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Items tagged "Haverhill High School": 7

Cover letter for a collection of letters and cards from Haverhill High School students to first responders.

Digital copy of a message sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. Cover letter from Michelle, a teacher at Haverhill High School.

Card from Haverhill High School student to "The First Responders at the Boston Bombing."

Digital copy of a card sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. Message reads in part, "I just wanted to thank you for the help you provided on 4/15/13." Card signed "Jonathan R."

Thank you card from Haverhill High School student to City of Boston

Digital copy of a card sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. Card made by Danielle H. at Haverhill High School (MA), and reads, "Thank You! Boston Strong" and "Together we stand."

Card from a student at Haverhill High School (MA) to City of Boston.

Digital copy of a message sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. Card is from a Haverhill High School (MA) student and reads, "B Strong."

Thank you card from a Haverhill High School student to City of Boston

Digital copy of a card sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. Card sent by a student from Haverhill High School (MA). Thank you card reads, "Boston PD and FD, Thanks in your rush to make Boston safe fast" and is signed "Robert W." Card contains a drawing of a fire truck and firefighters fighting a fire.

Thank you card from a Haverhill High School student.

Digital copy of a card sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. Card reads, "Thank U" and "stay strong."

Thank you card from students at Haverhill High School.

Digital copy of a card sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. Thank you card reads, "Thank you for protecting our country & keeping us safe," and has several other short expressions. Card is from students, Allyson D. and Devynne S.