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front Wagon Jack
A wagon jack was used to raise the wagon in order to repair or change a wheel.
front WWI Toy Ambulance with Figures
This World War I vintage iron toy is of a horse-drawn ambulance and four military figures.
Page 1 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
Jul 23, 1918
Wirt's division was disbanded after several weeks and its troops dispersed. He wrote this letter in southern France while awaiting assignment to another unit. The Allies were reluctant to use U.S. units at all, but the war's events forced them to.
Page 1 Letter to Samuel Wells from Colonel Elihu Hoyt
Feb 22, 1805
The letter of February 22, 1805, speaks of the business of the [General] Court in Boston, and of agricultural matters that would be of interest to a farmer in Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Inside cover Excerpts from Edwin Nims' Agricultural Diary
These five pages from Edwin Nims (1791-1852) agricultural diary, written in 1830-1831 when he was about forty years old, reveal the dailyness and the seasonality of farm chores.
document Inventory of Charles Hart Ashley
Aug 11, 1925
When Charles Hart Ashley died in 1925, an inventory of his real and personal estate, totaling a little more than $21,000, was taken.
Page 1 Letter to Charles Hart Ashley
May 14, 1917
This letter from Thomas Williams Ashley (1894-1918) to his father in Deerfield, Massachusetts, was written soon after his arrival at the Marine Barracks in Norfolk, Virginia.
document Bill from Deerfield Selectmen for Military Supplies used in Shays' Rebellion
This invoice, dated 1787, was for supplies debted to various Deerfield residents in the period of Daniel Shays' Rebellion, which had begun in 1786.
Cover Excerpts from the diary of Elsie M. Putnam
Elsie Putnam's diary describes the life of a single Deerfield, Massachusetts, woman in 1888, including a brief mention of the great Blizzard of that year. The diary gives a glimpse into the active life of a young woman of the Victorian era.
front Greenfield, Mass. Soldiers Monument and Second Congregational Church
This Civil War Monument and the church across the street were both built in 1870.


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