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004 unkn William F Cashman photo 2
004 unkn William F Cashman photo 2
Photo of William F. Cashman found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn William F Cashman photo 3
004 unkn William F Cashman photo 3
A photo of William F. Cashman found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn William F Cashman photo in scrapbook
004 unkn William F Cashman photo in scrapbook
This photo of William F. Cashman was found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn William F Cashman with family dog
004 unkn William F Cashman with family dog
William F. Cashman with the family dog. This photo was found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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005 1910s William Cashman with dog
005 1910s William Cashman with dog
A photo of William Cashman sitting outdoors with his dog. Note that the middle finger of William's right hand is missing. Appoximate date of photo derived from the fact that William died in 1918 and had no missing fingers in a photo taken around 1914. [Photo credit: collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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005 1914c Edward Leo Cashman headshot
005 1914c Edward Leo Cashman headshot
Edward Leo Cashman (1896-1951) [Photo credit: collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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005 1914c Mary F Murphy headshot
005 1914c Mary F Murphy headshot
Mary Frances Murphy Cashman (1860-1925) 
 
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005 1914c William Cashman family
005 1914c William Cashman family
This family photo shows a seated William Cashman (1859-1918) around age 55, with his wife Mary Frances Murphy (1860-1925) around age 54. His elder son, Edward Leo Cashman (1896-1951) is standing directly behind him and would have been about 18 years old at the time. His younger son, William F. Cashman (1901-1954), is standing to his left and would have been about 13 years old. Approximate date of photo derived from William Francis Cashman's estimated age of 13 years and on the style of Mary's clothes. [Photo credit: collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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005 1914c William Francis Cashman
005 1914c William Francis Cashman
William Francis Cashman around age 13. [Photo credit: collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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005 2006c 117 Cross Street address marker
005 2006c 117 Cross Street address marker
Address marker for the house at 117 Cross Street. This is the house that was built by William Cashman in 1890 and housed his family until after his and his wife's deaths in 1918 and 1925 respectively. Until about 1911, this address was known as 41 Cross Street. 
 
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005 2006c 117 Cross Street garage
005 2006c 117 Cross Street garage
This is the front of the garage at 117 Cross Street. Originally, the land that it sits on belonged to John Cashman, but in 1911 he sold this narrow strip of land to his brother William, so that William could have room to build a garage. Until about 1911, this address was known as 41 Cross Street. 
 
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005 2006c 117 Cross Street south side
005 2006c 117 Cross Street south side
View of the south side of the house at 117 Cross Street in West Quincy, MA. This is the house that was built by William Cashman in 1890 and housed his family until after his and his wife's deaths in 1918 and 1925 respectively. In January of 1891 it was considered the most modern house in West Quincy because it contained all the latest improvements: electric lights, steam heat, tubs and bathrooms. Until about 1911, this address was known as 41 Cross Street. 
 
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005 2006c 117 Cross Street southeast corner
005 2006c 117 Cross Street southeast corner
View from the southeast corner of the house at 117 Cross Street in West Quincy, MA. This is the house that was built by William Cashman in 1890 and housed his family until after his and his wife's deaths in 1918 and 1925 respectively. Until about 1911, this address was known as 41 Cross Street. 
 
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005 2012 117 Cross Street driveway and garage
005 2012 117 Cross Street driveway and garage
Driveway and garage at 117 Cross Street. This narrow strip of land was purchased by William Cashman from his brother John Cashman in 1911 so that William would have room to add a garage and driveway on the south side of his house. Until about 1911, this address was known as 41 Cross Street. 
 
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005 2012 117 Cross Street east side
005 2012 117 Cross Street east side
View of the east side (street side) of the house at 117 Cross Street in West Quincy, MA. This is the house that was built by William Cashman in 1890 and housed his family until after his and his wife's deaths in 1918 and 1925 respectively. In January of 1891 it was considered the most modern house in West Quincy because it contained all the latest improvements: electric lights, steam heat, tubs and bathrooms. Until about 1911, this address was known as 41 Cross Street. 
 
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005 2012 117 Cross Street northeast corner
005 2012 117 Cross Street northeast corner
View showing the street sign and northeast corner of the house at 117 Cross Street in West Quincy, MA. This is the house that was built by William Cashman in 1890 and housed his family until after his and his wife's deaths in 1918 and 1925 respectively. In January of 1891 it was considered the most modern house in West Quincy because it contained all the latest improvements: electric lights, steam heat, tubs and bathrooms. Until about 1911, this address was known as 41 Cross Street. 
 
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005 unkn William Cashman headshot
005 unkn William Cashman headshot
 
 
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005 unkn William Cashman portrait
005 unkn William Cashman portrait
A portrait of William Cashman 
 
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005 unkn William Cashman portrait matted
005 unkn William Cashman portrait matted
Elmer Chickering (1857-1915) was a photographer specializing in portraits in Boston, Massachusetts, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He kept a studio on West Street, and photographed politicians, actors, athletes and other public figures such as John Philip Sousa, Sarah Winnemucca, Edmund Breese, and the Boston Americans. Text on matte reads: "E. Chickering & Co., 21 West St., BOSTON" Text on folder front reads: "E. Chickering Co. Leading Photographers 21 West Street Boston" [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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006 1858c Cashman family portrait
006 1858c Cashman family portrait
This is a tintype copy of an older ambrotype taken circa 1858. It is believed to be an image of James Cashman, his wife, Catherine Long, and their first seven children. This image was sent to Maureen Taylor, a nationally-known photo historian, for analysis and she said that it looks like it was taken in the 1858-1860 time frame because of the very wide collars that everyone is wearing and the style of the clothing of the women and children. In 1858, James Cashman and Catherine Long had seven children:  Joanna, Julia, John, Dennis, Catherine, James Timothy and Mary Priscilla. Three more children would be born later: William in 1859, Ellen in 1862, and Luke J. in 1866.
From left to right, the children in the photo would be...John Cashman (approx. 9 yrs old), Johanna Cashman (approx. 13 yrs old), James Timothy Cashman (approx. 2 yrs old), baby, Mary Priscilla Cashman (approx. 8 mos old), Dennis J. Cashman (approx. 7 yrs old), Catherine Cashman (approx. 4 yrs old), and Julia Cashman (approx. 11 yrs old). In the center of the photo there are three adults. The imposing man with the suit and tie could only be James Cashman. The woman to the right of center must be his wife Catherine Long. Due to the striking resemblance of the two adult women, Maureen Taylor was of the opinion that they were closely related, probably mother and daughter, as they have the same face shape, eyes, nose and mouth.

It was common during this time period to pose a family matriarch in the center of the photo, a place of honor. It is possible that Catherine’s mother, Julia Long, may have come for a visit and gone back to Ireland at a later date. According to Maureen, this was not unheard of in the mid-1850s, but definitely a big enough deal that you might want to have a photo taken to commemorate the occasion.
It is believed that the three adults in the center of the photo are James Cashman - family patriarch (age 38), Julia McNamara Long (Catherine's visiting mother), Catherine Long Cashman (age 34).

[Photo credit: Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c Catherine Cashman headshot
006 1858c Catherine Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. Catherine would have been about 4 years old when this photograph was taken. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c Catherine Long headshot
006 1858c Catherine Long headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c Dennis J Cashman headshot
006 1858c Dennis J Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. Dennis would have been about 7 years old when this photograph was taken. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c James Cashman headshot
006 1858c James Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c James Timothy Cashman headshot
006 1858c James Timothy Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. James Timothy would have been about 2 years old when this photograph was taken. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c Johanna Cashman headshot
006 1858c Johanna Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c John Cashman circa 1858
006 1858c John Cashman circa 1858
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. John would have been about 9 years old when this photograph was taken. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c Julia Cashman headshot
006 1858c Julia Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. Julia would have been about 11 years old when this photograph was taken. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c Mary Priscilla Cashman headshot
006 1858c Mary Priscilla Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. Mary Priscilla would have been about 8 months old when this photograph was taken. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1937 Cloghroe Church and Bridge Co Cork Ireland
006 1937 Cloghroe Church and Bridge Co Cork Ireland
The small gray building in the cetner of this  photograph is the place where James and Catherine Cashman took their children, Johanna, Julia and John, to be baptized by Rev. John Cahill in 1845, 1847 and 1849, respectively. The Cloghroe Church was located in the Parish of Inniscarra in the Diocese of Cloyne. A new church building was built in 1860-61 and this old building was converted to the Cloghroe Boys & Girls National School. This photo, taken in 1937 while it was still a school, shows what the area looked like 87 years after James and Catherine lived there. The house in the background is the school principal's residence. [Photo credit: Brian Gabriel, Chairmain, Blarney and District Historical Society] 
 
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006 2011 House at 232 Webster Street, Assinippi
006 2011 House at 232 Webster Street, Assinippi
This house was built in 1850, and is adjacent to the 220 Webster Street location in Hanover Massachusetts where the James Cashman farm was located.  Clare Noonan lives on property behind this house, #232 Webster Street, and hopes to find out that she is living on old James Cashman farm property!  When I zoomed in on the photo, I noticed that the numbers beside the front door read "232". I checked with the Hanover Town Assessors Office and their website confirms that this house is actually at "232 Webster Street." I also learned from the Assessors Office that the house is a 1 1/2 story, 8-room Cape, built in 1850 and purchased in 2000 by Michelle Mahoney & Andrew Johnson, the owners of record.  After much research, I have learned that James Cashman DID NOT own this property at 232 Webster Street, Assinippi. He DID own the properties which abutted this one to the east and south. During the years that James lived in Hanover, this property was owned by the Barry, Clapp, and Goodrich families. 
 
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006 2011 St Bridget Church Abington
006 2011 St Bridget Church Abington
St. Bridget's Church - Location of stained glass window donated by James Cashman 
 
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006 2011 St Bridget stained glass p1 of 3
006 2011 St Bridget stained glass p1 of 3
Stained glass window that was a gift of James Cashman. It is located in St. Bridget's Roman Catholic Church in Abington, Massachusetts. 
 
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006 2011 St Bridget stained glass p2 of 3
006 2011 St Bridget stained glass p2 of 3
Stained glass window detail - St. Bridgets Church, Abington, MA. Text at bottom of window reads, "The Gift of James Cashman." 
 
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006 2011 St Bridget stained glass p3 of 3
006 2011 St Bridget stained glass p3 of 3
Detailed view of top of stained glass window that was a gift of James Cashman. It is located in St. Bridget's Roman Catholic Church in Abington, Massachusetts. 
 
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006 2012 Cloghroe Church view A
006 2012 Cloghroe Church view A
This is a present day photograph of the building where James and Catherine Cashman took their children, Johanna, Julia and John, to be baptized by Rev. John Cahill in 1845, 1847 and 1849, respectively. The Cloghroe Church was located in the Parish of Inniscarra in the Diocese of Cloyne. A new church building was built in 1860-61 and this old building was converted to a school.  This section of the building was the boys junior and senior classes (up to ages about 13 or so). In 2012, this building exists as the Cloghroe Commercial Centre, a small industrial unit. The interior walls are the original stone work but the outer one hase been covered with plaster.  [Photo credit: Brian Gabriel, Chairmain, Blarney and District Historical Society] 
 
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006 2012 Cloghroe Church view B
006 2012 Cloghroe Church view B
This is a present day photograph of the building where James and Catherine Cashman took their children, Johanna, Julia and John, to be baptized by Rev. John Cahill in 1845, 1847 and 1849, respectively. The Cloghroe Church was located in the Parish of Inniscarra in the Diocese of Cloyne. A new church building was built in 1860-61 and this old building was converted to a school. The leftmost part of the building (with the 'Cloghroe' sign) was the boys junior and senior classes (up to ages about 13 or so). The section on the right (with the 'Centre' sign) was the girls' school. Internally, both buildings were divided width-ways by a glass and timber partition thereby creating two rooms in each building. This was to seperate the junior and senior classes. The center section (with the 'Commercial' sign) was an empty space which was built over in later years. The high building in the background was the headmaster's house. Some years later, a new school was built and this building became a furniture factory. In 2012, this building exists as the Cloghroe Commercial Centre, a small industrial unit. The interior walls are the original stone work but the outer one hase been covered with plaster.      [ Photo Credit: Brian Gabriel, Chairmain, Blarney and District Historical Society] 
 
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006 2012 Cloghroe Church view C
006 2012 Cloghroe Church view C
This is a present day photograph of the building where James and Catherine Cashman took their children, Johanna, Julia and John, to be baptized by Rev. John Cahill in 1845, 1847 and 1849, respectively. The Cloghroe Church was located in the Parish of Inniscarra in the Diocese of Cloyne.        A new church building was built in 1860-61 and this old building was converted to a school. The leftmost part of the building (with the Cloghroe sign) was the boys junior and senior classes (up to ages about 13 or so).  The section on the right (with the Centre sign) was the girls' school.       Internally, both buildings were divided width-ways by a glass and timber partition thereby creating two rooms in each building. This was to seperate the junior and senior classes. The center section (with the Commercial sign) was an empty space which was built over in later years. The high building in the background was the headmaster's house.       Some years later, a new school was built and this building became a furniture factory.       In 2012, this building exists as the Cloghroe Commercial Centre, a small industrial unit. The interior walls are the original stone work but the outer one hase been covered with plaster. [ Photo Credit: Brian Gabriel, Chairmain, Blarney and District Historical Society ] 
 
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006 2012 Cloghroe Church view D
006 2012 Cloghroe Church view D
View from the Cloghroe Church looking north toward R579.    [ Photo Credit: Brian Gabriel, Chairmain, Blarney and District Historical Society ] 
 
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006 2012 Cloghroe Church view E
006 2012 Cloghroe Church view E
View from Cloghroe Church looking north toward the stone bridge over the Sheep River.    The name of the river running under the bridge is the Sheep River.    < Latitude: 51.918345497  Longitude: -8.629395962 >    [Photo credit: Brian Gabriel, Chairmain, Blarney and District Historical Society] 
 
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006 2013 Tenant Dwelling at 263 Webster St view A
006 2013 Tenant Dwelling at 263 Webster St view A
This dwelling, located at 263 Webster Street in Hanover, MA, was known as the “Connell House.” It was built in 1860 so it would have been present in the years that James Cashman owned the land and is most likely one of James’ original tenant dwellings. The 1875 Hanover Valuation of Estates valued this dwelling at $300. The 1879 map of Hanover depicts a dwelling on this site with the notation “J. Cashman.” When James Cashman died, this parcel passed to his heirs who sold it to Jedediah Dwelley and Samuel Church, both of Hanover, for $290 in 1892. It is parcel 04-005 on the Hanover Assessor’s map. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein] 
 
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006 2013 Tenant Dwelling at 263 Webster St view B
006 2013 Tenant Dwelling at 263 Webster St view B
This dwelling, located at 263 Webster Street in Hanover, MA, was known as the “Connell House.” It was built in 1860 so it would have been present in the years that James Cashman owned the land and is most likely one of James’ original tenant dwellings. The 1875 Hanover Valuation of Estates valued this dwelling at $300. The 1879 map of Hanover depicts a dwelling on this site with the notation “J. Cashman.” When James Cashman died, this parcel passed to his heirs who sold it to Jedediah Dwelley and Samuel Church, both of Hanover, for $290 in 1892. It is parcel 04-005 on the Hanover Assessor’s map. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein] 
 
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006 2013 Tenant Dwelling at 275 Webster St Hanover
006 2013 Tenant Dwelling at 275 Webster St Hanover
This house, located at 275 Webster Street in Hanover, MA, was built in 1830 and was later owned by James Cashman. It is most likely one of James' original tenant dwellings. It is parcel 04-007 on the Hanover Assessor’s map. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein] 
 
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007 1800s Rural Ireland Interior 2
007 1800s Rural Ireland Interior 2
This painting from the early 1800s shows what Denis and Johanna's rural Irish kitchen may have looked like. [Photo credit: "Rural Ireland - The Inside Story," edited by Vera Kreilkamp, published by the Boston College McMullen Museum of Art, 2012, page ] 
 
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007 1848 Rural Ireland Interior 1
007 1848 Rural Ireland Interior 1
This wedding dance scene, painted circa 1848, shows how the rural Irish would have dressed and celebrated around the time that James and Catherine were wed. [Photo credit: "Rural Ireland - The Inside Story," edited by Vera Kreilkamp, published by the Boston College McMullen Museum of Art, 2012, page 148] 
 
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007 1875 Rural Ireland Interior 3
007 1875 Rural Ireland Interior 3
Even the poorest homes in rural Ireland had aesthetic value for those who lived in them. This painting from 1875 shows how people too poor to afford a dresser might stand their few plates on edge on wall shelves for decorative effect. If Denis was not a "strong farmer" perhaps the interior of his home looked more like this.  [Photo credit: "Rural Ireland - The Inside Story," edited by Vera Kreilkamp, published by the Boston College McMullen Museum of Art, 2012, page ] 
 
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007 1880 Portrait of a Strong Farmer
007 1880 Portrait of a Strong Farmer
This painting from 1880 depicts a "strong farmer" sitting on a bench outside his landlord's office waiting to pay the rent. While there are varying definitions, one source says that a "strong farmer" was one who leased 30 acres or more. In that case, even if Denis and John Cashman were co-tenants, Denis would probably have been considered a "strong farmer." - Sarah Evans [Photo credit: "Rural Ireland - The Inside Story," edited by Vera Kreilkamp, published by the Boston College McMullen Museum of Art, 2012, page 154] 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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012 1910 Michael E Shea signature
012 1910 Michael E Shea signature
Signature clipped from Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters insurance forms. 
 
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012 1920s La Tropical Brewery Havana Cuba side B
012 1920s La Tropical Brewery Havana Cuba side B
Text reads:  Tarjeta Postal - TROPICAL GARDEN - Habana - Don't Ask For Beer - ASK FOR TROPICAL. [Photo credit: personal collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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012 1920s Michael and Nellie in Panama corrected
012 1920s Michael and Nellie in Panama corrected
This photo was taken at the beer garden of the La Tropical brewery (Cerveceria La Tropical) in Havana, Cuba. From Tropical Brewery postcard: "Owned by the Tropical Beer Co. it is a paradise of beautiful flowers and exotic plants. This beauty spot is visited by thousands of tourists. Free beer is given to all visitors." From "Cuba and It's Music: From the First Drums to the Mambo, Volume 1" by Ned Sublette:  "These social clubs also had picniclike festivities , complete with the music of their homeland as well as habaneras and danzones, at the sumptuous new gardens opened by the La Tropical brewery. Cerveza Tropical was Cuba's first domestic brand of beer, brewed since 1891. The vast Jardines de la Tropical complex on the Rio Almendares, created in imitation of the grand beer gardens of Germany, opened in 1904. If the numerous overhanging trees made La Tropical a little dank in the winter months, in the sweltering tropical summer it was the coolest spot around. La Tropical's competitor, Cerveza Polar, opened up their own gardens. By the 1920s, these festivities attracted up to fifiteen thousand people." From the personal photo collection of Jay Cashman. 
 
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012 1920s Michael E Shea and Ellen Louisa Nelligan
012 1920s Michael E Shea and Ellen Louisa Nelligan
[Photo credit: personal collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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012 1920s Michael Shea headshot
012 1920s Michael Shea headshot
Headshot detail from photo taken at the beer garden of the La Tropical brewery (Cerveceria La Tropical) in Havana, Cuba. 
 
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012 1951 Ellen Louisa Nelligan headshot
012 1951 Ellen Louisa Nelligan headshot
At the christening of John Michael Cashman, Jr. 
 
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012 1951 Ellen Nelligan
012 1951 Ellen Nelligan
Headshot taken at the christening of John M. Cashman, Jr. 
 
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012 2012 Shea home 285 Common St Quincy view A
012 2012 Shea home 285 Common St Quincy view A
#285 Common Street, Quincy, MA    The residence of the family of Michael E. Shea and Ellen Nelligan. 
 
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012 2012 Shea home 285 Common St Quincy view B
012 2012 Shea home 285 Common St Quincy view B
The residence of the family of Michael E. Shea and Ellen Nelligan at 285 Common Street, Quincy, MA. 
 
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012 2012 Shea homes 285 and 279 Common St Quincy
012 2012 Shea homes 285 and 279 Common St Quincy
#285 Common Street, Quincy, MA    The residence of the family of Michael E. Shea and Ellen Nelligan. 
 
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012 unkn 285 Common Street Quincy MA
012 unkn 285 Common Street Quincy MA
Michael E. Shea's home on 285 Common Street in Quincy, MA. 
 
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012 unkn Ellen Louisa Nellie Nelligan
012 unkn Ellen Louisa Nellie Nelligan
[Photo credit: personal collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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013 1893 William T Shea signature
013 1893 William T Shea signature
Signature clipped from Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters insurance forms. 
 
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013 1920s La Tropical Brewery Havana Cuba side A
013 1920s La Tropical Brewery Havana Cuba side A
This photo was taken at the beer garden of the La Tropical brewery (Cerveceria La Tropical) in Havana, Cuba. From Tropical Brewery postcard: "Owned by the Tropical Beer Co. it is a paradise of beautiful flowers and exotic plants. This beauty spot is visited by thousands of tourists. Free beer is given to all visitors." From "Cuba and It's Music: From the First Drums to the Mambo, Volume 1" by Ned Sublette:  "These social clubs also had picniclike festivities , complete with the music of their homeland as well as habaneras and danzones, at the sumptuous new gardens opened by the La Tropical brewery. Cerveza Tropical was Cuba's first domestic brand of beer, brewed since 1891. The vast Jardines de la Tropical complex on the Rio Almendares, created in imitation of the grand beer gardens of Germany, opened in 1904. If the numerous overhanging trees made La Tropical a little dank in the winter months, in the sweltering tropical summer it was the coolest spot around. La Tropical's competitor, Cerveza Polar, opened up their own gardens. By the 1920s, these festivities attracted up to fifiteen thousand people." From the personal photo collection of Jay Cashman. 
 
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013 1962 Shea memorial rink opening pic
013 1962 Shea memorial rink opening pic
CUTTING THE RIBBON at the dedication of the Mayor William T. Shea Memorial Ice Skating Rink on Willard Street, West Quincy, yesterday was the great-great grandniece of the late Mayor Shea, Madeline Cashman, 12, third from the left. Participating in the dedication were, left to right, Mayor Amelio Della Chiesa, Metropolitan District Comm. Robert F. Murphy, Miss Cashman, Miss Joanne Vissa, "Miss Quincy"; Rep. Joseph E. Brett, master of ceremonies, who pioneered efforts to have an MDC ice skating rink in Quincy; and City Councilor George B. McDonald. 
 
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013 2011 Shea memorial plaque at St Mary in Quincy
013 2011 Shea memorial plaque at St Mary in Quincy
This plaque, located in the front vestibule of St Mary in Quincy, reads "HOLY WATER FONT Gift of WILLIAM T. LYONS In Memory of MAYOR WILLIAM T. SHEA"    William T. Lyons was a nephew of William T. Shea. 
 
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013 2011 Shea stained glass St Mary view A
013 2011 Shea stained glass St Mary view A
 
 
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013 2011 Shea stained glass St Mary view B
013 2011 Shea stained glass St Mary view B
 
 
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013 2011 Shea stained glass St Mary view C
013 2011 Shea stained glass St Mary view C
 
 
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013 2011 Shea stained glass St Mary view D
013 2011 Shea stained glass St Mary view D
 
 
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013 2012 Shea home 12 Common St view A
013 2012 Shea home 12 Common St view A
This is a photo of 12 Common street in Quincy MA, William T. Shea lived here from 1900-1910. 
 
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013 2012 Shea home 12 Common St view B
013 2012 Shea home 12 Common St view B
This is a photo of 12 Common street in Quincy MA. William T. Shea and his mother, Margaret (Riley) Shea, lived here from 1900-1910. 
 
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013 unkn Shea stained glass closeup
013 unkn Shea stained glass closeup
 
 
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013 unkn William T Shea
013 unkn William T Shea
Mayor of Quincy 1908, 1909, 1910,1911 
 
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013 unkn William T Shea headshot
013 unkn William T Shea headshot
Photo of William T. Shea 
 
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013 unkn William T Shea memorial park photo
013 unkn William T Shea memorial park photo
William T. Shea Memorial Park is located in West Quincy and bordered by Copeland, West and Center Streets. It is a beautiful park dedicated to the granite industry. In the center of the park is a statue of a young Stone Cutter which is surrounded by granite benches, placques and sandstone bricks that are inscribed with the names of people and companies connected with the granite industry. 
 
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014 1920s Madeline and Michael Solimando at a wedding
014 1920s Madeline and Michael Solimando at a wedding
Two people on far right are: Madeline Verrochi Solimando and Michael Solimando [Photo credit: Concetta Solimando Kelley] 
 
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014 1920s Madeline and Michael Solimando at a wedding detail
014 1920s Madeline and Michael Solimando at a wedding detail
Two people on far right are: Madeline Verrochi Solimando and Michael Solimando [Photo credit: Concetta Solimando Kelley] 
 
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014 1938 Solimando home 201 Magnolia St view A
014 1938 Solimando home 201 Magnolia St view A
This is a photo of 201 Magnolia Street in Dorchester, MA. This was the residence of Michael Solimando in 1938. [Photo taken in 2012.] 
 
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014 1938 Solimando home 201 Magnolia St view B
014 1938 Solimando home 201 Magnolia St view B
This is a photo of 201 Magnolia Street in Dorchester, MA. This was the residence of Michael Solimando in 1938. [Photo taken in 2012.] 
 
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014 1948c Madeline Solimando crocheted doily
014 1948c Madeline Solimando crocheted doily
Madeline Solimando (Mommie Lee) created this piece between 1948 and 1950. Her mother, Conchetta Verrochi, first taught her to crochet in 1910 when Mommie Lee was a young child, around ten years old, living on Ceylon Street in Dorchester. Crocheting, along with afghan making, piano playing, and listening to the phonograph were popular forms of entertainment in an era where TV had not yet been invented. Most nights, after the day's work, Madeline would sit in the kitchen, the family's gathering spot and social center, near the coal stove with her mother and crochet. "My mother and I were two pals," she recalled. "Rose was always busy with books, and I was always with my mother." Mommie Lee picked up her childhood craft again in 1948, after moving to 331 Adams Street in Milton. There, Michael's aunt, Theresa Bello, taught her more complex crochet patterns and shapes. In these days she was prolific. "I never sat down and did nothing. Never," she recounted. Special crochet thread was purchased by the case, "wherever I could get a bargain." Mommie Lee would sit in the TV room in her armchair "for hours after I did my work," and crochet or knit afghans while Daddy Solimando watched sports on TV. Many of these pieces have been preserved. When Mommie Lee lost her sight, she had to stop her favorite pastimes of crocheting and afghan making. Even though she can no longer create these lovely works, many still remain to be enjoyed by generations of family members to come. [Source credit: Concetta Solimando Kelley] 
 
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014 1950s Madeline Lena Verrochi headshot
014 1950s Madeline Lena Verrochi headshot
Detail clipped from family photo. [Photo credit: Theresa Verrochi Ierardi Bolino] 
 
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014 1952 Michael Solimando headshot
014 1952 Michael Solimando headshot
Headshot of Michael Solimando clipped from a 1952 Boston Globe article describing a house fire that occurred at 331 Adams Street, Milton, on Christmas Day, 1952. 
 
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014 1952c Michael Solimando headshot
014 1952c Michael Solimando headshot
Headshot clipped from group photo with Madeline Solimando, Phillip and Eugenia Cordaro and John F. Kennedy. [Photo credit: Concetta Solimando Kelley] 
 
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014 1967 Madeline Lena Verrochi in 1967
014 1967 Madeline Lena Verrochi in 1967
Headshot clipped from group photo taken at the wedding of Arthur Cooper, Jr., and Paula Federico. [Photo credit: Theresa Verrochi Ierardi Bolino] 
 
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014 1967 Michael Solimando in 1967
014 1967 Michael Solimando in 1967
Headshot clipped from group photo taken at the wedding of Arthur Cooper, Jr., and Paula Federico. [Photo credit: Theresa Verrochi Ierardi Bolino] 
 
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