Lower Belvidere, Lowell, Massachusetts; Franco-American Day School, Lowell, Massachusetts
Index data: 1, View looking diagonally across and down Concord River from west bank of river, showing Manuel Figueira's house and gardens and Coburn School; PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN IN UPPER BELVIDERE, FEBRUARY 10, 1988. 2-5, View of city taken from Belmont Street; FRANCO-AMERICAN DAY SCHOOL, FEBRUARY 10, 1988. 6, Close-up of ceramic holy water font with figure of angel; 7, Statue of Sr. Margaret D'Youville, founder of Sisters of Charity, at top of stairway in nun's residence. This was the former Ayer family mansion; 8, Little girl, Shalu Selat, sitting on bench in entrance hall of nun's residence. She was not feeling well, and was waiting for her mother to pick her up; 9, Close-up of seashell, with figure of Virgin Mary carved on back; 10-11, Altar of school chapel; 12, Stained glass windows in chapel; 13, Nun behind library counter, checking out book for girl in front of counter; 14, Same as 13, but with boy standing at side of counter; 15, Boys standing in line in front of library counter; 16, Boy standing in front of bookshelves, holding copy of "Zorro," and grinning; 17, Girl sitting on chair in front of bookshelves, reading and oblivious to the commotion caused by our photographing; 18-20, Children in classroom.