JANE COLEMAN COLLECTION: TWO

JANE COLEMAN COLLECTION – BOX 2 – CONSISTS OF SEVERAL 3 X 5 CARDS WITH TALKS, NOTES AND OTHER MATERIALS

Below is a complete list of items that are housed in the Genealogy Room of the library.

3 X 5 Cards

  1. Opening of Lake Nipmuc Park
  2. Taft Family Scrapbook
  3. Hopedale High School students, history of Hopedale
  4. Annals of Mendon- John Metcalf
  5. Taft Public Library
  6. Mendon Town Hall
  7. Schools of Mendon
  8. Changes in transportation, Mendon Village
  9. History of Lake Nipmuc
  10. Other assorted notes

Collection

  1. Post Cards of Lake Nipmuc, Old Tavern, Founders Park, “the Corner” (maybe digitize)
  2. Mendon Bicentennial Country Fair, 1975 program
  3. Summer Hotels in Mendon (or) Mendon as a Summer Resort- prepared for the Hopedale Community Historical Society, 1964. A typed talk by Jane Coleman, with newspaper articles and photos
  4. History of the Mendon Historical Museum- pamphlet
  5. “Old Houses of the Quaboag Plantation”, pamphlet, 1960. The 300th Anniversary Celebration
  6. Gleanings from Mendon’s Early History, compiled by Anna N. Pond. Date?
  7. Ernest A. Bragg, author, 1955. “A Wonderful Transformation and Some of its Results in Human History” Including: Laboratory of the Universe, The Terrestrial Laboratory, Bog Iron in the Colonies, Bog Iron Ore in Mendon
  8. Ancient Pemaquid Restoration News Journal, June 1966
  9. First Parish Church (United Church0 Brunswick, ME, 1717-1967
  10. Mendon Open House, 9/9/1961, Program
  11. Business in Mendon, MA, 1662-1956, by Earnest Bragg
  12. Indian Tribes of Maine, by Isabelle Congdon

JANE COLEMAN COLLECTION – BOX 3 – CONSISTS OF CRAFT, FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFERENCES