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Gilbert, Russ H (3)

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Covered Bridges -- Chi... (1)
Tire Industry -- Massa... (1)
World War, 1914-1918 -... (1)
a.g Spalding & Bros Ma... (1)

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ca 1917 (1)
ca 1918 (1)
ca 1921 (1)
Ca.1920 (1)

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1. Chicopee covered bridge Chicopee covered bridge Covered bridges -- Chicopee (Mass.); A.G. Spalding & Bros. Covered bridge built in 1846 connected Chicopee center with Granby Road and Chicopee Street. A.G. Spalding & Bros. building is directly to the left at the end of the bridge. Since colonial times, the area...

2. 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...

3. Gasless Sunday in Market Square Gasless Sunday in Market Square World War, 1914-1918 -- Economic aspects -- United States; Market Square (Chicopee, Mass.); City Hall (Chicopee, Mass.); A.G. Spalding & Bros.; Chicopee (Mass.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. Pedestrians on left street corner gaze on a nearly empty square during World War I. City Hall is on the right and A.G. Spalding is in the background. During World War I the federal government proclaimed...

4. Main mill building of the Fisk Tire Company Main mill building of the Fisk Tire Company Tire industry -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee; Rubber industry and trade -- Massachusetts-- Chicopee; Fisk Tire Company; Chicopee (Mass.) -- Industries; Tires This five-story building was the main production facility of the tire company. Founded in 1896, as one building and known as the Spalding & Pepper Rubber Company, it grew to be one of the nation’s largest...
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