Daniel

2006.076.460

Core
Title: 
Photograph of Mayor LeFebre at a St. Patrick's Day Celebration
Title (generic): 
Photograph
Accession No. : 
Description: 

This photograph shows Mayor LeFebre speaking to two of his constituents (one male and one female) at a 1979 St. Patrick's Day celebration. Mayor LeFebre is in a suit and tie, and is holding a cane. Behind the three people is a photograph of former mayor Daniel Kiley, Jr.

Collection: 
Mayor Lawrence LeFebre Papers
Date (created): 
1979
Date (coverage): 
1979
Event: 
1979 St. Patrick's Day Celebration
Format: 
4" x 5"
Rights: 
The Lawrence History Center holds this image but may not have full intellectual property and legal rights to it. Please contact the Center for more information.
Administrative
Location: 
2nd Floor - Media Vault - Photo Box
Image Catalog: 
LM5-Mayors
Original/Copy: 
Original
Condition: 
Good
Display Value: 
Excellent
Cataloged By: 
Moronta, Erika
Cataloged On: 
Wed, 2012-10-17
Status: 
OK

2006.076.1124

Core
Title: 
Plaque Showing LHS Football Players and Coaches
Title (generic): 
Object
Accession No. : 
Description: 

This object is a wooden plaque with photographs on it showing Lawrence High School football players and coaches. It says that it was reprinted from October 6, 1961 Boston Herald. Those shown are: Raymond Cavallaro, Ronald Eyssi, James O'Brien, Olindo Savastano, Gilbert Snow, Victor Petzy, William Fitzgibbons, Alfred Matthews, Leonard Driscoll, Richard Silva, Lawrence LeFebre, Joseph Celia, Daniel Savastano, Norman Poulin, Samuel Fragala, Samuel Buscema, Robert Silva, Norman Verrier, Lawrence Reusch, Frank Luistro, Matthew Augusta, William Callagy (backfield coach), Gerald Callagy (head coach), Robert Fitzgerald (line coach), Steven Derrochi, Len Smith, Walter Burns, Joseph McCue, Phillip Valliere, Michael Lomazzo, and Robert LaBonte.

Collection: 
Mayor Lawrence LeFebre Papers
Creator: 
Plastic Art Plaque Company
Contributor: 
Boston Herald
Date (coverage): 
1961-10-06
Format: 
7" x 10"
Language: 
English
Rights: 
The Lawrence History Center holds this item but may not have full legal rights over it. For more information please contact the Center.
Administrative
Location: 
2nd Floor Stacks - Shelving
Condition: 
Good
Display Value: 
Excellent
Cataloged By: 
Williams, Jenn
Cataloged On: 
Thu, 2012-09-20
Status: 
OK

2011.256.045

Core
Title: 
Acceptance and Unveiling of the Statue of Daniel Webster
Subtitle: 
Washington, Jan. 18, 1900
Title (generic): 
Book
Accession No. : 
Alt ID: 
42047119
Description: 

This program contains the program for the unveiling of the Daniel Webster statue in 1900. The different portions of the program are a report, the invocation, an address by Senator Chandler, and address by Secretary Long, and the address of Senator Lodge. The book discusses the site on which the statue stands and how it was chosen, the life and importance of Daniel Webster, and the need for the statue.

Collection: 
Barry Flynn Essex Company Collection
Publisher: 
Washington: Government Printing Office
Date (created): 
1900
Format: 
10 1/2" x 7"
Language: 
English
Rights: 
This book is owned by the Lawrence History Center, but copyright may be held by another business or organization. Please contact the Center for more information.
Administrative
Location: 
2nd Floor Stacks - Library
Condition: 
Good
Display Value: 
Fair
Cataloged By: 
Williams, Jenn
Cataloged On: 
Tue, 2012-02-21
Status: 
OK

2011.256.038

Core
Title: 
The Essex Company on the Merrimack at Lawrence
Title (generic): 
Book
Accession No. : 
Alt ID: 
47024143
Description: 

This book contains a history of the Essex Company in Lawrence from the early 1840s until 1936. It covers the formation of the Essex Company, the building of the dam, information about Charles Storrow, the canal, contracts with mills, the planning of the city, and the career of Hiram Mills. There is an insert in the book with a note written to the stockholders of the Essex Company.

Collection: 
Barry Flynn Essex Company Collection
Author: 
Smith, F. Morton
Publisher: 
New York: The Newcomen Society of England American Branch
Date (created): 
1947
Format: 
32 p. incl. front. (port.) illus. 23 cm.
Language: 
English
Rights: 
This book is owned by the Lawrence History Center, but copyright may be held by another business or organization. Please contact the Center for more information.
Administrative
Location: 
2nd Floor Stacks - Library
Condition: 
Excellent
Display Value: 
Excellent
Cataloged By: 
Williams, Jenn
Cataloged On: 
Tue, 2012-02-21
Status: 
OK

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