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121. Buckland Public Library Exterior, Buckland, Mass., 1891 Buckland Public Library Exterior, Buckland, Mass., 1891 Library buildings; Dedication services; Buckland (Mass.) Exterior of the Buckland Public Library, originally known as the Free Public Church Library believed to have been around the time of the library's dedication on July 4, 1891. The building, which still...

122. Buckland Public Library interior glass plate, Buckland, Mass., 1891 Buckland Public Library interior glass plate, Buckland, Mass., 1891 Buckland (Mass.); Library buildings--Massachusetts--Buckland Circa 1891 glass plate photograph of the interior of the Free Public Church Library, now known as the Buckland Public Library. The image shows a single room 25 x 36 feet, with brick wainscoting around...

123. Buckland Public Library memorial tablet, Buckland, Mass. Buckland Public Library memorial tablet, Buckland, Mass. Library buildings--Massachusetts--Buckland; Buckland (Mass.) The memorial tablet located over the fireplace in the Buckland Public Library, this tablet is made of marble and measures 42 inches high and 52 inches wide. The tablet is referred to in Fannie Shaw Kendrick's,...

124. Buckley's Newsroom window display Buckley's Newsroom window display Buckley's Newsroom and Tobacco Shop; World War, 1914-1918 -- Finance -- United States; Liberty bonds -- United States -- History; Stores, Retail -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee Buckley's Newsroom and Tobacco Shop was located at 268 Exchange Street off of Market Square. The sign in the window is exhorting customers to buy liberty bonds to help finance the military expenses of...

125. Business Block Business Block Ludlow (Mass.)-History. ; Ludlow Manufacturing Company. Business block looking northwest 1903. This area was owned by the Ludlow Manufacturing company. This business block housed businesses on the street level and apartments for mill employees on the upper...

126. Butler, Dunn & Co.'s Tannery. Butler, Dunn & Co.'s Tannery. Tanneries--Hudson(Mass.); Buildings--Massachusetts--Hudson Image of Butler, Dunn & Co.'s tannery located on Houghton and South Streets.

127. Butterfly Float. Rebecca Newcomb. Greenfield Coaching Parade 1897 photo 9 Butterfly Float. Rebecca Newcomb. Greenfield Coaching Parade 1897 photo 9 Parades -- Greenfield (Mass.) -- History -- 1897; Floats -- Greenfield (Mass.) -- History -- 1897; Bicycles and bicycling -- Greenfield (Mass.) -- History -- 1897. Sepia photo depicts a small two-wheeled float covered in foliage and decorated with several butterflies and flowers. Riding in the float is a small dark-haired girl in light colored clothing and bonnet....

128. C E Wilson Residence Dresser Street Southbridge Massachusetts C E Wilson Residence Dresser Street Southbridge Massachusetts Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Architecture--United States--19th century; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works. An attractive two story house with porch and bay windows, adjacent to a barn. Extensive lawn with an outcropping of ledge. Curious peaked structure to the right. According to the information provided with...

129. C.A. Dresser House and Ammidown Block Southbridge C.A. Dresser House and Ammidown Block Southbridge Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Hotels--Massachusetts--Southbridge Located on the corner of Main and Central streets, the C. A. Dresser House, 92 Main Street, has a magnificent presence. The brick structure with stone relief is similar to the adjacent Ammidown building...

130. Cabin at Lake White Hall, Hopkinton Cabin at Lake White Hall, Hopkinton Lake Whitehall (Hopkinton, Mass.)-cabin 1919; Log cabins-Massachusetts-Hopkinton; Woodville (Hopkinton, Mass.) Image of a child, a woman and two men standing in front of a log cabin presumably near Lake Whitehall in Hopkinton ca. 1919. The cabin has a sign saying "kappa Phi Camp" and a man on the porch appears...

131. Calvin A Paige House 39 Elm street Southbridge Calvin A Paige House 39 Elm street Southbridge Historic buildings--Southbridge--Massachusetts; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial work; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic districts--Southbridge--Massachusetts; Central business districts--Massachusetts--S The residence of Calvin A Paige and family, at 39 Elm Street, Southbridge festooned for the 1916 Centennial celebration. The widow's walk on top of the roof makes for an interesting house with three dormer...

132. Calvin and Grace Coolidge Plant a Tree on Arbor Day Calvin and Grace Coolidge Plant a Tree on Arbor Day Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933; Coolidge, Grace Goodhue, 1879-1957; Presidents--United States; Presidents' spouses--United States; Arbor Day; Tree planting; Governors--Massachusetts; State House (Boston, Mass.) Governor Calvin Coolidge and his wife Grace plant a tree at the State House in Boston in celebration of Arbor Day

133. Calvin Coolidge and horses Calvin Coolidge and horses Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933; Presidents--United States; Vice-Presidents--United States; horses; haying; Plymouth (Vt.)--social life and customs; Farm life--Vermont--Plymouth Vice-President Calvin Coolidge adjusts the bridle on horses while cutting hay in the fields on his father's farm in Plymouth, Vermont.

134. Calvin Coolidge and scythe Calvin Coolidge and scythe Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933; Plymouth (Vt.)--social life and customs; Farm life --Vermont--Plymouth; Presidents--United States; Scythes Calvin Coolidge using a scythe on his father's farm in Plymouth, Vermont.

135. Calvin Coolidge and son building a kart Calvin Coolidge and son building a kart Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933; Coolidge, Calvin, Jr., 1908-1924; Presidents--United States; Karts (automobiles)--design and construction; Children of Presidents; Northampton (Mass.) Governor Calvin Coolidge and his son Calvin Coolidge, Jr. building a Kart at their home at 21 Massasoit Street, Northampton, MA.

136. Calvin Coolidge chopping wood Calvin Coolidge chopping wood Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933; Plymouth (Vt.)--social life and customs; Farm life -- Vermont--Plymouth; Presidents--United States Calvin Coolidge chopping wood with an axe while visiting his father's, Col. John C. Coolidge's farm in Plymouth, Vermont.

137. Calvin Coolidge cutting hay Calvin Coolidge cutting hay Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933; Presidents--United States; Vice-Presidents--United States; horses; haying; Plymouth (Vt.)--social life and customs; Farm life--Vermont--Plymouth Vice-President Calvin Coolidge cuts hay in the fields on his father's farm in Plymouth, Vermont.

138. Calvin Coolidge haying Calvin Coolidge haying Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933; Coolidge, Calvin, Jr., 1908-1924; Coolidge, John, 1906-; Coolidge, John, 1845-1926; Plymouth (Vt.)--social life and customs; Farm life--Vermont--Plymouth; haying equipment; Presidents--United States; Children of Presidents Calvin Coolidge and his sons John and Calvin,Jr. standing in a hay wagon. They are visiting the Plymouth, Vermont farm of his father, Col. John C. Coolidge (standing below the wagon).

139. Calvin Coolidge preserving a tree Calvin Coolidge preserving a tree Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933; Presidents--United States; Vice-Presidents--United States; Plymouth (Vt.)--social life and customs; Farm life--Vermont--Plymouth; Trees Vice-President Calvin Coolidge preserving one of his favorite trees at his father's farm in Plymouth, Vermont.

140. Calvin Coolidge, Jr. and tobacco leaves Calvin Coolidge, Jr. and tobacco leaves Coolidge, Calvin, Jr., 1908-1924; Children of Presidents; Hatfield (Mass.); Tobacco; Tobacco farms -- Massachusetts -- Hatfield Calvin Coolidge, Jr., age 14, holding some tobacco leaves he picked while working at the Dickinson and Day Farm in Hatfield, MA
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