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1900 Oct. 31

New Bedford (Mass.) . Office of the Cemetery Board

Cemetery certificate of Annie Dubois

New Bedford (Mass.) - Entitling Annie Du Bois a place of burial in the Rural Cemetery in New Bedford. Signed by John G. Nicholson, chairman of the Cemetery Board.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1963

John Xifaras and Gloria Xifaras Clark

New Bedford (Mass.) - Clark and her husband, at about the time of their marriage.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1885 Sept. 15

New Bedford (Mass.)

City of New Bedford state, county and city real estate taxes

New Bedford (Mass.) - For Alexander Du Bois's property at 93 Acushnet Avenue in New Bedford.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1857 May 16

Barker, Edward L.

Letter from Edward L. Barker and Samuel P. Burt to Joseph Lyman

New Bedford (Mass.) - Encloses money for payment and thank you card. Part of the Kansas Land Trust correspondence.

Lyman Family Papers

1925

Blackington, Alton H.

George Fred Tilton Portrait of 'one of the last whaling captains' smoking a pipe (close-up)

New Bedford (Mass.) - From a series of images of Tilton: his autobiography is "Cap'n George Fred Himself." Hired to oversee the restoration of the last surviving American whaling ship, the "Charles W. Morgan" of New Bedford, a project funded by Col. Edward Green. The ship's last voyage was in 1921, and its restoration was completed by 1927 when it was put on display by Green.

Alton H. Blackington Collection

1964

Gloria Xifaras Clark

New Bedford (Mass.) - Portrait of Clark, age 20, seated in a restaurant booth.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1966 Jan.

Polk, Delois

Letter from Delois Polk to Gloria Xifaras Clark

New Bedford (Mass.) - Writes about the play by the Freedom School.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1966 Jan.

Clark, Gloria Xifaras, 1942-

Letter from Gloria Xifaras Clark to her friends

New Bedford (Mass.) - Gloria writes a petition for financial support of the Holly Springs, Mississippi Freedom Project. "It has been one year this month since I returned North from the front lines of the civil rights' movement."

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers