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1. The Practical Christian 1840-1841 The Practical Christian 1840-1841 The Practical Christian was a Utopian community newspaper published between 1840 and 1860 in Hopedale, Massachusetts.

2. Cotton Chats Cotton Chats Draper Company; Hopedale (Mass.); Textile industry--Massachusetts--Hopedale Draper Company pamphlet

3. Dedication brochure for the Jubal Howe Memorial Library, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts September 24, 1903 Dedication brochure for the Jubal Howe Memorial Library, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts September 24, 1903 Public libraries--Massachusetts--Shrewsbury; Shrewsbury (Mass)-History.

4. Last will and testament of James Deneson credited as the first settler in Southbridge Massachusetts Last will and testament of James Deneson credited as the first settler in Southbridge Massachusetts Deneson, James--Will; Deneson, James--Estate; Will--James Deneson--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--James Deneson; Deneson, Experience; Historic documents--Southbridge (Mass. Historic documents--Sturbridge (Mass.) The last will and testament of James Deneson (also known as James Dennison) and a schedule of his property. The original is a two-sided handwritten document, written on 10th of May, 1777. This document...

5. Springfield Hospital Annual Report 1956 Springfield Hospital Annual Report 1956 Hospitals—Massachusetts—Springfield; Springfield Hospital (Springfield, MA)—History. This14-page document includes listings of the Board of Trustees, Administrative Staff, Medical Staff, House Staff and Corporators of Springfield Hospital in 1956. There are reports from: Dudley B. Wallace,...

6. Nurses at the piano Nurses at the piano Hospitals—Massachusetts—Springfield; Springfield Hospital (Springfield, MA)—History; Nursing—Study and Teaching; Nursing—History. In November 1887, the Hernando Fuller Farm on North Chestnut Street in Springfield, MA was purchased for the construction of a new building for Springfield Hospital. The hospital opened in May 1889 and...

7. Circular of Information 1943 Circular of Information 1943 Hospitals—Massachusetts—Springfield; Springfield Hospital (Springfield, MA)—History; Nursing—Study and Teaching; Nursing—History. This eight-page pamphlet describes the program at the Springfield Hospital School of Nursing for 1943. There is a listing of the Officers, the Training School Committee and the Faculty for the School of...

8. Nurses in the Maternity Ward Nurses in the Maternity Ward Hospitals—Massachusetts—Springfield; Springfield Hospital (Springfield, MA)—History; Nursing—Study and Teaching; Nursing—History. In the early 20th century, the Springfield Hospital School of Nursing awarded diplomas in December to those who completed the two year course. The nursing uniforms for students were identical to those...

9. School of Nursing Graduation June 1973 School of Nursing Graduation June 1973 Hospitals—Massachusetts—Springfield; Springfield Hospital (Springfield, MA)—History; Nursing—Study and Teaching; Nursing—History. In the early 1970s, the Springfield Hospital School of Nursing adopted an academic year schedule. The School discontinued offering housing and became a commuter school. By allying with Springfield Technical...

10. School of Nursing Graduation May 1979 School of Nursing Graduation May 1979 Hospitals—Massachusetts—Springfield; Springfield Hospital (Springfield, MA)—History; Nursing—Study and Teaching; Nursing—History. In 1976, Wesson Memorial Hospital merged with Springfield Hospital to become Baystate Medical Center. The nursing departments underwent many changes, altering the relationship with the School of Nursing....

11. Circular of Information 1966-1967 Circular of Information 1966-1967 Hospitals—Massachusetts—Springfield; Springfield Hospital (Springfield, MA)—History; Nursing—Study and Teaching; Nursing—History. This ten-page pamphlet describes the program at the Springfield Hospital School of Nursing for the school year 1966-1967. There is a listing of the Board of Trustees, Administration and the Faculty for...

12. Instructor with Students in Nursing Arts Lab Instructor with Students in Nursing Arts Lab Hospitals—Massachusetts—Springfield; Springfield Hospital (Springfield, MA)—History; Nursing—Study and Teaching; Nursing—History. The Springfield Hospital School of Nursing recruited students from local high schools. As a hospital-based program, the School of Nursing received support from the American Hospital Association and the...

13. Capping Exercise 1961 Capping Exercise 1961 Hospitals—Massachusetts—Springfield; Springfield Hospital (Springfield, MA)—History; Nursing—Study and Teaching; Nursing—History. This bi-fold program lists the Classes of 1961 and 1963 for the Springfield Hospital School of Nursing. The program includes the speakers and music for the Capping Exercise held at John J. Duggan Junior...

14. Laborers from the Berlin Iron Bridge Company at work on building the roof of the Forbes Library Laborers from the Berlin Iron Bridge Company at work on building the roof of the Forbes Library Workers—Massachusetts; Berlin Iron Bridge Company, East Berlin (Conn.); Building construction—Massachusetts—Northampton; Forbes Library, Northampton (Mass.) The roof of the new Forbes Library being constructed by a team of workers standing on the iron beams. All the workers are wearing hats. The caption on the photograph reads, “Designed and built by the...

15. Maynard's Hoe Shop, Northampton, Massachusetts, Before the flood Maynard’s Hoe Shop, Northampton, Massachusetts, Before the flood Maynard’s Hoe Shop, Northampton (Mass.); Factories—Massachusetts—Northampton; Workers—Massachusetts—Northampton A view of Maynard’s Hoe Shop taken from across a river. Workers with wheelbarrows from the factory are on both banks and in the river itself. A large stonewall has been erected near a bend in the river....

16. 505 West Main Street, Shrewsbury (Mass.) 505 West Main Street, Shrewsbury (Mass.) 505 West Main Street, Shrewsbury (Mass.) ; Harness making and trade -- Shrewsbury (Mass.) ; Historic dwellings -- Shrewsbury (Mass.) ; Cartography -- History --Shrewsbury (Mass.) ; Surveying Shrewsbury (Mass.) ; Lake Quinsigamond, Shrewsbury (Mass.). Historic home at 505 West Main Street. 1797 was the first mention of buildings on this property. Property used as harness shop, furniture shop and by saddle tree makers. Home once occupied by Henry Snow,...

17. Album image 08, A. Coburn, Son & Co.'s Boot Manufactory Album image 08, A. Coburn, Son & Co.'s Boot Manufactory A. Coburn Son & Co.'s Boot Manufactory (Hopkinton Mass.); Hopkinton (Mass.)- history; Shoe industry-Massachusetts-Hopkinton; Historic Buildings-Massachusetts-Hopkinton Five-story wooden shoe manufacturing building has a brick foundation and sky lights on the roof. A separate low brick structure with sky lights is in the left front and a two-story building with white...

18. Front gates of A.G. Spalding & Bros. Front gates of A.G. Spalding & Bros. A.G. Spalding & Bros.; Manufactures -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee; Sporting goods industry -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee Gatekeeper and watchman, John Sullivan, is seated on the right next to another individual at the entrance of A.G. Spalding & Bros., a manufacturer of sporting goods. Located in Chicopee center on the banks...

19. Reproduction of a poster for Fashion Week in Worcester, Massachusetts, 1914 Reproduction of a poster for Fashion Week in Worcester, Massachusetts, 1914 Advertising--Posters; Dogs; Fashion Week; Community events; A reproduction of a poster made for the Fashion Week in Worcester Massachusetts by Kenneth B. Harrison. Fashion week was from September 22-26 1914. The purpose of the Fashion Week was to allow local merchants,...

20. Worcester Umbrella Company advertisement Worcester Umbrella Company advertisement Advertising--Umbrellas; Women in advertising; An advertisement for the Worcester Umbrella Company published in the June, 1902 Worcester Magazine. The advertisement has a woman in a long, flowing dress carrying an umbrella. A heart with the company...
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