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1. The general office of the Woodbury-Carlton Company The general office of the Woodbury-Carlton Company Woodbury-Carlton, Co.; Woodbury & Company, Inc. Engraving; Clerks; Office workers; Employees at work in the offices of the Woodbury-Carlton Company, Worcester, Massachusetts in 1903. The Woodbury-Carlton Company was started by John Woodbury three years after graduating from the Worcester...

2. 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.

3. 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...

4. 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...
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