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This collection consists of records related to all three generations of the Goulart family; Walter Goulart, Arthur Goulart I, Arthur Goulart Jr. and Arthur Goulart III. In the collection are photographs, albums, marriage, birth certificates, personal items and letters.
George Amaral personal papers and family collection
The collection genealogical research, books and photographs on the Amaral family. In addition, there are newspapers clippings, correspondence, photographs and personal writings belonging to George and his sister Sylvia.
Project for Non-English Speaking Children records
The collection consists of newspaper articles, photographs from newspapers, correspondence, student enrollment lists, projects, articles on the progress of bilingual education and legal documents.
Frances Sylvia Gracia papers and Portuguese-American collection
This collection consists of materials related to Ms. Gracia’s career and interest in the Portuguese-American community, such as personal research into genealogical background. Along with this collection are personal documents such as photographs, albums, books, newspaper clippings and personal items belonging to Ms. Frances S.Gracia.
Antonio Casanova collection
Collection is comprised of medals, awards, photographs, certificates and documents related to Sergeant Antonio C. Casanova’s military career at the Sewart Air Force Base in Tennessee and the Langley Air Force Base in Virginia.
Idilio Nunes Portuguese music collection
Holy Ghost collection
Eduardo Lacerda literary papers
Short stories and poetry about the Island of Faial, Azores, in Portuguese. In addition an extensive collection of poetry written in English along with the manuscript for “Poetic Variations”, published in 2002.
Rita Marinho papers
Portuguese-American calendar collection
Collection consists of tear-away calendars advertising Portuguese-American businesses in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and California. These calendars were commonly given to customers by businesses as promotional merchandise. It was not unusual within the Portuguese-American community to send these calendars to friends and family in Portugal, where they were displayed in homes.