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1836 July 4

Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Taunton, Mass.) . Trustees

Consecration of Mount Pleasant Order of exercises

Taunton (Mass.) - Program for the ceremonies accompanying the consecration of the new rural cemetery in Taunton, Mass., on July 4, 1836. "The ceremonies will take place in Cypress Dell, in which seats will be prepared for the accommodation of the ladies"; with address by Hon. Francis Baylies. Includes manuscript notes in margin with the names of other participants.

Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Taunton, Mass.) Records

1850

Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Taunton, Mass.) . Trustees

Taunton Cemetery A meeting of the trustees...

Taunton (Mass.) - Printed form announcing meetings of the Trustees of the Taunton Cemetery (i.e. Mount Pleasant Cemetery).

Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Taunton, Mass.) Records

1836

Plan of land -- Mr. Crocker to the cemetery

Taunton (Mass.) - Survey of land deeded by Samuel L. Crocker to create the Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Taunton, Mass.

Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Taunton, Mass.) Records

1836 June 29

Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Taunton, Mass.) . Trustees

Consecration at Mount Pleasant

Taunton (Mass.) - Notice that the consecration of Mount Pleasant Cemetery will take place on July 4, 1836.

Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Taunton, Mass.) Records

1970 Sept. 16

LaPierre, Richard A.

Letter from Richard A. LaPierre to Harold S. Remmes

Massachusetts - Regarding the Easter Seal Society's involvement in housing for people with physical disabilities, which they are pleased to be able to help with. The Society will be paying for part of staff liaison Dorothy Jeffrey's trip to Seattle, so they cannot provide more funds for Robert John Lynch to go.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1969

Emergency housing committee Preliminary list of members

Massachusetts - List of organizations and their representatives in the housing committee and their phone numbers.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1973

Marion manor

Massachusetts - Concerning a planned housing development for people with physical disabilities. Two hundred fifty units are planned, and every apartment and all support facilities will be adapted for use by people with disabilities. Issues involved in the concept include the community reaction to a large apartment complex, if the complex will adequately serve people with disabilities, if there will be a rehabilitatio... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1969 Nov. 10

Welsh, Jane

Letter from Jane Welsh to Robert Straus

Massachusetts - Welsh represents the Massachusetts Council of Organizations of the Handicapped for the Housing Committee as she has been involved in housing needs for people with physical disabilities and elderly people. She provides Harold S. Remmes address and phone number. A handwritten note to Remmes in the top right corner says it is to keep him up to date on what she has done with the group.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1971 May 14

Remmes, Harold S.

Letter from Harold S. Remmes to Robert Kenney

Massachusetts - Remmes reviewed the material prepared by the Boston Redevelopment Authority's Planning Department, Special Projects Division entitled "Sites for Housing for the Handicapped" and commends the staff on the document. Remmes says there will have to be more interaction between the Massachusetts Council of Organizations of the Handicapped and the BRA.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1973 Feb. 21

Site feasibility

Massachusetts - Regarding the cost to locate utilities in ledge and the cost to locate foundations on a site that is mostly ledge. An engineering firm can be hired to survey the site or a qualified professional can be hired to provide a visual survey of the site that includes analysis of utilities, soil conditions, and an estimate of buildability. A handwritten note from Eliza to Elmer C. Bartels indicate that the do... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers