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005 1951 Edward L Cashman headstone application
005 1951 Edward L Cashman headstone application
 
 
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006 1844 Johanna Herlighy Exham Papers p2
006 1844 Johanna Herlighy Exham Papers p2
Here are the papers mentioning the widow Herlighy who lived in the civil parih of Inniscarra in the town of Lisadeen.This town is also where James Cashman lived. In the next household a Widow Johanna Herlihy is listed. These Exham papers show that Johanna Herlihy is the widow of a Corneilus Herlighy. Concidences: Herlighy is the maiden name of James Cashman's mother, Johanna.Timothy Murphy is a name that appears as a baptismal Sponsor for James Cashman's child Judith aka Julia. At this point we do not know if these Cashman, Herlighy, Murphy families are related.  Another note is on 29 April 1781 a Cors Hierlihy married a Johanna Murphy Recorded Parochial Area at ST PETER & PAUL'S, CORK.  Witness were Sheehan and Mary Farrll.  There is no way of knowing if this is the Widow Herlighy married to Corneilus either. 
 
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012 1930 Michael E Shea Forester packet
012 1930 Michael E Shea Forester packet
 
 
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013 1899 Official Journal General Committee
013 1899 Official Journal General Committee
 
 
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013 1899 William T Shea article cover
013 1899 William T Shea article cover
The Quincy Patriot Souvenir Edition. An Illustrated and Descriptive Exposition of City of Quincy 1899. 
 
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013 1908 to 1911 William T Shea Inaugural Address
013 1908 to 1911 William T Shea Inaugural Address
Inaugural Addresses of Hon. William T. Shea Mayor of Quincy, Massachusetts 1908-1911. 
 
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013 1912 Goodbye Mayor Shea song p1
013 1912 Goodbye Mayor Shea song p1
Goodbye Mayor Shea By: C.M.Duggan.- We gather in the "Hub" at the famous City Club, All burghers of the good old granite town. To do honor to our Mayor now retiring from the chair. To add another laurel to his crown. Goodbye Billy, farewell Billy. Our hearts are sad today. We may never find a Mayor to excel you in the chair. Goodbye, Mayor Shea. Elected by your peers, during four successive years. To guide our municipal Ship of State. Over reefs, and bars, and shoals, we, deep within our souls. Your honesty and worth appreciate. Goodbye Billy, farewell Billy. Our hearts are sad today. We may never find a Mayor to excel you in the chair Goodbye, Mayor Shea. Many citizens did call with their woes to City Hall. Tales of criticism and complaint. They were never turned away from your sanctum, night or day. You listened with the patience of a saint. Goodbye Billy, farewell Billy. Our hearts are sad today. We may never find a Mayor to excel you in the chair. Goodbye, Mayor Shea. 
 
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013 1912 Goodbye Mayor Shea song p2
013 1912 Goodbye Mayor Shea song p2
Were the callers rich or poor, it was all the same, I'm sure. You treated them most courteous, one and all. Your smile dispelled their wrath, you cast roses in their path. As you bowed them out and thanked them for the call. Goodbye Billy, farewell Billy. Our hearts are sad today. We may never find a Mayor to excel you in the chair. Goodbye, Mayor Shea. Retiring from the strife and the cares of public life, May your future be a happy one we pray. You have never found a friend, who is not with you to the end. We are here to prove that friendship, Mayor Shea. 
 
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014 1938 Michael Solimando Sons of Italy application
014 1938 Michael Solimando Sons of Italy application
I, the undersigned, Michael Solimando, son of Lucantonio, age 37, occupaton Contractor, born in New York, NY on December 28, 1900, residing at 201 Magnolia Street, Dorchester, being eager to make my contribution to the institution which collects and combines an unbreakable bond of brother love many people of my race, lifting them above partisan race, ask to be admitted as an ordinary member of Loggia Dorchester No. 1848. My wife, Madalena Solimando is 26 years old. We have 2 children. I was last under a physician's care in 1938 for x-rays with Dr. Solimando. I use alocohol or other stimulants a little.I have been successfully vaccinated. 
 
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014 1945 Madeline L Verrochi Sons of Italy application.jpg
014 1945 Madeline L Verrochi Sons of Italy application.jpg
I, the undersigned, Madeline L. Solimando, daughter of Joseph Verrochi, age 33, occupation Housewife, born in Boston, Massachusetts on Oct. 7, 1911, residing at 52 Larchmont Street, Dorchester, Mass. being eager to make my contribution to the institution which collects and combines an unbreakable bond of brother love many people of my race, lifting them above partisan race, ask to be admitted as an ordinary member of Loggia Grazia Deledda No. 1783. My husband, Michael, is 44 years old. We have 2 children.  -- The undersigned, on her honor and her conscience declare to know the applicant and declare them worthy of belonging to the Sons of Italy in America - Anna M. Ierardi 
 
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017 1920 Cashman Residence at 87 College St
017 1920 Cashman Residence at 87 College St
Burlington 1830-1853  Historic Sites and Structures Survey  87 College Street c. 1850 by Eliot H. Lothrop    Credit: http://www.uvm.edu/~hp206/2001-1853/elothrop/87c.html 
 
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017 2012 Assessors Data for 109 Summit Street
017 2012 Assessors Data for 109 Summit Street
2012 Assessor's Data for the building, located at 109 Summit Street Burlington, VT, which was the home of James E. Cashman and family from about 1923 to 1935. It is now part of the campus of Champlain College. [Photo credit: City of Burlington http://www.burlingtonvt.gov/PropertyDetails.aspx?a=8000#] 
 
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017 unkn Ancient Honorable Artillery Company of MA
017 unkn Ancient Honorable Artillery Company of MA
This is a list of items James E. Cahsman used after the Arnold Benedict Wreck. 
 
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019 1901 Wage Earners membership certificate
019 1901 Wage Earners membership certificate
"WAGE EARNERS Emergency and General Hospital Association COOPERATIVE - 142 Kingston Street, Boston, Feb 14, 1901 --- No. 67693 - This certifies that in consideration of One Dollar Wm. Cashman is a member of the Wage Earners Emergency and General Hospital Association and is entitled to Medical Advice and Surgical Treatment at this Hospital for one year from date at any hour of the day or night, Sundays or Holidays, doors never closed." This seems to be the turn-of-the-century equivalent of a health insurance card. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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019 1909 Anna B Radcliffe alumni news
019 1909 Anna B Radcliffe alumni news
Anna Beatrice Cashman's alumni news from Radcliffe. It reads Beatrice Cashman, at home.  [Document credit: Collection of Catherine O'Brien (1917-2005)] 
 
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019 1912 Anna B Radcliffe alumni news
019 1912 Anna B Radcliffe alumni news
Anna Beatrice Cashman's alumni news from Radcliffe. It reads Beatrice Cashman, 49 Cross st, West Quincy. Massachusetts Insurance Dept., Boston State Home.  [Photo credit: Collection of Catherine O'Brien (1917-2005)] 
 
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019 1913 John Cashman Forester packet
019 1913 John Cashman Forester packet
Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters Mortuary Record 
 
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019 1913 John Cashman Forester packet
019 1913 John Cashman Forester packet
The first part of this packet is an application for membership in the Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters, a fraternal benefit life insurance society along with a physician's evaluation of insurability. The second part of this packet is the Mortuary Record created by the Foresters, which includes a certificate of death and a list of beneficiaries. 
 
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019 1914 Anna B Radcliffe alumni news
019 1914 Anna B Radcliffe alumni news
Anna Beatrice Cashman's alumni news from Radcliffe. It reads Beatrice Cashman, 632 Adams St., E. Milton. Engagement to Thomas F. O'Brien of Quincy announced.  [Photo credit: Collection of Catherine O'Brien (1917-2005)] 
 
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019 unkn Cashman Family Tree Chart via Martha Bewick
019 unkn Cashman Family Tree Chart via Martha Bewick
Reardon Family Tree Chart which appears to have been written in 1979. [Source credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 unkn Hannah Cashman Christmas card side A
019 unkn Hannah Cashman Christmas card side A
Outside of Christmas card sent by Hannah Cashman. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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019 unkn Hannah Cashman Christmas card side B
019 unkn Hannah Cashman Christmas card side B
Inside of Christmas card sent by Hannah Cashman. Text reads: "With best wishes for a Happy Christmas and a bright New Year - Mrs. John Cashman" [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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026 1908 Reardon Cashman wedding invitiation
026 1908 Reardon Cashman wedding invitiation
Mr. and Mrs. John Cashman request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Mary to Dr. Daniel B. Reardon on the morning of Tuesday, the second of June one thousand nine hundred and eight at half after nine o'clock, St. Mary's Church, West Quincy, Massachusetts [Source credit: Mary Reardon scrapbook, collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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026 1932 Bon Voyage from Hannah to Paul Reardon
026 1932 Bon Voyage from Hannah to Paul Reardon
Greeting card and envelope signed and addressed by Hannah Falvey Cashman on the occasion of Daniel B. and Paul C. Reardon's departure for England. [Source credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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027 1946 Anna Zita Barry Perpetual Mass certificate
027 1946 Anna Zita Barry Perpetual Mass certificate
Perpetual membership in Our Lady's Memorial Society - one Mass every week -  given to Mrs. Anna Zita Barry Cashman by Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. McNally. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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027 1995 Racquel Cashman Rememberance
027 1995 Racquel Cashman Rememberance
This document reads: Please join friends and family of the late Raquel Cashman for a memorial tribute. Tuesday, October 24, 1995, 6 p.m. New Hospital Conference Room/ABC Boston City Hospital, 818 Harrison Avenue Boston, Massachusetts. There will be an opportunity to share personal rememberances. Donations for a Raquel Cashman Scholarship Fund are being accepted. For more information, contact Maria Durham at work. [Document credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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029 1916 Anna B Radcliffe alumni news
029 1916 Anna B Radcliffe alumni news
Anna Beatrice Cashman's alumni news. It reads Beatrice Cashman O'Brien (Mrs. Thomas F. O'Brien), 37 Huntington Road, East Milton. Catherine O'Brien born Aug 23, 1916.  [Document credit: Collection of Catherine O'Brien (1917-2005)] 
 
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029 1931 Andrew J OBrien poem
029 1931 Andrew J OBrien poem
THE ARAB'S FAREWELL TO HIS STEED - a poem written by Andrew J. O'Brien when he was about 14 years old. [Source credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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030 1939 Paul Cashman book mention
030 1939 Paul Cashman book mention
Mention of Paul Cashman Reardon's book on page 132; "The Practice of Medicine in Colonial New England," by Paul C. Reardon, of Quincy. 
 
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030 1939 Paul Cashman mention
030 1939 Paul Cashman mention
This was found in the Proceedings of the N.E. Hist. Gen. Society. The mention of Paul Cashman Reardon on page 83 reads; After these three reports had been accepted, President Whitwell introduced Paul Cashman Reardon of Quincy, who wove a narrative both fascinating and humorous about The Practice of Medicine in Colonial New England. 
 
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030 1988 eulogy by Peter J Gomes
030 1988 eulogy by Peter J Gomes
Peter J Gomes's eulogy for Paul C Reardon's funeral. 
 
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030 unkn Paul C Reardon citation
030 unkn Paul C Reardon citation
A citation on Paul C. Reardon. 
 
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030 unkn Paul C Reardon memorial
030 unkn Paul C Reardon memorial
a memorial on Paul C. Reardon. 
 
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031 1902 Dalton book Life Savers of Cape Cod
031 1902 Dalton book Life Savers of Cape Cod
This book, "The Life Savers of Cape Cod," was written by John W. Dalton of Sandwich, MA. It deals with the United States Life Saving Service on Cape Cod from Provincetown to Monomoy Point. Originally known as the Massachusetts Humane Society it became the USLSS in 1872. This book captures the history and background of these brave men who risked their lives to save those who had met disaster at sea. It was published in 1902 by The Barta Press of Boston, Mass. 
 
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031 1902 Sandwich A Cape Cod Town by Lovell
031 1902 Sandwich A Cape Cod Town by Lovell
"1902 -- In the directory for all New England telephones, Sandwich had one pay phone and six subscribers: J. W. Dalton, A. V. Johnston, S. I. Morse, N. Packwood, Jr., Charles M. Thompson, and the Cape Construction Co." [Source: "Sandwich - A Cape Cod Town" by R. A. Lovell, Jr., page 444] 
 
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031 1906 John W Dalton patent Life Saving Device
031 1906 John W Dalton patent Life Saving Device
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE. --- JOHN W. DALTON, OF SANDWICH, MASSACHUSETTS. LIFE-SAVING DEVICE. --- Specification of Letters Patent. Application filed June 27,1905. Serial No. 267.235. --- Patented March 6, 1906. No. 814,116. 
 
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031 1914 John W Dalton patent Shellfish Tray
031 1914 John W Dalton patent Shellfish Tray
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE. --- JOHN W. DALTON, OF SANDWICH, MASSACHUSETTS, ASSIGNOR TO CAPE COD PRODUCTS COMPANY, A CORPORATION OF MASSACHUSETTS. DESIGN FOR A TRAY FOR SHELL-FISH. --- Specification for Design. Application filed June 14, 1912. Serial No. 703,748. Term of patent 14 years. --- Patented Feb. 17, 1914. 45, 254 
 
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052 1960 Helen Hamel Grandnieces and Grandnephews p1
052 1960 Helen Hamel Grandnieces and Grandnephews p1
First page of a document drafted on October 4, 1960, which lists the 47 grandnieces and nephews and 26 nieces and nephews of Helen Cashman Hamel. Because she had no children of her own, Helen's will specified that each of her nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews should inherit part of her estate. It is believed that this list was used to determine the names and addresses of those individuals. [Souce credit: collection of Catherine Cronin] 
 
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052 1960 Helen Hamel Grandnieces and Grandnephews p2
052 1960 Helen Hamel Grandnieces and Grandnephews p2
Second page of a document drafted on October 4, 1960, which lists the 47 grandnieces and nephews and 26 nieces and nephews of Helen Cashman Hamel. Because she had no children of her own, Helen's will specified that each of her nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews should inherit part of her estate. It is believed that this list was used to determine the names and addresses of those individuals. [Souce credit: collection of Catherine Cronin] 
 
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091 1920 Catherine Cashman McIntyre Forester packet
091 1920 Catherine Cashman McIntyre Forester packet
Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters Mortuary Record 
 
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105 1990 H Hobart Holly Reardon report p1
105 1990 H Hobart Holly Reardon report p1
Letter from H. Hobart Holly, historian, of the Quincy Historical Society, to Martha Reardon, dated August 11, 1990. In it, Holly outlines what information he has been able to find concerning the Reardon family in Quincy. [Source credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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105 1990 H Hobart Holly Reardon report p2
105 1990 H Hobart Holly Reardon report p2
Letter from H. Hobart Holly, historian, of the Quincy Historical Society, to Martha Reardon, dated August 11, 1990. In it, Holly outlines what information he has been able to find concerning the Reardon family in Quincy. [Source credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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107 1897 Railroad ticket Boston W Quincy
107 1897 Railroad ticket Boston W Quincy
Ticket for the New York New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co., good for one passage BOSTON and WEST QUINCY in either direction. Date stamped on back is 18 Jul 1897. This ticket was found in a small datebook which once belonged to Patrick J. Barry. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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107 1897 Railroad ticket Rockland Boston
107 1897 Railroad ticket Rockland Boston
Ticket for the New York New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co., good for one passage ROCKLAND and BOSTON in either direction. Date stamped on back is 29 Jul 1897. This ticket was found in a small datebook which once belonged to Patrick J. Barry. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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107 1900 Railroad ticket Braintree Brockton
107 1900 Railroad ticket Braintree Brockton
New York, New Haven & Hartford R.R. Co. Train Ticket Good For This Trip And Train Only. Date punched is 14 May 1900. Trip punched is Southbound from Braintree to Brockton. This was found in a small datebook which once belonged to Patrick J. Barry. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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107 1900 Railroad ticket Tiverton Taunton
107 1900 Railroad ticket Tiverton Taunton
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co. Excursion Ticket Good for One Passage from Tiverton to Taunton. Date punched is 15 May 1900. This was found in a small datebook which once belonged to Patrick J. Barry. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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164 1945 Rose Verrochi Cooper Sons of Italy membership application
164 1945 Rose Verrochi Cooper Sons of Italy membership application
I, the undersigned, Rose Cooper, daughter of Joseph Verrochi, 35 years old, occupation Housewife, born in Boston, Massachusetts, on Dec. 6, 1909, residing at 18 Melville Lane, Dorchester, Mass. Being eager to make my contribution to the institution which collects and combines an unbreakable bond of brother love many people of my race, lifting them above partisan race, ask to be admitted as a full member in Loggia Grazia Deledda No. 1783. My spouse, Arthur, is 37 years old and we have 1 child. --- MEDICAL EXAMINATION -- Rose was in the care of Dr. Sliverstein in 1942 for the birth of her child. She is in good health, has never had reheumatism, syphilis, epilepsy, hernias, chronic or protrated cough, hemorrhage of the lungs, heart, lung, kidney, liver or stomach disease. There is no history of insanity in the family. Does not use alcohol or other stimulants. No one in the family died of consumption. Rose has been successfully vaccinated. 
 
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1931 Domenico Marinucci Sons of Italy application
1931 Domenico Marinucci Sons of Italy application
Date of admission: 9 Aug 1931 I, the undersigned Domenico Marinucci was the son of Francesco 51 years born October 8, 1880  in Sulmona, d’Aquila Occupation is contractor residing at 102 Alexander St. Lodge #1606 P. Ovidio Nasone Roxbury, MA Married with Maria Vita DiPlacita Age of his wife is 43 Number of children is 4 
 
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209 1994 Necrophilia II a poem by Joann Lipshires
209 1994 Necrophilia II a poem by Joann Lipshires
 
 
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209 unkn Sidney Lipshires papers at UMASS
209 unkn Sidney Lipshires papers at UMASS
Description of the Sidney Lipshires papers at UMASS Amherst University Archives. 
 
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244 1901 Life Saving Letter of Acknowledgement
244 1901 Life Saving Letter of Acknowledgement
Letter from Peter S. McNally to Captain B. C. Sparrow of East Orleans, MA, dated 9 Sep 1901. The letter was published in the Annual Report of the United States Life Saving Service for the fiscal year ending 30 Jun 1902. The letter pays tribute to the bravery of the men of the North Scituate Life Saving Station who rescued five men from the surf on Friday, September 6, 1901. The letter praised Station Keeper Brown and the men of his crew, namely, John E. Murphy, Jeremiah McCarthy, John Curran, Richard W. Tobin, James Curran and Thomas P. Stanley. 
 
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340 1935 Guido Marinucci Sons of Italy application
340 1935 Guido Marinucci Sons of Italy application
I, the undersigned, Guido Marinucci, son of Domenico, 20 years old, occupation Chauffeur, born in Sulmona, Aquila, Italy, on 20 September 1915, residing in Dorchester on Quincy St. Being eager to make my contribution to the institution which collects and combines an unbreakable bond of brother love many people of my race, lifting them above partisan race, ask to be admitted as a brother in Loggia Publico Ovidia Nasone, No. 1606. I am single. 
 
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BSD 1937 BSD and the Cape Cod Canal
BSD 1937 BSD and the Cape Cod Canal
Did Bay State Dredging have any part in the construction of the Cape Cod Canal? The short answer is "Yes". This report takes an in depth look at when, where and how Bay State Dredging was involved in this major project. [Source credit: Donna Goldstein] 
 
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DJW 1920 David White BSCE member application
DJW 1920 David White BSCE member application
BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. APPLICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP. [December 15, 1920]   (page 9) WHITE, DAVID JOSEPH, Quincy, Mass. (Age 37, b. Quincy, Mass.) Educated in the public schools of Quincy and evening class in mechanical engineering at the Boston Y.M.C.A. From 1901 to 1904 , draftsman and foreman, Quincy Quarries Co.; 1904 to 1909 , general foreman and inspector with Ryan-Parker Construction Co., Stonington, Me., during the construction of Riverside Drive, New York, and steel and masonry piers for Manhattan Bridge, New York; 1910, in charge of cofferdam work for sea-wall of Ayer Mill in Merrimack River at Lawrence, Mass.; 1911, estimator with Cashman & Sons Co., Quincy, Mass., during the construction of Sandy Bay Breakwater and various railroad and bridge contracts; and since 1911, with the Bay State Dredging & Contracting Co., and acting as general manager of that company.