Digital Cohasset is an initiative to digitize important Cohasset information resources and provide easy and comprehensive access through the Internet Archive. Digital Cohasset is made possible through grants awarded by Cohasset's Community Preservation Committee and by the South Shore Music Circus.
NEW!Images of Cohasset from the Preliminary Report Town of Cohasset by John Nolan, Landscape Architect. 1921.
Browse through yearbooks from 1935-2013. Most volumes are available for The Piper, Imp-print, and Tessahoc yearbooks.
Annual reports for the town of Cohasset from 1849, 1859-2018. For Annual reports after 2018 visit the Town of Cohasset's website.
Cohasset Cottager newspaper. From the Cohasset Historical Society's print collection, volume I (March 30, 1882-March 24, 1883), volume II (March 31, 1883-March 22, 1884), and volume III (March 29, 1884-March 21, 1885).
Cohasset Citizen newspaper. From the Cohasset Historical Society's print collection, volume 2 (Oct. 15, 1915), volume 4 (Jan. 4, 1918-April 5, 1918), and volume 5 (April 12, 1918-Dec. 27, 1918).
The Paul Pratt Memorial Library prohibits the copying of protected materials on this website, except for the purposes of fair use as defined by copyright law. Copyrights and other proprietary rights inherent to the content on this website may also be owned by individuals and entities other than, and in addition to, the Paul Pratt Memorial Library.
The digitized collection of atlases includes 167 volumes with over 6,000 maps and other illustrations. They include statewide, county and municipal atlases from throughout the commonwealth, with the majority published in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The State Library of Massachusetts is excited to announce the completion of its digital photograph collection predominantly consisting of 26th Yankee Division soldiers who served in World War I. This collection, which was donated to the library by the Boston Globe in 1935, represents over 8,500 soldiers from Massachusetts and other areas in the northeast; the collection contains over 11,000 images total. Accompanying many of these photographs are "cut slips" produced by Boston Globe staff, which include biographical and military information, as well as newspaper clippings.