We have recently been working to clean and preserve a large set of plaques dedicated to soldiers from Cambridge who died during World War I. What makes the plaques so unique is that they each have an image of the soldier, made through a photo transfer process, in addition to their name and the year that they perished. These plaques make up what is likely the only collection of images of the soldiers held by any institution in the city. We’ve found a few women, as well! The gentleman pictured here was named Stephen Nichipovrick, and he died in 1918. We plan to post more photos of these important pieces in the future, so check back soon.