Head Of Library

Lisa Tuite

Tuite directs a staff of researchers who provide background and fact-checking to reporters and editors. The library manages the Globe text and photo archive as well. She joined the Globe in the library in 1979.

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From the Archives

Marathon runner Kelley trains at ‘Dropkick’ Murphy’s

By and , Globe Staff

Glimpses of the present appear in a photo from April 18, 1949, in whcih two-time Boston Marathon winner John A. Kelley trains at “Dropkick” Murphy’s in Acton.

From the Archives

From the archives

By and , Globe Staff

With the last season of “Mad Men” upon us, a look at a print advertisement in the newspaper from March 4, 1960, seemed well-deserved.

Mayor James Michael Curley in the Evacuation Day Parade

By and , Globe Staff

Mayor James Michael Curley receives flowers from Mrs. Betty Cherry during South Boston’s traditional Evacuation Day parade on March 17, 1947.

From the Archives

Cold New England winters provide ice skating opportunities

By Leanne Burden and , Globe Staff

Ice skating has always been a perk of New England’s cold winters. It is the one time children and adults hope for freezing temperatures, in order to try out their skates on frozen waters. In this image from January 1976, youngsters turn a North Reading drive-in theater into a skating rink.