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1. Litchfield Shuttle Works, Southbridge, Mass. Litchfield Shuttle Works, Southbridge, Mass. Litchfield Shuttle Company--history; Litchfield Shuttle Works--Southbridge (Mass. Southbridge (Mass.)--history; Textile industry--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Factories--New England--pictorial works; Mills and mill work--New England--pictorial works; Historic buildings--New England; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Textile workers--Massachusetts--Southbridge Litchfield Shuttle Company located in the Shuttleville district (off South Street) in Southbridge, Massachusetts. View taken from the upper road way, looking down on the plant. The brick building has three...

2. Harrington Cutlery Company 1920 Marcy Street Harrington Cutlery Company 1920 Marcy Street John Russell Cutlery Company--history; Historic buildings--New England; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Factories--New England--pictorial works; mills and millwork--New England--pictorial works; Southbridge (Mass.)--history The Harrington Cutlery Co. factory building has a brick foundation and covered with wooden clapboard. In the background, the renowned triple-decker housing, unique to New England, is in evidence. Signage...

3. Oakes Homestead South Street Southbridge Oakes Homestead South Street Southbridge Architecture, domestic--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--buildings Pictured in the summer of 1897, this one story domestic dwelling was the birthplace of James J. (J.J.) Oakes, postmaster and dry goods store owner. The South Street property has clapboard siding with a...

4. Edwards Block Main Street Southbridge Edwards Block Main Street Southbridge Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Architecture, domestic--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Southbridge (Mass.)--Buildings; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial work View of the south side of Main Street, featuring the Edwards Block, in Centre Village, Southbridge. The Edwards Company, a dry goods, carpets, clothing and furnishings store was started by Jacob Edwards...

5. Hamilton Woolen Company Canal Southbridge Massachusetts Hamilton Woolen Company Canal Southbridge Massachusetts Hamilton Woolen Company--History; Hamilton Woolen Company--Southbridge (Mass. Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Architecture--United States--19th century; Industrial buildings--Southbridge (Mass. Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works Hamilton Woolen Company, established in 1831, is located in the Globe Village, the oldest section of Southbridge. This manufacturing hub, took its name from the predecessor of the Hamilton Woolen Co: The...

6. Hamilton Woolen Company, Lower Mill, Southbridge, Massachusetts: view from River Street Hamilton Woolen Company, Lower Mill, Southbridge, Massachusetts: view from River Street Hamilton Woolen Company--History; Hamilton Woolen Company--Southbridge (Mass. Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Architecture--United States--19th century; Industrial buildings--Southbridge (Mass. Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works A detailed view of the manufacturing plant of the Hamilton Woolen Company is shown,that was originally built in 1836. The building is constructed of brick with a five story tower complete with cupola,...
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