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Gilbert, Russ H (5)

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May 7, 1921 (3)
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Tire Industry – Mass... (2)
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1. 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...

2. 1. Chicopee, Massachusetts Memorial Day, May 31, 1920 1. Chicopee, Massachusetts Memorial Day, May 31, 1920 Memorial Day -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee A visual document of Chicopee, Massachusetts Memorial Day, May 31, 1920: a chronological photographic series.

3. 2. Chicopee, Massachusetts Memorial Day, May 30, 1921 2. Chicopee, Massachusetts Memorial Day, May 30, 1921 Memorial Day -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee A visual document of Chicopee, Massachusetts Memorial Day, May 31, 1920: a chronological photographic series.

4. Fire in one of the oldest buildings in Chicopee Falls, May 7, 1921 (Theater) Fire in one of the oldest buildings in Chicopee Falls, May 7, 1921 (Theater) Fires -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee; Williams Market; Stores, Retail -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee; Grand Theater (Chicopee, Mass.); Motion picture theaters -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee Crowd standing on the sidewalk to view the fire at the Williams Market on Main Street in Chicopee Falls. To the left, a white lamp marks the entrance of the Grand Theater which was a picture show.

5. Fire in one of the oldest buildings in Chicopee Falls, May 7, 1921 (Williams Market) Fire in one of the oldest buildings in Chicopee Falls, May 7, 1921 (Williams Market) Fires -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee; Williams Market; Stores, Retail -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee; Chicopee (Mass.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. Firemen with a hose are climbing a ladder to put out a fire on the top floor of the Williams Market which was located at 103 Main Street in Chicopee Falls. Smoke can be seen pouring out of the round window...

6. Safety bulletin describing a recent accident at the Chicopee plant of the Fisk Tire Company Safety bulletin describing a recent accident at the Chicopee plant of the Fisk Tire Company Tire industry – Massachusetts – Chicopee; Rubber industry and trade – Massachusetts – Chicopee; Fisk Tire Company; Chicopee (Mass.) – Industries; Tires Inside the safety bulletin case, management of the plant has placed a poster which shows and describes how a worker injured his finger while placing his hand on a tire hanging from the overhead track;...

7. Tires arriving by conveyer near the vulcanizers Tires arriving by conveyer near the vulcanizers Tire industry – Massachusetts – Chicopee; Rubber industry and trade – Massachusetts – Chicopee; Fisk Tire Company; Chicopee (Mass.) – Industries; Tires Workers near the conveyer wait for tires in molds which are destined for the vulcanizers on their right. As these molds arrive, these workers will place one mold on top of another until they fill the vulcanizer....

8. Fire in one of the oldest buildings in Chicopee Falls, May 7, 1921 Fire in one of the oldest buildings in Chicopee Falls, May 7, 1921 Fires -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee; Williams Market; Chicopee (Mass.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.; Trolley cars -- Massachusetts -- Chicopee Spectators gather on Main Street in Chicopee Falls to view fire in an old wooden frame building. Hanging above the crowd are electrical trolley wires. These wires powered the trolley cars which ran on...
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