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1. American Optical Company rear view of the Main Plant with adjacent wooden structure American Optical Company rear view of the Main Plant with adjacent wooden structure American Optical Company; American Optical Corporation; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Optical industry--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge Rear view, (facing south) of the Main Plant and Clock Tower. Terraced brick facade is not yet complete as there is a wooden structure at the left, perpendicular to the Main Plant. Large brick chimney stack...

2. Marcy Street Grammar School Southbridge Marcy Street Grammar School Southbridge Schools--Massachusetts--Southbridge; School buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--history; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England Of Victorian brick design, reputedly "constructed according to the most approved methods of heating, ventilation and sanitation, at a cost of nearly $50,000...with seats for four hundred pupils, accommodating...

3. 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...

4. 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,...

5. Fire Department Elm Street Southbridge Fire Department Elm Street Southbridge Southbridge (Mass.)--Fire Department--Pictorial works; Fire departments--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Fire fighters--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Fire engines--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works; Historic buildings--New England; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge View of the Southbridge Fire Department Headquarters on Elm Street, looking west. Architects on the project were: George Clemence; H. A. Haricot; Gilbert M Parks; and George L. Winter. A two-story brick...

6. American Optical Company Southbridge spectacles view American Optical Company Southbridge spectacles view American Optical Company; American Optical Corporation; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Optical industry--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge Artist's view in the shape of a pair of spectacles or lenses. The left shows the full Main Plant with the Clock Tower in the middle of a terraced brick façade, in the front. There are four crenels interspersing...

7. Town Hall and Elm Street Congregational Church, Southbridge, Massachusetts Town Hall and Elm Street Congregational Church, Southbridge, Massachusetts City halls--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--Buildings; Church buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Church architecture--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Architecture--United States--19th century Tree lined intersection of Elm and Dresser streets, Southbridge. The Romanesque Revival style Town Hall, on the left, was built in 1888. The architect for the edifice was A.P. Cutting of Worcester. The...

8. American Optical Company clock tower and edifices on the right American Optical Company clock tower and edifices on the right American Optical Company; American Optical Corporation; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Optical industry--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England With the Common in the foreground, a close view of the buildings from the Clock Tower to the right side is shown. This comprises part of the Main Plant, as it was known. Brick is the main building material...

9. American Optical Company: alley detail (south view) American Optical Company: alley detail (south view) American Optical Company; American Optical Corporation; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Optical industry--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge Elongated southerly view of the rows of buildings perpendicular to the Main Plant. These buildings were razed in 2000 - except for the façade of the Main Plant - to facilitate the construction of the...

10. Elm Street Congregational Church and Samuel Hartwell Residence Southbridge Elm Street Congregational Church and Samuel Hartwell Residence Southbridge Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Southbridge (Mass.)--Buildings; Church buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Church architecture--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Architecture, domestic--Massachusetts--Southbridge; City halls--Massachusetts--Southbridge Tree lined Elm Street, Southbridge. Offers a view of the new Elm Street Congregational Church, the second one built, in 1885, located on the corner of Elm and Park streets. The first church was a wooden...

11. C.A. Dresser House and Ammidown Block Southbridge C.A. Dresser House and Ammidown Block Southbridge Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Hotels--Massachusetts--Southbridge Located on the corner of Main and Central streets, the C. A. Dresser House, 92 Main Street, has a magnificent presence. The brick structure with stone relief is similar to the adjacent Ammidown building...

12. 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...

13. Town Hall, Elm Street Congregational Church and Hartwell Residence Southbridge Town Hall, Elm Street Congregational Church and Hartwell Residence Southbridge Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--history; Southbridge (Mass.)--buildings; City halls--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Church buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Church architecture--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Architecture, domestic--Massachusetts--Southbridge Looking in a southwesterly direction on Elm Street, a view of the side of Town Hall with its tower, balcony, chimneys, and arches is given. The Town Hall is a Romanesque Revival style municipal building,...

14. 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...

15. 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,...

16. Masonic Building or Dresser House Southbridge Massachusetts with a view of Central Street Masonic Building or Dresser House Southbridge Massachusetts with a view of Central Street 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 Over the years, the Masonic building has been known as the C. A. Dresser House and the Maci building. Located at "92 Main Street",at the intersection of Central Street, a glimpse of the commercial district...

17. 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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