2. Southeastern Massachusetts Historical Collections
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Catholic Woman's Club additions
New Bedford Chapter of the American Production and Inventory Control Society records
New Bedford Textile Worker’s Strike of 1928 oral history interviews and research papers
Charlton family papers
This collection was compiled by Earle Perry Charlton II, E.P. Charlton’s grandson. It includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, several artifacts and photographs.
Milton A. Travers papers
Swift and Wesselhoeft family papers
Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust and Trustees of Reservations, Slocum’s River Reserve Oral History Project interviews
The oral history project grew out of a desire to document the how and why of this massive conservation project. All interviews were conducted by Edith Swift of Thirroul, Australia, part time resident of South Dartmouth, whose family has ties to the region. The collection includes audio cassette recordings of the interviews, all conducted in 2002 and 2003, transcriptions and indices to some of the interviews. All of the interviews have been transcribed.
“Patrician homes of New Bedford” handwritten journal
Company E 1st Regiment Infantry of Massachusetts MVM (New Bedford, Mass.) records
Minutes of the regular monthly meetings of the regiment, which took place at the armory. Pages are numbered. There is no index.