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Gilbert, Russ H (22)

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ca 1918 (5)
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21. Charles J. Seaver Charles J. Seaver Seaver, Charles J.; Starzyk Building; City Hall (Chicopee, Mass.); Chicopee Savings Bank; Market Square (Chicopee, Mass.); Chicopee (Mass.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. Mr. Seaver is walking westward in downtown Market Square. On the left is the Starzyk Building and on the right is the City Hall clock tower. Mr. Seaver was the treasurer of the Chicopee Savings Bank which...

22. Member of the Aldenville Canning Club Member of the Aldenville Canning Club Aldenville Canning Club; Canning and preserving; Food -- Preservation A club member, Lillian Sansoucy, stands in a field to the right of a table displaying prizewinning jars. The sign on the table identifies her as Chicopee's champion canner.

23. Aldenville Canning Club Aldenville Canning Club Aldenville Canning Club; Canning and preserving; Food -- Preservation Members of the club are gathered about their canning exhibit that won several first prizes at area fairs. In the 1920s, the Aldenville section of Chicopee was still partly rural.

24. Tires ready for the vulcanizers in the vulcanizing room Tires ready for the vulcanizers in the vulcanizing room Tire industry – Massachusetts – Chicopee; Rubber industry and trade – Massachusetts – Chicopee; Fisk Tire Company; Chicopee (Mass.) – Industries; Tires Cord tires awaiting vulcanization are dangling from metal hooks attached to pulleys. These pulleys ran on an overhead circular track. Because of this round shape, workers at the Fisk Tire Company referred...
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