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1. Hill Dryer Company Hill Dryer Company Clothes dryers-Massachusetts-Worcester; Hill, Joseph P.-Portrait; Drying apparatus-Massachusetts-Worcester; Clotheslines-Massachusetts-Worcester; Laundry-Equipment and supplies-Massachusetts-Worcester; Hustler ash sifter-Houghton Patent Dryer. Picture of the manufacturer, Joseph P. Hill and 3 company products, Hill's champion lawn clothes dryer, Hill's balcony clothes dryer and Hill's hustler ash sifter.

2. Puritan Daughters Puritan Daughters Massachusetts--Colonial period--ca. 1600-1775; Worcester (Mass.)--History--Drama; Fourth of July celebrations--Massachusetts--Worcester; Safe and Sane; Puritans A woman and young girl costumed as "Puritan Daughters" for the Pageant "Children of America", a prominent feature of Worcester, Massachusetts "Safe and Sane" Fourth of July Celebration in 1913. Shortly...

3. Clara Barton Clara Barton Barton, Clara, 1821-1912--Correspondence; Howe, Julia Ward, 1819-1910; Magazine covers A photograph of Clara Barton and a portion of the text of a transcribed letter on the cover of the January, 1911 issue of the Worcester Magazine. The letter pertains to the death of Julia Ward Howe. The...

4. The Ransom of Mary Rowlandson The Ransom of Mary Rowlandson Rowlandson, Mary White, ca. 1635-1711; King Philip's War, 1675-1676; Massachusetts--Colonial period--1650-1675; Worcester (Mass.)--History--Drama; Fourth of July celebrations--Massachusetts--Worcester; Indians of North America--Massachusetts--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775; Native Americans; Safe and Sane The cover of the August, 1912 of the Worcester Magazine with a Scene from "The Ransom of Mary Rowlandson," an historical episode of the July 4th Celebration in Worcester, Massachusetts. Shortly after the...

5. Worcester Public Library, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1909 Worcester Public Library, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1909 Public libraries--Massachusetts--Worcester; Historical buildings--Massachusetts--Worcester; Reference services (Libraries)--Pictorial works; Library users--Pictorial works; Worcester Public Library Patrons engrossed in reading materials in the reference department at the Worcester Public Library in Worcester, Massachusetts. The Worcester Public Library was established in 1859 by Dr. John Green who...

6. Reeling wallpaper at the Allen-Higgins Company, Worcester, Massachusetts Reeling wallpaper at the Allen-Higgins Company, Worcester, Massachusetts Wallpaper industry--Massachusetts--Worcester; Allen-Higgins Co.; Woman employees--Pictorial works Woman workers roll wallpaper onto reels at the Allen-Higgins wallpaper factory in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1902. Notice how there are two women at each station; one women doubles the cut end of the...

7. Reproduction of a poster for Fashion Week in Worcester, Massachusetts, 1914 Reproduction of a poster for Fashion Week in Worcester, Massachusetts, 1914 Advertising--Posters; Dogs; Fashion Week; Community events; A reproduction of a poster made for the Fashion Week in Worcester Massachusetts by Kenneth B. Harrison. Fashion week was from September 22-26 1914. The purpose of the Fashion Week was to allow local merchants,...

8. Volunteer chorus of the Plymouth Church in Worcester, Massachusetts,1913 Volunteer chorus of the Plymouth Church in Worcester, Massachusetts,1913 Choirs--Massachusetts--Worcester; Church buildings--Massachusetts--Worcester; Congregationalists; Plymouth Church--Choirs; Organs (Musical instrument); Organ pipes Members of the volunteer chorus of Plymouth (Congregational) Church in Worcester Massachusetts seated in front of an organ. Plymouth Congregational Church was founded in 1869 and merged with Piedmont and...

9. Royal Worcester Corset Co. Officers and Employees Royal Worcester Corset Co. Officers and Employees Royal Worcester Corset Co.-Officers and employees; Corset industry-Massachusetts-Worcester; Foundation garment industry-Massachusetts-Worcester. Company employees and officers gathered in grassy area in front of Royal Worcester Corset factory building.

10. Arcade Malleable Iron Company Arcade Malleable Iron Company Iron industry and trade-Massachusetts-Worcester. Picture of the Arcade Malleable Iron Company building and history of the Company.

11. Worcester Umbrella Company advertisement Worcester Umbrella Company advertisement Advertising--Umbrellas; Women in advertising; An advertisement for the Worcester Umbrella Company published in the June, 1902 Worcester Magazine. The advertisement has a woman in a long, flowing dress carrying an umbrella. A heart with the company...

12. Worcester Pressed Steel Co. Worcester Pressed Steel Co. Worcester Pressed Steel Company; Steel industry and trade-Massachusetts-Worcester; Samuel Winslow Skate Manufacturing Company; Skate industry-Massachusetts-Worcester. Advertisement for the Worcester Pressed Steel Company showing the building and interior work area. Also, shows a suit of armor. Half of the page is a Winslow's skates advertisement.

13. Taylor and Farley Organ Factory Taylor and Farley Organ Factory Taylor & Farley Organ Company; Musical instrument makers-Massachusetts-Worcester; Organ (Musical instrument)-Massachusetts-Worcester; Reed organ builders-Massachusetts-Worcester; Worcester (Mass.)-Massachusetts-Worcester. Etching of the Taylor & Farley Organ factory, 17 Hermon St. Worcester, MA., 1882 with horse drawn wagon, 2 person carriage and pedestrians.

14. Worcester High School Class of 1879 Reunion, 1899 Worcester High School Class of 1879 Reunion, 1899 Class reunions; Fairbanks, Joseph Whitcomb; Worcester Classical and English High School; Worcester High School; Worcester (Mass.)--History--Pictorial works The class of 1879 of the Worcester Classical and English High School (Worcester High School) at the 1899 Class Reunion. Dr. Joseph Whitcomb Fairbanks, one-time principal (1841-1903), is seated in the center...

15. Winslow's Skates Winslow's Skates Skates--Advertising; Ice Skates; Roller skates--Advertising An advertisement for the Samuel Winslow Skate Manufacturing Co., 1911. The Winslow Skate company was located in Worcester, Massachusetts. The advertisement shows skaters from all the countries where people...

16. "Great fire" on School Street in 1838 (Worcester, Mass.) "Great fire" on School Street in 1838 (Worcester, Mass.) Worcester (Mass.)-Fires and fire prevention-Pictorial works; Worcester (Mass.)-History-1783-1865-Pictorial works; Worcester (Mass.)-Streets-School St.; Great Fire, Worcester, Mass, 1838; Fires-Massachusetts-Worcester-19th century. Image depicts fire fighters with "engine" of the period fighting the fire. Rolls of hoses on wheeled carriages, wet "blankets" being placed on adjacent structures, residents throwing valuables from windows...

17. Clean Milk Station, Worcester, Massachusetts ,1908 Clean Milk Station, Worcester, Massachusetts ,1908 Worcester (Mass.)--Social history; Clean Milk Station; Family services--Massachusetts--Worcester; social programs; Milk programs--Massachusetts--Worcester; Milk depots Uniformed woman stands in the doorway of the Clean Milk Station, most likely on Green Street in Worcester, Massachusetts that was started under the auspices of the Fresh Air Fund. The purpose of the Clean...

18. Union Laundry dining hall, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1909 Union Laundry dining hall, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1909 Worcester (Mass.)--Social history; Industrial relations--Massachusetts--Worcester--Pictorial Works; Union Laundry, Co.; Women employees--Pictorial works Employees gather in the Union Laundry Dining Hall for their mid-day meal in 1909. David A. Scott, the president of the Union Laundry Company in Worcester, Massachusetts, set up the dining room where for...

19. Crompton Loom Works Crompton Loom Works Textile machinery-Massachusetts-Worcester; Looms-Massachusetts-Worcester; Worcester (Mass.)-Streets-Green St. View of Crompton Loom Works, Green St.

20. American Narrow Fabric Company Workroom American Narrow Fabric Company Workroom Clothing workers-Massachusetts-Worcester; Clothing industry-Massachusetts-Worcester; Lombard Machine Company; Vars,George H.-Portrait.; Hosiery-Massachusetts-Worcester.; American Narrow Fabric Company. Portrait of George H. Vars and workroom of the American Narrow Fabric Company showing women workers.
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