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1. Last will and testament of James Deneson credited as the first settler in Southbridge Massachusetts Last will and testament of James Deneson credited as the first settler in Southbridge Massachusetts Deneson, James--Will; Deneson, James--Estate; Will--James Deneson--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--James Deneson; Deneson, Experience; Historic documents--Southbridge (Mass. Historic documents--Sturbridge (Mass.) The last will and testament of James Deneson (also known as James Dennison) and a schedule of his property. The original is a two-sided handwritten document, written on 10th of May, 1777. This document...

2. 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...

3. Men Golfing at Cohasse Golf Club Southbridge Massachusetts Men Golfing at Cohasse Golf Club Southbridge Massachusetts Golfers--United States--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Golf--Southbridge (Mass. Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works A group of four men are shown playing golf, with a child acting as caddy, looking on. All wear hats or caps. A stone wall bisects the image, where a hill is shown in the background. According to the Southbridge...

4. Southbridge Savings Bank and Southbridge National Bank Southbridge Savings Bank and Southbridge National Bank Southbridge National Bank (Southbridge, Mass. Southbridge National Bank (Southbridge, Mass.)--history; Southbridge (Mass.)--history; Savings banks--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge Constructed of brick with brownstone trimmings, located on Main Street, the Southbridge Savings and the Southbridge National Banks are adjacent to the YMCA building (razed January 3, 1975). The Southbridge...

5. Flat Iron building Chapin block Southbridge Flat Iron building Chapin block Southbridge 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 Chapin Block on the corner of Hamilton and Crane streets, Southbridge, acquired the name Flat Iron due to the shape of the building. Built by Franics Luther (F. L.)Chapin and Mr. Cheney as a commercial...

6. East corner of Flat Iron building Chapin block Southbridge East corner of Flat Iron building Chapin block Southbridge 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 custom--Pictoral work View of two stores at the east side of the Chapin Block on Hamilton Street, at the corner of Crane Street, Southbridge. The building acquired the name Flat Iron due to its shape. Built by Franics Luther...

7. Front View of Marcy Street Grammar School Southbridge Massachusetts Front View of Marcy Street Grammar School Southbridge Massachusetts Schools--Massachusetts--Southbridge; School buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Architecture--United States--19th century; Southbridge (Mass.)--Pictorial works Marcy Street Grammar School, located in the heart of the Centre Village. The front entrance of the Victorian brick facade is shown. The building has a Queen Anne style turret, flanked by symmetrical arched...

8. 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...

9. The Last Survivors of Grand Army of the Republic Post 168 with Rose Shepard in GAR Memorial Hall Town 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...

10. American Optical Case Plant, Lensdale, Southbridge, Massachusetts American Optical Case Plant, Lensdale, Southbridge, Massachusetts American Optical Company; American Optical Corporation; Southbridge (Mass.)--History; Optical industry--Massachusetts--Southbridge; Historic buildings--New England; Southbridge (Mass.)--Buildings; Southbridge; Architecture--United States--19th century A winter view of the industrial brick buildings of the American Optical Company's Case Plant, is presented. The trees lining the roadway between the railroad track and the plant are without leaves. The...

11. 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,...

12. Central Mills Company Southbridge Central Mills Company Southbridge 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 Central Manufacturing Co. was the original name used when the company started, in 1837-8, to manufacture sheetings, carpet warps, wrapping twine, towel warps and satinet warps. Many local businessmen have...

13. Hotel Columbia Southbridge Massachusetts with view of the alley Hotel Columbia Southbridge Massachusetts with view of the alley 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 With its name carved in stone as well as one a flat belt sign, the Hotel Columbia is well announced. A double-fronted premises, each window on street level has a signs for 'hotel'. There is a separate...

14. Woman in motion with children at Wellsworth Field Southbridge Massachusetts during the Centennial Celebrations Woman in motion with children at Wellsworth Field Southbridge Massachusetts during the Centennial Celebrations Southbridge (Mass.)--Centennial celebrations; Southbridge--Pictorial works; Social life and customs--Massachusetts--Southbridge Woman in graceful motion in the foreground, possibly participating in a ball game. During the three-day centennial celebrations in Southbridge, there were two ball games scheduled, one at 3.15 p.m., on...
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