This research project by students in the Primary Research Through the History of Beverly course of 2002-03 examines various aspects of postcard use in the first half of the 20th century.
Research papers by students using the database and digitized library they created on this project’s website.
Students in the Primary Research Through the History of Beverly class of 2002-03 used the Beverly Educational Archives and the Monroe C. Gutman Library’s Special Collections to study various aspects of public school history.
Students in the Primary Research Through the History of Beverly class of 2001-02 researched the various neighborhoods of Beverly using collections of documents at the Beverly Historical Society, Beverly Public Library, and Beverly Educational Archives.
Through individual research on Beverly’s first settlers, industries, development, economic change, original woodlands, stonewalls, and the original flora and fauna of the area, the Primary History Through the History of Beverly class of 2003-04 comprised a detailed history of Beverly’s landscape and its connection to broader history.
Students from the Primary Research through the History of Beverly class of 2001-02 used documents from both the Massachusetts Historical Society and Beverly Historical Society to research various aspects of Dane’s illustrious career.
Annotated by Matthew Lauranzano, this list includes research from 1991-2000.