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

People fill Cambridge Common to hear President Coolidge

By and , Globe Staff

In a 1925 photograph, people fill Cambridge Common to hear President Coolidge speak on the 150th anniversary of George Washington taking command of the Continental Army.

From the Archives

From the Archives, New Kids on the Block

By and , Globe Staff

ew Kids on the Block make a return to Boston on June 24. Time to break out the T-shirts and pins and return to the hysteria shown in the faces of these fans on April 19 1990.

From the Archives

Beating the heat on Boston Common

By and , Globe Staff

On July 1, 1933, as temperatures in the city reached 91 degrees by 1 p.m., lunch goers on the Boston Common did their best to keep cool.

From the Archives

Worst tornado in New England history leaves path of destruction

By and , Globe Staff

The worst tornado in New England history ripped a 25-mile path of death and destruction through six Central Massachusetts communities on June 9, 1953.