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826 Boston Collection

 Collection — Container: MS 7114
Call Number: MS 7114
Scope and Contents Published in May 2013, I Want You to Have This is a collection of 55 essays written by students from Boston International High School, all of whom speak English as a second language. Twice a week during the academic year, tutors from 826 Boston, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting students with their creative and expository writing skills, went to the school to help edit and make suggestions about the students’ writing. The result is a collection of...
Dates: 2013

Abbey Theatre Programs

 Collection
Call Number: ACC 86-201

Abigail Adams Correspondence

 Collection — Container: MS Am. 229
Call Number: MS Am. 229
Scope and Contents Of the 22 letters in this collection, 20 are addressed to John Thaxter in which Abigail Adams writes about the war-time economy, the changing attitudes of American women, and the importance of public service. Other subjects include her management of the family farm, her husband’s absence, and her impressions of people such as General Burgoyne and events such as the siege of Newport.
Dates: 1770-1785; Other: Date acquired: 05/18/1944

John Adams Papers

 Collection — Container: MS Adams
Call Number: MS Adams
Scope and Contents This is an artificial collection that was created with letters from the Mellen Chamberlain, Americana, and English Civilization collections and contains 61 letters written by John Adams before he was President, primarily to Dr. Benjamin Rush. In addition, there are three letters written to Adams and 15 others either written about him or in which he is mentioned. In addition, there are 82 items that were removed from the inside of Adams's books (approximately 35 of those are notes written in...
Dates: 1764-1906

Katharine Adams correspondence

 Collection
Call Number: MS Eng.288
Scope and Contents This collection contains personal and professional correspondence written between 1897-1939 to Katharine Adams (1862-1952). Correspondents include artists Edwin Austin Abbey, Jane and May Morris, William Nicholson, and John Singer Sargent, as well as Stanbrook Abbey Abbess Dame Laurentia McLachlan, OSB. The collection includes a signed photographic print of May Morris and two pen-and-ink sketches by William Nicholson. In addition, there is one letter from Jane Morris to Reverend William Fulford...
Dates: 1897 - 1938

Aldino Felicani Collection of Anarchist Journals

 Collection
Call Number: Felicani journals

American Irish Pioneers Foundation records

 Collection — Container: MS 1881 A
Call Number: MS 1881A
Scope and Contents The letters in this collection, written by clergymen, citizens, and officials, are addressed to Mary Cavanagh, a representative of the Committee of Catholic Irish-Americans, who was sent to Dublin in 1929 to learn about the socioeconomic conditions in the city and to report on the prospects of establishing a neighborhood house there. The letters describe the need for social services and the project's approval.
Dates: 1928-1933

American Manuscripts

 Collection — Box: 11
Call Number: MS Am.
Dates: Majority of material found in 1687-1967

Applied Geographics, Inc. Records

 Collection
Call Number: MS.LMEC.0004
Scope and Contents The Applied Geographics, Inc. records consists of maps dated 1940-2017, bulk 1991-2017, that were created or held by Applied Geographics, Inc. (AppGeo), a GIS consulting firm in Boston, Massachusetts. The bulk of the collection consists of maps created by the firm through computer-assisted mapping for government agencies or private sector clients, on topics such as water resources, land use, open space, infrastructure, transit, and real property. It also includes manuscript maps, aerial images,...
Dates: circa 1940-2017; Majority of material found within 1991 - 2017

Arlington Street Theatre (Boston, Mass.)  Programs

 Collection
Call Number: Arlington Street Theatre

Correspondence regarding Thomas Pennant Barton's Library

 Collection — Container: MS 7339
Call Number: MS 7339
Scope and Contents This collection, which was removed from the book The Sketch of Thomas Barton’s Library, contains correspondence from the bookseller Thomas Rodd regarding the selling and purchase of Shakespeare’s First Folio. Other letters are responses to Barton’s description of his library and the First Folio. Barton was the first collector of Shakespeare in the United States.
Dates: 1807-1861; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1873

Milo Benedict Correspondence

 Collection — Container: MS 7372
Call Number: MS 7372
Scope and Contents This collection contains 30 letters written between 1853-1885, 10 of which were written by Milo Benedict to his family. In these letters Benedict discusses the progress he is making musically, his activities, and the places he visited in Boston. Other letters include those from his siblings in which they describe their work and leisure time.
Dates: 1876-1885; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/2015

Alexandre Benois Collection

 Collection
Call Number: MS 2029

B.F. Keith's Theatre (Boston, Mass.) Programs

 Collection
Call Number: B.F. Keith's Theatre

The Bieler Press Collection

 Collection — Container: MS 7079
Call Number: MS 7079
Scope and Contents This collection contains books and ephemera published by Bieler Press between 1976 and 1990. The Bieler Press was founded by Gerald Lange in 1975.
Dates: 1976-1990; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/2010

Boston Authors Club Records

 Collection — Container: MS BAC
Call Number: MS BAC
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence which document the activities of the Boston Authors Club from 1907-1947. Official records consist of annual reports (1940-1944), election ballots (1921-1932), editorial and membership committees (1224-1938), meeting minutes (1919-1947) and statement of agreement of association (1907; 1958). The responses from Boston authors to Thomas Wentworth Higginson’s idea in 1887 of forming a club and tributes to Harriet Beecher Stowe are included as are brochures,...
Dates: Majority of material found in 1887-1972; Other: Date acquired: 06/00/1966

Boston Ballet

 Collection
Call Number: Bos Ballet

Boston Bijou Theatre (Boston, Mass.) Programs

 Collection
Call Number: Boston Bijou Theatre

Boston (Mass.) Overseers of the Poor Indentures

 Collection
Call Number: MS 7248
Scope and Contents This collection contains 1,212 indentures that document the Overseers of the Poor of the City of Boston efforts to manage the children of the poor by placing them in house-holds where these children would have food, clothing, and shelter and receive a basic education in exchange for their labor. While the majority of the children were bound out to do housework, including knitting and sewing and farmwork, the indentures also document the kinds of trades that were open to young males in the...
Dates: 1734-1805; Acquisition: 1968

Boston (Mass.) Town Records

 Collection — Box: 1, vol. 1.
Call Number: MS f. Bos. 7