Haverhill Heritage Series articles

Haverhill’s Former Chicken Farmer Drove Robert Frost to Poetry

Haverhill’s Former Chicken Farmer Drove Robert Frost to Poetry

By David Goudsward Special to Wavelengths When veterinarian Charlemagne C. Bricault died Jan. 10, 1949 at age 82, the obituary in the Haverhill Evening Gazette noted Dr. Bricault’s successful animal practice and his quarter century of work with the city’s health department—first as the inspector of dairies, then as health inspector and finally as a

Stained Glass Artist Ruocco Gets Even

By Tim Coco President & General Manager Francesco “Frank” Ruocco lost his famed stained glass studio to the construction of Ginty Boulevard during the 1960s Pentucket Urban Renewal Project. While the Haverhill Heritage Series often focuses on businesses and homes lost to the city’s ill-fated urban renewal projects of the 1960s and 1970s, Ruocco’s battles

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