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Boston Globe Library collection

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Identifier: M214
Scope and Contents The Boston Globe Library collection, 4,239 cubic feet (4,376 boxes), documents the newspaper’s journalism of Greater Boston and New England from circa 1872 to 2003 through articles, images, and other related materials. The collection consists of four series: 1. Newspaper Clippings, 2. Microfilm, 3. Print Photographs, and 4. Negative Photographs.The materials within this collection were arranged and described using the “More Product, Less Process” (MPLP) method of archival processing...

Central Artery Environmental Oversight Committee (Anne Fanton) records

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Identifier: M199
Overview Anne Fanton served as executive director of the Central Artery Environmental Oversight Committee which monitored environmental commitments of the “Big Dig” construction project in Boston, Massachusetts from 1992–2009. The “Big Dig” project revitalized the Central Artery by replacing the elevated Interstate 93 with the Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Tunnel and adding the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge. In addition, Interstate 90 was extended to Logan International Airport and Route 1A with the...

Central Artery/Tunnel Project, John "Jack" M. Quinlan photographs

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Identifier: M219
Scope and Contents The collection documents Jack Quinlan’s work as the Director for Public Affairs for the Central Artery/Tunnel project also known as “The Big Dig” (1991-2007). The 521 color photographs, circa 1991-2006, were used by Quinlan in slide presentations on the progress of the Big Dig. The slides include project design charts, as well as aerial photographs and detailed photographs of the construction. All slides are digitized and available in Northeastern University’s Digital Repository Service.

Daniel J. McNichol papers

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Identifier: M194
Overview Daniel McNichol served as Deputy Director for Public Affairs and spokesperson for the “Big Dig” construction project in Boston, Massachusetts from 1993-2000. In 2000, he left the position to publish numerous articles and books about the project. The “Big Dig” project revitalized the Central Artery by replacing the elevated Interstate 93 with the Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Tunnel and adding the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge. In addition, Interstate 90 was extended to Logan International Airport...

Nancy Caruso papers

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Identifier: M195
Overview Nancy Caruso is a community activist and co-founder of the North End Waterfront Central Artery Committee. The Committee was established in 1993 to lessen the impact of the Central Artery/Tunnel Project on the North End and Waterfront neighborhoods of Boston, Massachusetts. The Project revitalized the Central Artery by replacing the elevated Interstate 93 with the Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Tunnel and adding the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge. In addition, Interstate 90 was extended to Logan...