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DiMattiaSusan_tellyourstorypdf_006.pdf
Introduction booklet given to visitors on the US Navy destroyer USS Peterson. The booklet provides information about the ship, its commanding officers, and personal safety guidelines for visitors. Several black and white photographs of the ship are…

DiMattiaSusan_tellyourstorypdf_005.pdf
Booklet published by The Fidelity Trust Company of Stamford containing reproductions of murals painted at their office on Atlantic Street by the artist Stanley J. Rowland. The Fidelity Trust Company commissioned the murals in 1949. They were…

DiMattiaSusan_tellyourstorypdf_007.pdf
Promotional brochure about Stamford Downtown produced by the city government. and the Stamford Downtown Special Services District.
The brochure talks about the highlights of the downtown area, as well as the educational and entrepreneurial…

DiMattiaSusan_tellyourstorypdf_003.pdf
Program from the Ferguson LIbrary's centennial celebration on November 19, 1981. The brochure gives a timeline of notable events in the library's history, and lists all the Presidents of the Board of Trustees and Directors of the Ferguson Library.…

DiMattiaSusan_tellyourstorypdf_002.pdf
Promotional real estate booklet from the Donnelly Agency, Inc. that provides information to potential home buyers and sellers. The booklet features a photograph of the Ferguson Library on the cover, as well as in a two=page spread on pages 8 and 9.…

DiMattiaSusan_tellyourstorypdf_001.pdf
Pamphlet providing information on the Corinthian Bench public art that was installed outside the main branch of the Ferguson Library in Stamford, Connecticut on October 27, 1988. It was the third of four public art installations in Stamford that…

AHRI_Vol06.pdf
The "Architectural and Historic Resources Inventory" of the City of Stamford below "Bull's Head", was funded jointly by the National Park Service through a grant from the Conn. Historical Commission, and the Stamford Community Development…

FagianiGil_TellYourStory_001.pdf
Typed account of Gil Fagiani's life growing up in the Springdale neighborhood of Stamford, Connecticut. He gives an account of what life was like in Stamford in the 1950s, including spending time with friends and encountering bullies at school.

AHRI_Vol01.pdf
The "Architectural and Historic Resources Inventory" of the City of Stamford below "Bull's Head", was funded jointly by the National Park Service through a grant from the Conn. Historical Commission, and the Stamford Community Development…

LowenthalMort_TellYourStory_005.pdf
The Stamford Human Rights Commission was a Municipal Agency created by a Stamford ordinance where the City of Stamford "may encourage and bring about mutual understanding and respect among all groups in the city, eliminate prejudice, intolerance,…
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