|Catalog Number/Object ID||2010-1000-01202|
|Object Name||Binder, Ring|
|Scope & Content/Description||
A large three ring binder with a black cover, It contains 28 page protectors which each containing one or more pamphlets or other item of Marblehead history as follows:
#001 A single sheet printed on both sides containing an andvertisement for a comedy drama "Batchelor Hall" presented by M.H.S. Senior Class in the Lyceum Theater on April 23 & 24 1914.
It also contains advertisements from various Marblehead merchants of that same period.
#002 Two booklet. ! an illustrated booklets "Sorosis Farms" (see catalog # 2008-002-00002) and "The Commerce of Marblehead, 1665-1775" (a reprint of Essex Inst. Historical Collection , Aprip 1932)
#003 Two copies of "Marblehead, A Souviner (See catalog #2001-080-00734A&B)
#004 One copy of booklet Marblehead 1972 by Charlott F. Roads (see cataloge # 2012-033-00127)
#005 One copy of booklet Marblehead Tercentenary 1649-1949 (see catalog # 2010-1000-01100)
#006 One copy of booklet Marblehead 1993 (see 2003020-026)
#007 Two copies of "Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of California 1991 Engagement Calender" a 12 month calender for 1991 with the image of the painting of Spirit of '76 Marblehead version but the image reversed.
#008 Two copies of " Word Pictures of Olde Marblehead" a booklet of poems. Both copies are signed by the author.
#009 a copy of a booklet titled 1925 Historic North Shore with a fold out map of Salem and many adverisments of Salem busineses.
#010 a copy of a booklet published by the Boston & Maine R.R. in 1892 with information on the area served by the railroad.
#011 Nineteen unused penny postcards with "RACE COMMITTEE, Eastern Yacht Club - Marblehead, Massachusetts" on the reverse side.
#012 Two unused envelopes and eleven unused note sheets from the "OAKUM BAY SHIP MODELS< Stacey Street, Marblehead, Mass."
#013 A booklet for "Hennessey Marine Classes" for children making model yachts" date 1925 at Marblehead, Edgartown, Osterville, and Falmouth
#014 a single sheet program for the "Presentation of Colors to the 10th. Deck division , Mass. Naval Militia by the People of Marblehead, Abbot Hall, Sunday Evening, February 25, 1917" (Note: names are in people section)
#015 Pamphlet "An Old Marblehead Garden" contains 11 pages of description and six B&W photos.Written by Elijah Bruce, Price one Shilling. Published 1902.
#016 Booklet "Rules and Regulations for the government of the Police Department of the Town of Marblehead 1902 . (see catalog # 2004-035-0500 for details.
#017 Booklet (missing pages pages 7,8,9 &10) Town By-laws to be acted on at the Adjourned Town Meeting January 4, 1916 Marblehead, Mass.
#018 Booklet "Marblehead Matters, A Guide to Local Government" prepared by the League of Women Voters 1999. (see catalog #2010-1000-01085)
#019 Booklet "Marblehead Forever" 1649-1960 by the League of Women Voters (see catalog #2005-018-00122)
#020 Booklet The Lure of Marblehead, by Virginia C. Gamage and Priscella S. Lord (see catalog # 2009-007-00035)
# 021 Program of Presentation Ceremonies for the Army-Navy "E" Pennant to James E. Graves, Incorporated Marblehead, Mass. 29 January 1943.
#022 Booklet "Marblehead Planing board, Proposed Zoning Law for the Town of Marblehead (No date noted)
#023 Booklet "Marblehead Neck Directory compiled by R. L. Wilkinson, Published by Marblehead Neck Improvement Association, Inc., 1946 (see catalog # 1994-023-115)
#024 "An Address Delivered Before the Columbian Society, of Marblehead" on 8 Jan. 1839, by Joseph H. Prince. 44 pages printed at the Gazette Office Salem, 1839
#025 A printed Sermon titled "The Sin of Duelling" preached at Marblehead on 5 April 1838 by M. A. H. Niles, pastor or the First Church in Marblehead.
#026 Five items about the Uss Glover
1. Booklet "Silver Service Presentation Ceremony 21 October 1967
2-4 Booklets Welcom Aboard, Uss Glover
5 A single sheet dated Sunday, 7 July 1985 with information for visitors.
#027 Booklet "The Service of Marblehead to the United States Navy "
By Capt. Thomas G. Frothingham
Reprinted from the US Naval Institute Proceedings Dec 1926 . (see catalog # 2001-070-0518)
#028 31 loose pages of photocopied pages from a paper "Extracts, relating to the Origin of the American Navy compiled by Herty E. Waite, Published by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 1890.
|Year Range from||1665|
|Year Range to||1993|
Kelley, George P.
Adams, John Q. S., YM3
Balch, Gordon H., CM2
Ballard, Philip J., Seaman
Bartlett, Howard, W., BM3
Bishop, Theodore, Seaman
Blackford, William H., BM3
Boston, John A., Seaman
Bridgeo, William R. Seaman
Brown, Samuel H., Jr., BM1
Brown, William B., Seaman
Cabot, norman W., Ens.
Caswell, Edward H., Jr., Bugler
Chapman, Samuel, Seaman
Clark, John W., Seaman
Cloutman, Edward H., Seaman
Cole, John E., Seaman
Dale, Herbert, Seaman
Dane, Chester L., Lt(jg)
Davidson, Frank C., Seaman
Doane, Ernest S., Ens.
Doane, Lewis, Cadet
Fearing, George R., ET3
Feldman, Richard, Seaman
Freeto, Henry H., Seaman
Giles, John E., BM3
Glass, Frank C., Seaman
Glover, Edmund F., Jr. Seaman
Goodwin, Howard B. Seaman
Graves, Ralph P., Cadet
Harrold, Willard H., Seaman
Howe, Ernest, Seaman
Humphrey, William E., GM3
Jewett, Frederick C. QM3
Jordan, Parker C., Seaman
Kidder, Arthur C., GM3
Knight, Albert L., Cook 3rd class
Londregan, George E., Seaman
Lynch, Edward T., Seaman
Martin, Luther, Seaman
Martin, W. Gerry, BM2
Martin. Percy L., Seaman
Mason, Henry,C. S., CBM
Morrill, George H., Seaman
Nicjerson, Fred W., Seaman
Noyes, William R., Seaman
O'Brien, James F., Seaman
Riley, Everett E., Qm3
Roach, Willard A., BM3
Rose, Robert W., Seaman
Round, John H., Seaman
Ryan,Thomas E., Seaman
Schofield, Henry W., BM3
Smith, Frank, Seaman
Snow, David O., Jr., CM3
Snow, Donald A., Seaman
Snow, Herman F., GM3
Steele, Everett V., Cadet
Thorner, Frederick P., Seaman
Trefry, Russell G., Seaman
Tuckerman, Bayard, Jr., CM3
Webster, Cliford L., MM2
Weed, Allen D., Seaman
Woodfin, Harold W., Seaman
Woodfin, William L. Seaman
|Lexicon category||6: T&E For Communication|
|Lexicon sub-category||Written Communication T&E|