Browse Items (35 total)

  • Collection: Board of Health, Laurence Howard, Executive Clerk Collection

Telegram sent to Walter G. Campbell, U.S. Department of Agriculture regarding impure ergot.

A letter from H. W. Ambruster regarding the selling of "adulterated, impure and putrid" ergot in Massachusetts

The front page of the Rescue Herald, a publication of the American Rescue Workers. The first article gives an overview of the organizations work; providing care for the sick and poor.

Letter to inform Department Heads of the Clerical and Administrative Employees of the City of Somerville to donate to the Unemployment Relief Committee for Somerville.

Report written by inspector H. B. Berry describing the work of the American Rescue Worker's day nursery

License issued to the American Rescue Workers authorizing the organization to run a day nursery. The license specifies the number of children allowed, and the number of workers required.

Request for renewal of hospital license and name transfer from Edward J. Dailey for Hospital located at 26 Central Street.

Application for American Rescue Workers' Day Nursery License.

Letter written by Staff Captain and Mrs. George E.S. Ransom, New England Divisional Officers and Adjutant Lillian Henderson, New England Treasurer to the Somerville Board of Health. The letter describes the services offered by the American Rescue…

License to keep one goat at 16 Fitchburg Street


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