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341. Workers in the Isaac Prouty boot shop Workers in the Isaac Prouty boot shop Isaac Prouty and Company, Spencer (Mass.): Shoe industry--Massachusetts--Spencer; Shoemakers; Footwear industry--Massachusetts--Spencer Men at work making boots in the Isaac Prouty & Co. boot factory. The men are tacking and treeing the boots. Workers would put the tacks in their mouths, spit them onto the boots, and then hammer in the...

342. The Roberts Rain Shower Bath. The Roberts Rain Shower Bath. Showers (plumbing fixtures); Health-hygiene; YMCA of the USA--Biography; School of Christian Workers (Springfield, Mass.)--Faculty; Springfield College--Faculty; Young Men's Christian Association (Boston, Mass.) Drawing of the Rain Shower Bath, designed by Robert J. Roberts. There existed those people who deemed a bath "once a week" a most useless formality, which must be indulged in to preserve their social standing...

343. Abel Allen Jr. House Abel Allen Jr. House Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--History--Pictorial works; Sturbridge (Mass.:Town)--Pictorial Works; Sturbridge (Mass.)--History; Agriculture--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Farm life--Massachusetts--Sturbridge Abel Allen Jr. house, Shumway Hill, north side of Douty Road, Sturbridge, Massachusetts. Abel Allen Jr. was born March 30, 1766 son of Abel and Jerusha Tarbel Allen, married Experience, and died in 1827....

344. Sturbridge citizens: Miss Abbie Bridges, Mr. Levi B. Chase, Mr. Samuel Curtis Sturbridge citizens: Miss Abbie Bridges, Mr. Levi B. Chase, Mr. Samuel Curtis Massachusetts-Sturbridge; History-Massachusetts-Sturbridge; Sturbridge (Mass.) Pictures from the album Sturbridge Teachers & Pupils compiled by Nellie Chase. Photographs of Abbie Bridges, Levi B. Chase and Samuel Curtis. A Civil War veteran injured by friendly fire and discharged...

345. Lower Prospect Street Lower Prospect Street West Boylston (Mass.) - History; Dwellings - Massachusetts - West Boylston - History; Massachusetts Central Railroad - History View from Lower Prospect Street showing the area of the valley with the beginnings of the deconstruction of the buildings to make way for the Wachusett Reservoir. Note the stacked lumber and piles of tree...

346. In the "valley" - triangle and stores In the "valley" - triangle and stores West Boylston (Mass.) - History; Dwellings - Massachusetts - WestBoylston - History View of the Lower Common at the junction of Prospect Street and Clarendon Street. To the left of the image is the Common surrounded by a distinctive split rail fence. The first building on the right housed...

347. Clarendon Mills and pond Clarendon Mills and pond West Boylston (Mass.) - History; Cotton manufacture - Massachusetts - West Boylston; Textile industry - Massachusetts - West Boylston View along East Main Street, across the Clarendon Mill pond, towards the Clarendon Mill complex. The mill pond was built by Major Ezra Beaman in 1794 by diverting the waters of the Nashua River through...

348. Photo 013 Oakdale Ladies. West Boylston Centennial Parade July 16, 1908 Photo 013 Oakdale Ladies. West Boylston Centennial Parade July 16, 1908 West Boylston (Mass.) - History; West Boylston (Mass.) - Parades, 1908; West Boylston (Mass.) - Centennial celebrations, etc. View of the 2nd prize winner for the best 4- and 6-horse float or decorated coach. The $10 prize was given to the Oakdale ladies, who had a 4-horse stage coach decorated in pick and white. One women is...

349. Catholic Church and priest's house Catholic Church and priest's house West Boylston (Mass.) - History; Catholic church buildings - Massachusetts - West Boylston - History; St. Anthony's Church (West Boylston, Mass.) - History From left to right: the rectory of St. Anthony's Church and the church itself located on the northern side of East Main Street and adjacent to the Baptist (Old Stone) Church. The rectory was relocated...

350. Rear of school, library, I.O.O.F. Hall Rear of school, library, I.O.O.F. Hall West Boylston (Mass.) - History; St. Anthony's Church (West Boylston, Mass.) - History View towards East Main Street taken from the hill behind the District Eight School and the Odd Fellows Hall and the adjacent Holmes farm property. Across East Main Street from the District Eight School...

351. Civil War Soldiers' Monument Civil War Soldiers' Monument Webster (Mass.); Soldiers' monuments--Massachusetts--Webster. Standing 40' tall, costing $16,000, the monument was dedicated on July 4, 1907. A full-scale bronze soldier carrying the Union flag stands on top of a large granite shaft ornamented with Greek-influenced...

352. Main Street bridge between Webster and Dudley. Main Street bridge between Webster and Dudley. Webster (Mass.); Dudley (Mass.); French River (Mass. and Conn.); Bridges--Massachusetts--Webster; Bridges--Massachusetts--Dudley. Connecting the Main Streets of Webster and Dudley, sometimes called "The Great Bridge", this keystone arch stone bridge was constructed in 1868. The granite stones for the bridge were quarried out of the...

353. Gould & Walker Boots & Shoes Gould & Walker Boots & Shoes Shoe Industry -- Massachusetts; Shoemakers -- Massachusetts; Footwear Industry -- Massachusetts; Industries -- Massachusetts -- Worcester County; Boots and Shoe Factories -- Westborough (Mass.) Photograph of the Gould & Walker Company, corner of Milk and Phillips Streets, Westborough (Westboro). Company, which made boots and shoes, was started in 1883 by William Gould and Melvin Walker.

354. Westboro Hat Company and American Saddle and Bicycle Company employees Westboro Hat Company and American Saddle and Bicycle Company employees Industries -- Massachusetts -- Worcester County; Hat Industry -- Westborough (Mass.); History -- Westborough (Mass.); Bicycle Industry -- Westborough (Mass.) Company employees in front of the Westboro Hat Company and the American Saddle and Bicycle Company on Phillips Street.

355. Stephen Meekins Ambrotype, c. 1855-1861 Stephen Meekins Ambrotype, c. 1855-1861 Meekins, Stephen, 1812-1894; Ambrotypes; Portraits--19th century; Williamsburg (Mass.); Bradford, Wealthy, 1812-1875; Meekins Library This hand-tinted sixth-plate ambrotype, in a leather case with oval brass mat (2½ inches w. x 3 inches h.), c.1855-1861, is a portrait of Williamsburg, Mass., resident Stephen Meekins (1812-1894). It...

356. Group [A.O.C.?] portrait on Meekins Library steps, 1900 Group [A.O.C.?] portrait on Meekins Library steps, 1900 Williamsburg (Mass.); Damon, Estella Louise, 1887-1972; Meekins Library; Associations, institutions, etc.--Massachusetts--Williamsburg. This photograph shows a group of 35 young men and women, most of them appearing to be teenagers while one man and two women seem to be adults, posed on the front steps of the three-year-old Meekins Library...

357. Nash Hill Schoolhouse restoration diptych, c. 1971-86 Nash Hill Schoolhouse restoration diptych, c. 1971-86 Williamsburg (Mass.); Schools--Massachusetts--Williamsburg; Rural schools--Massachusetts--Williamsburg This pair of photographs shows the one-room schoolhouse on Nash Hill in Williamsburg, Mass., which was in use on its present site from 1786 until 1917. The pictures were taken during and after its restoration...

358. Alice C. House cabinet card, c. 1885 Alice C. House cabinet card, c. 1885 Williamsburg (Mass.); Chesterfield (Mass.); Haydenville (Mass.); Agawam (Mass.); House, Alice C., 1862-1921 Full-length studio portrait of Alice C. House, born in Chesterfield, Mass. and a resident of Haydenville (part of Williamsburg, Mass.) from 1870 until after 1900. She taught a Sunday school class and worked...

359. Haydenville after Mill River Disaster, 1874 Haydenville after Mill River Disaster, 1874 Williamsburg (Mass.); Haydenville (Mass.); Disasters--Massachusetts--Williamsburg This large (13.5 x 10.25 inches) and wonderfully detailed photograph was taken from an embankment above the raised railroad grade at the southeast end of Haydenville, one of the villages in Williamsburg,...

360. 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...
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