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2014.31.12 -

PIL Papers - Series 6 - Box 1 - Folder 12 - Proposed Changes at Peabody Institute Library Children's room would have a wing off of the building on the right side with its own entrance along with other changes.

2014.31.13 -

PIL Papers - Series 6 - Box 1 - Folder 13 - Plan Showing Land owned by Peabody Library There was an apartment building on the library property. The apartment building was facing Main Street.

2014.31.2 -

PIL Papers - Series 6 - Box 1 - Folder 1 - Plan contract for Lyceum Seats, 1886. Plan contract for Lyceum Seats, 1886. The lyceum could hold 626 seats and had 30" between rows.

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2014.31.20 -

Blueprints and drawings for propsed changes to the library. Some were made while others were not. The materials and labor that is required for the remodeling of the Library would be done in accordance with the plans, designs, drawings and specifications furnished by Lord & Fuller Architects at 19 Exchange Place in Boston. The proposed alterations would consits of finishing of the reading room in front of present building. In the finishing of the new Directors' and Trustees' rooms in the present Library room. Two new wings on the sides would also contain new staris, new entrances, new steps among other changes. In the removal of the present entrance and front wall first story, and subst

2014.31.21 -

Plan of the Peabody Institute Library form deeds in 1918.

2014.31.29 -

Memo about the electrical work that is to be done on the house including what work needs to be done on each floor and time from for the work to be done.

2014.31.34 -

Floor plan of Children's Room including where furniture would go and the layout of the shelving. The room would allow for 29 readers. The scale is 0.25 in = 1 ft.

2014.31.3 -

PIL Papers - Series 6 - Box 1 - Folder 2 - Specifications for alterations and additions to House, Wallis Street, Peabody, Mass, John M. Gray, architect

2014.31.33 -

Floor plan for public reading space in the back area where the Directors office is now. There would be space for 16 readings at two tables. The rails would be removed. Scale is 0.25 in = 1 ft.

2014.31.37 -

Drawings of reading room entry way for the library back in the day.

2014.31.38 -

Plan of first floor showing alterations by William P. Clough, in Everett, Mass. with a scale of 1/4 in = 1 ft.

2014.31.39 -

Report on "Specifications for Alterations and Additions to House, Wallis Street, Peabody, Mass. For Trustees of Peabody Institute, Peabody, Mass." Reprot has a title page and two pages of the report. Unknown the date.

2014.31.42.E -

stencil from the preservation of the Sutton Room celling.

2014.31.4 -

PIL Papers - Series 6 - Box 1 - Folder 3 - Plan showing framing of Library & Gallery. shows were and types of boards used for the building of the library and gallery. First floor mostly uses 3x9' boards; second floor uses 4x12' and 3x11'; the gallery uses mainly 3x12' boards.

2014.31.41 -

Exhibit Labels for George Peabody Case and Sutton Room Events. All the people are glued onto black construction paper. All the people are musicians. They include: Pat Metheny Chick Corea John Williams Duke Ellington Glen Miller Louis Armstrong Robert Schumann Scott Jopllin Franz Liszt Stephen Collins Foster

2014.31.42.A -

stencil outline for the renovation of the Sutton Room celling.

2014.31.42.B -

stencil used for the preservation of the celling in the Sutton Room.

2014.31.42.I -

stencil from the preservation of the Sutton Room celling.

2014.31.42.J -

stencil from the preservation of the Sutton Room celling.

2014.31.42.K -

stencil from the preservation of the Sutton Room ceiling.