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Manuscripts. Special Collections

 Subject Guide
Identifier: Manuscripts
Special Collections preserves the history of Boston's social movements, including civil and political rights, immigrant rights, homelessness, and urban and environmental justice. The records document the history of Boston's African American, Chinese, LGBTQA, Latinx and other communities, as well as Boston's public infrastructure, neighborhoods, and natural environments. Special Collections also includes rare books, faculty publications, and the Northeastern University Press collection. Most of these publications are searchable in Scholar OneSearch.

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Fenway Alliance records

 Collection
Identifier: M216
Scope and Contents The Fenway Alliance records document the organization’s activities through administrative records, plans, reports, photographs, photographic slides, and subject files. The records document internal committees, meetings, and strategic planning, as well as the organization’s community outreach, external partnerships, and projects in the Fenway area. These records document the Fenway neighborhood, as well as changes to it, as a result of building development, land use, and Muddy River...
Dates: 1962-2015