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

From the Archives: Public Markets in Boston

By Thea Breite and Lisa Tuite , Globe Staff

In this photo from a hot August afternoon in 1973, watermelon vendor Cosmos Neridella and his young assistant, Randy Ulness, 9, both of Somerville, managed to sneak in a little shuteye at their watermelon stand at the Faneuil Hall market.

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From the Archives: Fourth of July celebrations

By Thea Breite and Lisa Tuite , Globe Staff

In a photo from 1988, Tyson Weaver, 7, of Wenham had a tough time holding his Dalmation Fenimore in place at the judging area for large patriotic pets in a Fourth of July festival at Patton Park in South Hamilton. He and his dog won first place.

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Cooling off in the city

By Leanne Burden Seidel and Lisa Tuite , Globe Staff

With the hot summer months approaching, public fountains provide Boston residents with much-needed relief, and even some fun.

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The 1979 gas crisis

By Leanne Burden Seidel and Lisa Tuite , Globe Staff

In 1979, many New Englanders decided to stay home instead of driving to a vacation spot. The energy crisis created much anxiety about the availability of gasoline.