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1. Laborers from the Berlin Iron Bridge Company at work on building the roof of the Forbes Library Laborers from the Berlin Iron Bridge Company at work on building the roof of the Forbes Library Workers—Massachusetts; Berlin Iron Bridge Company, East Berlin (Conn.); Building construction—Massachusetts—Northampton; Forbes Library, Northampton (Mass.) The roof of the new Forbes Library being constructed by a team of workers standing on the iron beams. All the workers are wearing hats. The caption on the photograph reads, “Designed and built by the...

2. Maynard's Hoe Shop, Northampton, Massachusetts, Before the flood Maynard’s Hoe Shop, Northampton, Massachusetts, Before the flood Maynard’s Hoe Shop, Northampton (Mass.); Factories—Massachusetts—Northampton; Workers—Massachusetts—Northampton A view of Maynard’s Hoe Shop taken from across a river. Workers with wheelbarrows from the factory are on both banks and in the river itself. A large stonewall has been erected near a bend in the river....

3. Factory of Belding Bro's & Co., Silk Manufacturers, Northampton, Mass. Factory of Belding Bro’s & Co., Silk Manufacturers, Northampton, Mass. Belding Bro’s & Co., Silk Manufacturers, Northampton(Mass.); Factories—Massachusetts—Northampton; Silk Industry—Massachusetts—Northampton View of the factory of Belding Bro’s & Co., Silk Manufacturers. The building is composed of brick, and there are two towers with mansard roofs. The name of the company is marked on the side of the building....

4. Workers at the Clement Manufacturing Co. Workers at the Clement Manufacturing Co. Clement Manufacturing Co., Northampton (Mass.); Workers—Massachusetts—Northampton; Factories—Massachusetts—Northampton; Machinery, in factories An interior view of the Clement Manufacturing Co. depicting the workers laboring on the machinery. The machines occupy the whole floor. The Clement Manufacturing Company was involved in the production...

5. Calvin Coolidge and son building a kart Calvin Coolidge and son building a kart Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933; Coolidge, Calvin, Jr., 1908-1924; Presidents--United States; Karts (automobiles)--design and construction; Children of Presidents; Northampton (Mass.) Governor Calvin Coolidge and his son Calvin Coolidge, Jr. building a Kart at their home at 21 Massasoit Street, Northampton, MA.

6. Calvin and Grace Coolidge Plant a Tree on Arbor Day Calvin and Grace Coolidge Plant a Tree on Arbor Day Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933; Coolidge, Grace Goodhue, 1879-1957; Presidents--United States; Presidents' spouses--United States; Arbor Day; Tree planting; Governors--Massachusetts; State House (Boston, Mass.) Governor Calvin Coolidge and his wife Grace plant a tree at the State House in Boston in celebration of Arbor Day

7. Calvin Coolidge, Jr. picking tobacco Calvin Coolidge, Jr. picking tobacco Coolidge, Calvin, Jr., 1908-1924; Children of Presidents; Hatfield (Mass.); Tobacco; Tobacco farms -- Massachusetts -- Hatfield Calvin Coolidge, Jr. (left foreground) picking tobacco while working at the Dickinson and Day Farm in Hatfield, MA

8. Calvin Coolidge, Jr. and tobacco leaves Calvin Coolidge, Jr. and tobacco leaves Coolidge, Calvin, Jr., 1908-1924; Children of Presidents; Hatfield (Mass.); Tobacco; Tobacco farms -- Massachusetts -- Hatfield Calvin Coolidge, Jr., age 14, holding some tobacco leaves he picked while working at the Dickinson and Day Farm in Hatfield, MA

9. Mt. Tom Lumber Co., Northampton, Massachusetts Mt. Tom Lumber Co., Northampton, Massachusetts Mt. Tom Lumber Co. Northampton (Mass.); Connecticut River Lumber Co., Northampton (Mass.); Connecticut Valley Lumber Co., Northampton (Mass.); Lumber Industry—Massachusetts—Northampton; Factories—Massachusetts—Northampton Mt. Tom Lumber Co. on the Connecticut River. Two buildings are in view. The closer building, to the right, is made of wood. The building in the distance to left is made of brick. The words “Conn. River...

10. Tobacco Crop, Hadley, Mass. Largest barn in the valley Tobacco Crop, Hadley, Mass. Largest barn in the valley Tobacco Barns—Massachusetts—Hadley; Tobacco Fields—Massachusetts—Hadley; Farming—Massachusetts—Hadley A large tobacco barn in the middle of a harvested tobacco field in Hadley, Massachusetts. The caption below the photo claims that it is the “largest barn in the valley, ¼ of a mile long.”

11. Williams Manufacturing Company, Manufacturers of Baskets, Northampton, Mass. Williams Manufacturing Company, Manufacturers of Baskets, Northampton, Mass. Williams Manufacturing Company, Northampton (Mass.); Basket Industry—Massachusetts—Northampton The Williams Manufacturing Company building for manufacturing baskets. The building is located in Northampton, Massachusetts and is made of wood. A dirt road and a picket fence wind in front of the building...
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