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101. Athol, Mass. High School Athol, Mass. High School Buildings--Massachusetts--Athol; Schools--Athol(Mass); Athol(Mass)--History This building, located on School Street, replaced the original high school in 1892 and was reconstructed several times over the years. It is no longer used as a school

102. Spillway and Bridge, View from Railroad Tracks, Erving, Mass. Spillway and Bridge, View from Railroad Tracks, Erving, Mass. C.S. Stone & Sons, Piano Case Manufacturers; Erving (Mass.)--History; Bridges--Massachusetts--Erving

103. W. Joseph Carr lecturing W. Joseph Carr lecturing Carr, William Joseph, 1910-1999--Lectures and lecturing--Pictorial works; Classrooms; Students Joseph W. Carr lecturing to a group of students in a classroom. A young woman is holding a drawing. An American flag hangs in the background. Joseph Carr was a noted furniture designer, artist, cartoonist...

104. A self-portrait drawing of W. Joseph Carr A self-portrait drawing of W. Joseph Carr Carr, William Joseph, 1910-1999--Self-portraits; Portrait drawing A self-portrait sketch of W. Joseph Carr. Joseph Carr was a noted furniture designer, artist, cartoonist and sculptor from Gardner, Massachusetts. He worked for the Heywood-Wakefield Company as a furniture...

105. Love those Heywood "Ship Anytime" print orders Love those Heywood "Ship Anytime" print orders Carr, William Joseph, 1910-1999; Advertising photography--Caricatures and cartoons; Furniture industry and trade--Caricatures and cartoons; Hedrich-Blessing (Firm); Heywood-Wakefield Company; Furniture industry and trade--Massachusetts--Gardner A cartoon by W. Joseph Carr depicting the production of advertising prints for the Heywood-Wakefield Company by Hedrich-Blessing. The cartoon shows a man working the Hedrich "Automatic Printer" with his...

106. Dog Furniture by W. Joseph Carr Dog Furniture by W. Joseph Carr Carr, William Joseph, 1910-1999; Dogs in art; Furniture industry and trade--History; Furniture design; Furniture industry and trade--Periodicals; Furniture industry and trade--Massachusetts--Gardner The cover of the May, 1975 Special Issue of Hey-Wake-Up, the Heywood-Wakefield Company newsletter, showing W. Joseph Carr in 1937 holding his dog furniture design. The special issue was sent out to announce...

107. Heywood-Wakefield Company Shop News Heywood-Wakefield Company Shop News Carr, William Joseph, 1910-1999; Furniture industry and trade--History; Furniture design; Furniture industry and trade--Periodicals; Furniture industry and trade--Massachusetts--Gardner An article in the April 28, 1967 Heywood-Wakefield Company Shop News about W. Joseph Carr. The article talks about his accomplishments as a furniture designer at the Heywood-Wakefield Company and contains...

108. Carriage and harness makers, H & M Haynes, Sturbridge Carriage and harness makers, H & M Haynes, Sturbridge Carriages & coaches--Massachusetts--Sturbridge--1863; Harness making and trade--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Industries--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; H & M Haynes--History Sturbridge (Mass.)--History Henry Haynes began making and repairing carriages and wagons in Sturbridge center in 1834. The business became H & M Haynes when he and brother Melvin became partners. In the photograph, from left to right,...

109. H. Haynes & son, carriage and harness makers workshop H. Haynes & son, carriage and harness makers workshop Carriages & coaches--Massachusetts--Sturbridge--1863; Harness making and trade--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Industries--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; H. Haynes & son--History Sturbridge (Mass.)--History Carriage and harness makers Henry D. Haynes covering a carriage seat while in the foreground his father, Henry Haynes works on a harness. Henry Haynes began making and repairing carriages and wagons in...

110. South side of Main Street en fete July 1916: streetscape Southbridge Massachusetts South side of Main Street en fete July 1916: streetscape Southbridge Massachusetts Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Architecture, domestic--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--history; Southbridge (Mass.)--buildings; Southbridge (Mass.)--pictorial work Victorian Southbridge resplendent with buntings, banner and flags celebrating the town's Centenary Anniversary, 1916. The view features the Edwards Block (c. 1850s)from Elm Street corner to Memorial Hall...

111. Edwards Block Main Street Southbridge Edwards Block Main Street Southbridge Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Architecture, domestic--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Southbridge (Mass.)--Buildings; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial work View of the south side of Main Street, featuring the Edwards Block, in Centre Village, Southbridge. The Edwards Company, a dry goods, carpets, clothing and furnishings store was started by Jacob Edwards...

112. Columbian building corner of Main and Elm streets Southbridge Columbian building corner of Main and Elm streets Southbridge Central business districts--Southbridge--Massachusetts; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--Southbridge--Massachusetts; Historic buildings--New England; Southbridge--Massachusetts; Architecture--United States--19th century; Southbridge (Mass The Columbian building was constructed in 1814, on the corner of Elm and Main streets, where later the YMCA (built in 1893) stood for many years. It was moved to the corner of Wardwell court and Foster...

113. Central House, Hopkinton 1915 Central House, Hopkinton 1915 Central House (Hopkinton, Mass.); Taverns (Inns)-Massachusetts-Hopkinton; Centennial celebrations; (Hopkinton, Mass.)Historic buildings-Massachusetts-Hopkinton Four-story clapboard building adorned with flags and banners to celebrate Hopkinton's 200th anniversary in 1915. Men pose on the ground floor, some in formal attire, while five women can be seen on the...

114. Chaffee Brothers Company, Letterhead Chaffee Brothers Company, Letterhead Chaffee Brothers Company; Manufacturers--Massachusetts--Oxford Chaffee Brothers Company, letterhead showing the manufacturing plant, directors, and products offered. It is an invoice for products used in the building of the 'North Oxford School'.

115. Colored drawing of a chair Colored drawing of a chair Chair--Design; Furniture--Drawings; Furniture designers; Furniture industry and trade--Massachusetts--Gardner; Chair industry A colored hand-drawn picture of a chair by W. Joseph Carr for the Heywood-Wakefield Company. The chair is done in a light pink color on a green background. Joseph Carr was a noted furniture designer, artist,...

116. Charcoal kiln, Prescott, Mass. Charcoal kiln, Prescott, Mass. Charcoal industry--Massachusetts--Prescott; Coal trade--Massachusetts--Prescott; Fuel trade--Massachusetts--Prescott; Charcoal kilns--Massachusetts--Prescott Image of an older man standing before the opening of a large, brick charcoal kiln with an armful of wood. Cut firewood, waiting to be placed in the kiln and turned into charcoal, rests in a stack in the...

117. Sons of Civil War Veterans of Hopkinton Ma, ca 1900 Sons of Civil War Veterans of Hopkinton Ma, ca 1900 Children of veterans-Massachusetts-Hopkinton; Grand Army of the Republic C.C. Phillips Post 14 (Hopkinton, Mass.); Hopkinton (Mass.)-History Twenty-two men posing while in dress Civil War uniforms in front of a clapboard building, probably the Grand Army of the Republic meeting house formerly on Church Street across from Price Street in Hopkinton...

118. Volunteer chorus of the Plymouth Church in Worcester, Massachusetts,1913 Volunteer chorus of the Plymouth Church in Worcester, Massachusetts,1913 Choirs--Massachusetts--Worcester; Church buildings--Massachusetts--Worcester; Congregationalists; Plymouth Church--Choirs; Organs (Musical instrument); Organ pipes Members of the volunteer chorus of Plymouth (Congregational) Church in Worcester Massachusetts seated in front of an organ. Plymouth Congregational Church was founded in 1869 and merged with Piedmont and...

119. Baptist Church, Blackstone, Massachusetts Baptist Church, Blackstone, Massachusetts Church architecture--Massachusetts--Blackstone; Churches--Massachusetts--Blackstone; Architecture--United States--19th century; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Blackstone; Historic buildings--New England; Blackstone (Mass.)--History--Pictorial works Built in 1841 this plain white church had clapboard siding, long rectangular windows and a graceful bell tower. First called the Freewill Baptist Church of Christ it was renamed the Freewill Baptist Church...

120. Streetscape Southbridge Massachusetts with lady near light receptacle on Main Street Streetscape Southbridge Massachusetts with lady near light receptacle on Main Street Church architecture--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Church buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Architecture, domestic--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--history; Southbridge (Mass.)--buildings; Southbridge (Mass.)--pictorial work Easterly view of Main Street Southbridge circa 1907. The Central Baptist Church to the left, building began in 1864 and the doors opened June 11, 1866. This church replaced the one in the Ammidown block...
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