Pearson family portraits and papers, 1800-1915


This collection has:

0.25 cubic ft., 1 artifact

As a graduate of Harvard and being independently wealthy, Henry Bromfield Pearson (1795 -1867) designated Alonzo Ames Miner, then president of Tufts College, as the executor of his will. In 1893 Tufts College established the Bromfield-Pearson High School, a co-educational, primarily technical school that existed until the 1960s.

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