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Image of 2016.60.30 - Print, Photographic

2016.60.30 - Print, Photographic

In 1997 the Library Trustee's hired J. Michael Franceschi who was the director of the Greenfield Public Library before becoming the director of the Peabody Institute. The party was held on Sunday, February 23, 1997. A photo of an unknown boy; Helen McDonald; two unknown women in the background and an unknown woman in white. He was an army officer from 1968-1970 and completed "his bachelor's degree from Northeastern University, a master's in European history from the University of Connecticut and his master's in library science from Simmons College" according to the "Peabody & Lynnfield Weekly News" from February 27th, 1997. Prior to working at Peabody he was the assistant director at the M

Image of 2016.60.32 - Print, Photographic

2016.60.32 - Print, Photographic

In 1997 the Library Trustee's hired J. Michael Franceschi who was the director of the Greenfield Public Library before becoming the director of the Peabody Institute. The party was held on Sunday, February 23, 1997. A photo of assistant director, Helen Pappas. He was an army officer from 1968-1970 and completed "his bachelor's degree from Northeastern University, a master's in European history from the University of Connecticut and his master's in library science from Simmons College" according to the "Peabody & Lynnfield Weekly News" from February 27th, 1997. Prior to working at Peabody he was the assistant director at the Medford Public Library and director of the Memorial Library in Yar

Image of 2016.60.33 - Print, Photographic

2016.60.33 - Print, Photographic

In 1997 the Library Trustee's hired J. Michael Franceschi who was the director of the Greenfield Public Library before becoming the director of the Peabody Institute. The party was held on Sunday, February 23, 1997. A photo of J. Michael Franceschi and Library Trustee, David Hallinan, standing with their backs to Queen Victoria to they can address the people at the reception. He was an army officer from 1968-1970 and completed "his bachelor's degree from Northeastern University, a master's in European history from the University of Connecticut and his master's in library science from Simmons College" according to the "Peabody & Lynnfield Weekly News" from February 27th, 1997. Prior to work

Image of 2016.60.41 - Print, Photographic

2016.60.41 - Print, Photographic

In 1997 the Library Trustee's hired J. Michael Franceschi who was the director of the Greenfield Public Library before becoming the director of the Peabody Institute. The party was held on Sunday, February 23, 1997. A photo of J. Michael Franceschi and Library Trustee, David Hallinan, standing with their backs to Queen Victoria to they can address the people at the reception. He was an army officer from 1968-1970 and completed "his bachelor's degree from Northeastern University, a master's in European history from the University of Connecticut and his master's in library science from Simmons College" according to the "Peabody & Lynnfield Weekly News" from February 27th, 1997. Prior to work

Image of 2016.90.1 - Postcard

2016.90.1 - Postcard

A postcard of Peabody Square taken from Main Street. The South Church; Civil War Monument and Allens Block can all be seen in the photo. On the front handwritten is "A happy New Year to All. January 1, 1906 - Everett." on the back the card is addressed to Mrs. Jos. M. Hoyt at 145 Lewis Street Lynn, MA. The postcard has a copyright of 1905 by Rotograph Company of New York.

Image of 2016.93.1 - Print, Photographic

2016.93.1 - Print, Photographic

A photography of the Rev. Herbert Leonard Howard. He was born in Tama, Iowa on 8, September 1868. He completed his M.Div at the Rochester Theological Seminary, now thie Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School, in 1900 and was ordained in Naples, New York on the 16th, November 1900. Among the places he worked included: Naples, New York; Newbert, Oregon; Dunkirk, New York, Randolph, Massachusetts where he has the First Baptist Church pastor; and finally Peabody in January of 1920 and lived at 5 School Street. He became the pastor at the First Baptist Church in Peabody on 1, January 1920. That same year someone had willed him $21,000. According to an article from the Middlebury Register f

Image of 2017.11.3 - Postcard

2017.11.3 - Postcard

A postcard of Buxtons Hill looking Southeast towards Peabody. The postcard was published by the Peabody Historical Society in 1905 as part of a series of scenes of Peabody in the early 20th century.

Image of 2017.25.1 - Photograph

2017.25.1 - Photograph

A photo of Marguerite Shirley Parker (1920-2003). On the back of the photograph reads: "Marguerite Parker / Her gradmother was my father's only sister" signed L.E. Marguerite Shirley Parker was most likely born on the 16, September 1920 in Lynn, Massachusetts. Her father was Lowell King Parker (1896-1985) worked as an engineer and her mother Alice M. (Surridge) Parker who was born in New York, according to the 1930 census and U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index from 1936-2007. The Parkers most likely moved to Peabody in 1925 because Lowell is shown to have paid his $2 poll tax that year. They lived at 14 Hillside Avenue in Peabody. In the 1940 census she was 19 years o

Image of 2017.25.2 - Photograph

2017.25.2 - Photograph

A photo of Marguerite Shirley Parker (1920-2003). Marguerite Shirley Parker was most likely born on the 16, September 1920 in Lynn, Massachusetts. Her father was Lowell King Parker (1896-1985) worked as an engineer and her mother Alice M. (Surridge) Parker who was born in New York, according to the 1930 census and U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index from 1936-2007. The Parkers most likely moved to Peabody in 1925 because Lowell is shown to have paid his $2 poll tax that year. They lived at 14 Hillside Avenue in Peabody. In the 1940 census she was 19 years old and had completed 2 years of college. According to Polk Street Directories she worked as a secretary. In the 1971

Image of 2017.25.3 - Photograph

2017.25.3 - Photograph

A photo of Marguerite Shirley Parker (1920-2003). Marguerite Shirley Parker was most likely born on the 16, September 1920 in Lynn, Massachusetts. Her father was Lowell King Parker (1896-1985) worked as an engineer and her mother Alice M. (Surridge) Parker who was born in New York, according to the 1930 census and U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index from 1936-2007. The Parkers most likely moved to Peabody in 1925 because Lowell is shown to have paid his $2 poll tax that year. They lived at 14 Hillside Avenue in Peabody. In the 1940 census she was 19 years old and had completed 2 years of college. According to Polk Street Directories she worked as a secretary. In the 1971

Image of 2017.31.1 - Photograph

2017.31.1 - Photograph

A photo of Babe Zaharias (June 26, 1911 – September 27, 1956) at Salem Country Club in Peabody. She had just won her third Women's National Open Golf Championship. This was the last LPGA major she won before her death in 1956. The caption on the photo reads: (Bx6) Peabody, Mass., July 3 - Big Cup for Big-Hearted Babe - A victory smile tells the story of a great comeback as Babe Zaharias holds cup after winning her thrid Women's National Open Golf Championship by 12 strokes today. Nearly counted out by cancer a year ago, the Babe led the three-day tournament all the way for a 291 total over the rugged 6,393 yeard Salem Country Club course (AP Wirephoto) (dcg71910jwg) 1954 On the back

Image of 2017.31.2 - Photograph

2017.31.2 - Photograph

An Acme Telephoto image of a fire in Peabody. The caption does not specify the names of the fire or the buildings, but this images is most likely from M.W. Ellis Grain and Salwin Leather Company fire from August of 1951. The fire took place on Walnut Street. The fire also affected Korn Leather Company and J.F. Burnett Boiler Works. In "The Peabody Times" article the fire had flames reaching 125 in the air. Four fire fighters were injured. The photo caption reads: BG-139-8/4-Peabody, Mass.-General view of the estimated $300,000 fire which destroyed a large granary, gutted a leather factory and partially destroyed a second tannery in the heart of the business district early this mornin

Image of 2017.34.1 - Photograph

2017.34.1 - Photograph

A photo of Rico Petrocelli (1943- ) who played for the Boston Red Sox from 1963-1976 playing drums at a club in Peabody. The caption reads: BHP-121801-12/18/67-Peabody, Mass.: When he isn't working out with teammates Carl Yastrzemski at a local health club, Rico Petrocelli of the Red Sox is home practising on his drums. Rico, who is an excellent drummer as well as a standout shortstop, is looking for others to form a jazz combo. United Press International Telephoto -gr- On the back there is a barcord from the seller, and two stamps.

Image of 2017.45.1.A - Photograph

2017.45.1.A - Photograph

A 7 x 11.1 cm (2 3/4" x 4 3/8th") photo of a street view of the house at 33 North Central Street in Peabody. It is unclear who or why the photograph was taken. The photo is form the early 20th century.

Image of 2017.45.1.B - Photograph

2017.45.1.B - Photograph

A 7 x 11.1 cm (2 3/4" x 4 3/8th") side view of the house at 33 North Central Street in Peabody. It is unclear who or why the photograph was taken. There appears to be someone sitting in the picture, but it is unknown who the preson is. The photo is form the early 20th century.

Image of 2017.45.2.A - Photograph

2017.45.2.A - Photograph

A 5.1 x 7.5 cm photo of a house located at Proctor's Crossing in Peabody. This would be at the intersection of Lowell Street and Prospect Street. It is unclear who or why the photograph was taken. If this was a mill at Proctor's Crossing it was owned by Charles S. Emmerton in 1888-9 or by Augustine L. Babbidge in 1899.

Image of 2017.45.2.B - Photograph

2017.45.2.B - Photograph

A 5.6 x 5.8 cm cm photo of a house located at Proctor's Crossing in Peabody. This would be at the intersection of Lowell Street and Prospect Street. It is unclear who or why the photograph was taken. If this was a mill at Proctor's Crossing it was owned by Charles S. Emmerton in 1888-9 or by Augustine L. Babbidge in 1899. The photo is form the early 20th century.

Image of 2017.48.1 - Photograph

2017.48.1 - Photograph

A photo mounted on a backing board. The photo is 7.5" X 9.5". The men in the Angus Reid Moving Van are from Post #50 in Peabody. There is a veteran sitting up front who is wearing a POW badge. There appears to be a few others who are wearing the similar badge. According to "The Salem Evening News" from Friday, November 13, 1925 the photo is from 1912. The members in the van are enroute to West Peabody for Morning Exercises. Jefferson K. Cole, the Commander, is the second many from the right on the first seat. The man beside the chauffeur is Benjamin Beckett, Senior Vice Commander. Among the members in the truck are: Poole, Bradford, Warner, Dalton, Hutchinson, Larrabee, Carr, Beckett.

Image of 2017.50.1 - Carte-de-visite

2017.50.1 - Carte-de-visite

A carte-de-visite of William F. Wiley (W.F. Wiley). Wiley served in the Eighth Massachusetts infantry in the summer of 1861 and the 24th Massachusetts for the rest of the war. He was born in Conway, New Hampshire on January 3, 1838. He attended school in Fryeburg, ME and then moved to Salem, MA when he was twenty years old. After the war he worked in the leather industry with Charles M. Poor under the name Wiley & Poor. Wiley would later open an leather factory in Orleans, N.Y. and returned to Peabody in 1900 because he was appointed postmaster of Peabody by President William McKinley and would be reappointed by Theodore Roosevelt until 1912. He died in Peabody on February 17, 1916. Wi

Image of 2017.62.1 - Photograph, Digital

2017.62.1 - Photograph, Digital

The photo is from circa 1935-1936. Names are listed from the top row to the bottom row and left to right. Row 1: Josephine Parker, Elmer Walters, Henry Russell, Elizabeth Ollibany [?], Arthur [Unclear], Nancy King, Gloria Parker Row 2: Betty Trask, Nicholas [Unclear], Charles Wilkins, Virginia Walsh, [Unclear] Wentworth, [Unclear] [Unclear] Anna Parsons, Row 3: [Unclear] [Unclear], John Drago, William Lawrence, Teddy Galinski, Billy Ellis, Eva Seto Row 4: Ruth McGrath, Patsy [Unclear], William Mc [Unclear], Eleanor Ames, George Chase, Alice [Unclear] Row 5: Rose [Unclear], Norman [Unclear], John Beggati, Anne Gilmore, Arthur Davidson, Alice [Unclear]