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L.E. Coolidge Carriage Factory, in Hopkinton's Woodville 1890's
TitleL.E. Coolidge Carriage Factory, in Hopkinton's Woodville 1890's
Full Size Imagehttp://dlib.cwmars.org/cdm4/images/full_size/hopkinton/69.jpg
SubjectL.E. Coolidge Carriage Factory (Hopkinton, Mass.); Carriage industry-Massachusetts-Hopkinton; Historic buildings-Massachusetts-Hopkinton
DescriptionView of the west side of 3-story carriage manufacturing building, L.E. Coolidge Carriage Manufactory, with carriage repository adjacent and with Reservoir House Hotel to the far right. Location is on Wood Street in the Woodville section of Hopkinton looking eastward. The body of water is currently, in 2011, part of Lake Whitehall in Hopkinton, while in the 1890's it was one of several ponds. The business was a manufacturer and dealer in Hacks, cabriolets, buggies, sleighs, whips, horses etc., and Mr. Coolidge was also the proprietor of the Reservoir House and Postmaster at Woodville. The business began in 1881, the Reservoir Hotel burned in 1909.
PublisherC/WMARS, Inc., http://www.cwmars.org
Dateca 1890's
Typeimage
Formatimage/jpg
IdentifierC box 11, file #24
Source4 x 6 inch black and white copy-photograph printed by William Robinson from a plate glass negative in the 1970's
Languageen-US
RelationFrom the Hopkinton Public Library Treasure Room
Coverage42 13' 43'' N 71 31' 23'' W
RightsPlease request permission to use image by contacting Hopkinton Public Library in advance at Rownak@Hopkinton.org
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