Pillars of abolitionism and of their communities, but the family home is paved, the Clary name lost

Harvard’s Cooke led new chemistry department, but Francis Prince Clary was who made it bubble

Francis Prince Clary was tireless in his advocacy, and even the music he performed was for equality

Francis Prince Clary is the 1800s Black chemist written out of Harvard and Cambridge history

Meet one of the area’s top transportation experts, an effective advocate not quite old enough to vote

Project grapples with ‘Pandemic Experience,’ turning students’ emotions into clay tile art

Just A Start leader and son to ride cross-country fundraising for Rindge Commons programming

Much of Cambridge’s white entrepreneurial class was financed by this Black ‘laborer’ at Harvard

Charles Lenox sold pies to Harvard undergrads but had a far greater value to their professors

How Charles Lenox, Black financier of the 1800s, became a hidden figure in history of Cambridge