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1. Pageant Exhibition Panel 21 - The Raising of the Flag at the Reception to Lafayette Pageant Exhibition Panel 21 - The Raising of the Flag at the Reception to Lafayette Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier, marquis de, 1757-1834--Travel--United States--Massachusetts; Lancaster (Mass.)--History--Drama; Fourth of July celebrations--Massachusetts--Lancaster; Library exhibits--Massachusetts--Lancaster Young boys surrounding the man raising the flag in preparation for the arrival of Marquis de la Lafayette, the French General who served in the American Revolutionary War, during Episode V, The Reception...

2. Pageant Exhibition Panel 22 - Young boys playing in front of the arch of welcome for Lafayette Pageant Exhibition Panel 22 - Young boys playing in front of the arch of welcome for Lafayette Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier, marquis de, 1757-1834--Travel--United States--Massachusetts; Lancaster (Mass.)--History--Drama; Fourth of July celebrations--Massachusetts--Lancaster; Library exhibits--Massachusetts--Lancaster Young boys playing in front of the arch of welcome for Marquis de la Lafayette, the French General who served in the American Revolutionary War, during Episode V, The Reception of Lafayette, in the Lancaster,...

3. Handloom yellow and tan placemat, Buckland, Mass., circa 1950 Handloom yellow and tan placemat, Buckland, Mass., circa 1950 Weaving; Weaving--Patterns; Handlooms; Looms; Buckland (Mass.) Yellow and tan hand-woven cotton placemat with a hand-sewn edge measures about 14 inches by 16 inches. The pattern is a simple coarse weave made on a handloom. It is presumed the mat was created by a member...

4. Palm Leaf Bonnet, Buckland, Mass., circa 1840 Palm Leaf Bonnet, Buckland, Mass., circa 1840 Buckland (Mass.); Palms; Women's hats; Weaving Woven palm leaf bonnet has a descriptive card that reads, Palm Leaf Bonnet. Probably worn about 1840. Found in the attic of the Earl Purrinton home, the residence of the first minister Mr. Spaulding. Given...

5. Workers in the Isaac Prouty boot and shoe company Workers in the Isaac Prouty boot and shoe company Isaac Prouty and Company, Spencer (Mass.); Shoe industry--Massachusetts--Spencer; Shoemakers; Footwear industry--Massachusetts--Spencer; Industries--Massachusetts--Child labor Workers of the Isaac Prouty & Co. shoe and boot manufacturing company in Spencer, Massachusetts, pose for a picture while one man runs a machine to trim and buff the edges of the soles of boots. Note the...

6. Tires arriving by conveyer near the vulcanizers Tires arriving by conveyer near the vulcanizers Tire industry – Massachusetts – Chicopee; Rubber industry and trade – Massachusetts – Chicopee; Fisk Tire Company; Chicopee (Mass.) – Industries; Tires Workers near the conveyer wait for tires in molds which are destined for the vulcanizers on their right. As these molds arrive, these workers will place one mold on top of another until they fill the vulcanizer....

7. Working on a tire at a finishing stand Working on a tire at a finishing stand Tire industry – Massachusetts – Chicopee; Rubber industry and trade – Massachusetts – Chicopee; Fisk Tire Company; Chicopee (Mass.) – Industries; Tires Workers are applying the special rubber stripe which will be the sidewall of the cord tire. This sidewall rubber was made by a special machine at the plant. When the sidewalls were built up, the tires...

8. Rivulet Mill Rivulet Mill Historic building - Massachusetts - Uxbridge (Mass.) Woolen mills - Massachusetts - Uxbridge (Mass.) Woolen mill located in North Uxbridge MA on Rivulet Street. Orginal mill built in 1814 by Samuel Reed. The mill made satinets, broadecloth and cassimeres. Still standing. Second oldest mill in Uxbridge....

9. Union Co-Operative Assoc. Cigar Manufacturers Union Co-Operative Assoc. Cigar Manufacturers Industries -- Massachusetts -- Westfield; Cigar industries --- Massachusetts -- Westfield; Westfield (Mass.), Union Co-Operative Association; Thayer, Waterman & Beckman. Wooden building with sign Union Co-Operative Association Cigar Manufacturers on side of building. Group of men standing and sitting outside. Located on the corner of Orange and Elm St. Westfield, Mass. ...

10. Women workers posing by the satinet machines in the Taft or 'Old Huguenot Mill approximately 1880. Women workers posing by the satinet machines in the Taft or 'Old Huguenot Mill approximately 1880. Taft Mill; Old Huguenot Mill; Old Huguenot Mill; Mills 1870-1880; Mills--Massachusetts—Oxford; Manufacturing--Massachusetts--Oxford; Women--Social life and customs--19th century. Women workers posing by the satinet machines in the Taft or 'Old Huguenot Mill approximately 1880.

11. Reeling wallpaper at the Allen-Higgins Company, Worcester, Massachusetts Reeling wallpaper at the Allen-Higgins Company, Worcester, Massachusetts Wallpaper industry--Massachusetts--Worcester; Allen-Higgins Co.; Woman employees--Pictorial works Woman workers roll wallpaper onto reels at the Allen-Higgins wallpaper factory in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1902. Notice how there are two women at each station; one women doubles the cut end of the...

12. Woman sewing Woman sewing Machine sewing; Women employees--Massachusetts--North Brookfield; North Brookfield (Mass.) Woman sewing, possibly at the firm of T. H. White, the so-called "overall factory", corner of Summer and Union Streets, North Brookfield

13. Woman in motion with children at Wellsworth Field Southbridge Massachusetts during the Centennial Celebrations Woman in motion with children at Wellsworth Field Southbridge Massachusetts during the Centennial Celebrations Southbridge (Mass.)--Centennial celebrations; Southbridge--Pictorial works; Social life and customs--Massachusetts--Southbridge Woman in graceful motion in the foreground, possibly participating in a ball game. During the three-day centennial celebrations in Southbridge, there were two ball games scheduled, one at 3.15 p.m., on...

14. Woman at desk, B. and R. Rubber Co., North Brookfield, May, 1912 Woman at desk, B. and R. Rubber Co., North Brookfield, May, 1912 North Brookfield (Mass.); women employees--Massachusetts--North Brookfield Woman at desk, B. & R. Rubber factory, formerly Batcheller Shoe factory, May 1912. Wall calendar shows May 1912 page.

15. American Optical Company clock tower and edifices on the right American Optical Company clock tower and edifices on the right American Optical Company; American Optical Corporation; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Optical industry--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England With the Common in the foreground, a close view of the buildings from the Clock Tower to the right side is shown. This comprises part of the Main Plant, as it was known. Brick is the main building material...

16. Hotel Columbia Southbridge Massachusetts with view of the alley Hotel Columbia Southbridge Massachusetts with view of the alley Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Architecture--United States--20th century; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works With its name carved in stone as well as one a flat belt sign, the Hotel Columbia is well announced. A double-fronted premises, each window on street level has a signs for 'hotel'. There is a separate...

17. Wire Mill workers and children in front of the Annealing Department Wire Mill workers and children in front of the Annealing Department Spencer Wire Company, Inc.; Wire products industry--Employees; Annealing of metals; Wire product industry--Massachusetts--Spencer; Wickwire Spencer Steel Company Wire Workers pose outside the annealing department at the Spencer Wire Company in Upper Wire Village, in Spencer, Massachusetts. The annealing department was separated from the rest of the mill by a fire...

18. Workers outside Spencer Wire Company Workers outside Spencer Wire Company Spencer Wire Company, Inc.; Wire products industry--Employees; Wire products industry--Massachusetts--Spencer; Wickwire Spencer Steel Company Wire workers pose for a photograph outside of the Spencer Wire Company buildings in upper wire village in Spencer, Massachusetts. Behind the men are the company offices and one of two remaining buildings...

19. Workers outside the Spencer Wire Company Workers outside the Spencer Wire Company Spencer Wire Company, Inc.; Wire products industry--Employees; Wire products industry--Massachusetts--Spencer; Wickwire Spencer Steel Company Wire Workers have their photograph taken in front of Spencer Wire Company buildings in Upper Wire Village in Spencer, Massachusetts. In February, 1943 the company announced that it was going to discontinue...

20. Alden Block, Globe Village, Southbridge, Massachusetts Alden Block, Globe Village, Southbridge, Massachusetts Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Architecture--United States--19th century; Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--Buildings William E. Alden had this building constructed in Globe Village, on the west side of Southbridge, to accommodate his dry goods business. The view is of the Alden Block looking in a northeasterly direction....
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