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1. Harwood Family Farm, Crawford Road: Family in Front of House Harwood Family Farm, Crawford Road: Family in Front of House Harwood--Southbridge--(Mass. Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Massachusetts--Southbridge; Farm life--United States--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Farm Life--United States--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Agriculture--United States--New England; Dwellings--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Dwellings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge The Harwood Family are gathered in front of the Crawford Road farm. Blanche, Bertha, Edna, Harold, Elvira, Arthur and his wife Eva and their son Stanley are included. This is a southerly view of the family...

2. Evangelical Free "Union" Church and Alden House on Hamilton Street Southbridge Massachusetts Evangelical Free "Union" Church and Alden House on Hamilton Street Southbridge Massachusetts Church buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Church architecture--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Parsonages--United States--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Southbridge(Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Architecture--United States--19th century; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works The Evangelical Free "Union" Church was organized in 1854. The agent, executives of the Hamilton Woolen Company and other Globe Village businessmen initiated the construction project. As a consequence,...

3. Harwood Family Farm, Crawford Road: Sarah B. Harwood Harwood Family Farm, Crawford Road: Sarah B. Harwood Harwood--Southbridge--(Mass. Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Massachusetts--Southbridge; Farm life--United States--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Farm Life--United States--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Agriculture--United States--New England; Dwellings--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Dwellings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge Sarah B. Harwood (nee Brackett) b.1790-d.1846 standing in front of the family farm house. The official address was Crawford Road but it was also known as Breakneck Road. The house is facing west and is...

4. Harwood Family Farm, Crawford Road: Sarah B. Harwood Churning Butter Harwood Family Farm, Crawford Road: Sarah B. Harwood Churning Butter Harwood--Southbridge--(Mass. Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Massachusetts--Southbridge; Farm life--United States--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Farm Life--United States--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Agriculture--United States--New England; Dwellings--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Dwellings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge Sarah B. Harwood (nee Brackett) b.1790-d.1846 on the porch of the El churning butter. The well is located in front of the El. The official address was Crawford Road but it was also known as Breakneck Road....

5. Harwood Family Farm, Crawford Road: Harrison Harwood with Horse and Surrey Harwood Family Farm, Crawford Road: Harrison Harwood with Horse and Surrey Harwood--Southbridge--(Mass. Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Massachusetts--Southbridge; Farm life--United States--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Farm Life--United States--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Agriculture--United States--New England; Dwellings--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Dwellings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge The official address for this farm house on the tax bill was Crawford Road but it was also known as Breakneck Road. The farm house is facing west and is located between the fourth and the fifth resevoirs...

6. Harwood Family Farm Picnic Harwood Family Farm Picnic Harwood--Southbridge--(Mass.)--Picknicking--historical; Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Massachusetts--Southbridge; Farm life--United States--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Farm Life--United States--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Agriculture--United States--New England; Dwellings--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Dwellings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Sturbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge A summer picnic under the shade trees is underway. Nine people are assembled to partake in an outdoor meal. The table is covered with a cloth, the couple in the foreground are both wearning a hat. A glimpse...

7. Hamilton Street Southbridge Massachusetts Hamilton Street Southbridge Massachusetts Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Architecture--United States--20th century; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works View of the residential and commercial buildings on the west side of Hamilton Street, Southbridge, in the early 1900s. John Underwood's residence is on the left, built in 1820's or thereabouts. Mr Underwood...

8. Town Hall Southbridge, Viewed from Dresser Street Town Hall Southbridge, Viewed from Dresser Street Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--history; City halls--Massachusetts--Southbridge Winter view of Town Hall, looking eastward, taken from Dresser Street. Built of brick in 1888, with terra cotta detail, the Town Hall is located on Elm Street. The original town meeting house was located...

9. 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...

10. Aerial view of town of Southbridge, MA and the American Optical Company from Notre Dame Church during Aerial view of town of Southbridge, MA and the American Optical Company from Notre Dame Church during construction Massachusetts--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--Aerial view; Historic buildings--New England; Architecture--United States--19th century; American Optical Company; American Optical Corporation--Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Optical Industry--Massachusetts--Southbridge Aerial view from Notre Dame Church, Main Street, Southbridge, Massachusetts during construction (pre-1916), looking in a south south east direction. The Main Plant of the American Optical Company is to...

11. Cohasse Country Club House Southbridge Massachusetts Cohasse Country Club House Southbridge Massachusetts Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Architecture--United States--19th century; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works; Social life and customs--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Golf--History--Massachusetts--Southbridge A winter view of the club house at the Cohasse Country Club in Southbridge, located on Eastford Road on the south side of town. The golf course was designed by Donald Ross. Built as one of the American...

12. Interior of the Blanchard Theater, Southbridge, Massachusetts
 Interior of the Blanchard Theater, Southbridge, Massachusetts Theaters--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Theater architecture, Massachusetts--Southbridge; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabaret etc.)--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Motion picture theaters; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England Interior view of the stage area of the Blanchard Theater, taken from the balcony. Decorative stage curtain and stage set on view. Scene in background of a lake with a nearby staircase. Ornate tin ceiling...

13. Main Street north side from Masonic block looking east including a horse drawn vehicle and street railway Main Street north side from Masonic block looking east including a horse drawn vehicle and street railway Southbridge Massachusetts Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Architecture--United States--19th century; Trolley cars--Pictorial work; Street-railroads; Horse-drawn vehicles; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works Streetscape of the north side of Main Street, showing the Masonic building, Boston Branch, Ammidown building, Central Baptist Church and some dwellings. Entrance to all of these storefronts is achieved...

14. Ralph C. Monroe and Catherine Monroe in their yard Ralph C. Monroe and Catherine Monroe in their yard Monroe family; New England--Genealogy; Optometry--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works; Ralph C. Monroe, M.D. and Catherine Monroe (née) McCormick, in their yard at 35 Pine Ridge Road in Southbridge, Massachusetts. In the background the pines that give the location its name, are on view....

15. Single story cottages Southbridge Single story cottages Southbridge Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--Southbridge--Massachusetts; Historic buildings--New England; Southbridge--Massachusetts; Architecture--United States--19th century; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works. There are nine single story modest cottages or row houses, depicted in this view, each with a chimney stack. The road is unpaved and there is a grass area at each side to delineate. A two row fence is...

16. American Optical Company in 1921 campus map: dates indicate the year of erection or remodeling the several American Optical Company in 1921 campus map: dates indicate the year of erection or remodeling the several buildings into their present construction American Optical Company--Southbridge (Mass.)--Maps; American Optical Company; American Optical Corporation; Southbridge (Mass.)--Maps A map of the American Optical Company campus, dated Nov. 23, 1921. The (as yet incomplete) section of the Main Plant on Mechanic Street, Southbridge, Massachusetts is shown, the terraced section was completed...

17. 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...

18. Central Street and corner of Main Street Southbridge Massachusetts: looking north Central Street and corner of Main Street Southbridge Massachusetts: looking north Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Architecture--United States--19th century; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works; Horse-drawn vehicles Triangular view of the Hartwell building on the corner of Main and Central Streets. Both facades have flat belt signage announcing "Drugs and Medicines". Built in 1867, George H. Hartwell operated an apothecary...

19. Residences of George W. Wells and Joel Cheney Wells on Main Street Southbridge Massachusetts with a glimpse Residences of George W. Wells and Joel Cheney Wells on Main Street Southbridge Massachusetts with a glimpse of a third residence Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Massachusetts--Southbridge; Architecture--United States--19th century; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works. On the north side of Main Street the residences of George Washington Wells, founder of American Optical; and his son Joel Cheney (J.C.) Wells are shown. Interesting architectural details such as balconies,...
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