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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,…

LowenthalMort_TellYourStory_004.pdf
Report from the Stamford Citizens Committee to Study De Facto Segregation in the Public Elementary Schools about the segregation status of the Stamford public schools in 1966. The committee studied the segregation situation as it existed in 1965 and…

LowenthalMort_TellYourStory_003.pdf
Poem written for Mort Lowenthal by one of his grandchildren for his 80th birthday.

LowenthalMort_TellYourStory_002.pdf
Booklet for the 2011 JHS Heritage Award presented to Mort and Eleanor Lowenthal from the Jewish Historical Society of Lower Fairfield County. The award was presented on June 12, 2011 at the Temple Beth El in Stamford, Connecticut. The booklet…

LowenthalMort_TellYourStory_001.pdf
Brochure for the 2011 JHS Heritage Award presented to Mort and Eleanor Lowenthal from the Jewish Historical Society of Lower Fairfield County. The award was presented on June 12, 2011 at the Temple Beth El in Stamford, Connecticut.

BadashAnaMaria_TellYourStory_transcript.pdf
Typed account written by Ana Maria Badash for the Tell Your Story project at The Ferguson Library in Stamford, Connecticut. This was the document Ms. Badash read from during her interview session.

Ms. Badash talks about her family and herself in…

http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/batchupload/citypamphlets/91.pdf
Promotional material created by the city of Stamford to encourage home ownership in the city.
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