| 1. ||The Last Survivors of Grand Army of the Republic Post 168 with Rose Shepard in GAR Memorial Hall Town Hall Southbridge Massachusetts
||United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Veterans--Societies, etc.; Grand Army of the Republic--History; Grand Army of the Republic Dept. of Massachusetts; Grand Army of the Republic--Massachusetts--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Veterans--Massachusetts; Women clerks ||The last three survivors of the Grand Army of the Republic of Massachusetts Malcolm Ammidown Post, No. 168, Southbridge, with Rose Shepard clerk to the G.A.R. Pictured from left to right are: Captain William... |
| 2. ||Southbridge Print Works Sandersdale Southbridge front view ||Cotton manufacture--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Textile industry--New England--history; Textile industry--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--history; Southbridge (Mass.)--pictorial work; Historic buildings--New England; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge ||Southbridge Print Works was the first major industry in the southern part of Southbridge, along the Quinebaug River. Established between 1868 and 1874 in the Sandersdale section of Southbridge. There are...