Atlanta Braves Fan Who Fell 'Was Doing One of His Favorite Things'
"The night Greg passed away, he was doing one of his favorite things — watching the Braves," Gregory Murrey's family said in a statement.
Willard Brothers
All Willard Brothers were born at their modest family farm in Grafton, Massachusetts, successively between 1743 and 1755. Owning independent workshops at Boston, they were the most celebrated clockmak...
Boston Aquarial and Zoological Gardens
The Boston Aquarial and Zoological Gardens (October 1860 - June 1862) in Boston, Massachusetts, featured a public aquarium and zoo. It was located in the Financial District on Central Court (off Washi...
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Atlanta Braves Fan Who Fell 'Was Doing One of His Favorite Things'
"The night Greg passed away, he was doing one of his favorite things — watching the Braves," Gregory Murrey's family said in a statement.
Sylvester Baxter
Sylvester Baxter (1850–1927) was an American newspaper writer and urban planner in the Boston area. In 1893 he became the first secretary of the Massachusetts Metropolitan Park Commission and along wi...
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George Girdler Smith
George Girdler Smith (September 8, 1795 in Danvers, Massachusetts – December 18, 1878 in Boston, Massachusetts) was an engraver in 19th-century Boston. He kept a studio on Washington Street. Collabor...
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Washington Gardens (Boston)
Washington Gardens (1814 – ca.1829) was a place of public entertainment and refreshment in early 19th-century Boston, Massachusetts. Also known as Vauxhall, it specialized in fireworks, circuses, musi...
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Grace Church (Boston, Massachusetts)
Grace Church (1835-1865) was an episcopal church in Boston, Massachusetts, located in Beacon Hill, on Temple Street. The church operated for 30 years. Ministers included Thomas M. Clark (1836-1843); C...
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Ernest Ferdinand Ritz
Ernest Ferdinand Ritz or E. F. Ritz (ca.1848-1890) was a Swedish-born photographer in Boston, Massachusetts, in the 19th century. In the 1860s-1880s he worked in partnership with George F. Hastings as...
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Oliver Ditson
Oliver Ditson (October 20, 1811 - December 21, 1888) was an American businessman and founder of Oliver Ditson and Company, one of the major music publishing houses of the late 19th century.
Oliver...
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Boston Reds (1884)
The Boston Reds (called the Boston Unions in some sources) of 1884 were a member of the short-lived Union Association. One of the last teams to join the Union Association, the Reds were owned by Georg...
Thomas Melvill (American patriot)
Thomas Melvill or Thomas Melville (1751–1832) of Boston, Massachusetts, was a merchant, member of the Sons of Liberty, participant in the Boston Tea Party, a major in the American Revolution, a longti...
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Charles Hubbard (artist)
Charles Hubbard (1801–1875) was an artist in Boston, Massachusetts in the 19th century. He kept a studio on Tremont Row and was affiliated with the Boston Artists' Association. He served as state sena...
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Boston Female Asylum
The Boston Female Asylum (1800-1910) was an orphanage in Boston, Massachusetts, "for the care of indigent girls." Its mission was to "receive ... protect ... and instruct ... female orphans until the ...
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National Peace Jubilee
The National Peace Jubilee was a celebration, organized by Patrick Gilmore in Boston on June 15, 1869. It featured an orchestra and a chorus, as well as numerous soloists. More than 11,000 performers ...
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George Barrell Emerson
George Barrell Emerson (September 12, 1797 – March 14, 1881) was an American educator and pioneer of women's education.
He was born in Kennebunk, Maine. He graduated from Harvard College in 1817, ...
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Hartwell and Richardson
Hartwell and Richardson was a Boston, Massachusetts architectural firm established in 1881, by Henry Walker Hartwell (1833–1919) and William Cummings Richardson (1854–1935). The firm contributed sign...
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Gilbert & Dean
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Robert Ball Hughes
Robert Ball Hughes (January 19, 1804 — March 5, 1868), often known as Ball Hughes, was a British-American sculptor, born in England and active in the United States.
Ball Hughes was born in London....
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The Boston Associates
The Boston Associates was a term created by historian Vera Shlakmen in Economic History of a Factory Town, A Study of Chicopee, Massachusetts (1935) to describe a loosely linked group of investors. Th...
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Nathaniel Stone Simpkins
Nathaniel Stone Simpkins (Jan. 8, 1796–June 18, 1887) was a bookseller, publisher, and legislator in Massachusetts in the 19th century. He ran a bookshop and circulating library in Boston ca.1820-1830...
Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society
The Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society (1833–1840) was an abolitionist, interracial organization in Boston, Massachusetts, in the mid-19th century. "During its brief history ... it orchestrated three ...
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Melodeon (Boston, Massachusetts)
The Melodeon (1839 - ca.1870) was a concert hall and performance space in 19th-century Boston, Massachusetts, located on Washington Street, near West Street. Musical concerts, lectures, sermons, confe...
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Anthology Club
The Anthology Club, or Anthology Society (1804-1811) was organized in 1804 in Boston, Massachusetts by the Rev. William Emerson, father of Ralph Waldo Emerson.
It was organized in response to the ...
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Alonzo Hartwell
Alonzo Hartwell (19 February 1805 Littleton, Massachusetts – 17 January 1873 Waltham, Massachusetts) was an engraver and portrait artist in Boston, Massachusetts, in the 19th century. He trained with ...
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John White Webster
John White Webster (May 20, 1793–August 30, 1850), born in Boston, Massachusetts, was a professor of chemistry and geology at Harvard Medical College. In 1849-1850, he was convicted of murder in the i...
Frederick Gleason
Frederick Gleason (c.1817 – November 6, 1896) was a publisher in Boston, Massachusetts, in the mid-19th century. He is best known for establishing the popular illustrated weekly Gleason's Pictor...
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