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Made In America – The Story of Southwick/Union Crossing « MIT@Lawrence

Made In America – The Story of Southwick/Union Crossing

southwick buildingThe Lawrence History Center‘s exhibit, Made in America~ Story of Southwick-Union Crossing~People Place, Product will open on June 18th, 2009 at the Lawrence Heritage State Park (One Jackson St, Lawrence, MA), featuring oral history interviews and research done by Lawrence Community Works staff and youth members, and MIT@Lawrence practicum students in Spring 2009.

The exhibit tracks the 100 year history of the Union Crossing site – from manufacturing textiles, shoes and clothing, to creating this vibrant new Lawrence community. Focusing ont eh themes of “People, Place, Product”, the exhibit highlights transformations that took place in the complex and celebrates the spirit of community present throughout the site’s history.

Exhibit Reception, Thursday June 25 5-7pm

Open Daily 9-4pm

June 18th, 2009 – Labor Day

Free Admission

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