Otis, Harrison Gray, 1765-1848
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
An Address to the Members of the City Council on the Removal of the Municipal Government to the Old State House by Harrison Gray Otis, 1830
Item — Publications: PB 005
Scope and Contents note This collection includes records relating to the celebration of the 300th anniversary of the founding of Boston. Mayor James M. Curley served as the honorary chairman of the Boston Tercentenary Committee. Included in the collection is a time capsule that was created by the city government for the bicentennial celebration with instructions to be opened by the Mayor on September 17, 1930. The materials in the time capsule document the 200th anniversary celebration. Also included is a letter from...
City Council correspondence relating to the Sale of Eastern Township Land owned by City of Boston in Maine
Series — Box: SB - 008, Folder: 1-2
Scope and Contents note These materials are primarily composed of letters from Hill & Starrett to Mayor Harrison Gray Otis or Francis Jackson, Land Commissioner. They also include offers or inquiries from various persons interested in purchasing the property. Two or three copies of letters from Mayor Otis are included. A hand-drawn map of the property can be found in the City Council Docket Documents, # 1833-0074-B3.