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1. Hammersley's Building Hammersley's Building Chicopee (Mass.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.; Hammersley's Building; Aldenville Cash Market; J.A. Lamothe Druggist; Stores, Retail -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee Business block at 695 Grattan Street in the Aldenville section of Chicopee. Two men are standing in front of the Aldenville Cash Market, on the left is J.A. Lamothe Druggist.

2. Aldenville Canning Club Aldenville Canning Club Aldenville Canning Club; Canning and preserving; Food -- Preservation Members of the club are gathered about their canning exhibit that won several first prizes at area fairs. In the 1920s, the Aldenville section of Chicopee was still partly rural.

3. 2. Chicopee, Massachusetts Memorial Day, May 30, 1921 2. Chicopee, Massachusetts Memorial Day, May 30, 1921 Memorial Day -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee A visual document of Chicopee, Massachusetts Memorial Day, May 31, 1920: a chronological photographic series.

4. "Y" at Willimansett "Y" at Willimansett Streets -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee; Stores, Retail -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee; Y Cash Market; Big Y Area in the Willimansett section of Chicopee formed by the convergence of Chicopee and Meadow Streets resembled the letter Y. Looking southward, Meadow Street is on the left and Chicopee Street is on the...

5. Bee distribution day (2) Bee distribution day (2) Bees; Beehives; Schools -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee; Aldenville Canning Club; Dyer, Ethel T. Two young women from the Fairview section of Chicopee are standing behind their hives. On the left is Miss Ethel T. Dyer who was the supervisor of the Aldenville Canning Club.
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