Boston (Mass.) -- Centennial celebrations, etc.
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Publications produced by the Boston 200 Committee, which was created to organize the celebration of the Bicentennial of the United States in Boston. Includes an official guidebook, final report, the neighborhood history series and other publications.
Celebration of the centennial anniversary of the Battle of Bunker Hill. With an appendix containing a survey of the literature of the battle, its antecedents and results., 1875
Compiled by James M. Bugbee. The oration was by Gen. Charles Devens. The bibliographical appendix was prepared by Justin Winsor. Four illustrations. Another edition has the imprint of A. Williams & Co., Boston, 1875.
Includes photographs documenting greetings from Boston, England for 225th anniversary in 1955; one photograph of City Clerk Wilfred Doyle, circa 1928; and one photograph of unidentified individual in City Clerk's Office (possibly City Clerk Edward J. Donovan), 1907.
March 17, 1876. Celebration of the centennial anniversary of the evacuation of Boston by the British army, March 17, 1776. Reception of the Washington Medal. Oration delivered in Music Hall, and a chronicle of the siege of Boston, by George E. Ellis., 1876
Objects kept in the custody of the City Clerk. Includes a gold pen belonging to the Clerk of the Common Council from 1845, the baton used by the Chief Marshals at the parades celebrating the 250th and 350th anniversary of the settlement of Boston, the city seals of Boston, Roxbury and Hyde Park, a minor's bootblack badge and a minor's newsboy badge.
Tercentenary of the founding of Boston: an account of the celebration marking the three hundredth anniversary of the settlement of the site of the City of Boston, Massachusetts, 1930
Collection of publications produced by the Mayor's Office and various offices within the Mayor's Office on many topics relating to Boston.