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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. The Princess The Princess Draper, Margaret Preston, 1891-1973 A chronological photographic and ephemera series of the history and life of "The Princess," born Margaret Preston Draper, who later became Princess Boncompagni of Italy.

4. Noteworthy Events of the Governorship of Eben Sumner Draper Noteworthy Events of the Governorship of Eben Sumner Draper Draper, Eben Sumner, 1855-1914; Massachusetts.Lieutenant Governor (1906-1909 : Draper); Massachusetts.Governor (1909-1911 : Draper); Columbus Day; American Red Cross; Draper family Noteworthy events of Massachusetts Governor Eben Sumner Draper written by William Andrew Murphy, his private secretary in 1910, taken from the book, The Administrations of Hon. Eben Sumner Draper; Governor...

5. Draper Corporation in Hopedale Massachusetts - "Changing Shifts" Draper Corporation in Hopedale Massachusetts - "Changing Shifts" Draper Corporation; Hopedale (Mass.); Textile industry--Massachusetts--Hopedale The photo shows the workers at Draper Corporation changing shifts during the work day. In the foreground is the "Lilley and Mader" Ice Cream Wagon. Trolley tracks are visible in the street. this is the...

6. Letter from Lydia Warren Joy to her son William Franklin Draper Jr. saying goodbye Letter from Lydia Warren Joy to her son William Franklin Draper Jr. saying goodbye Draper, William Franklin, Jr.; Draper family; Religion--Future life A letter from Lydia Warren Joy Draper to her son William Franklin Draper Jr. William Franklin Draper Jr., born in 1865, was her first child from her marriage with General William Franklin Draper. The letter...

7. United Press Syndicate article on George Otis Draper United Press Syndicate article on George Otis Draper Draper, George Otis, 1867-1923; Draper Corporation; Draper family An article about George Otis Draper by the United Press Syndicate, Inc entitled, "George Otis Draper: A noted Capitalist, prominent in the affairs of Numerous Important Corporations", published ca. 1908-1914....

8. Hopedale on the day of first practice blackout, March 8, 1942 Hopedale on the day of first practice blackout, March 8, 1942 Draper Corporation; Hopedale (Mass.); Textile industry--Massachusetts--Hopedale; Blackouts in war The photo is one of two showing the Draper Corporation complex with all its lights on at night prior to the first practice blackout for the town of Hopedale. The photo was taken from the top of the ski...
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