Harbor

2011.256.028

Core
Title: 
The Civil War Through the Camera, Part 1
Title (generic): 
Book
Accession No. : 
Description: 

This book describes the beginning of the Civil War in 1861. The different parts of the book are: Records of the War Between the States and Bull Run - The Volunteers Face Fire. There is a great emphasis on the statistics of the Civil War, the call for volunteers to fight at the beginning of the war, and the intricacies of the battle at Bull Run. There are many images of battlefields, forts, weapons, New York, public officials, soldiers, and camps.

Collection: 
Barry Flynn Essex Company Collection
Author: 
Elson, Henry W.
Publisher: 
Springfield: Patriot Publishing Co.
Date (created): 
1912
Date (coverage): 
1861
Format: 
10.5" x 7.75"
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: 
Fair
Condition Notes: 

Some pages are falling out.

Display Value: 
Excellent
Cataloged By: 
Williams, Jenn
Cataloged On: 
Tue, 2012-02-21
Status: 
OK

2005.012.002

Core
Title: 
4th Annual Dinner, Pearl Harbor Day
Title (generic): 
Photograph
Accession No. : 
Description: 

to see image, click here: http://ark.digitalcommonwealth.org/ark:/50959/gh93h255f

Print, photographic, 10 x 16 black and white. 4th Annual Dinner, Pearl Harbor Day, Hendrick's Club of Lawrence, INC., St. Mary's Auditorium, December 7, 1947.

Collection: 
Lawrence History Center General Photograph Collection
Contributor: 
Metropolitan Photo, 25 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA
Date (coverage): 
12-07-1947
Event: 
4th anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day Dinner
Place: 
Hendricks Club, St Mary's Auditorium
Format: 
printsize: 10 x 16 in
Language: 
English
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 - Oversized Photo Box
Image Catalog: 
LC2-Celebrations
Original/Copy: 
Original
Condition: 
Good
Display Value: 
Good
Cataloged By: 
Brown, Barbara
Cataloged On: 
Wed, 2005-09-21
Status: 
OK

2004.080.123

Core
Title (generic): 
Print, Photographic
Accession No. : 
Description: 

Yacht in Beverly Harbor, MA.

Notes: 

No Copy print

Date (coverage): 
1895 - 1905
Format: 
printsize: 8" x 10"
Provenance: 

Photographs and identifications came from an album kept by the Grace Church, Lawrence, MA. Some of the identifications should be verified.

Credit: 
Grace Church, Lawrence, MA
Administrative
Location: 
Media Vault
Image Catalog: 
LC3P-Churches-Protestant
Negative No: 
446/12
Original/Copy: 
Photocopy
Condition: 
Good
Display Value: 
Fair
Cataloged By: 
Brown, Barbara
Cataloged On: 
Fri, 2005-11-18
Status: 
Restricted Item

2003.084.013

Core
Accession No. : 
Title: 
Monographs prepared John B. Harriman
Title (generic): 
Monograph
Description: 

Monographs prepared by John B. Harriman and presented to The Monday Night Club.
Communist Philosophy and Protracted Warfare, March 3, 1967.
The Population Explosion and United States Foreign Policy, December 1, 1969.
The Borrowing of a River, December 4, 1972.
The Power to Destroy, February 2,1976.
Jubilee! The Story of Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore, October 3, 1977.
First War Cruise of USS Hornet as the Flagship of Commander Carrier Division 5 - Rear Admiral J.J. Clark, October 6, 1980.
Presidential War, February 6, 1984.
Arthur Walden, December 1, 1986.
The Soviet Union Where From Here??, December 4, 1989.

Collection: 
Monday Night Club
Creator: 
John B. Harriman
Date (created): 
1967-1989
Extent: 
9 - monographs, typed.
Level: 
Series
Physical Characteristics: 

Paper

Language: 
English
Rights: 
No restrictions
Administrative
Location: 
2nd Floor Stacks - 2003
Finding Aid: 

Inventory created by Barbara Brown April 2004. Copy with collection; copy in archivist's file.

Cataloged By: 
Brown, Barbara
Cataloged On: 
Fri, 2004-04-02

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