2011.169.034
2011.196
El Sapito Azul
2011.169.032
2011.169
Cliff Falls

"What happens when you run into everything you've been running from?" Cliff Falls wrestles with the question of what it means to be truly a human being. Weather your comfortable or not in your own skin, weather people want you to be somebody in life or weather or not if you have to change how you look or who you are. What Clay discovers will change his life and perhaps yours as well.

2011.169.006
2011.169
Mamerto

"Part story, part fable, and part happy ending." Come and read the journey of Mamerto and his friends from their humble beginnings to their satisfying and adventurous destination in his unlikely but ultimately charming fairy tale.

2011.165.020
2011.165
John R. Rollins School Centennial Celebration 1892-1992

This book contains the history, photographs, and messages from the senator and the community about the John R. Rollins School.

2011.102.006
2011.102
Lawrence up to date 1845-1895
1845-1895

This is a history of Lawrence, MA for the first 50 years of the city's existence. The book begins with Lawrence's history as a planned textile city, and describes the city's first corporations. There are sections detailing all aspects of Lawrence including roads and bridges, public works and public property, the city's churches, schools, the public library, police and fire departments, and record of patriotism (which explains Lawrence's involvement in the Civil War). Some of Lawrence's biggest corporations such as the Washington Mills are given sections towards the end of the book. A considerable portion of the book is reserved for notable residents of the city including business owners and important town figures. The final part of the book is dedicated to advertisements of the city's various businesses and services. This book contains many photographs. Almost one photograph appears on each page. Portraits and images of the cityscape comprise the majority of photos.

2011.099.005
2011.099
Extraordinary Times and Everyday Lives

"As the years rush by, the South is destroyed and the North receives a battered victory. Letters from Henry are the only line connecting him to the changing lives of his family back home. But are those letter enough to protect the hearts of the ones he loves? Or will the many lives and long days of separation destroy all hopes and dreams?" Henry Harris is ready to join the Union but will this destroy his hopes and dreams?

2011.081.001
2011.081
Ethnicity In Lowell

This is an ethnographic overview and assessment from the National Historical Park in Lowell.

2011.071.057
2011.071
Mills, Mansions, and Mergers
1850s-1926

This book is a subject-biography on William Madison Wood, the co-founder of and driving force behind American Woolen Company. The foreword states that "although he is an academic historian, Dr. Roddy has written this book primarily for a general adult audience...hope[fully read] by hundreds of men and women who enjoy biography and local history." At a scant 132 pages, the text mostly focuses on Wood's involvement with the textile industry and his "model community," Shawsheen Village in Andover, MA.

2011.071.056
2011.071
The Eighth Bolton Award
1955

This book is a locally-published compilation of thirteen "prize winning" essays written on the subject "the value of better mill communication." The contest was sponsored by the American Pulp and Paper Mill Superintendents Association and occurred in 1955. The winners were as follows:
- Donald G. Estebo, plant engineer at The Mead Corporation, Wheelwright Division: first place
- Dr. Wilfred Gallay, director of research at E.B. Eddy Company: second place
- Vera Whitney Berney, women's personnel director at Crown Zellerbach Corporation: third place
- William G. Holmes, Midwest sales representative at Strathmore Paper Company: Connecticut Valley Division winner
- William S. McCain, industrial relations assistant manager at International Paper Company, Southern Kraft Division: Southern Division winner
- Mary Overholt, paper sorter at St. Regis Paper Company: Michigan Division winner
- Elroy Steinmetz, schedule planner at Kimberly-Clark Corporation: Northwestern Division winner
- Dr. A.L.M. Bixler, upper mills manager at Riegel Paper Corporation: Pennsylvania-New Jersey-Delaware Division winner
- Norman L. Bernard, personnel supervisor at International Paper Company, Otis Mill: Northeastern Division winner
- William G. Nettleton, assistant sulphite superintendent at Canadian International Paper Company: New York-Canadian Division winner
- H.P. Carruth, Jr., director of employee publications at The Mead Corporation: Miami Valley Division winner
- Robert L. Parks, administrative assistant at Puget Sound Pulp & Timber Company: Pacific Coast Division winner
- William H. Warren, personnel manager at Halifax Paper Company: Southeastern Division winner

All essays include the winner's portrait and are titled "The Value of Better Mill Communications" except Carruth, Jr.'s, which is titled "Is It Worth While to Improve Communication in Your Plant?"

2011.063.003
2011.063
Handbook of Weaves

This book is mainly about what people need in order to weave fabrics. This book has many diagrams of weaving and teaches learners step by step.

2011.059.001
2011.059
Between Two Cultures

Women from Cambodia coming to America, and having a new fresh beginning.

2011.056.008
2011.056
Dyeing

This book contains information on how to dye and bleach wool, silk, cotton, flax, etc...

2011.056.007
2011.056
Calculations for Textile Work

This book contains information on how to read textile drawings and how to calculate textile work, cloth, drafts, silk yarn, etc..

2011.056.006
2011.056
Practical Ring Spinning

This book contains the principles of cotton yarn spinning, ring frame construction, starting-up new ring frames, etc...

2011.056.005
2011.056
Textile Fabrics and Their Seduction

Book on looking for the right fabric for a specific job.

2011.056.004
2011.056
Calculations for Textile Work

Calculations on various kinds of textile work