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2007.226.001 -

Large (textile) box with oversize photos and captions on foam core from the Bridge exhibit of 1990 on the Jamestown Bridge; the 1991 exhibit which compared the old Jamestown Bridge and the replacement Jamestown-Verrazzano Bridge which was then under construction. A few items (oversized) from the 1992 exhibit on "Back to the 40s" are also included.

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2007.226.002 -

Photos and captions on foam core from the Bridge exhibit of 1990 on the Jamestown Bridge and the 1991 exhibit which compared the old Jamestown Bridge and the replacement Jamestown-Verrazzano Bridge which was then under construction.

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2007.226.003 -

Photos and captions on foam core from the Bridge exhibit of 1990 on the Jamestown Bridge and the 1991 exhibit which compared the old Jamestown Bridge and the replacement Jamestown-Verrazzano Bridge which was then under construction.

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2007.227.001 -

Photos and captions on foam core from the 1992 exhibit, "Back to the 40s."

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2007.227.002 -

Photos and captions on foam core from the 1992 exhibit, "Back to the 40s."

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2007.227.003 -

Photos and captions on foam core from the 1992 exhibit, "Back to the 40s."

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A 2006.422.003 - 1976-1987

Correspondence re National Register properties. Copies of town files. (14 pages)

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A.2012.702.003 - 2012, April 30

Ian Hall,age 9, of Jamestown is one of the top javelin throwers in the world for his age group. (Jamestown Press -photo ) 4/30/2012

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A.2012.702.004 -

"Descendants of Job Caswell of Newport, RI" compiled by William S. Caswell, Jr. Thomas Caswell, born 1623 in Somerset, England, married Mary and they had 12 children. The second child was Thomas Caswell, born 1650/51. He was the father of Job Caswell, born before 1700 in Taunton, MA. He went to Newport, RI in 1720 ; was a carpenter, married and had 14 children. In 1805, William Caswell married Sarah Chappell of Jamestown. Philip Caswel ...

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A.2012.702.006 - 2012, May 17

Kathy Almanzor will begin working in the newly formed position of Director of Curriculum, Assessment and Professional Development. She has worked for the past 10 years as principal of the Melrose Avenue and Lawn Avenue schools. (Jamestown Press ) 5/17/2012

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A.2012.702.007 - 2012, May 17

Andrew Potter attended University of Rhode Island in the late 1970s and has lived in Jamestown the past five years. He is heading to California in June to present he one-man multimedia show -"The Road to High Street" - at the Hollywood Fringe festival. (Jamestown Press - photo) 5/17/2012

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A.2012.702.008 - 2012, May 24

Bill Petrarca has been promoted to the position of superintendent of the wastewater plant upon the retirement of Peter Bell. The Public Works Department is recruiting for an assistant superintendent. ( Jamestown Press ) 5/24/2012

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A.2012.702.009 - 2012, May 31

Brian Reid and his horse, Brenda Lee, travel together across the country giving inspirational talks and holding workshops that promote personal development. The business is called 'Horses Know the Way Home'. ( Jamestown Press ) 5/31/2012

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A.2012.702.010 - 2002, July 3

Paul Housberg , who has graduate degrees from Rhode Island School of Design, and who has a studio in Jamestown, has completed a light and glass project which is to be installed at Logan Airport's international terminal. Twenty-four glass panels ( symbolic of the 24 international time zones) ,lighted from behind, will serve as backdrop on the 600 foot long wall behind the counters. ( Jamestown Press photo ) ...

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A.2012.702.040 - 2012, March 22

Jan Martin,a retired first grade teacher, has volunteered in the Jamestown schools for 30 years. She has followed the curriculum developed by her mother-in-law, Mary Stearns McGaughan, founder of the Humane Society of Jamestown. The curriculum teaches children about pets, wildlife and the ecosystem. ( Jamestown Press photo ) 3/22/2012

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A.2012.702.041 - 2012, March 8

John McCauley, has been named the new executive director of the Jamestown Chamber of Commerce. After owning a summer home in Jamestown he and his wife and children moved back to Jamestown in 2003. He retired 2 years ago and applied for the position. He is the only paid employee of the chamber. In addition the the Chamber of Commerce he is active in other community organizations. ( Jamestown Press photo ) ...

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A.2012.702.042 - 2012, March 8

Tim Dwyer is preparing for the Run of the Charles canoe and kayak race. He has raced kayaks since 1999 and has won the event before. ( Jamestown Press photo ) 3/8/2012

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A.2012.702.043 - 2012, February 23

Bill House has been involved in fitness training since a youngster. He has been at the Jamestown Fitness Center since it opened seven years ago and has trained a variety of clients with different goals and/or problems. ( Jamestown Press photo ) 3/23/2012

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A.2012.702.044 - 2012, February 16

David Howe has been appointed to the Martin Luther King Community Center's board of trustees. Howe runs Cosmed Group, Inc. ( a food safety company founded by his father). The company specializes in selling equipment and services to people who want their food pasteurized. ( Jamestown Press ) 2/16/2012

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A.2012.702.045 - 2012, July 5

Dr. Stephen Mecca teaches nuclear physics at Providence College and is chairman of the state Atomic Energy commission. . Four years ago he was a visiting professor in Ghana and was appalled by the sanitation there. and so, working with a Ghanian engineer he developed a biofill digester. And then he developed a toilet valve that could be flushed with less than 50 cubic centimeters of water and married the two technologies to create the microflush- ...

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