The Coppola Collection inventory project has been funded in part by Mass Humanities, which receives support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and is an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
|Anthony H. Coppola Collection
Series 9: Celebrations
|Box #||Folder #||Collection #||Description|
|6||1||2018.01.09.01||July 1903 – Photograph: Old Home Week, July 28-29, 1903 (2 photographs)|
|6||2||2018.01.09.02||July 1903 – Photograph: Old Home Week in East Douglas|
|6||3||2018.01.09.03||Program – “Dedication of the Soldiers’ Monument, at Douglas, Mass. A memorial to the unknown dead, soldiers, sailors and marines of 1776–1812, 1861 to 1865, and 1898…..” September 19th, 1908 at 10.30 A.M.|
|6||3||2018.01.09.04||Program – “Dedication of the Soldiers’ Monument, donated to the town of Douglas by the late James Smith, Saturday, Sept. 19, 1908, a memorial to her honored dead and survivors of the Civil War.”|
|6||4||2018.01.09.05||Program – “Dedication of the new Town Hall, East Douglas, Mass.” February 24, 1923.|
|6||5||2018.01.09.06||General, 200th Anniversary & Welcome Home Committees. Town of Douglas, 200th anniversary and welcome home for World War II veterans. Douglas, MA: [Publisher unknown], 1946.
~ Missing Cover
~ Notes on back Autograph Page and throughout publication
|6||6||2018.01.09.07||General, 25th Anniversary Committee. 25th Anniversary, Joseph J. Michna Post 7554, veterans of foreign wars, mustered on June 8, 1946, 1946–1971, East Douglas, Massachusetts. Douglas, MA: [Publisher unknown], 1971.|
|6||7||2018.01.09.08||General, Bicentennial Committee. Douglas Salutes America’s 200 Years of Independence. Douglas, MA: [Publisher unknown], 1976.|
|6||8||2018.01.09.09||Celebrations and Events – clippings and notes, 1905-1910, 1976|