• [17 Warren Street.]

      1870-01-01
      SV017 — Nelson Dionne Collection. View of the (extant) house of Walter A. Kezar at 17 Warren Street, looking toward the entrance from the street. Creator unknown, c. 1860-80s.
    • 1986 NCAA DIII Final Championship: Salem State College vs Bishop College

      1986-03-15
      Three-time All American guard, and New England Player of the Year Evelyn Oquendo, lead Salem State College past Bishop College of Dallas, Texas, 89-85 to win NCAA Division III title March 15, 1986 at the O'Keefe Center at SSC in Salem, MA. Salem State finished with a program best 29-1 record. The Vikings overcame an early 12-point deficit to earn the school's first national championship. Mary Dee Brown, National Championship team captain and Kodak All American, is named Salem State's first CoSida Academic All American.
    • 1986 NCAA DIII Semi-Final: Salem State College vs Rust College

      1986-03-14
      The Lady Vikings of Salem State College (Salem, MA) defeated Rust College (Holly Springs, MS) in the NCAA DIII semi-finals on March 14, 1986 at Salem State's O'Keefe Center with a final score of 67-59.
    • [2-4 Briggs Street.]

      Lefavour, J.S. (1878-01-01)
      SV027 — Nelson Dionne Collection. From right to left, view of the (extant) houses at 2 and 4 Briggs Street looking to the northeast from Pleasant Street (now part of Washington Square East). Published by J.S. Lefavour, Salem, Mass., c. 1878-92.
    • [24-28 Church Street.]

      J.W. & J.S. Moulton (1873-01-01)
      SV014 — Nelson Dionne Collection. View of the (non-extant) house at 24-28 Church Street. Partly visible in the background, to the left of the house, is the adjacent Church Street firehouse. Published by photographers J.W. & J.S. Moulton at 256 Essex Street, Salem, Mass., in "American Views," c. 1873-76. According to Nirenstein's map of Salem's business section, by 1946 the house had been demolished to make way for an Almy's parking lot; the rest of Church Street's homes would soon succumb to a similar fate. View is duplicate of SV013.
    • [24-28 Church Street.]

      J.W. & J.S. Moulton (1873-01-01)
      SV013 — Nelson Dionne Collection. View of the (non-extant) house at 24-28 Church Street. Partly visible in the background, to the left of the house, is the adjacent Church Street firehouse. Published by photographers J.W. & J.S. Moulton at 256 Essex Street, Salem, Mass., in "American Views," c. 1873-76. According to Nirenstein's map of Salem's business section, by 1946 the house had been demolished to make way for an Almy's parking lot; the rest of Church Street's homes would soon succumb to a similar fate. View is duplicate of SV014.
    • [331-333 Essex Street.]

      1870-01-01
      SV075 — Nelson Dionne Collection. View of the (extant) house at 331-333 Essex Street. Creator unknown, c. 1870.
    • A Chart Exhibiting the Normal Course & Velocity of the Tidal Current at Ebb in Boston Harbor

      United States Coast Survey; Bache, A.D.; Davis, Charles Henry; Maffitt, John Newland (1848-01-01)
      "By A.D. Bache, Superintendent U.S. Coast Survey from observations by Lieut. J.N. Maffitt of the hydrographic party under the command of Lieut. Chas. H. Davis U.S.N." At head of title: "A No.3."
    • A Correct Map of North America

      Paas, Cornelius (1800-01-01)
      Relief shown pictorially. Hand colored. Inset: "Supplement to Carolina" shows parts of South Carolina and Georgia. Includes rivers, lakes, boundary lines, cities, towns, forts, and Indian villages and tribal territory. A version of the Robert de Vaugondy map of 1753. Source: A New Historical and Commercial System of Geography; Manchester (UK), 1800. McCorkle 800.2
    • [A Group at Willows.]

      Peabody, Edwin N. (1876-01-01)
      SV398 — Nelson Dionne Collection. View of a group posed at the site of the Salem Willows on Salem Neck, Salem, Mass. According to what is written on the beck, the leftmost four men are, from left to right: Eben N. Walton, Albert G. Browne, William M. Hill (then City Marshal), and E.C. Battis. On the extreme right is John Battis. Published by Edwin N. Peabody, Salem, Mass, 1876.
    • A History of Saint Joseph’s Parish in Salem, Massachusetts: 1873-1948

      Laurier Association; Blood, Elizabeth; Duclos-Orsello, Elizabeth (2019-01-01)
      This volume focuses attention on the centrality of St. Joseph’s parish (the people as well as the structures) in shaping, sustaining and celebrating the spiritual, cultural and linguistic life of French-Canadians and their descendants. Over seven decades, the parish grew in size and import, providing bilingual and classical education in its schools, organizing and launching social organizations, financial institutions and cultural events to assist its members with life in the United States, and offering a rich religious experience that helped generations of French-Canadian families maintain cultural, faith and linguistic connections to their ancestral homes. Written in 1948, on the occasion of the parish’s seventy-fifth anniversary, the authors not only trace the growth and transformation of St. Joseph’s but offer a close accounting of the place of the parish and its parishioners in the civic, economic and ecclesiastical life of the city, the region, the Commonwealth and even the global church. Originally published Published by the Laurier Association, 1948 Translated from French by Dr. Elizabeth Blood, Salem State University Edited with an Introduction by Dr. Elizabeth Duclos-Orsello, Salem State University
    • [A Lafayette St. Home.]

      J.W. & J.S. Moulton (1873-01-01)
      SV084 — Nelson Dionne Collection. View of an unidentified house possibly on Lafayette Street. Published by J.W. & J.S. Moulton, 256 Essex Street, Salem, Mass., c. 1874-76.
    • A Map of New France Containing Canada, Louisiana & c. in Nth. America.

      Moll, Herman (1712-01-01)
      Relief shown pictorially. "According to the Patent granted by the King of France to Monsieur Crozat, dated the 14th of Sep. 1712. N.S. and registred in the Parliament of Paris the 24th of the same Month." From Moll's Atlas geographus: or, a compleat system of geography ancient and modern. London, 1711-1717.
    • A Map Of The Country Which Was The Scene Of Operations Of the Northern Army: Including The Wilderness Through Which Genl. Arnold Marched To Attack Quebec

      Yaeger, Joseph (1832-01-01)
      From: Atlas to accompany John Marshall's The life of George Washington. Shows parts of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York State and Quebec Province. Shows forts. Engraved by Joseph Yaeger.
    • A New & Complete Map of the City of Boston with Part of Charlestown, Cambridge and Roxbury.

      Boynton, George W.; Dearborn, Nathaniel (1846-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1839, by N. Dearborn & Son, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massts." Oriented with north to the right. Includes index to public institutions and buildings, churches, and public houses. From the best authorities by G.W. Boynton for N. Dearborn, publisher, Boston, 1846. Size, 15X17 1/4 inches. Scale (computed), 83+rods to an inch. Vol. 46, p. 7.
    • A New & Complete Map of the City of Boston, with part of Charlestown, Cambridge, Brookline, Dorchester &c.

      Dutton, E.P. (1868-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures. "Published at the Boston Map Store." In lower margin: Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1867 by E.P. Dutton & Co. in the Clerks Office of the District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Oriented with north toward the lower right.
    • A New Map of North America According to the Newest Observations By H. Moll, Geographer.

      Moll, Herman (1700-01-01)
      California is shown as an island. Shows several other mythical elements, including Lahontan's Long River and the Strait of Anian, part of the fabled Northwest Passage.
    • A Plan of the Salt Marsh and Upland in Roxbury, Lying on the East Side of the Mill Creek.

      Greenleaf, Simon; Giles, Joel; Tappan & Bradford's Lith. (1852-01-01)
      Cut from Massachusetts Senate document No. 45, 1852. 1 map ; 64 x 43 cm. on sheet 72 x 50 cm.
    • A Reference Guide to Salem, 1630: Forest River Park, Salem, Massachusetts.

      Salem (Mass.). Board of Park Commissioners. (1935-01-01)