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Accession Numbers in the Online Collection

The following is a list of all items in the Online Collection listed by accession number, and title. To view the item page for a specific item, click on one of the links below. To search for a specific accession number or group of accession numbers from the Advanced Search page, type the accession number, or partial accession number into the accession number entry field. Items with accession numbers matching the text you entered will be returned on the search results page.


1872.12.02 Knife
1872.13.01 Piano
1872.13.02 Spinet
1872.19 Soapstone bullet mold
1873.03.02 Shoe buckles
1873.17.01f Burke Tavern Overmantel Panel
1874.23.02 Wedding gown
1875.01.01 Long-handled frying pan
1875.14.01 Old Indian House Arm Chair
1875.17.01a-b Hand Cards
1875.19.01.01 Great chair
1875.19.04.01 Manure fork
1875.19.07.01 Bullet pouch
1876.04.01 High Chest of drawers
1876.11.03 Bellows
1876.14 "Aaron Denio" dinner pot
1876.39 Sarah Coleman's shoe
1877.19 "WA" Chest with Drawer
1877.29.01 Splitting Froe or Frower
1877.31.05 Tongs
1878.11.02 Split Birch Broom
1878.52.01 "E. Wells" Tavern sign
1879.07 Kitchen Settle
1879.37 Pipe box
1880.010.02 Pitcher with engine turned decoration
1880.015.01 Woman's Stays
1880.015.02 Child's stays
1880.022.11 Board Chest
1880.027.01 Remnant of Burgoyne's flag
1880.030.03.01 Micmac Bead bag
1880.031.08.01-.02 Candlesticks
1880.033.01 Flax break
1880.036.02 Cradle
1880.036.04 Side Chair
1880.036.46 Serving Dish
1880.037.06 Bannister Back Side Chair
1880.047.01 Side chair with leather upholstery
1880.052.04 Man's vest
1880.054.04.01 Glass bottle
1880.083.01 "A. Stratton" Tavern sign
1880.112.01 Wedding shoes
1881.005.03 Flax Hatchel/Hackle
1881.027.03.01 Draw Knife
1881.027.09 Buttons and Button Mold
1881.028.01 Lace Making Pillow
1881.028.02.01-.26 Bobbins
1881.028.03 Bobbin Lace
1881.045.02 Flintlock Musket
1881.086.01 Tea kettle
1881.087.01 Cheese press
1881.097.02 Bevel Square
1882.002 Band Box
1882.013 Calipers/Sliding Scale
1882.035.01 Blue-checked apron
1882.073.01 Hand Stamp
1882.75.02 Covered Basket with handle
1882.81 Brown Bess flintlock musket
1883.27 Astronomical apparatus
1883.30.03 Flintlock Musket
1883.31.12 Tape loom
1883.54.01 "Lily" Chest with Drawers
1884.13 Sword
1885.01.02 Cartridge box
1885.05.01 Bread Peel
1885.21.02 Toasting iron
1885.40.07 Bangwell Putt rag doll
1885.41.02 Pitcher
1886.15.01 Revolutionary flag remnant
1886.17.01 Pitch pipe
1886.20 High Chest of Drawers
1886.28 Bass Viol
1886.31.02.01 Carriage Lamp
1886.32.04 Drug Jar
1886.37.02 Pod Auger
1886.43.24 Glass Dish
1886.43.25 Glass preserve jar
1886.48.05.01 Candle Mold
1887.14 Perfume Box
1887.15.18 "RA" Carved Chest
1888.33.01 Burl bowl
1888.38.04 Shelburne Falls, Mass Birds-Eye View
1888.38.05 Lamson, Goodnow and Company, Birds-Eye View
1889.04 Reverend Stephen Williams (1693-1782)
1889.09 Iron Trap
1889.20.01 Fruit Dish
1889.20.03 Teapot
1889.30.05 Platter
1889.30.07.01-.02 Fans
1889.30.09 Rhoda Smith Bardwell (1775-1818)
1889.30.41a Spectacles
1889.30.57 Brass Skimmer
1889.43.01 "Ruins of the French Fort at Chambly built 1711"
1890.09 Baby Carriage
1890.17 Copper ladle
1890.19.01 Hand Stamp
1890.19.03 Hand Stamp
1891.16.01 Fireboard
1891.25.03 Cradle with painted decoration
1892.18.03 "SW" Joined Chest
1892.18.04 Chest of Drawers
1892.19 Keyed Bugle
1893.05.17 Mortar and Pestle
1893.07.20.01 Ceramic Figures
1893.07.21 Embroidery of Mount Vernon
1893.07.22 Caroline Stebbins Sheldon (1789-1865) Sampler
1894.14.03 Campaign Banner for William Henry Harrison
1895.20 Spinning Jenny
1895.27 Wooden Tankard
1897.02 Tea and Coffee Service
1897.02.02 Covered sugar bowl
1897.13 Christening Blanket
1898.08 Greenfield Postmasters
1898.09 "Old Indian House"
1899.06.01 Ephraim Williams (1760-1835)
1899.06.02 "The Shepherdess of the Alps" embroidery
1900.06.35 James Childs Hitchcock (1841-1864)
1900.06.40 Silhouette of Deacon Justin Hitchcock (1752-1822)
1900.07.01 Bit Stock
1900.07.02.01-.02 Bullets
1900.10.01-.02 Surveying Instrument
1900.16.02 Souvenir Snowshoes
1901.05 Raw Silk
1901.11.001.05 Footed Baptismal Basin
1901.11.009 Two-handled cup
1901.11.037 Two-handled cup
1901.11.055 Oil lamps
1901.11.058 Lidded tankard
1901.11.072 Porringer
1901.11.075 Porringer
1901.11.080 Pint mug
1902.03.01 Rowland Stebbins (1794-1848)
1902.03.02 Polly Stebbins (1792-1869)
1903.04.02 Neck Yoke
1903.09.01 Broom Tying Machine
1903.09.02 Broom Pounder
1903.10.01 Elijah Arms (1712-1802)
1903.10.02 Naomi Lyman Arms (1739-1818)
1904.14.03 Spectacles
1904.15.01 Plane
1904.15.02 Gauge
1904.15.03 Adjustable Plow
1905.03 Peony Quilt
1905.10.01 Colonel Elihu Hoyt (1771-1833)
1905.10.02 Wedding Ring of Mrs. Hannah (Taylor) Hoyt
1905.16.01 Tea Canister
1905.18.06 Ruth Strong Russell (1804-1869) Sampler
1906.12 Bed Warmer
1906.22 Cloth Doll
1906.38.61 "Blacksmith's Shop"
1907.08.02 Cradle
1907.17.01 "A Bedfordshire Lace Maker"
1908.02 Washington Memorial
1910.16 Powder Horn
1912.13 High wheel bicycle
1912.14 Iron Axe
1914.07.27 Niddy-Noddy
1914.07.28 Flax Wheel
1914.16.05 Sap Bucket
1915.18.04 Embroidered pocket
1915.18.05 Calico Pocket
1916.14.24 Miniature Chest of Drawers
1916.18 Fan
1916.30 Sycamore Barrel
1917.01 Cane
1917.02.02 Plate "Massachusetts State House"
1917.07 Candlewick Spread
1917.08.01 Infantry Officers' sword, 1821-1832
1918.02.04 Shirred Rug depicting the Sheldon House
1918.15.01 Silhouette of Caroline Stebbins Sheldon (1789-1865)
1919.05.19 Pot Hook
1921.10.01 Man's Shirt
1923.07.02 Foot Stove
1923.10.02 Map "The world agreeable to the latest discoveries"
1923.20 Corn Husk Doll
1925.11.06.01 Broad Ax
1925.11.06.02 Adze
1926.05.01 Officers of the 44th Massachusetts Regiment Volunteers
1926.10.01 Doll "Joel Ellis"
1926.11.02 Fire Engine
1926.11.05 Butter Churn
1926.13.01 Flintlock Fowler
1927.12.08 Plate and cup
1927.25.04 Medicine cup
1927.28 Tricorn Hat
1930.02.02 Bridesburg Percussion Musket
1931.02.01 John Sheldon (1658-1733) House
1932.06.01 Admiral Francis John Higginson (1843-1931) presentation sword
1932.06.03 Admiral Francis John Higginson (1843-1931) Dress hat
1932.06.06.a-.b Admiral Francis John Higginson (1843-1931) Epaulettes with case
1932.13a-b Girl's boots
1934.13.01 William Montague (1760-1839)
1934.13.02 Persis Russell Montague (1765-1851)
1935.04.01 Writing Armchair
1937.06.01 Springfield percussion musket
1938.03.01.01 Tile: "Landing of the Pilgrims 1620"
1938.08 Wedding Dress
1940.05.01 Organdy Dress
1941.03.01 Framed Hair Wreath and Photograph
1941.04.02 Hair Wreath
1950.01 Bayonet
1952.03a-b Infant's Mitts
1953.03.03 Embroidered Dress
1953.04 Mary Hawks (1799-1876) Sampler
1953.15.01.01 Auger Bit
1954.05 Carved wooden hand
1954.07.01 Hand Hewn Pulley
1954.11.05 Black Lace Dress
1954.12.01 Amethyst Vase
1954.14.03 Cathcart Family Register
1954.14.04 Wedding Gown
1954.18 Plate
1954.19.01 Uniform Coat
1954.19.03 Uniform Hat
1954.19.09 Dress Sword
1954.19.10a-b Uniform Gloves
1956.10.01 Door Curtain
1957.01.01 Doll "Lilla"
1957.01.02 Lilla and Mary Ella Childs (1854-1942)
1957.02 Boy's Suit
1957.07 "Indian Village, Caughnawaga"
1957.11.01 Elizabeth Brooks Fuller (1896-1979)
1958.02 View of Cheapside
1958.07 Plaid suit
1958.08.a-.b Esther (Harding) Dickinson (1790-1875)
1958.09.01 Dress
1958.11 Sewing Machine
1958.14a WWI Uniform of Lt. Henry N. Flynt
1958.14b Lt. Henry N. Flynt
1958.14c WWI Dog Tags of Lt. Henry N. Flynt
1958.14d WWI Helmet of Lt. Henry N. Flynt
1958.15.01 Thomas Williams Ashley (1894-1918)
1959.07.08 Admiral Francis John Higginson (1843-1931)
1959.09.03 Jane Marshall Wood (1833-1841)
1960.17 Baby tender
1961.07 "A Puritan Maiden"
1963.09.03 Reed Basket with cover
1964.07.01 Carpet Bag
1964.11.04.01 Plane
1964.11.05 Level
1964.12 "Be Ye Warmed" Quilt
1964.15.05 "Greenfield 200th Anniversary" plate
1964.16 Twin Potty Chair
1965.02.02 Maple Syrup Container
1965.02.04.01-.14 Maple Sugar Molds
1965.03.01.01 Coat of Major Samuel Willard Saxton (1829-1933)
1966.02.02 Covered Jar
1967.06.02 Inkwell
1967.07.01 Clothes Wringer
1967.07.02 Wagon Jack
1967.16 Winter Headquarters of the 2nd Brigade 3rd Division 2nd Corps, Stony Mountain, Virginia
1969.04.02 Wooden inkwell
1969.05.01a-h WWI Toy Ambulance with Figures
1969.05.02a-b WWI Toy Mounted Soldier and Horse
1970.18.01 Christening Dress
1970.18.02 Baby in Christening Robe
1971.01.02 Flintlock long fowler
1971.01.03 Fire Bucket
1971.14.02 Doll "Diana"
1975.02 Mosaic or Honeycomb Quilt
1975.07 Kelley's blacksmith sign
1975.11b Sugar Bowl with Lid
1975.12.01-.04 WWII Ration books and case
1976.01c Raffia Basket
1976.01d Raffia Basket
1976.01f Raffia Basket
1976.02 "Witch" basket
1977.04a Side Chair
1977.11.01 "Red Electric" Washing and Wringing Machine
1977.11.02 "Red Electric" Washing and Wringing Machine pamphlet
1977.13 Child's high chair
1977.14 George Sheldon (1818-1916)
1977.19 "The Greek Slave" Statuette
1977.26 Whale-oil Lamp
1977.40 Roundabout Chair
1977.44 Patent Model of Plow
1978.01.01 Greenfield Public Library Mutule Block
1978.01.02 Greenfield Public Library Cornice fragment
1978.06 Onion Shovel
1978.37 Shoes with buckles
1978.41a Union Playing Card
1978.42 Pencil Pointer
1978.44.13 Dress
1979.13 Basket
1980.09.09 Marbles
1981.03b Sign-"Who would Turn Back 2 Hundred Yeare, Let him A light & Enter Here"
1981.10 Electric iron
1982.09.01 Doll "Chloe"
1982.13.33a Ceremonial Moccasins
1982.19 Sign-"A. Boyden's Hotel"
1983.01 Butter Knife
1983.03a.14 Carving Fork
1983.03a.17 Knife Sharpener
1983.03b Cake Knife
1983.03c Knife
1983.03k.10 Nut Pick
1983.03m Cutlery Box
1983.08 Blueberry basket
1983.12 "Children at Play" Quilt
1983.503a Nathaniel Lamson (1805-1866)
1983.503b Melinda Prouty Lamson (1801-1874) and son, Nathaniel Lamson (1841-1907)
1983.504b Epaphras Hoyt (1765-1850)
1984.14 Nathan Loomis' Copy Book
1985.0001a-b Slippers
1985.0002 Hoyt family register
1985.0011.01 Flail
1985.0012.16a Fruit Knife
1985.0014a Kate Melvina Newton Wiley (1851-1911)
1985.0015 Broom-corn broom
1985.0024.007 Milk Bottle
1985.0024.013 Milk Bottle
1985.0024.016 Milk Bottle
1985.0024.018b Bottle
1985.0024.018d "Guilford Mineral Spring Water, Guilford, Vermont" bottle
1985.0024.020 Bottle
1985.0024.052 Mason Jar
1985.0024.053 Mason Jar
1985.0024.055 Glass Pistol
1985.0024.070 Glass Bottle
1985.0024.079 Steak Knife
1985.0024.096 Plane
1985.0024.106 Crazy Quilt with Netted Border
1985.0024.110 Children's boots
1985.0025 "Graduated Medicine Spoon No. 40"
1985.0116 Bifacial blade with modern haft
1985.0125 Perforator with modern haft
1985.0186 Axe with modern haft
1985.0219 Plummet
1985.0224 Atlatl or spear throwing weight
1985.0229 Stone gouge with modern haft
1985.0398 Projectile point
1985.0409 Steatite Vessel
1985.0635 Basalt hoe or adzes
1985.0673 Pendants
1985.0681 Notched Abrading Stone (Sinew Stone)
1985.0691 Mortar
1985.0700 Ceramic Pipe
1985.0703 Turtle effigy pipe fragment
1985.0716 Red slate gorget
1985.0835a Uncut glass tubular bead
1985.0883 Pitted stone
1985.0985 Birch bark bowl
1985.0987 Covered birch bark container
1985.1035 Steatite Vessel
1986.02 Ketchup Bottle
1986.04 Hattie Fuller Abercrombie (1860-1955)
1986.05.01 Straw Hat
1986.05.04 "Charles Deuel Druggist Amherst Mass" bottle
1986.08.01 "Examination of Witnesses in a Trial for Witchcraft"
1986.12a Arms Manufacturing Company
1986.12b Pocketbook
1986.14 Egg crate
1986.18d Water Pipe
1986.19 Stoneware Jug
1986.25.01 Wallet
1986.28.01 Card Table
1987.01 "The Covered Bridge at the Pumping Station, Greenfield"
1987.02.05 Connecticut Valley
1987.07 Russell Cutlery Company Birds-Eye View
1987.20.02d Table Knife
1987.20.04 Table Knife
1987.20.05 Fork
1987.30.03 Clothes Wringer
1987.30.04 The Planet Dust Beater
1988.02 The Rose
1988.04 "Old Folks Concert" poster
1988.12 "Old Indian House"
1988.20.02 Dress
1988.23.01 Estey Organ
1988.26 Knife
1989.006.01 "Greenfield High School for Young Ladies"
1989.018.01 Work shoe
1989.521 Teapot - "Lafayette at the Tomb of Franklin"
1989.556 Tin-Glazed Earthenware Plate
1989.584 Teapot
1990.001 Reticule
1990.005.01 Camphene Lamp
1990.005.02 Whale Oil Lamp
1990.005.11 Cruet Set
1990.005.20 Wine Glasses
1990.008.03a Toy Kitchen Range
1990.009.01 Sign-"Olde Deerfield Doll House"
1990.016 Phelps mourning embroidery
1990.023 Tobacco Hatchet
1990.518 Lusterware Teapot
1990.527 Vase
1990.531 Pottery Vase
1990.607 Willow Basket
1990.621 Reed Basket
1991.03 "F. E. Field" store sign
1991.06a-b Horseradish Bottle and Box
1991.15 Beaded Horseshoe Souvenir
1991.17 George Fuller's easel
1991.21.02 Rising Star Quilt
1991.28.03 "Main Street from Arm's Store"
1991.31 Abenaki Knitting basket
1992.01.01 "Mack the Giant Ox" Banner
1992.01.02.01 Jerry "The Avery Steer" Banner at the Fair
1992.01.02.28 Jerry with Rocking Chair
1992.02 Pair of stone heads
1992.03 Wallhanging-Rose Tree
1992.08.08 Knife
1992.11 Deerfield Potatoes Bag
1992.15.01 Beadwork barret
1992.15.05 Birchbark mukak
1993.10.01 Beaded crown
1993.10.02 Beaver comb
1993.10.03 Bear comb
1993.11 Sign-"Franklin Savings Institution"
1993.16.02 Shelburne Falls, Mass.
1993.16.05 Shelburne Falls
1993.16.06 Hoosac Tunnel
1993.18.01 "The King's Palace"
1993.18.03 Enchanted Forest
1993.21.09 Nathan Negus (1801-1825)
1994.04.02 Boy's Dress
1994.15.01 Mortar
1994.17 Birch bark waste paper basket
1994.20.03.24 "Negroes waiting at the depot"
1994.20.03.33 "Ellis, Field hand"
1994.20.03.35 Woman washing
1994.20.03.48 "Our page, Harry"
1994.20.03.54 African-American woman sewing
1994.20.03.55 "Negro Funeral"
1994.20.18 "Looking West At Mount Sugarloaf"
1995.10.10.141 Arthur Fuller and Agnes Higginson Fuller
1995.10.10.142 Admiral Francis John Higginson (1843-1931)
1995.10.10.192 Lucia Fairchild Fuller (1870-1924)
1995.11.091 "Picking Potatoes, George and me"
1995.11.119 "Bouquet"
1995.11.135 Onion Pickers
1995.11.354 Planting Potatoes
1995.11.355 Burning
1995.11.370 Plowing
1995.11.416 "Raising George's Tobacco Barn"
1995.11.494 "The Mill"
1995.11.495 Red Rock
1995.11.497 "Haying in Fuller Swamp"
1995.11.498rect "The Bars- Back of our Barn"
1995.11.642 "Cornfield in Winter"
1995.11.695 Old House in Essex, MA
1995.11.758 Elizabeth Brooks Fuller (1896-1979) painting
1995.13.03 Deposition from the Cross
1995.14.02 "Negro Nurse with a Child"
1995.14.03 "Study by Candlelight"
1995.14.05 "Women of Plymouth"
1996.06 Abenaki Basket
1996.08 Farm House
1996.12.0029 Charles B. Arms
1996.12.0044 Arms Manufacturing Company workers
1996.12.0046 Arms Manufacturing Company
1996.12.0050 Football players
1996.12.0064 C. Alice Baker (1833-1909)
1996.12.0083 C. Alice Baker (1833-1909)
1996.12.0223 James Wells Champney (1843-1903)
1996.12.0326 Woodland outing
1996.12.0337 Samuel Willard Saxton (1829-1933)
1996.12.0364 Mary, Mabel and Frank Colcord
1996.12.0366 Emma Lewis Coleman (1853-1942)
1996.12.0368.01-.04 Trolley Car
1996.12.0402 Deerfield Academy, Class of 1904
1996.12.0430 Depot
1996.12.0441 Deerfield Grammar School Class
1996.12.0442 Deerfield Grammar School Class
1996.12.0443.01 Deerfield Panorama
1996.12.0461.02 Audience perspective of Deerfield's historical pageant
1996.12.0472.01-.02 Deerfield Post Office
1996.12.0475 Deerfield Post Office
1996.12.0493 Tobacco Wagon on Street
1996.12.0528 Fuller House, "The Bars"
1996.12.0815 George Fuller (1822-1884)
1996.12.0817 Ice Sledding
1996.12.0904.237.a-.b Gravestone of John Williams Jr.
1996.12.0904.237.a-.bex Gravestone of John Williams Jr.
1996.12.0924 Memorial - 52nd Massachusetts Volunteers
1996.12.1084 Hoosac Tunnel
1996.12.1096 Lillian Saxton Hutchins (Mrs. Frank Hutchins)
1996.12.1110 Springfield bicycle club displaying their trophies
1996.12.1151 Edward Hitchcock (1793-1864)
1996.12.1198 Women in Surrey
1996.12.1301 George Fuller (1822-1884)
1996.12.1302 George Fuller (1822-1884) Studio
1996.12.1304 Well Sweep
1996.12.2041.01-.03 Cornelius Kelley (1873-1954)
1996.12.2095.01 Nichols family's first automobile
1996.12.2124.02 Oakman Motor Vehicle Company Advertisement
1996.12.2179 Horse and Surrey
1996.12.2195 Pocumtuck Hotel
1996.12.2203 "Baking"
1996.12.2270 Janet Russell (1886-1981) with her cat, Sir Thomas Gray
1996.12.2272 Janet Russell (1886-1981) and William Russell
1996.12.2290 Kate Russell (Mrs. William Russell)
1996.12.2292 Rufus Saxton (1824-1908)
1996.12.2334 Jennie Marie Arms Sheldon (1852-1938)
1996.12.2372 St. Stanislaus
1996.12.2511 Train Wreck along the Deerfield River
1996.12.2520 Electric trolley
1996.12.2526 Essex Touring Car
1996.12.2527 Tractor
1996.12.2532 One Room School in Wapping
1996.12.2570 Tilton Library
1996.12.2571.02 Reverend Samuel Willard (1776-1859)
1996.12.2589 World War I Encampment
1996.12.2590 Soldiers moving down Federal Street
1996.12.2616 Camp Meeting Residence
1996.12.2618 Gospel Meeting Tent
1996.12.2622 Camp Meeting Residence
1996.12.2632 Farming with Oxen
1996.12.2656.01-.02 Deerfield Inn and Trolley
1996.12.2670.83 Orra White Hitchcock (1796-1863)
1996.12.2670.84 Edward Hitchcock (1793-1864)
1996.12.2676 Jeanne D' Arc Performance
1996.12.2744.16 George Sheldon (1818-1916)
1996.12.2756 Hitchcock Family Phonograph
1996.12.2762 Meeting Hall
1996.12.2763 Lake Pleasant Founders
1996.12.2783 Nursing Class of Julia Diadema Sophronia Snow (1891-1984)
1996.12.2850 Wedding Group
1996.12.2851 Bride
1996.12.2858 Woman with Stereoptican Viewer
1996.12.2859 Red Cross Volunteers
1996.12.2968 Lake Pleasant Cottage
1996.12.3100 Indians Glimpse a Vision of the Future
1996.12.3105 Tea Room
1996.12.3175 River Street in Conway
1996.12.3176 Town Hall in Conway
1996.12.3177 Dam and Covered Bridge in Conway
1996.12.3178 Railroad Trestle Bridge
1996.12.3212 Fort Massachusetts, North Adams, Mass.
1996.12.3250 Town Hall and School
1996.12.3272 Civil War Monument
1996.12.3282 "Views of the flood in Mill River Valley
1996.12.3311 Unidentified Girl
1996.12.3314 Railroad Station
1996.12.3315 Town Hall
1996.12.3318 Ashley-Williams House and Wagons/ A. Boyden Hotel
1996.12.3320 Thaxter Scott House
1996.12.3324 William Russell House
1996.12.3325 Pulsifer House
1996.12.3339 Mill River School Group
1996.12.3340 Steam Roller
1996.12.3341 Wysocki Onion Storage
1996.12.3343 Tobacco Farmers
1996.12.3345 Horses and Farmers
1996.12.3346 Coal Wagon
1996.12.3347 Coal Wagon
1996.12.3354 Hospital Operating Room
1996.12.3357.01 Conway Road House
1996.12.3357.03 Conway Road House
1996.12.3359.09 Hillside Road House
1996.12.3364.05 River Road House
1996.12.3364.06 River Road House
1996.12.3365.09 South Deerfield House
1996.12.3368.13 House in South Deerfield, Mass
1996.12.3410.037 Dr. Rolfe S. Russell (1907-1935)
1996.12.3410.250 Dr. Mary P. Dole
1996.12.3410.251 Dr. Clara M. Greenough
1996.12.3410.252 Dr. Julian Nieckowski (1915-1985)
1996.12.3410.253 Dr. Frank S. Newell in Horse drawn Buggy
1996.12.3410.254 Dr. William G. Watt
1996.12.3633 Staged Capture
1996.12.3634 Armed Railroad Car
1996.12.3635 Turret
1996.12.3636 Supply Deposit
1996.12.3644 German Prisoners
1996.12.3647 Hospital in Vladivostok
1996.12.3654 Hospital Ward
1996.12.3681 Convalescent Soldiers
1996.12.3685 Convalescent Soldiers and Nurse
1996.14.0060.01-.02 "Child with Pussies" or "Polly and the PussyWillows"
1996.14.0065.01-.03 "Barbara Reading" or "Stolen Fruit"
1996.14.0157.01-.03 "Plowing Sward"
1996.14.0161.01-.03 "Sugarloaf from Meadows"/ "Millriver Plains"
1996.14.0190.01-.05 "Snow Storm"
1996.14.0211 "Girl with Dulcimer"
1996.14.0244 "Pilgrim's Progress"
1996.14.0250.01-.03 "Last Furrow"
1996.14.0252.01-.10 "Noon Rest"
1996.14.0255.01-.02 Frances Stebbins Allen (1854-1941)
1996.14.0271.01-.02 "The Snow Storm"
1996.14.0278.01-.03 "Spinet"
1996.14.0286.01-.03 "Confidences"
1996.14.0295.01-.02 "The Letter of the Law"
1996.14.0299 "Making Baskets"
1996.14.0303 Edward Hitchcock (1828-1911)
1996.14.0308.01-.03 "Sharpening the Scythe"
1996.14.0322.01 "Potter's Assistant"
1996.14.0326.01-.02 "Hanging Stockings"
1996.14.0328.01-.02 "Learning to Sew"
1996.14.0391.01-.05 "Maple Grove"
1996.14.0402.01-.06 "Red Winter Sunset"
1996.14.0458.01-.03 "Little Puritan"
1996.14.0466.01-.02 "Village Room"
1996.14.0547.01-.02 Memorial Hall Bedroom
1996.14.0550.01-.05 Memorial Hall Kitchen
1996.14.0558.01-.02 "Williams Cupboard and Ceramics"
1996.14.0566.01-.03 Spinning Equipment
1996.14.0579 "Anachronism"
1996.14.0580.01-.06 "Andrews Family"
1996.14.0588.01-.09 "Leaving for Bloody Brook"
1996.14.0596 "Taking Tea"
1996.14.0632 Minstrel
1996.14.0633.01-.02 "Elizabethan Group"
1996.14.0634 Court Dancers
1996.14.0639.01-.06 "Spirit of the Wheat"
1996.14.0640 "Spirit of the Woods"
1996.14.0658 Interior of the First Church of Deerfield
1996.14.0712 "Thanksgiving Pies"
1996.14.0727.01-.04 "Fort River"
1996.14.0805.01-.02 Mary P. Wells Smith (1840-1930) and Grandsons
1996.14.0920.01-.02 "Yosemite Falls"
1996.14.0942.01-.07 "Ambleside-After Storm"/"After Rain, Ambleside"/"Clearing off (Ambleside)"/"Clearing, Lake Country, England"
1996.14.0948.01-.08 "Melrose Abbey (Detail)"
1996.14.0967 "Haying"
1996.14.1009 "The Pumpkin Hood"
1996.14.1029.01-.02 "Palm Leaf Basket Maker"
1996.14.1056 Costumed group
1996.14.1066 "Colonial and Revolutionary Room"
1996.14.1069 "Peacock Minuet"
1996.14.1072 Madeline Yale Wynne Metalwork
1996.14.1085 Wooden Canteen- Memorial Hall
1996.14.1089 "Hadley-Style" Oak Chest
1996.14.1095 Deerfield Society of Blue and White Needlework
1996.14.1100.01-.03 Deerfield Society of Blue and White Needlework Display
1996.14.1108 "Firing the Cannon"
1996.14.1116 Mary Electa Allen (1858-1941)
1996.14.1178 Violinist and Pianist
1996.14.1184 Helen Hawks Childs and Samuel Childs (1843-1906)
1996.14.1191 Lucy Henry (1843-1927) (Mrs. David Henry) Netting
1996.14.1234 Madeline Yale Wynne (1847-1918)
1996.14.1269.01-.02 "A Day Off"
1996.14.1288 Mrs. Benjamin Stebbins' Son Climbing a Tree
1996.14.1289 Eleanor Brown Stebbins (1875-1955) (Mrs. Benjamin Stebbins) Washing a Child's Hand
1996.14.1297 Please Pose for the Camera!
1996.14.1322.01-.02 "Onion Harvest"
1996.14.1324 "Making a Dam"
1996.14.1332 Boys with Willow Whistles
1996.14.1350 Mail Rider
1996.14.1375.01-.05 Pocumtuck standing on the Great Rock
1996.14.1381.01-.07 Minister Leading Puritans
1996.14.1382.01-.07 Coach Unloading Costumed Passengers
1996.14.1383.01-.06 Shakespeare and the Spirit of Vision
1996.14.1384.01-.04 Court Dancers
1996.14.1395.01-.04 Native Americans praying
1996.14.1407.01-.04 Line of Ox Carts
1996.14.1418.01-.07 Hostilities
1996.14.1419.01-.04 Puritans Led Off in Captivity
1996.14.1426.01-.06 "Spirit of Religion Leading the Puritans"
1996.14.1430.04 Native Carrying Captive, Eunice Williams
1996.14.1487 Florida Everglades
1996.14.1491 Florida Wagon Train
1996.14.1587 Memorial Hall Bedroom
1996.14.1613.01-.03 Three Panel Screen Embroidered with Trees
1996.14.1628.01-.02 Margaret Christine Whiting (1860-1946)
1996.14.1655 Three Lavaliers on Chains
1996.14.1697 Raffia and Other Baskets
1996.14.1710 Pocumtuck Basket Makers
1996.14.1722 Village Room
1996.14.1729 First Church of Deerfield Interior
1996.14.1797 Peabody Room
1996.14.1822 Sleighing in a One-Horse Cutter
1996.14.1872 "Bloody Brook Monument"
1996.14.1877 John Stebbins (1647-1724) Marker
1996.14.1891 Croquet on Roots' Lawn
1996.14.1893 William Stebbins (1817-1897)
1996.14.1919 Edward Hitchcock (1828-1911)
1996.14.1922 Game of Checkers
1996.14.1928 Boy in a Skeleton Suit
1996.14.1937 Barbara Allen (1902-1931) dressed as a Puritan
1996.14.1954 Learning to Skate
1996.14.2016 Two Children Blowing Soap Bubbles
1996.14.2033 Sophie Dahowski and Infant
1996.14.2043 Little Girl and Doll at a "Tea Party"
1996.14.2044 Five Children and a Buggy
1996.14.2058 Two children feeding hens
1996.14.2062 Elsa Eager Ball (1893-1927) (Mrs. Arthur Ball) in Calash
1996.14.2063 Eleanor "Nellie" M. Arms (1864-1937)
1996.14.2065 Couple in 18th Century Costume
1996.14.2108 Young Woman with Guitar
1996.14.2141 Fuller Family
1996.14.2163 "Memorial Hall" Album
1996.14.2163.15 Old Indian House Door on Exhibit
1996.14.2169.01-.02 "Cronies"
1996.14.2171.01-.05 War Dance
1996.14.2224 Ellen Miller (1854-1929)
1996.14.2304.01-.02 "Betty at the Churn"
1996.18.501 "The Wood Road"
1996.22.01 Basket
1996.23.31 Hilltop Farm
1996.23.34 Reaping Grain
1996.24.01 Wall Hanging-Apple Tree
1996.27 Fern stand
1996.28.500 "Returning to the Manse as a Ghost"
1996.29 John Putnam (c.1817-1895)
1996.33.01 Chrysanthemum bowl
1996.33.02 Daffodil bowl
1996.33.04 Belt buckle
1996.33.05 Watch fob with crystal drop
1996.37.01.022 Weighing Ice with Steelyard
1996.37.01.058 Large Village Center School
1996.37.01.062 Edward Swan's Pickle Works on the Elm Street
1996.37.01.066 Log Drive Cook Shack on Connecticut River
1996.37.01.067 Log crew working above Sunderland Bridge
1996.37.01.068 Log Driving on the Connecticut River
1996.37.01.070 Grammar School Class
1996.37.01.089 Ice delivery
1996.37.01.097 "Post Office Old Deerfield, Mass."
1996.37.01.100 Deerfield Academy/ Dickinson High School
1996.37.01.105 Village Room and Post Office
1996.37.01.106 U. S. Post Office
1996.37.01.109 The Old Oliver Tractor
1996.37.01.112 Three Bridges over the Green River
1996.37.01.118 Three Bridges over the Deerfield River
1996.37.01.120 Railroad Arch Bridge, Deerfield
1996.37.01.121 Looking Up Sugarloaf Street
1996.37.01.122 Sugarloaf Street with Trolley
1996.37.01.126 John Richards, Blacksmith
1996.37.01.131 Fisher's Garage
1996.37.01.132 Fisher's Garage Mechanics
1996.37.01.133 Fisher's Garage under Construction
1996.37.01.134 Fisher's Garage Interior
1996.37.01.164 South Deerfield Grammar School
1996.37.01.166 Girls Basketball team, Deerfield Academy
1996.37.01.185 Second Grade Class
1996.37.02.010 Cutting Ice
1996.37.02.011.d Scoring Ice with Ice Cutter
1996.37.02.012.b Extracting Ice
1996.37.02.012.c Navigating Cut Ice
1996.37.02.012.d Lifting Ice from the Water
1996.37.02.013.d Ice Harvesting
1996.37.02.039.d Pickling Plant
1997.01.14 Cars at Open House
1997.01.16 Frary House at Open House
1997.08.01.0001 Hoosac Tunnel, Looking out from West Portal, Mass
1997.08.01.0002 Hoosac Tunnel North Adams, Mass.
1997.08.01.0003 North Adams, Mass, Eastern Portal, Hoosac Tunnel
1997.08.01.0004 Over the Hoosac Tunnel, Mohawk Trail, Mass.
1997.08.01.0005 Hoosac Tunnel, Approach to East Portal, Mass
1997.08.01.0006 Geo. N. Kidder and Company, Main Floor
1997.08.01.0007 F. W. Harness "Jeweler"
1997.08.01.0008 E. C. Brown Store
1997.08.01.0009 150 Anniversary, Bernardston, Mass.-horse and buggy
1997.08.01.0010 C. V. Station
1997.08.01.0011 150 Anniversary, Bernardston, Mass.-Parade Float
1997.08.01.0012 150 Anniversary, Bernardston, Mass.-Parade
1997.08.01.0013 Campus During Conference, East Northfield, MA
1997.08.01.0014 Camp Northfield, East Northfield, Mass
1997.08.01.0015 Seminary Farm, East Northfield, Mass
1997.08.01.0016 Old State House and Midway, Eastern States Expo.
1997.08.01.0017 Race Track and Grandstand, Eastern States Expo.
1997.08.01.0018 Some Apples and Potatoes - Eastern States Expo.
1997.08.01.0019 Coliseum Building, Eastern States Exposition
1997.08.01.0020 Sunderland Bridge and Sugar Loaf Mountain
1997.08.01.0021 Tobacco Plantation in the Connecticut Valley
1997.08.01.0022 View from "Sugarloaf"
1997.08.01.0023 Connecticut River and Sunderland Bridge from Mt.Sugarloaf
1997.08.01.0024 Mt. Sugarloaf and Trolley
1997.08.01.0025 South Deerfield, fountain
1997.08.01.0027 "Grammar School"
1997.08.01.0029 Hotel Lathrop, South Deerfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.0030 Sugarloaf Street
1997.08.01.0032 Railway Station
1997.08.01.0033 Holy Name of Jesus Church
1997.08.01.0034 St. James / Monument Church
1997.08.01.0035 Gas house explosion
1997.08.01.0036 Weeding Onions
1997.08.01.0037 On the way to School
1997.08.01.0038 The Weldon
1997.08.01.0039 Main Street, Greenfield, MA
1997.08.01.0040 The Weldon, The Terrace
1997.08.01.0041 The Weldon Garage
1997.08.01.0042 Main Street Business Center
1997.08.01.0045 Armory, Greenfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.0046 Road in Highland Park
1997.08.01.0047 B. and M. Freight Yard
1997.08.01.0048 Farm Bureau Feed Mill
1997.08.01.0049 Y.M.C.A., East Deerfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.0050 "Pageant Deerfield, Mass."
1997.08.01.0051 The Hockanum Ferry, Northampton to Hadley
1997.08.01.0052 Connecticut River Bridge
1997.08.01.0053 Academy of Music
1997.08.01.0054 Academy of Music and Baptist Church
1997.08.01.0055 Boat Landing, Hampton Ponds
1997.08.01.0056 Mt. Tom Railway and Summit House
1997.08.01.0057 The Famous Wellworth Pharmacy
1997.08.01.0058 Awaiting the Rope Pull, M.S.C.
1997.08.01.0059 Factories of the L. S. Starrett Co.
1997.08.01.0060 Minute Tapioca factory
1997.08.01.0061 "Souvenir of Orange, Mass"
1997.08.01.0062 Dance Hall, Brookside Park
1997.08.01.0063 F. H. Sprague Co.
1997.08.01.0064 South Cove, North Pond
1997.08.01.0065 The Old Mill Wheel
1997.08.01.0066 Hairpin Turn, Mohawk Trail, Mass
1997.08.01.0067 Deerfield River
1997.08.01.0069 Greetings from Ashfield
1997.08.01.0070 The Bridge, Lake Pleasant, Mass.
1997.08.01.0071 Lake Pleasant
1997.08.01.0072 Franklin County Public Hospital
1997.08.01.0073 Franklin County Public Hospital
1997.08.01.0074 The Weldon Hotel
1997.08.01.0075 Table Rock, Mt. Sugarloaf
1997.08.01.0076 View from Jutting Rock, Mt. Sugarloaf
1997.08.01.0077 Mt. Sugarloaf House
1997.08.01.0078 Mt. Sugarloaf showing King Philip's Seat
1997.08.01.0079 Connecticut River, Mt. Sugarloaf in the distance
1997.08.01.0080 Mt. Sugarloaf
1997.08.01.0081 Mt. Sugarloaf with farmer
1997.08.01.0082 Mt. Sugarloaf from the south
1997.08.01.0083 Mt. Sugarloaf
1997.08.01.0084 Mt. Sugarloaf
1997.08.01.0085 Mt. Sugarloaf
1997.08.01.0086 Mt. Sugarloaf
1997.08.01.0087 Tent Tobacco Fields from Mt. Sugarloaf
1997.08.01.0088 Honorable Dana Malone Residence
1997.08.01.0089 Brick Church
1997.08.01.0090 St. Ann's Church
1997.08.01.0091 The Common, Greenfield Mass.
1997.08.01.0092 Greenfield, Mass. Soldiers Monument and Second Congregational Church
1997.08.01.0093 Mansion House, Greenfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.0094 Mount Hermon, Mass., Mount Hermon Chapel
1997.08.01.0095 Mount Hermon, Mass., Science and Recitation Halls
1997.08.01.0096 Residence of Dwight L. Moody, East Northfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.0097 Birth Place of D. L. Moody, East Northfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.0098 Birnam House
1997.08.01.0099 Smith College Observatory
1997.08.01.0100 East Northfield, Mass., Skinner Gymnasium
1997.08.01.0101 Colrain, Mass.
1997.08.01.0102 Rear of the Colrain
1997.08.01.0103 Farley, Mass., Rattlesnake Mt. in Distance
1997.08.01.0104 Birthplace of Sophia Smith, Hatfield, Mass. Founder of Smith College
1997.08.01.0105 Heath, Mass.-On Pocumtuck Road
1997.08.01.0106 Town Hall, Montague, Mass
1997.08.01.0107 Fort Massachusetts, North Adams, Mass.
1997.08.01.0108 Rail Road, Station, Northampton, Mass.
1997.08.01.0109 Main Street from Smith College, Northampton, Mass.
1997.08.01.0110 King Street, Northampton, Mass.
1997.08.01.0111 Pleasant Street, Northampton, Mass.
1997.08.01.0112 Cooley Dickinson Hospital, Northampton, MA
1997.08.01.0113 Cooley Dickinson Hospital, Northampton, MA
1997.08.01.0114 Northampton, Mass., Insane Hospital, Drive-way and Entrance
1997.08.01.0115 Main Street and Webster Block. Northfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.0116 The Square, Orange, Mass.
1997.08.01.0117 View looking down from North Main Street, Orange, Mass.
1997.08.01.0118 South Main Street, Orange, Mass.
1997.08.01.0119 No. 4-Bridge Street Shelburne Falls, Mass.
1997.08.01.0120 Common, South Deerfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.0121 The Centre, South Deerfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.0122 Old Caleb Hubbard Tavern, at Plumtrees. Sunderland-First Home of Pacific Lodge, 1801
1997.08.01.0123 Rowe Village, Rowe, Mass.
1997.08.01.0124 View of Turner's Falls, Mass.
1997.08.01.0125 Main Street, Amherst, Mass.
1997.08.01.0126 Railway Station, Athol, Mass.
1997.08.01.0127 Massacre Interior of Old Indian House, during Sack of Deerfield, Feb. 29, 1704
1997.08.01.0128 Edge of Settlement
1997.08.01.0129 "Ononko's Vow"
1997.08.01.130 Witt Residence
1997.08.01.131 Kennebec Curve
1997.08.01.132 Landscape - Mill on Stream
1997.08.01.133 Streetscape - Royalston Center
1997.08.01.134 Streetscape - Royalston Common
1997.08.01.135 Agawam Cong'l Church
1997.08.01.136 High Times at the M. A. C.
1997.08.01.137 College Meadow, A. C., Amherst, Mass.
1997.08.01.138 The Ashfield House, Ashfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.139 Hazen's Store, Belchertown, Mass.
1997.08.01.140 Main Street, Bernardston, Mass.
1997.08.01.141 Old Tavern Sign, Blandford
1997.08.01.142 Hitchcock Free Academy, Brimfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.143 Mary Lyon House, Buckland, Mass.
1997.08.01.144 Visit of Gov. Guild to Charlemont, Mass.
1997.08.01.145 Riverside Inn, Chester, Mass.
1997.08.01.146 Chesterfield Church
1997.08.01.147 Main Street, looking West. Colerain, Mass.
1997.08.01.148 Looking toward Village from Baptist hill
1997.08.01.149 Village Street, Cummington, Mass.
1997.08.01.150 Main St. Easthampton, Mass
1997.08.01.151 Main and Park Streets looking South. Easthampton, Mass.
1997.08.01.152 The Whale Inn, On Route 9, Goshen, Mass.
1997.08.01.153 Old Hadley, Mass. Elmwood House and Old Church
1997.08.01.154 Connecticut River, Holyoke, Mass.
1997.08.01.155 Holyoke, Mass. Bird's Eye View from Mt. Tom by moonlight
1997.08.01.156 Easthampton, from Mt. Tom, Holyoke, Mass.
1997.08.01.157 Mountain Park and Mt. Tom by Night, Holyoke, Mass.
1997.08.01.158 Parks House, John Chaplin, Prop. Huntington, Mass.
1997.08.01.159 The Green, Longmeadow, Mass.
1997.08.01.160 Norcross Bros. Stone Yard, East Longmeadow, Mass.
1997.08.01.161 Mt. Toby, Montague, Mass
1997.08.01.162 Prospect House, Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Mass.
1997.08.01.163 Academy Hall and The Common, New Salem, Mass.
1997.08.01.164 Northampton, Mass. Glimpse of Main Street, showing Draper Hotel
1997.08.01.166 Orange Square Looking South
1997.08.01.167 Moonlight View of Orange, Mass.
1997.08.01.168 Scene at Palmer Fair, Palmer, Mass.
1997.08.01.169 Fountain, at the Orient, West Pelham, Mass.
1997.08.01.170 Church, Town Hall and Post Office, Plainfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.172 Russell House, Russell, Mass.
1997.08.01.173 Congregational Church and Sheldon Academy, Southampton, Mass
1997.08.01.174 The Park, South Hadley, Mass.
1997.08.01.175 South Hadley Center, Mass.
1997.08.01.176 State Street, Springfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.177 U. S. Arsenal and Grounds, Springfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.178 Springfield, Mass. Court Square
1997.08.01.179 Main Street, Looking North from Hillman, Springfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.180 Avenue A, Turners Falls, Mass.
1997.08.01.181 Wales St, Wales, Mass.
1997.08.01.182 Hampshire House, Ware, Mass.
1997.08.01.183 Warwick, Mass. Gales Old Mill.
1997.08.01.184 Park Square, Westfield, Mass
1997.08.01.185 Gen. Shepard Memorial Monument, Westfield, Mass.
1997.08.01.186 Connery House, Westhampton, Mass.
1997.08.01.187 West Springfield's Beautiful Riverdale Road Along the Connecticut
1997.08.01.188 Main Street, Looking North. Whately, Mass.
1997.08.01.189 Grist Mills Pond, Williamsburg, Mass.
1997.08.01.190 The Common, Worthington, Mass.
1997.08.02 Memorial Hall
1997.08.03.33 Coleman- Hollister House
1997.08.03.60 Hoosac Tunnel Work Area
1997.09.01 Palm Leaf Basket
1997.10 New Home Sewing Machine Company Birds-Eye View
1997.11 "Polonaise"
1997.16.07 Elinor Francis (1929-)
1997.16.17 Malissa Childs
1997.16.21 Mary Arms at Barton Heights
1997.16.32 Judy Austin or "There are green monkeys in the garden"
1997.16.38 Child Beauty (Barbara Jordan)
1997.16.44 "The White Doll"
1997.16.49 Nathan Tufts
1997.19.21 My First Automobile
1997.21.02 Stocking
1997.24.065.01-.02 "Sap Gatherers"
1997.31.15 Avenue A Stores
1997.31.23 John Russell Cutlery Works, Turners Falls, Mass.
1998.02.500.01 Sash
1998.02.500.02 Shot pouch
1998.03.04 Women dancing with sheaves of wheat
1998.04.01 Canal Construction
1998.04.03 Hotel Warren, South Deerfield, Mass.
1998.09.01 Tuscarora beadwork sellers
1998.09.02 Niagara Falls pin cushion
1998.09.03 Niagara Falls needle case
1998.14 Abenaki Sweetgrass Candlestick
1998.19.01-.02 Wrought iron candleholders
1999.03.0003 Greenfield Public Library
1999.03.0004 Mansion House, Greenfield, Mass.
1999.03.0006 Main St. looking west from Mansion House
1999.03.0007 Main St. Looking East
1999.03.0008 Main Street
1999.03.0009 R. R. Station
1999.03.0010 Three Bridges over Green River
1999.03.0011 B. and M. and Street Ry. Bridges at Cheapside
1999.03.0012 Old Green River Mill
1999.03.0013 Road to Leyden
1999.03.0014 Deerfield Meadows
1999.03.0015 New England Views on Boston and Maine R.R., Deerfield Valley
1999.03.0016 Cutting Trees in Deerfield Lumber Co.'s Woods
1999.03.0017 Tobacco and Onion Fields, Connecticut Valley
1999.03.0019 Birds-Eye View, Sunderland and Connecticut River from Mt. Sugarloaf
1999.03.0020 Mount Sugarloaf Summit House
1999.03.0021 Picnic, Mt. Sugar Loaf
1999.03.0022 Library
1999.03.0023 Arms Manufacturing Company
1999.03.0025 The Fire at the Hotel Warren
1999.03.0026 Bloody Brook
1999.03.0027 Logging at the Oxbow on the Connecticut River near Holyoke, Mass.
1999.03.0028 Hockanum Ferry, Northampton, Mass. Mt. Holyoke in Distance.
1999.03.0029 Rock Cut on Mountainside, Mt. Tom
1999.03.0030 Harvest Time
1999.03.0031 Harvesting Vine Ripened Cape Cod Cranberries
1999.03.0032 Mohawk Trail Whitcomb Summit House and Gift Shop
1999.03.0034 The Big Bridge over the Deerfield River
1999.03.0036 Boat landing
1999.03.0037 Jacob's well
1999.03.0038.01 Western slope showing North Adams
1999.03.0038.02 Western slope showing North Adams
1999.03.0038.03 Hair Pin Curve, Showing Stamford Valley
1999.03.0038.04 Down the Slope and Approaching Hair Pin Turn
1999.03.0038.05 Looking Down the Trail from Western Summit
1999.03.0038.06 Easterly View from Whitcomb Summit
1999.03.0038.07 The Hoosac Range Looking West from Moore's Summit
1999.03.0038.08 Where the Mohawk Trail Crosses the Hoosac Tunnel, Berkshire Hills
1999.03.0038.09 The Deerfield Valley from Whitcomb Summit
1999.03.0038.10 The Birches Along the Mohawk Trail
1999.03.0038.11 Watering Place Looking up the Mountain Side
1999.03.0038.12 Some of the Beautiful Curves on the Mohawk Trail
1999.03.0038.13 Where the Trail makes a perfect "S" near Charlemont
1999.03.0038.14 View Along Cold River, Eastern Slope of Mohawk Trail
1999.03.0038.15 The Lofty Heights along the Trail
1999.03.0038.16 View Along the Cold River, Eastern Slope of Mohawk Trail
1999.03.0038.17 Bridge over Deerfield River, near Charlemont, Mass.
1999.03.0038.bc Mohawk Trail explanatory text
1999.03.0038.cv Souvenir Folder of Mohawk Trail, Mass.
1999.03.0040 Mount Sugar Loaf, South Deerfield, Mass.
1999.03.0041 Mt. Sugar Loaf, South Deerfield, Mass.
1999.03.0042 Sugar Loaf, South Deerfield, Mass.
1999.03.0043 Mt. Sugar Loaf, South Deerfield, Mass.
1999.03.0044 Mt. Sugar Loaf
1999.03.0045 Mt. Sugar Loaf Summit House
1999.03.0048 "Washington Monument at Night, Washington, D.C."
1999.03.0049 "White Church Deerfield Mass Built 1838"
1999.03.0050 "Deerfield, Mass., Memorial Hall."
1999.03.0051.02 New Entrance to the Live Wire Fair
1999.03.0053 Conway House, Conway, Mass.
1999.03.0054 Field Memorial Library
1999.03.0055 County Court House, Greenfield, Mass.
1999.03.0056 Armory, Greenfield, Mass.
1999.03.0057 Headquarters Edwin E. Day Post, G.A.R. and Girl's Club Rooms, Greenfield, Mass.
1999.03.0058 Poets Seat, Greenfield, Mass.
1999.03.0059 Farren Memorial Hospital, Montague City, Mass.
1999.03.0060 Hotel, Montague, Mass.
1999.03.0061 The First Home of Masonry in Western Massachusetts Built 1750. Orange, Mass.
1999.03.0062 The Square-Showing Odd Fellows Hall, Savings Bank and Post Office, Orange, Mass.
1999.03.0063 Shelburne Falls, Mass., Looking West
1999.03.0064 Bridge over Deerfield River, Shelburne Falls, Mass.
1999.03.0065 Main Street, showing Baptist and Congregational Church, Shelburne Falls, Mass.
1999.03.0066 South Deerfield, Mass.
1999.03.0067 Sunderland, Mass. The Old Button Ball Tree
1999.03.0068 Sunderland Library
1999.03.0069 Upper Suspension Bridge and View of Riverside, From Prospect Street, Turners Falls, Mass.
1999.03.0070 Lower Suspension Bridge, Turners Falls, Mass.
1999.03.0071 Avenue A, Turners Falls, Mass.
1999.03.0072 "The Old Porch" Ashfield House, Ashfield, Mass.
1999.03.0073 Main Street, Conway, Mass.
1999.03.0074 Old Stone Mill, Turner's Falls, Mass.
1999.03.0075 Electric Car Bridge over Deerfield River, Shelburne Falls, Mass.
1999.09.17 Raffia Basket
1999.09.19.01-.02 Pair of wrought iron candelabrum
1999.10.503 "Rabbits in the Pea-Patch"
1999.10.505 Pouch
1999.10.509a-b Wedding Dress
1999.13.500 Scales
1999.13.501 Plate
1999.13.502 "Turners Falls, Mass"
1999.13.503 Noah's Ark
1999.13.504 Greenfield, Mass Birds-Eye View
1999.13.505 Memorial to M. & S. Sheldon
1999.13.506 Schoolroom at the Mill and Bars: Recitation Day
1999.13.507 Chamber Pot
1999.13.508 Redware Platter
1999.13.509 Lidded Hanging Pot
1999.13.510 Union Telegraph Line
1999.13.511 Glass tumblers
1999.13.512 Bowling pins
1999.13.513 Ceramic vessel
1999.13.514 Ditch Plow
1999.15.02 Student Uniform
1999.15.16 Corn husk bag
1999.15.17 Necklace
1999.15.24 Feeding Vessel
1999.15.29 Syringes with Case
1999.15.30 Medicine Bottles with Case
1999.15.31 Throat Pump
1999.15.33 Irrigation Syringe
1999.15.45 Bedpan
1999.15.50 Goggles with Case
1999.15.55 Crucifix
1999.16.500.01a Nurse's Dress
1999.16.500.02 Nurses Dress Uniform
1999.16.500.02d Riding Crop
1999.17.02 Turners Falls Dam and Canal
1999.19 Syringe
1999.20.01 Liberty Pole
1999.21.01 Medallion necklace
1999.21.02 Beaded Bag
2000.01.642.02 Woman's cap
2000.01.668 French Document Fan
2000.01.864 Apron
2000.01.869 Smock
2000.03.500 Fourth Meeting House (1729-1824)
2000.10.04 Moody Homestead
2000.19.05 Lamson & Goodnow Manufacturing Company
2000.19.22.01 Mary: Lamson family servant
2000.20.500 Cadet's Uniform
2000.20.501 The Manual Alphabet for the Deaf and Dumb
2000.20.502 Stock (tie)
2000.20.503 Checkerboard
2000.20.504 Men's pumps
2000.20.505 Wine decanter
2000.20.506 "The Life and Age of Woman"
2000.20.507 Toy Tea Set
2000.20.508 Toy Train
2000.20.509 Stoneware Churn
2000.20.510 Stoneware Storage Jug with lid
2000.20.511 Mirror
2000.20.512 Horse Clog
2000.20.513 Wood Mounted Bit
2000.20.514 Gluing Clamp
2000.20.515 Warning Alarm
2000.20.516 Hatchel/Hackle
2000.20.517 Gridiron
2000.21 Ear trumpet
2000.25.02 Avery Oxen Show Admission Ticket
2000.34 Prospect Hill School
2000.38 "A Soldier's Dream"
2000.41.500 Beaded Bag
2000.41.501 Beaded Bag
2000.41.502 Beaded Bag
2000.41.503 Moccasins
2001.07 Sunburst and stars album quilt
2001.24.03 Avery Oxen Postcard
2001.24.04 "Giant Oxen" Poster
2001.24.05 "Avery Oxen" Poster
2001.24.06 "Harvest Home Fair" Poster
2001.30.04.17 Post-mortem child, possibly Glen O. Watson
2002.01.500 Tea gown or Dressing gown
2002.01.505 Turners Falls Dam
2002.01.506 Wedding Dress
2002.01.508 "A New England Kitchen"
2002.02 Coal shovel
2002.12 No.3A Folding Pocket Kodak Camera
2002.21.04 Portulaca flower
2002.21.06 Trout Lily/ Adder Tongue Lily/ Dog's Tooth Violet flower
2002.22.501 Abraham Lincoln
2002.22.502 Scythe snath handle
2002.26.07b "The Quirlicut Company" Puzzle
2002.26.07c "Scene on Green River, Greenfield, MA" Postcard
2002.27 Landscape of Irish Ruins
2002.29.501 Pocketbook
2002.33.12 Steamer Trunk
2002.33.14.01-.21 Paint Pigments
2002.40.12.8.1 Joe Waskiewicz
2002.40.23.1 Mitch Mieczkowski
2002.40.23.2 Mitch Mieczkowski
2002.40.7.2 Jack Czajkowski
2002.45.01 African-American Musicians
2002.54.01 "Purple Shadow"
2002.55 Birch bark headdress box
2003.07.07 "Grape Arbor"
2003.22.13 "Willows"
2003.22.20.02 "Reflections"
2003.22.40.05 "Hitchcock House"
2003.22.45.01 "The Little House"
2003.22.46 "Morning Mist"
2003.22.83.05 "The Rapids"
2003.22.85.03 "By the River"
2003.22.86.02 "The Foot Bridge"
2003.22.87.01 "The Pool in the Woods"
2003.22.89.01 "Reflections"
2003.22.91.03 "The Country Lane"
2003.22.92 "Winter"
2003.23 A. Wysocki Onion Storage
2003.43.574.03.03 Sketch
2003.58.04 Head cloth
2003.62.03 Kostowah
2004.09 "American Heroes" figures
2004.25.01 "Corn Sister" Sculpture
2004.25.02 "Corn Sister" sculpture
2004.26 Beaded Baseball Cap
2004.28a-b Beaded cuffs
2004.30.2.019 Frank Dahowski, Wallingford, England
2004.30.2.032 Frank Dahowski with a German Field Gun
2004.30.2.109 V-Day Brussels
2004.30.2.129 German Prisoners, Lyons, France
2004.30.2.215 V-Day Brussels
2004.30.2.267 Red Cross Club, Marseiles, France
2004.30.2.285 Coming Home, SS George Washington
2004.36a-b Birch bark mukak
2004.39.500 Moccasin
2005.06 "Which Way to Deerfield (A Modern Mohawk Headdress)"
2005.09.1 Prentiss Childs and Chum
2005.09.2 Robert Frost and grand daughters
2005.11.31 Masha Arms
2005.11.34 Masha Arms
2005.23.500 Cartridge Box
2005.31 Hawks and Arms Family Portrait
2005.45.500 Streetscape - Athol Center
2005.55.a-.b Trombone
2005.57.500 "Rivets are Bayonets / Drive them home!
2005.57.501 "Together We Win"
2006.09 Memorial Plaque for African-American Slaves in Deerfield
2006.13.07 Greenfield in a Nutshell
2006.15.3 Michael Waskiewicz
2006.15.9 Jim Pasiecnik
2006.36 Westfield State Teachers' College
BR.03 Whole Cloth Quilt
BR.49 "SH" joined chest
CRR.02 Chest
CRR.05 Dining Table
CRR.14 Bannister Back Chair
CRR.A.12 Sword
CRR.B.28 Engraving "The Bloody Massacre perpetrated on King Street, Boston on March 5th, 1770"
CWR.01 Draft cylinder
CWR.4 Cape
DPR.E.09 Top hat
DR.130 Great Wheel
F.04 Tall case clock
IR.001 "Old Indian House" Door
IR.011 Birch bark container
IR.060 Canoe model
IR.061 John Sheldon (1658-1733) Snowshoes
IR.A.08 Otterskin Bag
IR.A.24 Sash
IR.A.25 Painted Tobacco Bag
IR.A.26 Prisoner Halter
IR.A.30 Moccasins
IR.C.115 War club
IR.F.104 Elm Burl Bowl
IR.H.106 Basket with cover
K.006 Pot Hooks/Adjustable Trammels
K.048 Bake Kettle
K.060 Sconce-Candle Reflector
K.081 Brass Skimmer
K.106 Lantern
K.129.01-.02 Lamps
K.131 Bean Pot
K.139 Milk Pan
K.172 Reflector Oven/Roaster
K.392 Redware teapot and top
K.399 Teapot
K.446 Nutmeg Grater
K.603 Foot Warmer
K.735 Four-legged Washtub
K.751 Cheese Basket
K.821 Stoneware Crock
K.822 Stoneware Crock
L.300 Gate-leg Table
L00.001 "Historical Collections, being a General Collection of Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes &c.",
L00.003 "Farm for Sale"
L00.004 Diagram of John Wilson's Orchard and list of trees
L00.005 "Eulogy on King Philip as Pronounced at the Odeon"
L00.006 List of plants in the garden of William Stoddard Williams
L00.007 List of medicines bought from Ebenezer Hunt by William Stoddard Williams
L00.008 Resignation of William Stoddard Williams as surgeon
L00.009 Appointment of William Stoddard Williams to Justice of the Peace
L00.010 "Rudiments of Reading"
L00.011 "The Young Reader; To Go With The Spelling Book"
L00.012 "The North American Arithmetic. Part First for Young Learners"
L00.013 "Rudiments of Geography"
L00.014 "A System of School Geography"
L00.015 "A Practical System of Modern Geography: or View of the Present State of the World."
L00.016 "The Reformed Pastor"
L00.017 "Deerfield"
L00.018 "A Practical System of Modern Geography"
L00.019 Ware Store Day Book [Vol. I]
L00.020 Ware Store Day Book [Vol. II]
L00.021 Published letters concerning the Embargo of 1808
L00.023 "A Sequel to Webster's Elem. Spelling Book: or A Speller & Definer"
L00.024 "Mitchell's Primary Geography. An Easy Introduction to the Study of Geography: Designed for the Instruction of Children"
L00.025 Elizabeth Amsden Inventory
L00.026 "Cabinet of Nature"
L00.027 "Little Jack of All Trades, with Suitable Representations. Part I."
L00.028 "Scripture History, Abridged."
L00.029 "Bancroft's Agricultural Almanack...1826"
L00.030 Captain John Wells' Company Muster Roll
L00.031 American Herbarium, Volume 1
L00.032 "New England Primer"
L00.033 Account book of Zebulon White & James Strathern
L00.034 Family Bible owned by David Hoyt
L00.035 "A Moral Tale"
L00.036 "The Country Builder's Assistant, Fully Explaining The Best Methods For Striking Regular And Quirked Mouldings:"
L00.037 Sketch of the Union Naval Attack on Charleston Harbor
L00.038 Excerpt from James Childs Hitchcock's Civil War Military Journal
L00.039 Excerpt from W. Scott Keith's Civil War Military Journal
L00.040 Thank you letter from Mrs. Hooper to Miss Wilson for supplies for Civil War soldiers
L00.041 "Sacrifices to Our Country. A Discourse Delivered July 17, 1864...at a Funeral Service for James T. Stebbins & Myron Stowell"
L00.042 Civil War Patriotic Covers or Envelopes
L00.043 Union Battery Invoice for Cannon and Expenses
L00.044 Pages from Rev. Jonathan Ashley's account book
L00.045 Pages from Elijah Williams (Old Soldier's) account book, Vol. 2
L00.046 Restoration Plans for Wells-Thorn House
L00.047 "The National First Reader; or Word-Builder"
L00.048 "A System of Modern Geography, Comprising a Description of the Present State of the World..."
L00.049 "Colton and Fitch's Modern School Geography"
L00.050 Building Contract for Deerfield Street School
L00.051 "Second Baptists Survive Difficulties Of Early Years, Now A Thriving Parish"
L00.052 "New England Captives Carried to Canada Between 1677 and 1760 During French and Indian Wars"- Vol. II
L00.053 "Philip. King of Mount Hope"
L00.054 Page from Proprietors of the Common Field in Deerfield
L00.055 "The Young Ladies Book: A Manual of Elegant Recreations, Exercises, and Pursuits"
L00.056 "The Perpetual Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts"- Vol. 1
L00.058 "Turners Falls"
L00.059 "Sugar Loaf Mountain"
L00.060 "Confluence of Connecticut and Deerfield Rivers"
L00.061 "Cotillion Party at Whitney Hall! In Shelburne Falls, Friday Dec 17th, 1858"
L00.062 "Turnpike Road"
L00.063 Resolve ordering Selectmen of Deerfield to record the town's deaf and dumb population
L00.064 "Amsterdam"
L00.065 Letter to Stephen Higginson III from his mother Agnes Gordon Cochran Higginson
L00.066 Plans of the Higginson House on The Street in Deerfield
L00.068 "The Redeemed Captive Returning to Zion"
L00.069 "Narrative of Sojourner Truth, A Northern Slave, Emancipated From Bodily Serviture By the State of New York in 1828"
L00.070 "Bars Fight"
L00.071 "$100 Reward"
L00.072 Bill of sale for slave named Kate
L00.073 Complaint against slave Caesar for stealing
L00.074 Bill of sale for slave named Prince
L00.075 Bill of sale for slave J. Romanoo
L00.076 "Allies, Arise!"
L00.077 "Catalogue of Books in the Deerfield Agricultural Library"
L00.078 "The American Farm Book; or Compend of American Agriculture"
L00.079 "Harvard College- Class of 1890"
L00.080 "Deerfield Collection of Sacred Music"
L00.081 "A Discourse Preached At Heath, Feb. 21, 1816 As A Musical Lecture"
L00.082 "Young Ladies Literary Society 1813"
L00.083 Account book of Joseph Barnard
L00.084 Account Book of Elijah Williams, Ledger B, Vol. 3
L00.085 Account Book of Elijah Williams, Ledger C, Vol. 4
L00.086 "The Illustrated American Biography; Containing Correct Portraits of The Principal Actors in American History"
L00.087 "America's Triumph at Panama"
L01.001 "Sermons, No. II- How To Change Your Heart"
L01.002 Graham Bread Recipe from "The New Hydropathic Cook-Book"
L01.003 Travel passport for Mercy Carter's sons
L01.004 "A Son Of The Forest. The Experience Of William Apes, A Native Of The Forest"
L01.005 "Learning By Doing At Hampton"
L01.006 "New And True Stories For Children, With 100 Pictures"
L01.007 "HYMN - For Fourth July--1826"
L01.008 "A Visit "in the Gazette and Mercury Newspaper
L01.009 "Civilization rebuked by the savage" in "Gazette and Mercury" Newspaper
L01.010 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
L01.011 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
L01.012 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
L01.013 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
L01.014 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
L01.015 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
L01.016 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
L01.017 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
L01.018 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
L01.019 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
L01.020 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
L01.021 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
L01.022 WWI Message to Edward Roswell Wirt
L01.023 Postcard to Mrs. Edward Wirt
L01.024 WWI Cartoons
L01.025 Fence Agreement between Arms and Wells
L01.026 Letter to Samuel Wells from Colonel Elihu Hoyt
L01.027 Indenture of Sarah Green
L01.028 "The Boy Captive of Old Deerfield" excerpts
L01.029 Excerpts from Edwin Nims' Agricultural Diary
L01.030 Share of the Canada-Cuba Land and Fruit Company, Limited
L01.031 Inventory of Charles Hart Ashley
L01.032 "The Sabrinian"
L01.033 Memorial Service text for Thomas Williams Ashley
L01.034 WWI Letter from Thomas Williams Ashley
L01.035 Letter to Charles Hart Ashley
L01.036 Letter to Gertrude Porter Ashley
L01.037 Letter to Gertrude Porter Ashley
L01.038 Order and results of physical exam on Thomas Williams Ashley
L01.039 Letter to Charles Hart Ashley
L01.040 Letter to Gertrude Porter Ashley
L01.041 Letter to Charles Hart Ashley
L01.042 Letter to Gertrude Porter Ashley
L01.043 Letter to Gertrude Porter Ashley
L01.044 Letter to Charles Hart Ashley
L01.045 Receipt of Caleb Phillips
L01.046 Bill from Deerfield Selectmen for Military Supplies used in Shays' Rebellion
L01.047 Military Firearm Log for Shays' Rebellion
L01.048 "A Record of Sunderland in the Civil War of 1861 to 1865"
L01.049 Excerpts from the Diary of Ruth Pease
L01.050 Excerpts from the Diary of Ellen Louisa Arms (Sheldon)
L01.051 Excerpts from the diary of Elizabeth Babcock Leonard
L01.052 Letter from John Pynchon
L01.053 Timothy Edwards' Sermon Notes
L01.054 Reward of Merit to Luella May
L01.055 Reward of Merit to Luella May
L01.056 Reward of Merit to Luella May
L01.057 Reward of Merit to Luella May
L01.059 Memorial Print announcing the death of Hariet A. Cooley
L01.060 "Nine and Ten Years Old- They can earn 40c. in a ten-hour day, but they cannot read."
L01.061 "5 Men Shot in the Streets of Monson!!!"
L01.062 "Thanksgiving Assembly"
L01.063 "Washington Ball"
L01.064 "Junior Exhibition"
L01.065 Sketch of Wilson Printing Office
L01.066 Teacher Certificate
L01.067 Doctor's certificate for disenrollment of military service for Eratus Clapp
L01.068 License for Bee Hives
L01.069 Austin Towers' receipt from the Shelburne Falls Marble Co.
L01.070 Reward of Merit to Amos Hamilton
L01.071 Town of Leverett Bill to John Clapp Jr. for Rufus Clary
L01.072 Suffrage letter to George Sheldon
L01.073 "It Will Do You Good"- E. E. Flagg's Japanese Pain Reliever
L01.074 "Improvement In Champooing And Hair Dyeing"
L01.075 "N. Vickary, Taxidermist"
L01.076 Illustrated Trade card of William Jackson's Brazen Head shop
L01.077 "The Sweet Little Man."
L01.078 "Jemima or The Witch of Bender"
L01.079 "Exhibition. Westfield Academy. Order of Exercises."
L01.080 "$50 Reward"
L01.081 "Keep them smiling"- WWI broadside
L01.082 "Order of Exercises at the Exhibition of the Deerfield High School"
L01.083 Franklin County Agricultural Society Membership of Lester L. Luey
L01.084 "The Senate of 1872- Arrangement of Seats"
L01.085 "Sons of Temperance Membership of Elijah Spencer Fuller"
L01.086 Indenture of Zechariah Gilson of Northfield
L01.087 "Uroscopia."
L01.088 Colonel Hugh Maxwell's Certificate of Membership into the Mass. Society for Agriculture
L01.089 American Missionary Association membership of Nathaniel Hitchcock
L01.090 Civil War letter to Ella Melendy
L01.091 Civil War letter to Ella Melendy
L01.092 Civil War letter to Ella Melendy
L01.093 Civil War letter to Ella Melendy
L01.094 Civil War letter to Ella Melendy
L01.095 "Reward of Merit" presented to Minnie Flagg
L01.096 "National Bank of Merit" Four Shares of Stock to the Holder Minnie Flagg
L01.097 "Receipt To Color Blue"
L01.098 "Oil Cinnamon Cordial" advertisement
L01.101 "Barrs Homestead 1739"
L01.102 "Union Republican Ticket"
L01.103 "Select School at Buckland"
L01.104 "In Memory of JAMES ABRAM GARFIELD"
L01.105 "If you Can't Laugh, Don't Come to See the Womanless Wedding"
L01.106 "Proclamation For Proroguing the General Court"
L01.107 "Exhibition of the Young Men's Lyceum"
L01.108 "Sally Come Up"
L01.109 "Caroll & Queen's Double Clog Dance"
L01.110 "Farmers Help the Belgians"
L01.111 "Plan of Sunderland Bridge over the Connecticut River"
L01.112 Letter to John Sheldon
L01.113 Letter to John Sheldon
L01.114 "What befell Stephen Williams in his captivity"
L01.115 Excerpts from Agnes Gordon Higginson Fuller Diary
L01.116 Botany notes from school book belonging to Agnes Higginson
L01.117 "A Half Century of Conflict"- Vol. I
L01.118 "Soldiers in King Philip's War..."
L01.119 Puritan Village patterns from "Historical Atlas of Massachusetts"
L01.120 "Shorter Hours for Women"
L01.121 "Ten Years of Massachusetts"
L01.122 "The Census of Massachusetts: 1875, Vol. II"
L01.123 "The Census of Massachusetts: 1885, Volume II"
L01.124 "The New McGuffey Second Reader"
L02.001 Excerpts from the diary of Elsie M. Putnam
L02.002 "Monroe & Rowe"
L02.003 "Heath"
L02.004 "Coleraine/Leyden"
L02.005 "Bernardston"
L02.006 "Northfield"
L02.007 "Warwick"
L02.008 "Charlemont"
L02.009 "Hawley"
L02.010 "Buckland"
L02.011 "Shelburne"
L02.012 "Greenfield & Gill"
L02.013 "Erving & Wendell"
L02.014 "Orange"
L02.015 "Conway"
L02.016 "Montague"
L02.017 "Whately"
L02.018 "Sunderland and Leverett"
L02.019 "Shutesbury"
L02.020 "New Salem"
L02.021 "Ashfield"
L02.022 "The Vicksburg Daily Citizen"
L02.023 Confederate bond
L02.024 "Lieut. Genl. Ulysses S. Grant U.S.A."
L02.025 Commission of the Grand Army Republic Post No. 84
L02.026 "GAR Personal War Sketches presented to Myron E. Stowell Post No. 84"
L02.027 "Soldiers Memorial- Company F 34th Regt. Masssachusetts Infty Vols."
L02.028 "Jeanne D'Arc At Vaucouleurs"
L02.029 "An American"
L02.030 "The Dyke Mill Bulletin, No. I"
L02.031 "The Cabinetwork at New Clairvaux"
L02.032 "More Power to the Allies"
L02.033 "Women and Girls Over 18" employment ad in Greenfield's Gazette and Courier newspaper
L02.034 "Aliens in New England" article in Greenfield's Gazette and Courier newspaper
L02.035 "Practical Art Lectures"
L02.036 "Artistic Picture Framing"
L02.037 "Expansion of Deerfield Arts and Crafts"
L02.038 "Deerfield Exhibit of Painting"
L02.039 "Two Art Lectures"
L02.040 "Class in Color Design"
L02.041 "The Talented Sketch Class"
L02.042 "Our Greenfield Artists"
L02.043 "Bad Jam of Logs" article in Greenfield's Gazette and Courier newspaper
L02.044 "Will Hutchins Chosen President"
L02.045 "Deerfield Academy Cooking Class Entertains"
L02.046 "Church Wedding in Old Deerfield"
L02.047 "Fewer Logs" article in Greenfield's Gazette and Courier newspaper
L02.048 Deerfield - Talk on "Color"
L02.049 "Proceeds of Deerfield Bazar Amounts to over $800"
L02.050 "Turners Falls Boat Clubs to Insist on Open River"
L02.051 "Log Drive Nears Turners Falls" article in Greenfield's Gazette and Courier newspaper
L02.052 "Log Drive Passing Turners Falls" article in Greenfield's Gazette and Courier newspaper
L02.053 "Montague Center"
L02.054 "Statistical Information Relating to Certain Branches of Industry in Massachusetts For the Year Ending June 1, 1855"
L02.055 "History of Massachusetts Industries Their Inception, Growth and Success" Vol. I
L02.056 "Census of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: 1895" Volume V
L02.057 "Statistical Information Relating to Certain Branches of Industry in Massachusetts, For the Year Ending May 1, 1865"
L02.058 "Americans With The Wrong Ancestors"
L02.059 "Specimen of a Leaf of the Morus Multicaulis Tree for The Silk Grower"
L02.060 "Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury-Growth and Manufacture of Silk"
L02.061 "Supplement to the New England Farmer, and Gardener's Journal"
L02.062 "Manufacture of Silk Not New in New England" from New England Farmer
L02.063 "Chinese Mulberry" and "Persian Management of Silkworms from New England Farmer"
L02.064 "Culture of Silk" from New England Farmer
L02.066 "The Silk Culturist"
L02.067 "The Life of Dwight L. Moody"
L02.068 "Regulations For the Government of the Schools in the Town of Deerfield"
L02.069 "Prospectus of the Deerfield Academy and Dickinson High School"
L02.070 "Annual Report of the Town Officers of Deerfield For the Year Ending Dec. 31, 1926- Annual Report of the School Committee"
L02.071 "Annual Report of the Town Officers of Deerfield for the Year Ending, Jan. 1st, 1915- Annual Report of the School Committee"
L02.072 "Annual Report of the Town Officers of Deerfield For the Year Ending Feb. 1st, 1914- Annual Report of the School Committee"
L02.073 "Annual Report of the Town Officers of Deerfield For the Year Ending Jan. 1st 1916- Annual Report of the School Committee"
L02.074 "Immigrants in Industries, Part 24: Recent Immigrants in Agriculture" from Reports of the Immigration Commission
L02.075 "South Deerfield- High School Building Dedicated With Excellent Program"
L02.076 "South Deerfield Briefs- School Exhibition at South Deerfield"
L02.077 "South Deerfield- South Deerfield to Have Conference on Health in Schools"
L02.078 "South Deerfield- To Build New School-House"
L02.079 "South Deerfield- The Mount Sugar Loaf School"
L02.080 "Compliments of Greenfield Furniture & Undertaking Co."
L02.081 "Hitching Posts Should Go"
L02.082 "A Dangerous Practice"
L02.083 "Deerfield School Troubles"
L02.084 "Deerfield"
L02.085 "Dickinson High School"
L02.086 "Deerfield School Controversy"
L02.087 "Greenfield"- Will Hutchins Exhibit
L02.088 "Rivermen Reach Turners Falls"
L02.089 "Log Drive Nearly Past Turners"
L02.090 "Log Drive of 36,000,000 Feet"
L02.091 "Annual Log Drive on the River"
L02.092 "Deerfield's Summer Plays"
L02.093 "Harrow Theater and Hutchins' Plays"
L02.094 "Will Hutchins, Bachelor of Fine Arts"
L02.095 "Preparations for Jeanne D'Arc at Vaucouleurs"
L02.096 "Mr. Hutchins' Play"
L02.097 "Gang of Loggers Arrive"
L02.098 "Harrow Plays Next Summer at Deerfield"
L02.099 "Burly Log Drivers Up River Start Biggest Drive Ever Seen"
L02.100 "Will Hutchins Manages Yale Plays"
L02.101 "Art and Industry at Deerfield"
L02.102 "Original Deerfield Workers Show Skills at Crafts"
L02.103 "Deerfield Painters' Original Work"
L02.104 "Deerfield's Original Crafts Show Next Week"
L02.105 Young Men's Christian Association Meeting
L02.106 "Legislature- slave hunting petition"
L02.107 "Union and Liberty"
L02.108 Slave gives talk in Northfield
L02.109 "News Items"- Mass. Petitions to abolish slave-hunting
L02.110 "Fugitive Slave"
L02.111 "Sacrifice of Life"
L02.112 Frederick Douglas refused passport
L02.113 "The Slave Trade"
L02.114 "The Slave Trade - The Administration"
L02.115 "Home Affairs"- 100 Gun Salute to Lincoln
L02.116 "A Letter from T. D. Judah"
L02.117 "The African Slave Trade"
L02.118 "The Inaugural"
L02.119 "Visit to President Lincoln by the Massachusetts Delegation"
L02.120 "Evacuation of Fort Sumter!"
L02.121 "The Traitor's Confederacy"
L02.122 "Southern and War Items"
L02.123 "Sundry Items"- military figures for states
L02.124 "Jeff Davis' Proclamation"
L02.125 "The News From Home"- the Greenfield Guards
L02.126 "Pews in Deerfield meeting house first Parish- sold December 1824"
L02.127 "A Manual Containing Information Respecting the Growth of the Mulberry Tree, with Suitable Directions for the Culture of Silk"
L02.128 "American Flag house and Betsy Ross Memorial Association Membership certificate"
L02.129 "Abstract of the Massachusetts School Returns for 1838-9"
L02.130 "Trolley Wayfinder"
L02.131 "Finance Report of the Town of Deerfield. 1860-61."
L02.132 "Annual Report of the Treasuer, Selectmen, and School Committee, To the Inhabitants of the Town of Deerfield"
L02.133 "King's Handbook of the United States"
L02.134 "The Youth's Companion World Fair"
L02.135 "Picturesque Hampshire"
L02.136 "Our Country and Its People" A History of Hampden County Massachusetts- Volume 2
L02.137 Frontpage of Greenfield Gazette & Franklin Herald newspaper
L02.138 Frontpage of Gazette & Courier newspaper
L02.139 "Young People's Camp Third Season Rowe, Mass. June 27-July 4, 1926"
L02.140 Oath of Allegiance [Faith]
L02.141 "Bloody Butchery, By The British Troops; Or The Runaway Fight Of The Regulars"
L02.142 Communication with the Spirit of his dead daughter Jane Elizabeth Pierce
L02.143 Excerpt from Massachusetts School Law of 1647
L02.144 "Massachusetts A Guide To Its Places and People"
L02.145 Letter to Wesley Watson
L02.146 Proclamation by the Governor of The Compulsory Work Law
L02.147 "The World's Work" - War Manual of the Great 1914 European Conflict
L02.148 Complaint against John Evans by Sarah Smith
L02.149 " A Proclamation For A Day Of Public Thanksgiving And Praise"
L02.150 "A Proclamation For A Day Of Thanksgiving and Praise"
L02.151 "Will Visit Native Land" from The Greenfield Recorder
L02.152 "The Poles at Turners Falls" article from Greenfield Gazette and Courier newspaper
L02.153 "The Need of an Immigration Test" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Courier newspaper
L02.154 "Deerfield"- Sheldon talks about Monuments
L02.155 "Deerfield Street"- Rebuttal on Monuments
L02.156 "Deerfield" regarding Monument Banter
L02.157 "Are We To Be Polanized?" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Courier newspaper
L02.158 "Farmers Value Polish Help"
L02.159 Advertisement from L.R. Paige for Electric signs
L02.160 "Cloth from the Mill" advertisement
L02.161 "Greenfield Granite and Marble Co." advertisement
L02.162 "Hill Machine Works" Advertisement
L02.163 "Experienced Girls Wanted" advertisement
L02.164 "Girls Wanted" advertisement
L02.165 "The Incoming of the Poles"
L02.166 "The Boy Scouts Year Book"
L02.167 "Deerfield Gave Warm Reception To Trolleys"
L02.168 "Deerfield Electric Road"
L02.169 "Saranac Lake in Winter"
L02.170 "Saratoga Illustrated: The Visitor's Guide to Saratoga Springs"
L02.171 "Views On And About Mt. Tom And Of Mt.Tom Railroad"
L02.172 "The Hermit of Erving Castle"
L02.173 "Picturesque Hampden"
L02.174 "History and Proceedings of the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association"
L02.175 "The Deerfield Renaissance" from New England Magazine
L03.001 Proclamation regarding Shays' Rebellion
L03.002 Exhibition Ball Invitation
L03.003 Court Ball Invitation
L03.004 Examination Ball Invitation
L03.005 "How to Use Florence Knitting Silk"
L03.006 "Illustrated Memoir of the World War"
L03.007 Thank you letter to Emeline Ward for contribution to Amer. Unitarian Assoc. to benefit Montana Industrial School for Crow Indian
L03.008 "Proportions and Directions for Making Lee's Patent Mineral and Vegetable Soap"
L03.009 Trade Card of Hawks & Reed-Clothiers
L03.010 "Decorative Painting"
L03.011 "Mark's China Putty, For Cementing Glass And China Ware"
L03.012 "Miner's Lemon Standard Extract"
L03.013 "A Trip To Boston"
L03.014 "Auction! The Lee Place"
L03.015 "Boots, Shoes & Rubbers for Everybody at Sovereign's Cash Shoe Store"
L03.016 "Price List of Joiners' Bench Planes and Moulding Tools, Manufactured by the Greenfield Tool Company"
L03.017 "New Home Sewing Machine Co. of Orange, Mass."
L03.018 "Amherst House."
L03.019 "Map of Amherst Made For The Handbook of Amherst"
L03.020 "For the town of Amherst, education the leading 'industry'"
L04.001 "An Address Delivered Before the Hampshire, Franklin, & Hampden Agricultural Society; at Northampton, Oct. 24, 1827."
L04.002 Affidavit for Wilson's plough
L04.003 J. Wilson's Improved Cast iron Plough
L04.004 Patent application for J. Wilson's plough
L04.005 Mint Industry from "The History of the Town of Ashfield"
L04.006 Map of Western Massachusetts from History of Western Massachusetts
L04.007 "The American Duroc-Jersey Swine Breeders Association"
L04.008 Official Bulletin of the Mohawk Klan
L04.009 Franklin County Cadet -1845
L04.010 "The History of the Insurrections in Massachusetts in the year seventeen hundred and eighty six and the Rebellion"
L04.011 Captain Daniel Shays' House from "The History of Pelham from 1738 to 1898 including the Early History of Prescott"
L04.012 "History of Hatfield Massachusetts"
L04.013 Letter to David Hoyt [Hoit] regarding Shays' Rebellion
L04.014 Advertising Card from L. A. Cook & Co.
L04.015 "Teachers' Institute"
L04.016 To Nationalize the GREEN O HORSE RADISH
L04.017 Hannah Phelps account book
L04.018 Frances Miles account book
L04.019 Letter from Teacher Mary Montague
L04.020 Letter to Colonel Israel Williams
L04.021 Letter to Lt. James Stewart
L04.022 Letter to Williams & Upham
L04.023 Letter to John Williams
L04.024 Letter to John Williams
L04.025 Letter to John Williams
L04.026 Letter to Israel Williams
L04.027 Letter to Elihu Ashley
L04.028 Letter to Mary (Polly) Ashley
L04.029 Letter to Zadock Hawks
L04.030 Warrant of Distress of Benoni Grover of Montague
L04.031 Military Commission of Lemuel Taylor
L04.032 Military Commission of Epaphras Hoyt
L04.033 Receipt for firearms of Theodore Barnard
L04.034 Oath of Allegiance of Isaac Abercrombie
L04.035 Military Commission of Isaac Abercrombie
L04.036 Legal document of Debtor Joshua Sweet
L04.037 Writ of Amasa Smith against Abel Densmore
L04.038 Writ of Martha Ruggles against Ebenezer Wells
L04.039 Receipt of Cornelius Jones
L04.040 Promissory Note of Hezekiah Newcomb
L04.041 Military Commission of Seth Nims
L04.042 Shelburne Committee addresses Selectmen of Deerfield in Town Warrant
L04.043 Tax Receipt of Justin Hitchcock
L04.044 Tax receipt of Justin Hitchcock
L04.045 Tax receipt of Alpheus Moore for Ebenezer Hinsdale's property
L04.046 "Acts and Laws, Passed by the General Court of Massachusetts"
L04.047 "Pegasus of Apollo" from "The Worcester Magazine"
L04.048 Photograph of Luke Day's headquarters from the "Springfield Republican"
L04.049 Public Vendue of land in Bernardston for non-payment of taxes to Caleb Chapin
L04.050 Act by House of Representatives issued to Bernardston selectmen to hold town meeting to vote on the Constitution
L04.051 Capt. Moses Scott military settlement
L04.052 Letter to Colrain Selectmen regarding Insurgents
L04.053 Letter to Lt. James Stewart regarding Insurgents
L04.054 List of Colrain Insurgents
L04.055 Tax Assessment notice to Town of Buckland
L04.056 Tax Assessment notice for town of Buckland
L04.057 Excerpt from "Colrain's Early Days" from Field Meeting of the PVMA held at Colrain
L04.059 Hatfield Convention of 1782
L04.060 Letter to Israel Williams
L04.061 Complaint of Distress against Thomas Rose by Job Barstow
L04.062 Old Meeting House from Pelham Bicentennial Celebration, 1743-1946
L04.063 Writ against Standish Foster by Daniel Coon
L04.064 Writ against Amos Thomas by John and Samuel Frink
L04.065 Complaint of Distress against Heman Farnham
L04.066 Oath of Allegiance of Ruben Graves
L04.067 Writ and promissory note against John Wing of Conway
L04.068 Schedule of the whole number of Persons within the Division alloted to William Shepard and David Sexton to enumerate, 1790
L04.069 Letter to Aaron Willard regarding slave
L04.070 Military Commission of Benjamin Maynard
L04.071 Letter from Daniel Shays printed in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.072 Hampshire Gazette newspaper article about organizing regiments
L04.073 Newspaper article from the Hampshire Gazette regarding the court
L04.074 "To the good people of the Town of Deerfield" address published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.075 "To the good People of the Town of Deerfield" article in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.076 "From the Worcester Magazine" article in Hampshire Gazette on Shays' Rebellion insurgents
L04.077 Letter printed in the Hampshire Gazette regarding selecting convention delegate
L04.078 Hampshire Gazette newspaper article on Shays' Rebellion
L04.079 Hampshire Gazette newspaper article on Shays' Rebellion
L04.080 "Copy of a letter from Gen. Lincoln to Capt. Shays" in Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L04.081 Copy of a letter published in the Hampshire Gazette regarding Shays' Insurgents
L04.082 Editorial "To the Public" on the Constitution published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.083 Testamonial by Daniel Shays in the Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L04.084 Letter to Governor James Bowdoin published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.085 Notice to General Shepard regarding disarming his militia published in the Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L04.086 Petition to General Shepard in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.087 Extract of a Letter regarding fate of the insurgents published in the Hamsphire Gazette
L04.088 Letters to Capt. Shays and General Shepard published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.089 "The Confession of Judah Marsh" published in the Hamsphire Gazette
L04.090 Letter to Capt. Harvey requesting assistance published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.091 Circulating letter asking for help in destroying Lincoln's troops published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.092 "The Song" published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.093 State of Rhode Island issueing of paper money and voting requirements published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.094 Letter to Governor Bowdoin published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.095 Proclamation regarding apprehension of Shays' Insurgents published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.096 Court verdicts of punishment for Shays' Insurgents published in the Hamsphire Gazette
L04.097 "Mass Convention at Old Deerfield"
L04.098 "Pocumtuck Memorial Hall Perspective View"
L04.099 Southern papers suggest dissolution of the Confederation of States article published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.100 Insurgents in Northfield article published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.101 Capture of Dr. Pomery by Insurgents article published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.102 Resolution regarding town officers to take oaths published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.103 Notice of non-payment of taxes from Conway article published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.104 Delegates to the State Convention article published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.105 Votes of counties at the Massachusetts State Convention article published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.106 Letter to Colonel Hyde from an insurgent published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.107 Letter from Insurgent to Col. Clark and others published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.108 "A Crostick" poem published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.109 Public Vendue notice to some residents of Charlemont published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.110 "Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States" book advertisement in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.111 "Ratification of the Federal Constitution by Massachusetts" published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.112 Public Vendue notice of Nathaniel Dickinson published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.113 "Unimproved Land for Sale" ad published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.114 Extract on George Washington's farm, and state of America article published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.115 Letter to George and Augustus Fuller
L04.116 "National Ball" invitation
L04.117 Letter to George and Elizabeth Fuller
L04.118 "To the Public" statement from the publisher of the Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L04.119 "A Proclamation" published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.122 "Petition of Robin Hood" article published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.123 General assembly of Rhode Island article published in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.124 Convention at Hatfield article in the Hampshire Gazette
L04.125 Tax Form F
L04.126 "History of Worcester, Massachusetts from its earlest settlement to September, 1836"
L04.127 Voting Circular from the Whig State Central Committee
L04.128 Letter to Elijah Dwight Williams
L04.129 Excerpt from "Our Busy Town"
L04.130 "Deerfield History"
L04.131 Lincoln and Hamlin Election Ticket
L04.132 Douglas and Johnson Democratic Ticket and Bell and Everett National Union Ticket
L04.133 Vote of Franklin County
L04.134 Continental Currency in various amounts
L04.135 Breck, Shephard, and Clark General Store Ad in Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L04.136 Petition to the Judges of the Superior Court
L04.137 Shelburne Town Meeting
L04.138 Military letter regarding men, arms and clothing
L04.139 Warrant for Train Band parade
L04.140 Resolve by the State of Massachusetts-Bay requring all towns to supply a record of reimbursements made to soldiers & families
L04.141 Letter To Colonel Samuel Williams
L04.142 Women Vote article published in Gazette and Courier
L04.143 The Election article poublished in the Greenfield Gazette and Mercury newspaper
L04.144 Delegates from abolitionist sector nominate Hubbard for Congressman article in Greenfield Gazette and Mercury newspaper
L04.146 Official Ballot for Shelburne
L04.147 Franklin Does Her Share article published in Greenfield Gazette and Mercury newspaper
L04.148 The Western Battle Ground article published in the Greenfield Gazette and Courier newspaper
L04.149 The Electoral Vote article published in the Greenfield Gazette and Courier newspaper
L04.150 McKinley Sure article published in the Greenfield Gazette and Courier newspaper
L04.151 The Town that can't be licked article published in the Daily Hampshire Gazette Bicentennial newspaper
L05.001 Toasts for Independence
L05.002 "A History of Williamsburg in Massachusetts"
L05.003 "A Full and Graphic Account of the Terrible Mill River Disaster, caused by the Breaking of a Reservoir in Hampshire County"
L05.004 Page from Amasa Jones diary regarding Mill River Disaster Flood
L05.005 Page from Josiah Allen diary regarding Mill River Disaster Flood
L05.006 "The Mill River Disaster" article from the Journal of Industry newspaper
L05.007 "Terrible Horror" article from the Journal of Industry newspaper
L05.008 "Reservoir Disaster" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.009 "True Heroes" article from scrapbook kept by Celia M. Kimball
L05.010 South Deerfield article from Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.011 "Harper's Weekly Journal of Civilization" illustrations of Mill River Disaster Flood
L05.012 "Daily Graphic" newspaper illustration- 'Birdseye View of the Williamsburgh Reservior with the Ruined Dam'
L05.013 "Mill River Calamity" from "Harper's Weekly"
L05.014 Page from the"Franklin H. Williams Diary from 1852 to 1891"
L05.015 "Old Hampshire Anti-Slavery Society" article from Greenfield Gazette & Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.016 "County Anti-Slavery Meeting" article from Gazette and Mercury newspaper
L05.017 "Anti-Slavery Convention" article from Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.018 "Anti Slavery Lecture" article from Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.019 "Anti-Slavery Meeting" article from Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.020 Pages from the diary of Martha Cochran
L05.021 "Emigrants to Liberia" article from Gazette and Mercury newspaper
L05.022 "Slavery Notice" article from Gazette and Mercury newspaper
L05.023 "Anti-Slavery Convention in Franklin County" article from Greenfield Gazette & Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.024 "Religious Anniversaries" article from Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.025 "For the Gazette and Mercury" article on missions for the newspaper
L05.026 Excerpts from "A Record of the Doings of the Hawley Female Charitable Society"
L05.027 Excerpts of the "Constitution of the Hawley Female Charitable Society"
L05.028 Pages from the "Records of the Female Benevolent Society of the Town of Deerfield"
L05.029 "Temperance in Schools" article from Gazette and Mercury newspaper
L05.030 "Whately Rummery" article from Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.031 "Temperance Meeting" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.032 "Temperance Meeting" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.033 "Popery-Temperance" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.034 The Constitution of the Deerfield Temperance Society
L05.035 Excerpt from Volume II of the Adelphi Society Records
L05.036 Letter to Aaron Fuller from son Elijah
L05.037 "Public Lectures on Slavery" article from Gazette and Mercury newspaper
L05.038 "Miss Lucy Stone" article from Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.039 "Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society" article in Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.040 "Congress Jan. 9" article from Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.041 Excerpt from "Equal Rights- Condition in some parts of Europe" article from The Liberator newspaper
L05.042 Excerpt "On the Condition of Women in the United States" article from The Liberator newspaper
L05.043 Partial letter to Louisa Higginson from son regarding politics and slavery
L05.044 Bill to Elijah Fuller regarding cotton
L05.045 "Lowell" article regarding cotton mills from Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.046 "For the Gazette and Mercury" a Pro-slavery newspaper article
L05.047 Pages from "The Great South: A Record of Journeys" on cotton statistics in U.S.
L05.048 "Roman Catholic Provincial Council" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.049 "Arrival of Missionaries" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.050 "Tribute to American Ladies" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.051 "Revival in Pittsfield" article from the Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.052 "Bible of the Papists" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald
L05.053 "Departure of the Missionaries" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.054 "Miss Harriet Martineau" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.055 "Geo. Thompson in Springfield" article from the Boston Courier newspaper
L05.056 "Roman Catholics" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.057 "Grecian Proclamation" article from the Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.058 "The Importance of Female Influence in the Support of Religion. A Sermon, delivered to a charitable Female Association"
L05.059 "Motives for Well-Doing. A Sermon, Delivered in Northampton, August 24, 1815. Before the Hampshire Missionary Society"
L05.060 "The Day-Star: A Monthly Magazine devoted The Revival of Religion"
L05.061 Letter to Aaron Fuller from son George re: slave market
L05.062 Letter to Aaron Fuller from brother John Emery regarding religious revival
L05.063 "Outrages on Colored Soldiers" article from the National Anti-Slavery Standard newspaper
L05.064 "On the Passage of the Constitutional Amendment" poem from the National Anti-Slavery Standard newspaper
L05.065 "Arming the Slaves" article from the National Anti-Slavery Standard newspaper
L05.066 "Call for more Missionaries" article from the Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.067 "Modern Crusading" article from the Franklin Herald newspaper with reply
L05.069 "The Fugitive Slave Question- Who passed it?" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.070 "Temperance and Abolition Celebration at North Leverett" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.071 "Mr. Editor" article for the Gazette and Courier newspaper on the doings of the Sabbath school in South Deerfield for July 4th
L05.072 "Annual Meeting of the Franklin County Temperance Society" article from the Gazette and Mercury newspaper
L05.073 Two pages from diary of Sophronia Grout on Religious Revival
L05.074 "American Missionary Association Circular"
L05.075 Excerpts on slavery from "Anecdotes and Reminiscences . A Labor of Love"
L05.076 Cold Water Pledge insignia
L05.077 Boston Museum ad from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.078 "Irish Immigration" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.079 "Ku-Klux-Klan" article in the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.080 Title page from "Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly"
L05.081 Excerpts from "A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin Presenting the Original Facts and Documents Upon Which the Story is Founded"
L05.082 "Correspondence between Lydia Maria Child and Gov. Wise and Mrs. Mason, of Viriginia"
L05.083 Some pages of letter to Francis Higginson from father Stephen Higginson II
L05.084 Excerpts from "Diary kept from Date of Father's Death- 1860" on President Lincoln
L05.085 "Proceedings on the Trial of the Dominic Daley and James Halligan"
L05.086 "Deerfield" article on the death of David Starr Hoyt from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.087 "Growth and Future of the Nation" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.088 "Northampton" article on Dealey [Daley] and Halligan from the Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L05.089 "Emigration from Britain to America" article from the Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L05.090 "Paupers in Massachusetts" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.091 "Insurrection at Harper's Ferry" article from the Franklin Democrat newspaper
L05.092 "President Lincoln" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.093 "John Brown" poem from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.094 "Letter from Mrs. L. M. Child" to Friend Garrison published in the National Anti-Slavery Standard newspaper
L05.095 "Disgraceful Outrage" article on the Ursuline Convent from the Boston Courier newspaper
L05.096 "A Plea for the West" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.097 "Population and Statistics of Franklin County" article from the Gazette and Courier Newspaper
L05.098 "The Figures of Population" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.099 Pages from the Annual Report of the Treasurer, Selectmen, and School Committee to the Inhabitants of the Town of Deerfield
L05.100 "American Slavery" article from the Gazette and Mercury newspaper
L05.101 "Mr. Adams's Oration" article from the Gazette and Mercury newspaper
L05.102 "Disgraceful" article about mob at Garrison Abolition Society's anniversary celebration from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.103 "Gilt Edged Paper" article tells of a death threat to the editor of The Emancipator in the Gazette and Mercury newspaper
L05.104 "Increase in the Slave Population in the United States" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.105 Letter to Agnes Gordon Cochran Higginson regarding slavery and democracy
L05.106 William Garrison speech to YMCA on "Liberty in its Relations to Popular Government" article from Gazette & Courier newspaper
L05.107 Article about wrongful arrest suits by rescuers of Shadrich from Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.108 "Arrest of a Fugitive Slave in Boston" article from Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.109 "The Dred Scott Case" article in the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.110 "The Dred Scott Case" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.111 "Slave Case in Connecticut" article from the Gazette and Mercury newspaper
L05.112 "The Decision of the Supreme Court" article in the Franklin Democrat newspaper
L05.113 "Hints to School Masters" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.114 "Influence of Schoolmasters" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.115 "Sanderson Academy" ad from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.116 "Mount Holyoke" sonnet on the death of Mary Lyon
L05.117 "Buckland Female School" ad from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.118 "Reflections on the Present State of Things" article from Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.119 Proposal of the 14th Amendment by Congress article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.120 Article about universal suffrage and freedom of elections in the Gazette and Mercury newspaper
L05.121 Letter to Augustus Fuller from brother George regarding negro painting
L05.122 Excerpts from the diary of George Fuller
L05.123 "Eight-Hour Proclamation" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.124 "Improvement" article from the New York Ladies Chronicle republished in the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.125 "Italian Vagrants" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.126 "Greenfield Lyceum" ad from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.127 "State of Irish Poor" article from in the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.128 "For Whom Will the Irish Vote?" article from The Emancipator newspaper
L05.129 "Texas. 1000 Emigrant Families" article from the Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
L05.130 Letter to Stephen Higginson III from his father
L05.131 "Alton-Mob-Murder and Arson" article from the Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L05.132 Letter to George Fuller regarding the 13th Amendment
L05.133 "Constitutional Amendments" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.134 "How the news of the Constitutional Amendment was received" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.135 "Amendment of the Constitution the Only Way to Kill Slavery" article from Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.136 "The News from Home. Greenfield Items" excerpt on the passage of the Constitution Amendment fr. the Gazette & Courier newspaper
L05.137 "The Constitutional Amendment" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L05.138 Letter to George Fuller from wife Agnes regarding Christmas
L05.139 Letter to Emily Bartlett from cousin Eunice Sherman Tabor regarding Christmas
L05.140 Letter to Rebecca Williams from Brother Ephraim Williams, Jr. On Catholicism, etc.
L05.141 Letter to Mary Cochran from daughter Martha Cochran regarding Miss Martineau
L05.142 Athol
L05.143 Athol images from "Picturesque Worcester, Part II- North"
L05.144 "The History of the Town of Royalston, Massachusetts"
L05.145 "Quabbin Reservoir Water Starts Flowing" article from Quabbin Reservoir scrapbook
L05.146 "Old Buildings are Moved out of Quabbin Area" article from scrapbook on Quabbin Reservoir
L05.147 "Portraits of History- Historic Places in the Orange-Athol Area: A Fascinating Look into the Past"
L05.148 "Terrible Storm" article from Greenfield Gazette newspaper
L05.149 "Chicopee, On Emergency Basis, Hopes Worst Past" article from unknown newspaper
L05.150 "An Atlas of the Quabbin Valley Past and Present"
L05.151 Three Athol Images from "Quabbin's Railroad: The Rabbit"
L05.152 "Deerfield Men Feed London Pigeons" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette featuring WWII soldiers
L05.153 WWII Disabled American Veterans card of Frank Dahowski, Jr.
L05.154 WWII Honorable Discharge card belonging to Frank Dahowski, Jr.
L05.155 WWII Registration Card belonging to Frank Dahowski, Jr.
L05.156 WWII War Ration Book 2
L05.157 WWII War Ration Book 4
L05.158 WWII Draft Registration Card of Caryll Crafts
L05.159 WWII Ration Mailing form
L05.160 WWII Application for Renewal of Fuel Oil ration
L05.161 WWII Fuel Ration Identification Folder
L05.162 WWII Class 3 Fuel Oil Ration coupons
L05.163 WWII Class 4 fuel oil ration coupons
L05.164 WWII Application for Home Canning Sugar Allowance
L05.165 WWII Mileage Ration Identification card
L05.166 WWII Mileage Rationing Record
L05.167 WWII Sugar Purchase Certificate
L05.168 WWII Blackout Memo Deerfield Residents
L05.169 WWII CD Warden's Report Form
L05.170 WWII Air Raid Warning Instructions Card
L05.171 WWII Air Raid Warning Instructions
L05.172 "The Dilemma" political cartoon from the Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L05.173 "A Hard Nag to Ride" political cartoon from the Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L05.174 "It Ain't the Heat!" political cartoon from the Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L06.001 "Our Dark Day" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L06.002 Broadside of Abraham Lincoln's elegy
L06.003 Ticket to the Memorial Service of Abraham Lincoln
L06.004 "Wage and Dispute at Monroe Bridge Causes Dismissal of Score in Department" article from the Greenfield Daily Recorder newspaper
L06.005 "Unusual Store Prices in Many Local Stores Tomorrow" article from the Greenfield Daily Recorder newspaper
L06.006 "Immigration Restrictions Tightened to Alleviate Unemployment Situation" article from the Greenfield Daily Recorder newspaper
L06.007 "Arms Faculty Voluntarily Accepts Salary Reduction" article from the Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.008 "Share the Work Campaign Gets Under Way at Meeting" article from the Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette Newspaper
L06.009 "Welfare Workers on Hope Street Job Ask Two Packages of Tobacco" article from the Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.010 "Local Council of Unemployed Has 230 Members" article from the Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.011 Excerpt from diary of Clara Alquist-Sherman regarding The Great Depression
L06.012 "GTD Makes John Grant's Invention Known Around World" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.013 "America's Entire Strength Is Now Concentrated on Our War Effort" ad for GTD from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.014 "Millers Falls Company Arises From Nash's Mill Ashes" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.015 "Making High Grade Tools for Industry Since 1868" Millers Falls Company ad from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.016 "Russian Émigré Revolutionizes World's Photo Enlarging Process" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.017 "Darling Expands Parts Manufacturing Ten-Fold Since Firm Started in 1940" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.018 "Parts Manufacturing Co. 1940-1953" Ad from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.019 "Old Medicine Man Founded Toiletine Co." article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.020 "Evarosa Remedial Tonic Label" from Toiletine Company in Greenfield
L06.021 "Insist on Having Miner's Flavoring Extracts" Ad from Gazette and Courier newspaper
L06.022 "Threadwell In New Industrial Era After Decades of Varying Fortunes" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.023 "Threadwell The Greenfield Plant That Is Making History In The Precision Tool Field!" ad from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette
L06.024 "Tracing The Fall And Rise Of Greenfield Business For 14 Years" graph from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.025 Pages from "Those Green River Knives"
L06.026 Dyno-Mite WWII newsletter cover from Millers Falls (Tool) Company
L06.027 Nazi statement from Millers Falls Company employee
L06.028 Trade Card of the New Home Sewing Machine Company
L06.029 Plant of the Threadwell Tap & Die Company
L06.030 Letter to Leon Weeks from Raytheon Company
L06.031 "Hangar Queen" ad from Aero Digest for Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation
L06.032 "To You- Who Helped Us Win the Army-Navy "E" Ad in Aero Digest by Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation
L06.033 John Russell Cutlery Grinding Room Employees
L06.034 John Russell Cutlery Etching and Cleaning Department Employees
L06.035 "Protecting Freedom" article from The Recorder newspaper
L06.036 "Congress passes $40 billion to fight terrorism" article from The Recorder newspaper
L06.037 "Hippies and the War" editorial from The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L06.038 "Counting Our Blessings!" cartoon from The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L06.039 "Violence Seen Probable in D.C. Demonstration" article from The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L06.040 "Police, Protesters Clash" article from The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L06.041 "Quakers Plan More Gifts for Vietnam War Victims" article in The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L06.042 "Anarchists Blamed for Dissension" article in The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L06.043 "UM Students Protest Move Into Cambodia" article in The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L06.044 "War Protest Keeps New England College Campuses in Ferment" article in The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L06.045 "TFHS Students Share "A Day of Concern" article in The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L06.046 "Students Trying to Convert Congressmen" article in The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L06.047 "U.S. Planes Hit North Vietnam... " article in The Greenfield Record-Gazette newspaper
L06.048 "President Still Hopes for Peace" article in The Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.049 "Goldwater Backs President's Acts in Emergency" article in The Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.050 "Don't Tread On Us" editorial in The Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.051 "Communication Trouble" editorial in The Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.052 "ACLU Would Impeach Nixon" letter in The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L06.053 "Showdown Looms On War Powers Issue" article in The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L06.054 "Senate Bill Would Limit U.S. Combat" article in The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L06.055 Tide of Immigration article in The Gazette and Courier newspaper
L06.056 Leaders in Congress to Shut off all Immigration article in The Gazette and Courier newspaper
L06.057 "Communist Impudence" article in The Gazette and Courier newspaper
L06.058 WWII letter on African-Americans
L06.059 WWII letter regarding African Americans
L06.060 WWII political letter to Henry L. Clarke
L06.061 Letter to Ward and Annie Clarke about Communism
L06.062 "Turners Falls Post Plans Alien, Propaganda Check" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.063 "Senate Judiciary Approves Alien Restrictions" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.064 "High Court Bars Alien Deportation" article in Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.065 Editorial on "Sen. Joseph McCarthy" from the Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.066 "Washington Merry-Go-Round" article in Greenfield Recorder-Gazette
L06.067 "Will Geer, Movie Actor, Keeps Silent on Past" article from the Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.068 "Stevens May Resign If He Does Not Receive Support From Eisenhower" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L06.069 "Committee Recommends Senate Censure McCarthy, Charges He Treated Group Contemptuously" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette
L06.070 Deerfield Town Warrant on Declaration of Independence from Great Britain
L06.071 Civil War Certificate of Non-Liability for Substitute
L06.072 "Harvard Red Caught on Karlsruhe; Anti-Nazi Exploit Baffles Officials" article from Boston Herald newspaper
L06.073 Pages on Communism from "The Challenge to Liberty"
L06.074 "Twenty-first Triennial Alumni Association of State Normal School at Westfield, Massachusetts" program
L06.075 "Catalogue of the State Normal School at Westfield, Mass., for the year ending July 29, 1860"
L06.076 "Catalogue of the State Normal School at Westfield, Mass. For the year ending July 26, 1859"
L06.077 Plans of Springfield, Chicopee Falls and Cabotville
L06.078 "Permanent Regulations & By-laws, Annual Reports..School Committee..Town of Chicopee"
L06.079 "A Catalogue of the Books contained in the Chicopee Town Library, together with general regulations of the same."
L06.080 Pages from the "Annals of Chicopee Street Records and Reminiscences of an Old New England Parish.."
L06.081 "Address to the Ladies"poem in Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L06.082 Petition of Convention of Hampshire County article from the Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L06.083 Published letter to Thomas Grover from the Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L06.084 Delegates of Philadelphia Convention article from the Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L06.085 Letter to Commanding Officer in Gilford from Colrain's Colonel Hugh McClellan regarding land disputes in New York
L06.086 Letter from George Washington to resident in Dublin published in the Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L07.001 Pages from "Home and Community Hygiene- A Text-book of Personal and Public Health"
L07.002 "Giant U.S. Air, Naval Task Force Begins Mining Entrances To Haiphong, Other Ports" article from Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L07.003 "Serious Riot" article regarding Irish Laborers reprinted in Franklin Democrat newspaper from the Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L07.004 "Emigration from England" article in Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L07.005 "To the Benevolent People of Berkshire, Hampden and Hampshire Counties" article on Irish aid in the Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L07.006 "Give Me Three Grains of Corn, Mother" poem in the Hamsphire Gazette newspaper
L07.007 "Aid for Ireland" article in Hampshire Gazette newspaper reprinted from Springfield Republican newspaper
L07.008 "Aid for Ireland" article from Gazette and Courier newspaper
L07.009 "Deerfield- It's Early Beauty Has Never Left" article from Tercentenary Recorder newspaper
L07.010 Excerpts from "The Congressional Globe" on the ship Macedonian for Use to Aid Irish Relief
L07.011 Pages from "A New Pictorial History of Greenfield" on railroads
L07.012 "Immigrant Sweat built Paper City" article from Sunday Republican newspaper
L07.013 "At Work" photo & "History Finds Irish in Holyoke in 1663" from "Irish Heritage Important to Wmass.. in The Republican newspaper
L07.014 "Recalling Irish Muscle that built Mass. Railroads" article from Daily Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L07.015 Excerpts from"Profiles of the Past An illustrated history of Ashburnham, Gardner Hubbardston,Templeton, Westminster, Winchendon"
L07.016 "Any Cowboys, Gran'pa?" cartoon on H-bomb in Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L07.017 "800 Troops See Dummy 'A-Bomb' At Fort Devens" article in Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L07.018 "Say Russian Atomic Particles Falling On Japan" article in the Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L07.019 "Britain Gets Jitters Over Hydrogren Bomb" article in Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L07.020 "Views of Readers: CD Seeks Volunteers" editorial in Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L07.021 Deerfield Town Warrant regarding making peace with Great Britain
L07.022 Excerpts from Rev. Robert Crawford's diary about labor issues, Haymarket and Westfield Normal School
L07.023 "Sentenced to Death" article from Turners Falls Reporter newspaper on Haymarket rioters' fate
L07.024 Petersham
L07.025 Royalston
L07.026 Map of the Nipmuck or Nipmuck Country compiled from a 1774 Survey published in "The Old Indian Chronicle"
L07.027 Plainfield
L07.028 Worthington
L07.029 Middlefield
L07.030 Granby and Huntington
L07.031 South Hadley
L07.032 Ware
L07.033 Easthampton (and Northampton)
L07.034 Northampton (and Easthampton)
L07.035 Westfield Map
L07.036 Pages from Williams & Upham account book
L07.037 Pages from John Williams Day book
L07.038 "An address to the People of Several Towns" article regarding Shays' Rebellion, in Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L07.039 List of grievances by Shaysite Thomas Grover -article published in Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L07.040 "List of Grievances" poem published in the Hampshire Gazette newspaper.
L07.041 Letter to the Printer regarding Shays Rebellion published in the Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L07.042 Letter from Shays' officers to John Brown of Whately published in Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L07.045 Resolve by Massachusetts Senate on soldier's pay article from The Independent Chronicle and the Universal Advertiser newspaper
L07.046 Act of General Court regarding value of bills of public credit article in The Independent Ledger & Amerian Advertiser newspaper
L07.047 "Undigested Ideas on Various Cases" article published in The Massachusetts Gazette or the General Advertiser newspaper
L07.048 Letter to Christopher Tyler Arms from Rodolphus Dickinson on Independence and duel between Burr and Hamilton
L07.049 Order for provisions for governmental troops during Shays' Rebellion
L07.050 Disqualification Act broadside issued by Gov. James Bowdoin during Shays' Rebellion
L07.051 Poem on Shays' Rebellion from The New-Haven Gazette and The Connecticut Magazine newspaper
L07.052 Excerpt of Willard letter to E. B. Wilson on Shays' Insurrection of 1786
L07.053 Excerpts from Remembrance of Captain Park Holland and his participation in Shays' Rebellion
L07.054 Journal of Sarah Howe on Shays' Rebellion
L07.055 Pages from the second Journal of Sarah Howe on Shays' Rebellion
L07.056 Letter to Rev. Erza Stiles on Shays' Rebellion reprinted in "The New-Haven Gazette and The Connecticut Magazine"
L07.057 Multiple articles from The New-Haven Gazette and The Connecticut Magazine newspaper regarding Shays' Rebellion
L08.001 "Enemies of the Dream" cartoon printed in Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L08.002 "I got one of 'em just as she almost made it back to the church" cartoon from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.003 "Dropout" cartoon from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.004 "Marchers to Converge on Lincoln Memorial" and "Washington Will be Symbol of U.S. Power Marchers" article in GRG newspaper
L08.005 "Civil Rights Report" cartoon from Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L08.006 "Break-Through Accomplished" editorial from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.007 "Black Tragedy-" editorial from Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L08.008 "-And White As Well" editorial from Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L08.009 "Leaders of March Still Have Not Attained Goal" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.010 "Drama Vs. Reality" editorial from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.011 "King's Dream Speech In 1963 Urged Full Rights For Negroes" article from Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L08.012 "Gun Controls" editorial in Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L08.013 "The Old Conkey Tavern" from "The History of the Town of Amherst"
L08.014 "Philosophy put into action" article on Juanita Nelson in The Recorder newspaper
L08.015 Farm Sale for payment in public securities by John Muzzy, Jr. of Spencer, Mass. ad in The Massachusetts Spy newspaper
L08.017 "Soviets' 'Moon' Circling Globe at Terrific Speed" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.018 Petersham Town Records on Shays' Rebellion
L08.019 "Why Should Suffrage Be Imposed on Women?
L08.020 "Beecher on Female Suffrage" article from Greenfield Gazette and Courier newspaper
L08.021 "Magnificent Parade of Women" from "Around the World with a Camera"
L08.022 "Suffrage Canvass Success" article from The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L08.023 Excerpt from the "Boston Letter" article on Suffrage from Greenfield Gazette and Courier newspaper
L08.024 "T. F. Library Report Says 'Depression Reading' Ends" article from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.025 "Government Ready to Buy Butter and Beef for Needy" article from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.026 "Woman's Work" editorial from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.027 "For the Softies" editorial from the Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper reprinted from The Holyoke Transcript
L08.028 "Start New Gypsy Moth Campaign" article from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.029 "Sidewalk Begun at So. Deerfield" article from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.030 "Town Welfare Costs Far Below 1933 But Old Age Equals Entire 1924 Bill" article from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.031 "Alphabet Soup" editorial from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.032 "Federal Activities Reach Deeper Into Private Life" image from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.033 "Your Red Cross" ad from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.034 "Mrs. Roosevelt Rides Coal Car Into Mine Depths" photograph from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.035 "Deerfield and Bernardston Accept PWA; Northfield Rejects School Proposal" article from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette paper
L08.036 "New England Strike Grows All Fall River Mills Idle; President Seeks Mediators" article in the Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette
L08.037 "NRA Citizens Committee Told Factories Hired 225 More; Store Jobs Increase" article from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette paper
L08.038 "Franklin County to get C.C. Corps Camps in Four of State Forests at Once" article from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette paper
L08.039 "Influenza Epidemic Continues" article in Gazette and Courier newspaper
L08.040 "Influenza Returns- South Deerfield Had Severe Week With It" article from The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L08.041 "Influenza With Us- Epidemic Has Taken Hold of Greenfield" article from The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L08.042 "Protection Against Influenza" ad from The Greenfield Recorder newspaper
L08.043 Excerpts from "Local Matters" column regarding influenza from the Turners Falls Reporter newspaper
L08.045 "More Weight On Men, More Roads Through Forest Show Result of One Camp" article from the Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.046 "First Meals Served Transients in Renovated Pullman Hotel" article from the Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.047 "Social Security Measure To Provide For Old Age Signed By Pres. Roosevelt" article from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette
l08.047 Russell Cutlery Factory
L08.048 "Deerfield First To Receive Work Relief Allotment" article from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.049 "Federal Grants Pour Into Towns For WPA Plans" article from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.050 "County Towns Long Alternated On Allowing Local Liquor Sale" article from the Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
L08.051 Sketches of Brazil & Chili by Jeremiah Madison Doe on his voyage from Massachusetts around Cape Horn to California
L08.052 "President Welcomed- Colonel Roosevelt given enthusiastic greeting in our towns" article in The Greenfield Recorder
L09.001 Boston Commonwealth report of speech of Dana in behalf of Davis re: fugitive Shadrich article in Gazette and Courier newspaper
L09.002 The Boston Mob article regarding fugitive Shadrich in Gazette and Courier newspaper
L09.003 "Proclamation by the President" [Millard Fillmore] article in the Franklin Democrat newspaper
L09.004 "The Boston Mob" article to the Mayor in Gazette and Courier newspaper
L09.005 "To Hon. John P. Bigelow, Mayor Boston"article re: Shadrach and Webster's response to riot in the Franklin Democrat newspaper
L09.006 "Several Fathers" article re: Clay, Webster and Fillmore and Fugitive Slave Law in the Gazette and Courier newspaper
L09.007 Excerpts from "Reminiscences of Fugitive-Slave Law Days in Boston"
L09.008 Seating "Negroes" in the Old Hadley meetinghouse
L09.009 Williamsburgh, Massachusetts
L09.010 Hatfield, Massachusetts
L10.001 Letter from Rev. Henry H. Barber to his daughter Alice B. Coleman re: Boss Politics
L10.002 Photos of town of Ware and other Mass. towns from "The Complete Historical Record of New England's Stricken Area, 9-21-1938"
L10.003 Excerpts of Ware from The 1938 Hurricane- An Historical and Pictorial Summary
L10.004 Letter to Dorothy Ashley Williams from her husband William Williams telling her of George Washington's funeral
L10.005 Excerpt from "A Funeral Oration on the Death of George Washington"
L10.006 The Washington County Mutual Insurance Company broadside
L10.007 "Sacred Dirges, Hymns, and Anthems, commemorative of the death of General George Washington, The guardian of his country"
L10.008 "An oration delivered before the Washington Benevolent Society of Massachusetts, on the thirtieth day of April, 1813"
L10.009 Civil War letter to Stephen Higginson from his son regarding emancipation
L10.010 Civil War letter to Agnes Gordon Higginson Fuller from her sister regarding slavery
L10.012 Civil War letter from Thomas Wentworth Higginson to his brother, Stephen
L10.013 Workingmen's Association broadside
L10.014 "A Factory Girl" article in The Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L10.015 "Laws against colored people" article in The Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L10.016 "Shoe and Leather Dealers' Convention" article in The Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L10.017 Civil War letter from Thomas Wentworth Higginson to his brother Stephen
L10.018 Partial Civil War letter from Annie Higginson to her sister, Agnes Fuller
L10.019 Civil War letter from Agnes Cochran Higginson to her daughter, Agnes Fuller
L11.001 "Mt. Holyoke Female Seminary" article in the Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L11.002 Mount Holyoke Female Seminary article from Hampshire Gazette newspaper
L12.001 Confederate Currency from the State of North Carolina
L12.002 Pages from the Diary of Samuel King
L12.003 "Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral"
L12.004 "Deerfield History"
L12.005 "Ingenious Epitaph" a poem from Greenfield Gazette newspaper
L12.006 "Wants A Place" ad in the Greenfield Gazette newspaper
L12.007 Article by Pompey on President Jefferson in the Greenfield Gazette reprinted from the Massachusetts Spy newspaper
L12.008 Article published in letter form to Benjamin Banneker from Thomas Jefferson in the Greenfield Gazette newspaper
L12.009 Letter printed in article form to Thomas Jefferson from Benjamin Banneker in the Greenfield Gazette newspaper
L12.010 "Census of Several States" taken from Thomas's Almanack for 1792 tallied by Office of the Secretary of State
L12.011 Article on the Constitution and Slavery from The Hampshire Gazette Newspaper
L98.001 "Greenfield, Mass."
L98.002 "Mt. Toby, Mass."
L98.003 "Shelburne Falls, Mass."
L98.005 "Deerfield Centre/South Deerfield"
L98.006 "Plan of Deerfield in the County of Franklin from Actual Survey"
L98.007 Lot Survey of Deerfield
L98.008 "Albany Road Cemetery, 1696-1929"
L98.009 "Deerfield Street"
L98.011 "Plan of the Town of Deerfield"
L98.012 Deed of Pacomtuck land granted by Chauk to Dedham residents
L98.013 Deed of Pacomtuck land granted by Ahimunquat to Dedham residents
L98.014 Deed of Pacomtuck land granted by Mashalisk to John Pynchon
L98.015 Military Commission of Lt. Colonel Joseph Stebbins (1749-1816)
L98.017 "Map of New-England"
L98.018 "Negro Slavery in Old Deerfield"
L98.019 "New Attack on Deerfield. By Moving Picture Red Skins."
L98.020 "Mrs. Eunice Williams"
L98.021 "To All Who Feel An Interest In The Antiquities Of New-England"
L98.023 "Monument and Sugar-loaf Mountain, Deerfield"
L98.024 "Address delivered at South Deerfield, Aug 31, 1838 on the completion of the Bloody Brook Monument"
L98.025 "Peske-ompsk-ut; or, The Falls Fight"
L98.026 "A Brief Sketch of the First Settlement of Deerfield, Mass."
L98.027 "Sermon preached to 1st Congregational Society in Deerfield, Mass. and in the Hearing of Several Indians of Both Sexes Supposed"
L98.028 "A Century Sermon Preached at Deerfield, Feb. 29, 1804: In Commemoration of the Destruction of the Town by French and Indians"
L98.030 "What Befell Stephen Williams in his Captivity"
L98.033 "Tis Sixty Years Since. The Passing of the Stall-fed Ox and the Farm Boy"
L98.037 "Joseph Stebbins- A Pioneer at the Outbreak of the Revolution"
L98.039 "Geographical, Statistical & Historical View of the Town of Deerfield"
L98.040 "History of the Connecticut Valley in Massachusetts"
L98.041 "Little Captives of 1704"
L98.042 "History of Deerfield"
L98.043 "An Old Custom" -The Liberty Pole of Deerfield 1774
L98.044 "Deerfield Meeting House, Deerfield Mass."
L98.045 "The Advantages and Praises of Wisdom. A Sermon Delivered at Deerfield, Jan. 1, A.D. 1799, at the Opening of Academy"
L98.046 "A Study of Gravestones in the Old Cemetery at Deerfield"
L98.047 "Catalogue of Books in the Second Social Library, Deerfield, with the Bye Laws of the Company; and the Rules &..."
L98.048 "Lake Pleasant Campmeeting Guide for 1876"
L98.049 "Order of Exercises at the Dedication of the Soldiers' Monument, Deerfield Mass."
L98.051 "A Historic and Present Day Guide to Old Deerfield"
L98.052 "The American Anti-Slavery Almanac for 1838"
L98.053 "Negro Slavery in Massachusetts"
L98.054 "Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral"
L98.055 "Manual of Instruction in the Use of Dumb Bells and Indian Clubs & Other Exercises"
L98.056 "Picturesque Franklin"
L98.057 Appointment to Sheriff of Epaphras Hoyt
L98.059 Copyright Agreement for book entitled "Antiquarian Researches"
L98.061 "Review of the Military Operations in the Northern Campaign" by Epaphras Hoyt
L99.001 "Olde Deerfield Dolls"
L99.002 "To The Sons and Daughters of Franklin County," with a Poem about Bloody Brook.
L99.003 Image of Beaver
L99.007 Map of Europe 1822
L99.010 "Deerfield Massacre And Burning of 200 Years Ago Early In Queen Anne's War"
L99.012 "A Biographical Memoir of the Rev. John Williams"
L99.013 "The History of New England.."
L99.014 "The Deerfield Captive"
L99.015 "Pageant of Old Deerfield on the Grounds of the Allen Homestead"
L99.016 Pastoral Letter excerpted from "Good Fetch'd Out of Evil"
L99.017 Indenture between Justin Hitchcock and Moses Church
L99.018 Letter from Justin Hitchcock to Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt
L99.019 "Remarks and Observations" by Justin Hitchcock
L99.020 Ball Invitation for Stephen West Williams
L99.021 Medical Cases of Stephen West Williams: Angina Pectori.
L99.022 "Biographical Memoir of Rev. John Williams," by Stephen West Williams.
L99.023 "Ancient History of Pocomptuck or Deerfield...".by Stephen West Williams
L99.024 Medical proficiency certificate of William Stoddard Williams
L99.025 Letter to Dr. William Stoddard Williams from Oliver Partridge
L99.026 Dr. William Stoddard Williams' description of a throat distemper diagnosis
L99.027 Letter from Deerfield Selectmen re: travel of William Stoddard Williams
L99.028 Letter from Cynthia Williams to brother William Stoddard Williams
L99.029 A List of Wearing Apparel, Books, &c. of William Stoddard Williams
L99.030 Articles of Faith of William Stoddard Williams
L99.032 "True Stories of New England Captives"
L99.034 "The Pocumtuc Housewife; A Guide to Domestic Cookery"
L99.035 "Heredity and Early Environment of John Williams 'The Redeemed Captive'
L99.036 "The Conference at Deerfield, Mass., August 27-31, 1735 Between Gov. Belcher"
L99.037 Handicraft Vol. III, No. 11 -"How They Do It In Deerfield"
L99.038 Handicraft Vol. IV, No. 7 - symbols
L99.039 Handicraft Vol I No. VII - "The Movement for Village Industries"
L99.040 "George Fuller, His Life & Works - A Memorial"
L99.041 A Sermon Preach'd at Mansfield, August 4, 1741 -"The Power and Efficacy of the Prayers of the People of GOD"
L99.042 "A Sermon Preach'd at the Funeral of the Reverend Mr. John Williams"
L99.052 Letter to Aaron Fuller from George Fuller
L99.053 Letter to Agnes Higginson from George Fuller
L99.054 Letter to Agnes Higginson Fuller from George Fuller
L99.055 Letter to Henry Kirke Brown from George Fuller
L99.056 Mortgage Deed to Esther (Harding) Dickinson
L99.057 Will of Esther (Harding) Dickinson
L99.058 Estate Appraisal of Esther Dickinson
L99.061 "Strictures on Female Education"
L99.064 "Warnings To The Unclean": In A Discourse From Rev. XXI. 8. Preacht at Springfield Lecture, August 25th.1698.
L99.065 Esther Williams' Will
L99.066 Mrs. Esther Williams' inventory
L99.067 Estate Settlement of David Hoyt
L99.068 Inventory of David Hoyt
L99.069 Inventory of Edward Allyn
L99.070 Will of Edward Allyn
L99.071 Power of Attorney document, Eliezer Hawks
L99.072 Eliezer Hawks land contract
L99.073 Promissory note to John Pynchon from John Hawks
L99.074 John Hawks paid 1714, promisory note to John Pynchon
L99.075 Quitclaim of land in Deerfield, Massachusetts
L99.076 Settlement of the Estate of John Stebbins
L99.077 Distribution of the estate of John Wells
L99.078 Land transfer, John Williams to John Sheldon
L99.079 Letter to John Williams
L99.080 Thomas Wells distribution of property among children
L99.081 Town Meeting
L99.082 Notes from Deerfield Town Meeting
L99.083 Deerfield Town Meeting
L99.084 Deerfield Town Meeting
L99.085 Military Roster (Alarm List)
L99.086 List of Soldiers
L99.087 Post Rider, 1772-1773
L99.088 Zebulon Graves invoice for use of horse
L99.089 Clothing Allotment from Deerfield to Soldiers
L99.090 Supplies for Troops
L99.091 Notification to Consider Dickinson
L99.092 Boston Tea Party Report
L99.093 Colonel Elihu Hoyt Military Commission
L99.094 Colonel Elihu Hoyt notification to appear at military parade
L99.095 "Massachusetts Tax Valuation list of 1771"
L99.096 John Partridge Bull account book
L99.097 Deerfield Town Warrant
L99.098 Deerfield Town Warrant
L99.099 Letter to daughter, Dorothy Ashley
L99.100 Letter to daughter, Dorothy Ashley in Boston
L99.101 Deerfield Town Meeting
L99.103 Letter from second headmaster of Deerfield Academy
L99.104 Deerfield Academy Student Roster
L99.105 Deerfield Academy student letter to Betsey Kimberley
L99.106 "An American Selection of Lessons in Reading and Speaking"
L99.107 "Practical Instructions for Military Officers"
L99.108 "Geography Made Easy"
L99.109 Ebenezer Wells will
L99.110 "Distribution of Personal Estate of Mr. Ebenezer Wells of Deerfield"
L99.111 Seating of the Meeting House
L99.112 Deerfield Academy Student Roster
L99.114 "Smith's Geography on the Productive System; for Schools, Academies, and Families"
L99.115 "A Practical System of Modern Geography"
L99.116 "Universal Geography, Ancient and Modern: Comparison and Classification"
L99.117 Letter to George Sheldon regarding land title for the trolley
L99.118 Reasons in Favor or Against the Trolley Route in Deerfield
L99.119 Petition in favor of trolley on Deerfield's Main Street
L99.120 Letter to George Sheldon regarding the trolley debate
L99.121 Letter to C. Alice Baker regarding the trolley
L99.122 "History of Philip's War"
L99.123 Postcard to George Sheldon regarding trolley debate
L99.124 Letter to George Sheldon regarding trolley
L99.125 Letter to George Sheldon regarding trolley
L99.126 Letter from the Monday Club regarding trolley
L99.127 Letter from James Wells Champney to Misses Baker & Coleman regarding trolley
L99.128 Letter to George Sheldon regarding trolley
L99.129 Letter to George Sheldon regarding trolley
L99.130 Letter from Connecticut Valley Street Railway Company regarding Trolley whistle
L99.131 Letter to Mr. and Mrs. George Sheldon regarding trolley
L99.132 Letter to Mr. and Mrs. George Sheldon regarding R. H. Dana et. al and trolley
L99.133 Petition to Selectmen of Deerfield regarding trolley
L99.134 "The Society of Deerfield Industries"
L99.135 "Deerfield Society of Blue and White Needlework"
L99.136 "House Beautiful"
L99.137 "The Craftsman"
L99.138 "History and Proceedings of the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association"
L99.139 "The New England Primer"
L99.140 "Greenfield (Massachusetts) Directory including Montague and Deerfield"
L99.141 Announcement of Marriage Intention of Wells & Hoyt
L99.143 Indenture between Samuel Wells & Jonathan Ballard
L99.145 Letter to Rebecca Jackson Williams from her son
L99.146 Will of Ephraim Williams
L99.147 Letter to Esther Williams
L99.148 Receipt of Seth Sheldon for dance tuition
L99.149 Fence Agreement between Seth Sheldon & John Williams
L99.150 Land sale between Seth Sheldon & Alvah and Zur Hawks
L99.151 Auction bill of Dennis Stebbins
L99.152 Business Letter to Dennis Stebbins
L99.153 Letter to Dennis Stebbins
L99.154 Land lease by Lucinda Nims
L99.155 Division of Real Estate of Lucinda Nims
L99.156 Will of Lucinda Nims
L99.157 Will of Zur Hawks
L99.158 Memorandum of Zur Hawks
L99.159 Deed to Zur Hawks
L99.160 Contract between Consider Dickinson and Gilbert Hoyt
L99.161 "The Hero", poem about George Washington
L99.162 "Uncle Sid's Adventure with Indians"
L99.163 Letter of introduction for Arthur Wellesley Hoyt
L99.166 Letter to Deerfield Assessors by Colonel Elihu Hoyt
L99.167 Letter to Colonel Elihu Hoyt
L99.168 Appendix to "Journal of a tour to Saratoga Springs, August 1827" kept by Elihu Hoyt
L99.169 Letter to Dr. Elihu Ashley
L99.170 Letter to Nathaniel Dwight from Dr. Elihu Ashley
L99.171 Pages from Journal of Dr. Elihu Ashley
L99.172 Plot plan of land owned by Joseph Barnard
L99.173 List of Books bought by Joseph Barnard
L99.174 Advertisement in "The Boston Weekly Post-Boy" newspaper
L99.175 Letter to Widow Persis Hoyt Sheldon
L99.176 Guardianship Appointment to Persis Sheldon
L99.177 Will of Persis Sheldon
L99.178 Excerpts from Major Salah Barnard's Orderly Book
L99.179 Division of Estate of Major Salah Barnard
L99.180 Petition for Reimbursement by Major Salah Barnard
L99.181 Fabric order for Orlando Ware's store
L99.182 Legal judgment in favor of Orlando Ware
L99.183 Lease (Indenture) by Orlando Ware
L99.184 Promissory note to Joseph Goodhue
L99.185 Excerpt of Dr. Joseph Goodhue's Diary
L99.186 Letter to Doctor Joseph Goodhue
M.01 Wampum shells
M.02 Black silk skeins
M.03 Sugar cone
M.05 Photograph Postcard "Second Baptist Church"
M.12 Jesse Bowman, Abenaki logger and basketmaker, with daughter Marion Flora Bowman
M.15 Portrait of W. E. B. Du Bois
M.18 Clay pipe
M.19 Mill Stone
M.20 Mortar
M.23 Petroglyphs/Pictographs
M.25 Lucy Terry Prince
M.26 Sea shells
M.27 Ox Yoke
M.28 Lee Brothers Shoe Factory Postcard
M.29 School Street Looking East, Athol, Mass.
M.30 World War II Duffle Bag
M.32 Sugar Sack
M.33 German Bayonet
M.34 Mess Cup
M.35 Red Ryder Toy Rifle and Book
M.36 Crematory Key
M.37 Toy Sewing Machine
M.38 Lusitania Medallion
M.39 Trench Art
M.40 Ammunition Box
M.42 World War II Helmet
M.43 Curling Iron
M.44 World War I Toys
M.45 Group of Toy Soldiers
M.46 Group of Toy Soldiers
M.47 E-flag of Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation for exemplary performance in WWII
M.48 Whitworth Hand Tap & Die set made by Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation during WWII
M.49 Go and No-Go Thread and Plug Gages made by Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation during WWII
M.50 Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation Limit snap gage with bullet
M.51 Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation's framed Memorial of WWII company losses
M.52 Framed photograph of Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation operator during WWII
M.53 Identification Badge of a Raytheon Manufacturing Company worker during WWII
M.54 Components of a Proximity Fuze made by Raytheon Manufacturing Company during WWII
M.55 Threadwell Tap and Die Company's Tap & Die set made in WWII
M.56 Partial sample of Saleman's Kit marketed by Threadwell Tap and Die Company
M.57 Quality Control Lab Coat from Millers Falls Company
M.58 Painting of Millers Falls Company
M.59 Millers Falls Company's Micrometer with box
M.60 Photograph of Millers Falls Companies with WWII losses
M.61 Bit Brace Drill manufactured by Millers Falls Company
M.62 Breast Plate Hand Drill manufactured by Millers Falls Company
M.63 Hunting and Skinning Knives manufactured by J. Russell & Company Green River Works
M.64 Barlow Knives manufactured by the John Russell Cutlery Company
M.65 Painting of J. Russell & Company Green River Works in 1834
M.66 Shampoo and Lotion products made by The Toiletine Company
M.67 Cinnamon and Wintergreen Extracts made by The Toiletine Company
M.68 Elmer's Double-Acting Butter Churn
M.69 American Photographic Appliance Corporation's Presto Printer (Photo-Enlarger)
M.70 New Home Sewing Machine with attachments distributed by Priscilla Needlework Company
M.71 Parts Manufacturing Company 3 dimensional airplane part
M.72 Parts Manufacturing Company Memorial Plaque of WWII losses
M.73 Civil War musket with bayonet made by Lamson, Goodnow and Yale
M.74 "Falls and Dam. Chicopee Falls, Mass."
M.75 "Memorial Hall, Deerfield, Mass."
M.76 "Deerfield, Mass., South Main Street"
M.77 "General View of Erving, Mass."
M.78 "A Busy Corner in Greenfield"
M.79 "Hatfield Ferry, Hatfield, Mass."
M.80 "Holyoke Dam, Holyoke, Mass."
M.81 "Lyman Street, Lake Pleasant, Mass."
M.82 "Millers Falls, Mass., Millers River"
M.83 "Schell Memorial Bridge, East Northfield, Mass."
M.84 "The Falls, Shelburne Falls, Mass."
M.85 "Turners Falls, Mass. Industrial Plants, General View below Falls"
M.86 "Main Street, Williamsburg, Mass."
MH.0144 Plate:"Landing of the Fathers at Plymouth"
MH.0209 Clock works
MH.0309 Shoes of William Dorrell (1752-1846)
MH.0602 "M. Root" Tavern sign
MH.405a Auger
MH.405b Gouge
MH.C.017 Alabaster sculpture
MH.C.040 Basketry drinking cup
MH.C.060 Horn spoon
MH.C.061 Shell Gorget
MH.C.062 Horn spoon
MH.D.100 Teapot
MH.D.235 Bonnet
MH.F.003 War of 1812 Commemorative Pitcher
MH.F.025 Sugar Box
MH.F.230 Woman's shoes
MH.F.278 Spectacles
MH.H.02 First Church of Deerfield Pewter Flagon
MH.H.03 First Church of Deerfield Pewter Flagon
MH.I Cupboard
MR.125 Silhouette of Persis Sheldon (1785-1804)
MR.A.02 Pocketbook
MR.B.23 Canteen
N.020 Flute
N.021 Piccolo
N.023 Bust of George Fuller (1822-1884)
N.204 Dr. Joseph Goodhue (1762-1849)
N.220 Silhouette of John Foster Stearns (1788-1872)
N.223 Silhouette of Abigail (Whitney) Chandler (1786-1833)
N-226 Lincoln Badge
NBW.010 Chairback-Vine and Fig Tree
NBW.014 Cross-stitch Runner
NBW.019 "Dovecote Aviary"
NBW.031 Centerpiece-"Mayflower"
NBW.042 "Polly Wright's parrot"
NBW.074 Doily
NBW.078 Embroidery: Over the Bounding Waves
NBW.083 "Pomegranate"
NBW.086 Wallhanging-Two Red Roses Across the Moon
NBW.092 Wallhanging-"The Blue Pool"
NBW.094 Square-"Nocturne"
NBW.096 Screen Panel-"The Last Rose of Summer"
NBW.099 Square-"Seaweed and Dragon Flies"
NBW.104 Screen Panel-"The Peacock"
NBW.105 Wallhanging-The Apple Tree
NBW.108 Wallhanging-"The Pear Tree"
NBW.111 Door Curtain-Espaliered Rose
NR.06 Sheldon Tapestry cushion cover
NR.37 Fireboard
NR.A.3 Sophia Smith Sampler

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