Cornelia B. Wheeler Papers
- Wheeler, Cornelia B. (Person)
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2.5 Linear feet
2.17 Cubic Feet
9 boxes (8 Hollinger boxes and 1 oversize box)
Wheeler was very active in Cambridge politics and civic life from the 1930s through the 1990s. She was elected to three terms on the Cambridge City Council (1964-65; 1966-67; 1968-69). After leaving the Council, she organized a citizens group that was involved in the development planning for Harvard Square. She donated a substantial amount of money for the Wheeler Water Garden in Danehy Park in Cambridge and it bears her name. Wheeler died on August 14, 2005.
Organization of Collection
Series 2. Cambridge Business
Series 3. Topical Files
Series 4. Visual Materials
This collection is arranged into 4 series, alphabetically within series.
- Finding Aid to the Cornelia B. Wheeler Papers, 1947-2003
- The finding aid was created by Allyson Doyle under the supervision of Alyssa Pacy in October 2016
- October 23, 2016
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