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2016.55.1 -

The Peabody Municipal Primary from 1959 is displayed in the Salem Evening News. The chart shows who was being nominated for Councilor at Large, Electric Light Commission and School committee. It shows how many votes the nominees recieved and how the different wards in Peabody voted. There is an * stating who was nominated in the categories. In the Peabody Municipal Primary Hawes, Murtagh, O'Donnell and McGivern were seeking to be elected. The two nominated were Murtagh and O'Donnell. For Councilor at Large Goldberg, Adamopoulos, Goutzos, Meaney, Shea, Harkins, Mahoney, Mello, McDuff, Waters, Espindle, Kiley, Southwick, Manning, Wiggin, Antonio, Connelly, Blake, Lawrence and Brennan were

2016.55.24 -

This newspaper clipping is about Miss 153, which was a rescue boat that was purchased by Post 153 of the American Legion. The boat, Miss 153 was given to Chief Wiliam C. Mahoney and the Peabody Fire Department in honor of the men who "participated in the thrilling rescue at Browns Pond. Members of the Fire Department were Capt. Charles J. Lawrence, Private Frank C. Kellett, Private William F. Frame, Private Francis J. Driscoll, Private Daniel F. Lehane, Private Peter Wheeler and Call Fireman William Wheeler. Miss 153 is a steel boat and is 14 feet long. The boat is painted red and white. Miss 153 is painted onto the boat and it also has the seal of the American Legion. The boat will be stored

2016.55.28 -

This newspaper clipping is a written history about George Peabody and the City of Peabody. It goes into the life of George Peabody and mentions the reason why he donated so much money to education was because of the lack of education he recieved while growing up. The clipping also mentions that the Queen Victoria miniature was given as a gift for the money ($3 million) George Peabody donated to "the poor of London". This was used for housing for the poor of London. It also mentions all of Peabodys donations to the Peabody Institute in Danvers Massachusettts and Baltimore Maryland, Havard, Yale, Phillips Academy, and the library in Georgetown Massachusetts. The clipping goes on to mention t

2016.55.29 -

There are three articles in this folder The first article is about the Samuel Brown School in South Peabody. This article mentions that the "new" Brown School will be "re-opened on January 1st. 1912. The article goes into depth on what the new Brown School has to offer. The school is a brick structure, two stories with six classrooms (four on the first floor, two on the second), three teachers' rooms and dressing rooms. The school also has telephones in all of the rooms to call the other classrooms and the janitor's office. The principles room (the principle is Helen O'Rourke) in located on the first floor. The janitors office, along with two playrooms (one for boys the other for girls) an

2016.55.23 -

This clipping titled Proposals for Alterations to Central Fire Station discusses the sealed proposals being sent to the Purchasing Agent at City Hall on September 19, 1941. The article notes that when the sealed proposals are recieved they will be opened publicly. Bid for the alterations are to be sent to the office of the Purchasing Agent and must be marked "Bid or Alterations to Central Fire Station". These bids should be a "certified check" of $200 dollars and be given to the city treasurer P.M. Cahill.

2016.55.26 -

This newspaper clipping is discussing the flag pole dedication at the George Peabody House. The flag pole dedication is for Peabody residents who sereved in the armed forces during World War II. The dedication had a short ceremony with a roll call of the residents who were killed in action. After the roll call, a honor salute by the Veterans Council Honor Guard was held, Taps followed after the salute. The host of the dedication was Edward Lischinsky and the master of ceremonies was Tony Koutzoukis. Both men served during World War II.

2016.55.27 -

This article is about Father Frank Toste who is a "priest/actor/teacher from Peabody Massachusetts. Toste has been a priest for the Holy Cross Fathers for the past 21 years. The Holy Cross Fathers "encourages its priests to work in non-religious institutions." Frank was also a advisor for the T.V. show M.A.S.H. From Frank Toste's obiturary: http://hosting-6751.tributes.com/obituary/show/Frank-A.-Toste-91865771 Father Toste was born on March 20, 1926 in Providence, Rhode Island, the son of Anthony and Mary (Pental) Toste. He entered the U.S. Navy in March of 1944 and was honorably discharged in 1946 after service in the U.S., Europe and Africa. He received a B.A. from Stonehill Coll

2016.55.30 -

This clipping is a home-made piece about Robert Bakeman written on lined paper. It has his picture in the middle. Robert Bakeman was the thrid mayor for the city of Peabody from 1925-1928. He first ran for mayor in 1922 and lost. It mentions that he defeated Michael J Sherry In December 1924. He defeated David A. Barry in 1926 and was then later defeated by J. Leo Sullivan in 1928. From Peabody's Elected Mayors by Phyllis Burns and Helena Minton: Robert Bakeman was born in Auburn Maine in 1879. He married June Dunn and had two children, Robert Jr. and Pauline. He came to Peabody in 1919 as the Pastor of the Second Congregational Church. He emphasized free speech and protest in the Sacco/

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Map of Peabody created in 1931. The map was created by Osborn Palmer, Engineer. The map was gridded, to allow the engineer to create further maps of each gridded area. Civil Engineer, Osborne Palmer, lived at 171 Lowell Street and had his own firm, which was located at 15 Wallis Street in Peabody. Streets include: Coolidge Avenue Matrinack Avenue Woodland Avenue Emerson Avenue Rockdale Avenue Lynn Street Bay State Street Beacon Boulevard Columbia Boulevard Aberdeen Avenue Property & Landmarks: Gentlemen Driveing Club Charles Brett William Balkus Michael J. Martin William LaBell Robert H. Higgins Amanda Vallencourt Frederick Savage Katherine Menici Mary A.

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Map of Peabody created in 1931. The map was created by Osborn Palmer, Engineer. The map was gridded, to allow the engineer to create further maps of each gridded area. Civil Engineer, Osborne Palmer, lived at 171 Lowell Street and had his own firm, which was located at 15 Wallis Street in Peabody. Streets include: Coleman Street Walcott Street Farnham Avenue Arnold Avenue Forest Street Fenton Street Summit Street Haskell Avenue Property & Landmarks: George H. King Evelyn L. Woodbury William H. Smith Agnes E. Sherry Thomas F. Little Patrick Lee Patrick H. McCarthy Arthur D. Mack William H. Foye Barbara Perry Amos K. Holden Estate - Gertrude F. Thomas, Ex.

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Map of Peabody created in 1931. The map was created by Osborn Palmer, Engineer. The map was gridded, to allow the engineer to create further maps of each gridded area. Civil Engineer, Osborne Palmer, lived at 171 Lowell Street and had his own firm, which was located at 15 Wallis Street in Peabody. Streets include: Andover Street Cross Street Sylvan Street Andover Turnpike Prospect Street Property & Landmarks: Danvers Boarder Ralph Lebel Peter & Nellie Pszylucki Josephine M. Connors, et. als. Eliza Eaton & Augusta S. Craig William & Margaret Croke Augusta S. Craig Gertrude E. Sanger Melvin H. Hicks Edward J. McGurn Manuel Varia William Chiplinsky & John Gizys

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Map of Peabody created in 1931. The map was created by Osborn Palmer, Engineer. The map was gridded, to allow the engineer to create further maps of each gridded area. Civil Engineer, Osborne Palmer, lived at 171 Lowell Street and had his own firm, which was located at 15 Wallis Street in Peabody. Streets include: Andover Street Private Road Property & Landmarks: St. John's Normal College (Should be St. Joseph Juniorate) Mary E. Reynolds Peter & Nellie Pszylucki Josephine M. Connors, el, als. Q 3

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Map of Peabody created 1931. Streets include: Abbott Street Lark Street Wagner Street Beacon Street Shilaber Street Burke Street Pierpont Street Cottage Street Osborne Street Aborn Street Fountain Street Pleasant Street Holten Street Shaws Lane Beckett Street Other Catherine Hallinan Martine J. Woods Anna C.T. Bliss John & Delia Manning Michael F. Dunleavy Margaret Dunleavy Harmon & Helen White Mary Lynah John Manning Mildred S. Ryan Eva Hoag Luella McEwen Roger & Ada Goodwin City of Peabody Thomas Smith Catherine Herwig Catherine Herwig Charles Fessenden Joseph Brooks Augusta Nash Catherine T. Hosmer Richard Welch John G. Burbeck George S. Sho

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Map of Peabody created 1931. Streets include: Winthrop Street Emmett Street Collins Street Barry Street Tremont Street Northend Street Highland Park Highaldn Highland Terrace Park Union Street Webster Street Other Helen Kossotis Geansmatski Roumeliotes Catherine Andronupolous Costas Ziarvas Morris Flynn Stamatio Parianos George N. Laakos Olga Maki & Elli Sjarvos James Lillis et al Frank J. Silva Costa Andreades Dimitia Roumeliotes Mary A. Crowley Manuel M. Mello Francisco Mello Walter W. Lindgren Cadena Papadopoulas Barbara Arados Jose & Laurintina Tavares Catherine Walsh James J. Ward Elizabeth Foster Marion Luzinski City of Peabody Mary C. McCa

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Map of Peabody created in 1931. The map was created by Osborn Palmer, Engineer. The map was gridded, to allow the engineer to create further maps of each gridded area. Civil Engineer, Osborne Palmer, lived at 171 Lowell Street and had his own firm, which was located at 15 Wallis Street in Peabody. Streets include: Lynn Street Anderson Road Road Property & Landmarks: Spring Pond City of Peabody Eastern Massachusetts Electric Co, leesee Henry N. Batchelder Heirs F. Lewis Newhall William S. Bowen P 18

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Map of Peabody created in 1931. The map was created by Osborn Palmer, Engineer. The map was gridded, to allow the engineer to create further maps of each gridded area. Civil Engineer, Osborne Palmer, lived at 171 Lowell Street and had his own firm, which was located at 15 Wallis Street in Peabody. Streets include: Spring Pond Road Property & Landmarks: City of Peabody Spring Pond Lynn Boarder Salem Boarder F. Lewis Newhall William S. Bowen Henry M. Batchelder Heirs P 19 P 20 & Q 19

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Map of Peabody created in 1931. The map was created by Osborn Palmer, Engineer. The map was gridded, to allow the engineer to create further maps of each gridded area. Civil Engineer, Osborne Palmer, lived at 171 Lowell Street and had his own firm, which was located at 15 Wallis Street in Peabody. Streets include: Private Road Property & Landmarks: St. John's Normal College (Should be St. Joseph Juniorate) Elizabeth M. Wilson Q 4

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Map of Peabody created in 1931. The map was created by Osborn Palmer, Engineer. The map was gridded, to allow the engineer to create further maps of each gridded area. Civil Engineer, Osborne Palmer, lived at 171 Lowell Street and had his own firm, which was located at 15 Wallis Street in Peabody. Streets include: Private Road Property & Landmarks: St. John's Normal College (Should be St. Joseph Juniorate) Q 5

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Map of Peabody created in 1931. The map was created by Osborn Palmer, Engineer. The map was gridded, to allow the engineer to create further maps of each gridded area. Civil Engineer, Osborne Palmer, lived at 171 Lowell Street and had his own firm, which was located at 15 Wallis Street in Peabody. Streets include: Lowell Street Property & Landmarks: St. John's Normal College (Should be St. Joseph Juniorate) Mary G. Smith Herbert V. Hunt Proctors Brook Boston & Maine Railroad (Lowell Branch) Flavia M. Ray Susie B. King M. J. Gilmore Estate Joseph M. Gilmore Johanna McVann James J. Conway, Jr. Q 6

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Map of Peabody created in 1931. The map was created by Osborn Palmer, Engineer. The map was gridded, to allow the engineer to create further maps of each gridded area. Civil Engineer, Osborne Palmer, lived at 171 Lowell Street and had his own firm, which was located at 15 Wallis Street in Peabody. Streets include: Audette Street Ellsworth Street Hunt Street Columbus Road Lowell Street Forest Street Property & Landmarks: Flavia M. Ray Mary G. Smith Abby C. King Fred M. Shaw W.F. Howe Clarence Murray Katherine M. Kellett William F. Marsh Ruth Copeland Elizabeth W. Sullivan D.S. Hickey Ellen L. noonan George Kastanko Lucinda P. Lynch Edward J. Poor Herbert