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1. 'Williamsburg Friends,' c. 1890s 'Williamsburg Friends,' c. 1890s Williamsburg (Mass.); Haydenville (Mass.); Women--Massachusetts--Williamsburg; Group reading--Massachusetts--Williamsburg; Book clubs (Discussion groups)--Massachusetts--Williamsburg; Architecture, Domestic--Massachusetts--Williamsburg; Interior decoration--Massachusetts--Williamsburg; Women's clothing--19th century; Jennie (Colby) Brooks (1866-1931); Harriet (Garfield) Morton (1838-1915); Sarah L. Barnard (1845-1918); Carrie (Barnard) Thayer (1857-1926); Emily Ferry (1870-1907); Emily (Morton) Crosby (1870-1907); Mary L. (Bassett) Pierpont (1865-1926); Genevra Hill (1866-1951); Ellen N. Kingsley (1869-1963). 'Williamsburg Friends' ladies group from Williamsburg and Haydenville, Mass., c. 1890s. Ten women of various ages pose in a stately home for this snapshot of what appears to be a book group or reading...

2. Williamsburg's official town weights and measures cabinet and accessories Williamsburg's official town weights and measures cabinet and accessories Weights, Balance; Weights and measures--History; Weights and measures--Law and legislation--Massachusetts This is a large (66 inch W x 77 inch H x 24 inch D) elaborately faux-grained wooden cabinet housing a beautifully machined precision equal-arm balance, a graduated set of weights for use on it, several...

3. Water turbine on site of William Skinner's silk mill, Skinnerville, Williamsburg, Mass., after the 1874 Water turbine on site of William Skinner's silk mill, Skinnerville, Williamsburg, Mass., after the 1874 Mill River Disaster Disasters--United States; Disasters--Massachusetts--Skinnerville; Dam failures--Massachusetts; Water turbines; Skinner, William, 1824-1902 Stereographic view of William Skinner's water turbine in Skinnerville after the Mill River Disaster On the morning of May 16, 1874 the huge earthen dam holding back a 100-acre water power reservoir three...

4. Dr. Elijah Paine's ledger, 1785-1797 Dr. Elijah Paine's ledger, 1785-1797 Williamsburg (Mass.); Paine, Elijah, 1724-1814; Account books-Massachusetts-Williamsburg; Barter-Massachusetts-Williamsburg; Physicians-Massachusetts-Williamsburg. Ledger or account book kept by early Williamsburg, Mass. physician, tavern keeper and farmer Elijah Paine from 1785 through 1797. In an era when cash was very scarce, Paine accepted every kind of goods...

5. Home of W. A. Hawks and site of first Williamsburg, Mass. library Home of W. A. Hawks and site of first Williamsburg, Mass. library Williamsburg (Mass.); Hawks, William Avery, 1834-1892; Jones, Annie Juliet, 1851-1921; Hawks, Clara Bodman, 1888-1975; Meekins, Stephen, 1812-1894; Libraries--Massachusetts--Williamsburg; Dwellings--Massachusetts--Williamsburg This photographic post card shows the North Main Street, Williamsburg home of William Avery Hawks. Advocates for culture and refinement, Mr. Hawks and his second wife Annie Juliet (Jones) founded the Williamsburg...

6. Thaddeus Bartlett's house in Skinnerville, Williamsburg, Mass., after the 1874 Mill River Disaster Thaddeus Bartlett's house in Skinnerville, Williamsburg, Mass., after the 1874 Mill River Disaster Disasters--United States; Disasters--Massachusetts--Skinnerville; Dam failures--Massachusetts; Bartlett, Thaddeus, 1807-1884 Stereographic view of the heavily flood-damaged home of Thaddeus Bartlett in Skinnerville after the Mill River Disaster On the morning of May 16, 1874 the huge earthen dam holding back a 100-acre water...
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