What’s in a name?

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I just realized:
“Henry Quincy Throckmorton?”
Seven syllables!

1782

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On June twentieth
we adopted our Great Seal
ARF! ARF! ARF! ARF! ARF!

1885

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The Statue is here!
Our birthday present from France!
What a pinata!

We’re having a contest!

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We need to name the fine moustachioed gentleman from our logo! Something dignified and Olde-Timey would be great, but use your imagination. Post your best ideas on our Facebook page and get your friends to Like them. We’ll take our to 5 and put them to a vote during our Grand Opening Event this Saturday. The winning suggestion gets 2 FREE passes for a 90-minute tour! We’ll also be giving out prizes by random drawing during the day, so come by early and often!

Cambridge Historical Tours is pleased to announce our Grand Opening Event!

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On June 16th, please join us in Harvard Square for our Grand Opening Event in conjunction with Harvard Square Business Association‘s Fete de la Musique/Make Music Harvard Square. The official opening ceremony will take place around 1:30PM  with a ribbon cutting on Winthrop Street. Guides will then lead free tours all afternoon, leaving every hour, on the hour from 11:00am-4:00PM. With music playing on TWO of 13 STAGES in Harvard Square, our guides will provide stories, witty banter, and a heap of excited joy in between sets by musicians in addition to pop-up performances throughout the Square. Guides dress in authentic Victorian outfits and tell stories about the history of Harvard and Cambridge with contagious enthusiasm. Come hear the best true stories in Cambridge, followed by the best music in Greater Boston!