Browse Collections (21 total)

Chris Sinatra Collection

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Collection of items provide by Chris Sinatra during his Tell Your Story interview.

Contributors: Skornia, Frank J., interviewer

Galdino Velasco Collection

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Collection of items provided by Galdino Velasco during his Tell Your Story interview.

Contributors: Skornia, Frank J., interviewer

Gwen Ketchum Collection

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Collection of items brought to the Ferguson Library by Gwen Ketchum to highlight her Tell Your Story oral history interview.

Contributors: Skornia, Frank J., interviewer

Historical Ferguson Library Pamphlets

http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/batchupload/librarypamphlets/87.pdf

Collection of promotional library pamphlets from Ferguson Library's history.

Historical Postcards of Stamford, Connecticut

http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/batchupload/historicalpostcards/166.jpg

Historical postcards depicting Stamford's past.

Historical Stamford Church Pamphlets

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Collection of historical church pamphlets advertising various events at different churches in Stamford, Connecticut from the 1870s to the 1920s

Historical Stamford Municipal Pamphlets

http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/batchupload/citypamphlets/91.pdf

Collection of pamphlets and promotional materials from events in Stamford, Connecticut history.

Historical Stamford Parks Pamphlets

http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/batchupload/parkpamphlets/92.pdf

Collection of pamphlets and promotional materials from city parks around Stamford, Connecticut.

Historical Stamford School Pamphlets

http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/batchupload/schoolpamphlets/81.pdf

Collection of pamphlets and promotional materials from public and private schools in Stamford, Connecticut.

Historical Young Men's Christian Association Pamphlets

http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/batchupload/ymcapamphlets/9.pdf

Collection of promotional pamphlets from the Young Men's Christian Association in Stamford, Connecticut from the early 1900s to the late 1960s.