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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. Letter from General William Franklin Draper to his son, Clare Hill Draper, April 28, 1899 Letter from General William Franklin Draper to his son, Clare Hill Draper, April 28, 1899 Draper, William F. (William Franklin), 1842-1910--Correspondence; Draper, Clare Hill; United States.Army--Generals; Legislators--United States--1890-1990; Draper family A letter from General William Franklin Draper to his son Clare Hill Draper written from the Embassy of the United States in Rome while he was the Ambassador to Italy. The letter talks about his views on...

4. 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....

5. 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.

6. President Theodore Roosevelt's introduction of Massachusetts Governor Eben S. Draper President Theodore Roosevelt's introduction of Massachusetts Governor Eben S. Draper Draper, Eben Sumner, 1855-1914; Massachusetts.Lieutenant Governor (1906-1909 : Draper); Massachusetts.Governor (1909-1911 : Draper); Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919--College orations; Harvard University--Commencement ceremonies; Draper family A quote from President Theodore Roosevelt's introduction of Massachusetts Governor Eben Sumner Draper at the 1910 Harvard University Commencement. The quote is taken from the book, The Administrations...

7. 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...

8. 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...

9. Letter from George Otis Draper to Clare Hill Draper from Paris, 1884 Letter from George Otis Draper to Clare Hill Draper from Paris, 1884 Draper, Clare Hill; Statue of Liberty National Monument (N.Y. and N.J.); Paris (France); Circus--France; Draper family A letter from George Otis Draper to his brother, Clare Hill Draper, written from Paris on July 5, 1884. The letter talks about going to see a circus in Paris and seeing the Statue of Liberty before it...

10. Thwing Sisters Thwing Sisters Draper, Hannah; Draper, Anna; Bancroft, Sylvia; Draper, George, 1817-1887; Draper, Ebenezer Daggett, 1813-1887; Ansom, Susan; Whipple, Sarah; Bancroft, Joseph; Knight, Minerva; Hopedale (Mass.); Draper family A card made from a photograph of the six Thwing Sisters. Seated is Susan Ansom, Sarah Whipple, and Anna Draper. Standing is Sylvia Bancroft, Minerva Knight, and Hannah Draper. Anna was married to Ebenezer...

11. Residence of George Albert Draper Residence of George Albert Draper Draper, George Albert, 1855-1923; Historic dwellings--Massachusetts--Hopedale; Draper family A postcard of the George Albert Draper House on 66 Addin Street in Hopedale, Massachusetts. It was torn down around 1930 and is now the site of the Benjamin Helm Bristow Draper Jr. house.

12. George Draper George Draper Draper, George, 1817-1887; Draper Family A cabinet card photograph of George Draper. It was George Draper who really started the Draper Corporation. In 1853 he joined his brother Ebenezer Draper in the Hopedale Community, a Utopian Community...

13. Draper Company, Hopedale (Mass.) eastward view of rear yard Draper Company, Hopedale (Mass.) eastward view of rear yard Draper Company; Hopedale (Mass.); Textile industry--Massachusetts--Hopedale The photo is an eastward view of the rear of Draper Company. It shows the construction of an addition to the plant on Hopedale Street. The Grafton and Upton Railroad spur shows in the foreground.

14. Postcard of Draper Company Office, Hopedale, Massachusetts Postcard of Draper Company Office, Hopedale, Massachusetts Draper Corporation; Hopedale (Mass.); Textile industry--Massachusetts--Hopedale The postcard is a photo of the Draper Company Office in Hopedale, Massachusetts. The trolley tracks show in the street in front of the building. The rear of the postcard is postmarked 1909 at the South...
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