Welcome to Woburn Public Library’s new Glennon Archives blog! This is where we’ll be posting upcoming archival events, highlighting new collections and blogging about all things archival. First, be sure to explore our new Archives website with its enhanced research capability and links to a Collection Guide, finding aids, Online Exhibits and Digital Collections. Utilizing PastPerfect software, Digital Collections provides online access to our museum, manuscript and photograph collections. Whether you want to research an object, read about a manuscript collection or explore random images, Digital Collections connects you with Woburn history and provides easy access to the Glennon Archives’ collections. New records will be added on a regular basis so be sure to check back often.
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We are pleased to report that on Monday, September 14, the City Council voted to approve the bond authorization brought forth by Mayor Galvin for the […]
A large gilt- framed portrait of an unidentified woman, recovered some years ago from a home on Page Place in Woburn, was recently acquired by the […]
The helmet of former Woburn Police Chief Charles R. McCauley was recently acquired from the Woburn Police Department. Chief McCauley was appointed in 1921 and held […]
Have you dreamed of a day when notifications of the Library’s events, new initiatives, and other items of interest would come to your inbox in a snazzy […]