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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
by Chris Gervais
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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Oral History Interview with Philip C. Maia, March 25, 2017 Biographical Note: Philip C. Maia was born on the island of Madeira in 1958; son of Encarnacao A. (da Camara) and João B. Maia; at the age of twelve, with his mother and three sisters, he immigrated to the U.S. and settled in Lowell, Massachusetts, in the “Back Central” neighborhood, in a small apartment building on Central Street with relatives in the same building; his father joined his family in 1974 and they subsequently moved...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
by Chris Gervais
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Center for Irish Partnerships Archive
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This lecture will focus on the Irish political landscape in 1917 and examine the impact of the hunger strike and in particular the death of Ashe.
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Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
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The poster for the 2017 Southeast Asian American Studies Conference that was held at UMass Lowell on July 27-29, 2017.
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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Community Texts
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A flier advertising the 2017 Southeast Asian American Studies Conference that was held at UMass Lowell on July 27-29, 2017.
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Center for Irish Partnerships Archive
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The nomination form for the 2017 Tip O'Neill Diaspora Award; the president of the UMass system, Marty Meehan, was nominated, and his biography is appended to the nomination form.
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Community Texts
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Oral History Interview with Priscilla Hilliard, March 2, 2017 Biographical Note: Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, in 1947; daughter Mary C. (Freitas) and Alvaro Aguiar; the Freitas branch of the family from Azorean island of Faial; Aguiar branch from Madeira Island; Priscilla (Aguiar) Hilliard grew up on Central Street in the heart of Lowell’s major Portuguese neighborhood and was educated in Lowell’s public schools, graduated from Lowell High School, and later, Merrimack College in North...
Topics: Portugal, Portuguese, Memórias – Preserving the Stories of Lowell's Portuguese Community, oral...
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
by Chris Gervais
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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Greater Lowell Oral History Collection
by Gray Fitzsimons
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Oral History Interview with Dimas Espinola, October 19, 2017 Biographical Note: Born on the Azorean island of Terceira, in the village of Biscoitos, in 1950; Dimas Espinola immigrated with his family to the United States in the late 1960s, settling in Lowell’s “Back Central” (predominately Portuguese) neighborhood; his father, formerly a furniture maker in Biscoitos, obtained a job as a loom fixer in the Wannalancit Mills; his mother worked in a shoe factory; Mr. Espinola received his...
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Community Texts
by UMass Lowell
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The booklet for the March 2017 UMass Lowell faculty symposium held on March 2, 2017.
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The Films of the Vozeolas Brothers
by El G. Vozeolas; Arthur G. Vozeolas
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A documentary montage made up of short films produced and directed by El G. Vozeolas about the residents, heritage, and culture of Lowell, Massachusetts. Arthur G. Vozeolas was the director of photography. The montage was assembled and edited by Mehmed Ali and Mitchell Similien. Sponsored by the Hellenic Heritage Society.
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UMass Lowell Center for Irish Partnerships Archive
by UMass Lowell Center for Irish Partnerships
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The full report issued to the public by the UMass Lowell Center for Irish Partnerships detailing their activities for the year 2016.
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Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
by UMass Lowell Center for Asian American Studies
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The program for the 2017 Southeast Asian American Studies Conference that was held at the University of Massachusetts Lowell from July 27-29, 2017.
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UMass Lowell Center for Irish Partnerships Archive
by Frank Talty; UMass Lowell Center for Irish Partnerships
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The completed form nominating Martin "Marty" Meehan for the 2017 Tip O'Neill Diaspora Award.
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
by Chris Gervais
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Oral History Interview with Patricia (Santos) Nickles, February 25, 2017 Biographical Note: Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, in 1950; daughter of Ruth E. (Cassidy) and Charles R. Santos, Jr., (1923-1990); Ruth (Cassidy) Santos (b. 1923) was from an Irish-American, Catholic family; her father, was born in Lowell; her grandfather, Charles R. Santos, Sr., (1901-1964) was born in Lowell on Charles Street and was from a Portuguese family; his father (Nickle’s great grandfather), Albert Santos, was...
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UMass Lowell Center for Irish Partnerships Archive
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The chief of staff and special adviser to Ireland’s minister of foreign affairs and trade will discuss policy issues central to the country’s future. Topics are expected to include the “Brexit” vote and what’s ahead as Ireland concludes its centennial observance of its quest for independence from British rule, known as the “Easter Rising” of 1916. Sarah Kavanagh’s free presentation for the campus and community is the latest in a speaker series on topics important to U.S....
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A program that will offer participants a guide to identifying their Irish ancestors will be presented by internationally known genealogist Michael Brophy. Topics to be discussed include how to locate vital records and immigration documentation, along with the challenges presented by the destruction of the Public Records Office in Dublin nearly a century ago. Suitable for individuals new to the field, the free program is one in a series presented by the UMass Lowell Center for Irish...
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The official program for the 2017 Tip O'Neill Diaspora Awards weekend.
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Flyer advertising a lecture by Ely Janis, Associate Professor of History at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts on the Irish Ladies' Land League. The event was held on Monday, March 6, 2017 at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center.
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Oral History Interview with Francis J. “Jack” Picanso, March 3, 2017 Biographical Note: Francis J. “Jack” Picanso was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, in 1936; son of Rita R. (Stillings) and Anthony Picanso, who were also born in Lowell; the fraternal grandfather, Manuel C. Picanso (1868-1937) immigrated from the Azores (most likely the island of Graciosa), settling in Lowell in 1887; Manuel Picanso was one of the founders of Lowell’s first Portuguese Catholic church (on Gorham and...
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The official program for the Women and Leadership conference hosted by UMass Lowell and Queen's University Belfast at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center on November 17, 2017.
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