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1. Charles Eugene Monroe one of the first optometrists in the USA: offices in Southbridge Massachusetts Charles Eugene Monroe one of the first optometrists in the USA: offices in Southbridge Massachusetts Monroe, Charles Eugene, 1868-1931. Optometry--Massachusetts--Southbridge.Optometrists--Massachusetts--Southbridge.Eyeglasses--Massachusetts--Southbridge.Southbridge (Mass.) Charles E. Monroe shown in formal outdoor attire with his optometry traveling suitcase in hand. In the view, Dr. Monroe is wearing a full length wool top coat with velvet collar, a bowler derby hat, leather...

2. Charles Eugene Monroe in his first optometry office in Southbridge Massachusetts Charles Eugene Monroe in his first optometry office in Southbridge Massachusetts Monroe, Charles Eugene, 1868-1931.Optometry--Massachusetts--Southbridge.Optometrists--Massachusetts--Southbridge.Eyeglasses--Massachusetts--Southbridge.Southbridge (Mass.) Charles E. Monroe in his first optometry office located in the Barnes Block on the corner of Main and Chapin Streets, in Southbridge from approximately 1885-1905. Thereafter he had offices at 1456 Main...

3. Charles Eugene Monroe in his second optometry office in Southbridge Massachusetts Charles Eugene Monroe in his second optometry office in Southbridge Massachusetts Monroe, Charles Eugene, 1868-1931.Optometry--Massachusetts--Southbridge.Optometrists--Massachusetts--Southbridge.Eyeglasses--Massachusetts--Southbridge.Southbridge (Mass.) Charles E. Monroe in his second optometry office, located at 1456 Main Street, in Southbridge from 1905 to approximately 1931. Monroe received his degree from the Chicago Ophthalmic College which is on...

4. Charles Eugene Monroe at his engraving table in his jewelry and watch store in the old YMCA building Charles Eugene Monroe at his engraving table in his jewelry and watch store in the old YMCA building Southbridge Massachusetts Monroe, Charles Eugene, 1868-1931.Retail store--JewelerOptometry--Massachusetts--Southbridge.Optometrists--Massachusetts--Southbridge.Eyeglasses--Massachusetts--Southbridge.Southbridge (Mass.) Interior view of the jewelry store of Charles E. Monroe, later optometrist. The store was located at the Old YMCA building on the south side of Main Street in Southbridge. The YMCA building was located...

5. Charles Eugene Monroe optometrist Southbridge Massachusetts Charles Eugene Monroe optometrist Southbridge Massachusetts Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works; Monroe family; Monroe, Charles Eugene, 1868-1931; Cook Monroe, Ida Elise, 1873-1966; New England--Genealogy; Optometry--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Optometrists--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Eyeglasses--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Dashing portrait of the young Charles E. Monroe in formal wear. Monroe is shown in top coat, suit with fob watch, leather gloves and derby hat. His shirt has a high collar and is secured with a button....

6. Herbert A. Dresser cigar manufacturer and Faulkner House hotel Southbridge Herbert A. Dresser cigar manufacturer and Faulkner House hotel Southbridge Historic buildings--Southbridge--Massachusetts; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial work; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic districts--Southbridge--Massachusetts; Central business districts--Massachusetts--S North side of Main Street Southbridge during the 1916 Centennial celebrations. Three story brick building,framed by a tree on the left and festooned with flags and buntings. An interesting sign with a...

7. Calvin A Paige House 39 Elm street Southbridge Calvin A Paige House 39 Elm street Southbridge Historic buildings--Southbridge--Massachusetts; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial work; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic districts--Southbridge--Massachusetts; Central business districts--Massachusetts--S The residence of Calvin A Paige and family, at 39 Elm Street, Southbridge festooned for the 1916 Centennial celebration. The widow's walk on top of the roof makes for an interesting house with three dormer...

8. At the lensometer Dr. Edgar D. Tillyer at work, at the American Optical Southbridge At the lensometer Dr. Edgar D. Tillyer at work, at the American Optical Southbridge Tillyer, Edgar D. (Edgar Derry), 1881-1973; Optics -- Technological innovations; American Optical Company; Southbridge (Mass.)--Biography--Pictorial works. Dr. Tillyer came to Southbridge, Massachusetts, in 1919, having worked at the U.S. Patent Office. The Optical Society of America has a medal named in honor of Dr. Tillyer. In Southbridge, Tillyer Ave.,...

9. Southbridge streetscape from north side of Main street from Universalist church to the Hartwell building Southbridge streetscape from north side of Main street from Universalist church to the Hartwell building Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--buildings; Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge Streetscape of the north side of Main Street, Southbridge, looking west. Buildings that are depicted include, The First Universalist Church, on the corner of Hamilton Street; The Whitford building, the...

10. 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...

11. Main Street, Town Of Southbridge, Massachusetts Main Street, Town Of Southbridge, Massachusetts Massachusetts--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.Town)--aerial view; Historic Buildings--New England; American Optical Company; American Optical Corporation--Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Optical Industry--Massachusetts--Southbridge Tree-lined Main Street is shown leading to the American Optical Company campus in the distance. The Universalist Church spire and the Elm Street Congregationalist Church spire are depicted here - both...

12. 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...

13. View of Southbridge from Cliff Street of the Crane, River, Pine street areas, including St. Mary's Church View of Southbridge from Cliff Street of the Crane, River, Pine street areas, including St. Mary's Church and Old Notre Dame Church and the Quinebaug River Church buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--New England; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge, Quinebaug River (Mass. Railroads--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Buildings, domestic--Massachusetts--Southbridge Quinebaug River flows in the foreground, with a view of the riverbank. Railroad track runs parallel to the river along Crane and River Streets. Two groupings of warehouse buildings are located between...

14. Leafy view of Centre Village Southbridge 1890 Leafy view of Centre Village Southbridge 1890 Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Southbridge (Mass.)--Buildings; Southbridge (Mass.)--Social life and customs--Pictorial works Streetscape of Centre Village Southbridge looking east. The street is unpaved and there are some vehicles standing on Main Street. Some elm trees are seen on both sides of the street. The curve of the...

15. Southbridge National Bank wide view Southbridge National Bank wide view Banks and banking; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial work; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--Social life and customs Southbridge National Bank built in 1930, by F. X. Laliberte & Co., of Southbridge. Located on the south side of Main Street between Elm and Everett streets. A balcony flanks either side of the building...

16. Southbridge high School Graduating Class 1909 at Town Hall Southbridge Massachusetts
 Southbridge high School Graduating Class 1909 at Town Hall Southbridge Massachusetts Southbridge High School (Southbridge, Mass. High schools --Massachusetts -- Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Social life and customs--Massachusetts--Southbridge The graduating class of Southbridge High School, in 1909, is shown on the steps in front of Town Hall, Southbridge, where the school was located on the top floor. There are twenty six students in all,...

17. Grand Army of the Republic Committee Southbridge Massachusetts Grand Army of the Republic Committee 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 Grand Army of the Republic Department of Massachusetts Malcolm Ammidown Post, No. 168, Southbridge. Three elderly gentlemen, veterans of the Civil War, are stoically seated in the GAR Room at Town Hall....

18. 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,...

19. Main Street Southbridge Massachusetts looking east Main Street Southbridge Massachusetts looking east Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Architecture--United States--19th century; Horse-drawn vehicles; Trolley cars--Pictorial works; Street-railroads; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works Bustling downtown Southbridge at the turn of the 20th century. The tracks for the trolley car emerge from Hamilton street going towards lower Main Street. A striped awning protects the merchandise in the...
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