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Massachusetts China is Now on Display

Massachusetts ChinaA selection of Massachusetts China is now on display in the South Entrance lobby of the Martin Institute.  This selection of china is part of the Joseph W. Martin Jr. Papers  and is believed to have been purchased sometime during the 1940s, during one of Martin’s terms as Minority Leader or his first term as the Speaker of the House in 1948.  The china would have been used for official functions hosted by Joseph Martin.

Massachusetts China on Display

For more information, please contact Nicole Casper, Director of Archives and Historical Collections at 508-565-1396

 

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Author Maury Klein Speaks at Ames Family Dinner

On May 11th, members of the Ames family gathered at Stonehill for their annual family dinner.  After touring the renovation of the Ames Shovel Works (located 2 miles from the College), which is being repurposed into residential apartments, the family listened to a lecture by retired URI professor Maury Klein.  Dr. Klein’s works on the Union Pacific railroad and General Electric includes many references to the Ames family’s involvement in these companies.

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Bauman Exhibit Opens

On April 25th, the Stonehill College Archives opened its first full scale exhibit of the Stanley Bauman Photograph Collection on what would have been Mr. Bauman’s 100th birthday.  The exhibit, titled, “A Lasting Legacy: Stanley Bauman and His Camera,” features 90 of the approximately 500,000 images captured by Mr. Bauman during his 70 plus years as a professional photographer.  Offering a small glimpse of the variety of images in the collection, the exhibit showcases photos of boxing heavyweight champ Rocky Marciano, nostalgic scenes of downtown Brockton and D.W. Field Park, shots of schools from Brockton and other Southeastern Massachusetts municipalities, and many more photos that convey the significance of Mr. Bauman’s lasting legacy. Located in the Archives gallery in the lobby of Cushing-Martin Hall, the exhibit is open to the public free of charge, between 8am and 6pm, Monday-Friday.