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Photographs of The Funeral Mass of Army Pfc. Jonathan R. Roberge of Leominster, Mass. The 22-year-old was killed by a suicide car bomber near Mosul, Iraq, while on patrol in a Humvee. Monsignor James Moroney said Roberge wanted to make people safe and make a difference in the world. Roberge was a 2005 graduate of Leominster High School�s Center for Technical Education. The soldier has two younger sisters and a younger brother. These photographs are part of a collection of photos taken by Jack Celli and have been included in the Leominster Television Image Archive for historical Purposes. PLEASE do not use these without permission. Sale of them is forbidden.
Collection of Car Accident Photos by multiple photographers dating from the 1940's thru the 1960's. Henry St. Cyr a photographer for the Leominster Police Department is given credit for the majority of these photographs with contributions from Francis Arel and Matteao Ciccone also of the Leominster Police Dept. The original 4X5 inch negatives were made available from the Leominster Historic Commission in a large shoe box from the Photographic Studio of "Kastellanos". Kastellanos studio did the processing of the film for the Leominster Police Department. Leominster Television is involved in an extensive effort to preserve images and moving images from Leominster's past in order to utilize them for Educational as well as Historic purposes. They were scanned at hi resolution by Jack Celli of Leominster Access Television for preservation and historical purposes. LTV holds all rights and requests that you ask permission to use them in a project . Please DO NOT reproduce.
Leominster TV Collection Rooftop of Leominster. Digital photographs taken on October 26, 2004 from the rooftop of 100 Main Street in Leominster by Dennis Cormier and Jack Celli. Beautiful panorama shots of Leominster.
Manuscript of Santa Messia. Giacomo Celli Collection. This is a copy of a manuscript written about the Patron Saint of Castelo Di Alvito, in the province of Frosinone in Central Italy.