Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 10 of 33 on P. TOWNSEND, of Boston, at whose disposal she left a certain portion of her estate....
" P. TOWNSEND, of Boston, at whose disposal she left a certain portion of her estate in trust, for such charitable and public institutions as they might think meritorious. Said executors accordingly selected the Public Library of the City of Boston as one... "
Annual Report - Auditing Department - Page 243
by Boston (Mass.). Auditing Dept - 1894
Full view - About this book

Annual report

1866
...It is a donation from William Minot, and William Minot, Jr., Esqrs., executors of the will of Miss Mary P. Townsend, of Boston, at whose disposal she...for such charitable and public institutions as they might think meritorious. Said executors accordingly selected the Public Library of the City of Boston,...
Full view - About this book

Annual report

1867
...It is a donation from William Minot, and William Minot, Jr., Esqrs., executors of the will of Miss Mary P. Townsend, of Boston, at whose disposal she...for such charitable and public institutions as they might think meritorious. Said executors accordingly selected the Public Library of the City of Boston,...
Full view - About this book

Documents of the City of Boston, Volume 2

Boston (Mass.). City Council - Boston (Mass.) - 1869
...from William Minot, and William Minot, Jr., Esqrs., executors of the will of Miss Mary P. Townseud, of Boston, at whose disposal she left a certain portion...for such charitable and public institutions as they might think meritorious. Said executors accordingly selected the Public Library of the City of Boston,...
Full view - About this book

Annual report

1870
...This is a donation from William Minot, and William Minot, jr., Esqrs., executors of the will of Miss Mary P. Townsend, of Boston, at whose disposal she...for such charitable and public institutions as they might think meritorious. Said executors accordingly selected the Public Library of the city of Boston,...
Full view - About this book

Annual report

1879
...advance the value of our great library." One certificate of City of Boston Six per cent. Stock, $n,000 00 TOWNSEND FUND. — This is a donation from William...for such charitable and public institutions -as they might think meritorious. Said executors accordingly selected the Public Library of the City of Boston...
Full view - About this book

Annual report

1880
...is a donation from William Minot and William Minot, Jr., executors of the will of MARY P. TOWNSKND, of Boston, at whose disposal she left a certain portion...for such charitable and public institutions as they might think meritorious. Said executors accordingly selected the Public Library of the City of Boston...
Full view - About this book

Annual report

1881
...the value of our great library." Invested in one certificate of City of Boston Six per cent. Stock, $5,000 00 TOWNSEND FUND. — This is a donation from...for such charitable and public institutions as they might think meritorious. Said executors accordingly selected the Public Library of the City of Boston...
Full view - About this book

Annual report

1882
...the City Council, Dec. 27, 1873. Invested in one certificate of City of Boston Six per cent. Stock, for $5,000 00 TOWNSEND FUND. — This is a donation...for such charitable and public institutions as they might think meritorious. Said executors accordingly selected the Public Library of the City of Boston...
Full view - About this book

Annual report

1883
...the City Council/Dec. 27, 1873. Invested in one certificate of City of Boston Six per cent. Stock, for $5,000 00 TOWNSEND FUND. —This is a donation...for such charitable and public institutions as they might think meritorious. Said executors accordingly selected the Public Library of the City of Boston...
Full view - About this book

Annual report

1885
...Invested in one certificate of City of Boston Six per cent. • Stock, for $5,000 00 TOWNSEND FUND—This is a donation from William Minot and William Minot,...for such charitable and public institutions as they might think meritorious. Said executors accordingly selected the Public Library of the City of Boston...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download PDF