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1. Band Stand in front of Hudson Town Hall Band Stand in front of Hudson Town Hall Bandstands - Massachusetts - Hudson Governor Samuel W. McCall reviews Hudson's July 4th of July parade from the bandstand in front of town hall in 1916.

2. Clark & O'Neil market Clark & O'Neil market Clark & O'Neil Market, Hudson(Mass.); Stores, Retail--Massachusetts-- Hudson; Hudson(Mass.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Clark & O'Neil Market, corner of Manning Street and Main Street, Hudson(Mass.) Spectators and owners stand outside for picture taking while a horse drawn carriage comes up the street.

3. Hudson Fabric Co.'s Shop Hudson Fabric Co.'s Shop Clothing industry--Massachusetts--Hudson; Hudson Fabric Co.'s Shop; Buildings--Massachusetts--Hudson Image of the Hudson Fabric Co.'s Shop located at the Washington Street Bridge and owned by Francis Brigham.

4. A.T. Knight Coal & Wood Company A.T. Knight Coal & Wood Company Coal industry--Hudson; Knight, Arthur T.; Horse drawn vehicles Image of workers at the A.T. Knight & Co. Coal & Wood. Started by Arthur T. Knight in 1899 and now run by the fourth generation of the Knight family.

5. Taylor's Double Shuttle Power Taylor's Double Shuttle Power Double-shuttle cross-shot loom--Massachusetts--Hudson; Textile machinery--Massachusetts--Hudson Workers working on the double-shuttle cross-shot loom which was invented by Thomas Taylor in 1888. It was built in Hudson to his specifications to weave a special shoe gore called "Satin Shugor."

6. Eureka Engine Co #1 Fire engine Eureka Engine Co #1 Fire engine Fire Engines - Massachusetts - Hudson Hudson's Eureka Engine Company's first fire engine, dated 1882, displayed by the fire house.

7. Volunteers and Engine of Hudson's Fire Station Volunteers and Engine of Hudson's Fire Station Fire Stations - Massachusetts - Hudson; Fire engines - Massachusetts - Hudson Dressed in full regalia in front of a patriotically bedecked fire station the Hudson firefighters proudly show off their engine.

8. Graves, Jennison & Howe. Graves, Jennison & Howe. Graves, Jennison & Howe, Hudson(Mass.); Stores, Retail--Massachusetts--Hudson; Clothing industry--Massachusetts--Hudson; Howe, Louis; Jennison, Mr.; Graves, A.K.; Buildings--Massachusetts--Hudson Image of Graves, Jennison & Howe clothing store located at 49 Main Street in the Grave's Building. Standing in front of the store are Louis Howe, Mr. Jennison, and A.K. Graves.

9. Moulton Harness Shop. Moulton Harness Shop. Harness making and trade--Hudson(Mass.); Buildings--Massachusetts--Hudson Image of Moulton Harness Shop located between the Brigham and Trowbridge factories. Seven men are in front of the shop while another man is in the doorway. There are five carriages in the picture and one...

10. Mansion House Mansion House Hotel industry--Massachusetts; Hudson(Mass.)--History; Mansion House--Hudson, Mass.; Buildings--Massachusetts--Hudson Image of the Mansion House located on Main Street. It was originally built as Cox's Tavern in 1843 but later became Hudson's first hotel. It was remodeled in 1856 but burned in the fire of 1894.

11. Hudson Opera House in July 1916 Hudson Opera House in July 1916 Hudson (Mass.) - Celebrations The Hudson Opera House which was located on Elm Street is decorated for the town's 50th Anniversary in July 1916.

12. Ice Skating and Hockey on Assabet River Ice Skating and Hockey on Assabet River Ice Skating - Massachusetts - Hudson; Assabet River (Mass.) Ice skaters and hockey players enjoy a day on the frozen Assabet River in Hudson on January 18, 1908.

13. Workers at the LaPointe Machine Tool Co. Workers at the LaPointe Machine Tool Co. Industries--Massachusetts--Hudson (Mass.)--LaPointe Machine Tool Co. Image of workers inside the LaPointe Machine Tool Co. LaPointe Machine Tool Co. was famous for its ability to drill square holes.

14. Hudson Worsted Co. Machines Hudson Worsted Co. Machines Industries--Massachusetts--Hudson; Textile Industry--Wool industry--Hudson Images of workers inside the Hudson Worsted Co. on Broad St.

15. Inside Hudson Worsted Co. Inside Hudson Worsted Co. Industries--Massachusetts--Hudson; Textile industry--Wool industry--Hudson(Mass.) Images of workers inside Hudson Worsted Company located on Broad Street.

16. Hudson Brass Band Hudson Brass Band Marching Bands - Massachusetts - Hudson The members of the Hudson Brass Band stand in full uniform near the Post Office on June 24, 1877

17. Hudson Grange Parade float Hudson Grange Parade float Parades - Massachusetts - Hudson; Fourth of July celebrations - Massachusetts - Hudson Hudson Grange Patrons of Husbandry is represented by a horse-drawn wagon with members in festive dress for the 1916 Fourth of July parade.

18. Apsley Rubber Company in Hudson's 4th of July Parade Apsley Rubber Company in Hudson's 4th of July Parade Parades - Massachusetts - Hudson; Fourth of July celebrations - Massachusetts - Hudson Festooned in raincoats and umbrellas, the men and women of Apsley Rubber Company march down Hudson's Main Street for the 4th of July parade in 1916.

19. Hudson Light & Power Department Parade car Hudson Light & Power Department Parade car Parades - Massachusetts - Hudson; Fourth of July celebrations - Massachusetts - Hudson Hudson Light & Power

20. Robert Woodard Store Robert Woodard Store Robert Woodard Store, 81 Main St, Hudson (Mass.); Stores, Retail--Massachusetts--Hudson Image of inside Robert Woodard's variety store at 81 Main St.
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