Annual Appeal, 2017-2018

Here's how to DONATE!

  • Online:
    • Through the PayPal Giving Fund using your PayPal account (Our legal name is Immigrant City Archives dba Lawrence History Center)
      [Preferred as we pay NO fees on these donations] .

    • Through PayPal Direct where you will be taken to a Paypal page where you can donate any amount you like using a credit card. You do not need to have a Paypal account in order to make a donation. Please consider making monthly donations via your credit card!

  • By mail: Mail your donation payable to: Lawrence History Center, 6 Essex Street, Lawrence, MA 01840

Thank you very much for your support!

TOP: Rising Loaves 2017 student weaver (Photo credit: Katharine Webster); drawing of 19th century weaver. BOTTOM:
LEFT (top to bottom): 2017 Eartha Dengler History Award Recipients Jurg Siegenthaler, Joseph Bella, Linda Siegenthaler, and Jim Beauchesne, with LHC director Susan Grabski second from left (Photo credit Rumbo News); Bessie M. Burke’s daughter, Eileen Sholik, enjoying our archives of the Bessie M. Burke Memorial Hospital; LHC collections manager Amita Kiley showing students a steam engine that was restored by students at the Greater Lawrence Technical School; pre-Dengler event selfie by Joshua Alba with fellow millennials Sabrina Boggio, Glennys Sanchez, Jessica Valentin, and Cassandra Abou-Farah. RIGHT (top to bottom): Shinnosuke Nakaminato, a graduate student from the University of Tokyo, Japan; Rising Loaves students interacting during small group time; LHC 2nd Vice President Mark Svendsen (left), with colleague Mark Alaimo, exploring our Boy Scouts Collection; LHC board member Mark Cutler (right) and his Phillips Academy students at El Taller with the exhibit they created in tandem with the release of the book, Latino City, by Llana Barber.


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Sat: By appt
Sun-Mon: Closed

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6 Essex Street
Lawrence, MA 01840

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Founded in 1978 as the Immigrant City Archives, the mission of the Lawrence History Center is to collect, preserve, share, and animate the history and heritage of Lawrence and its people.