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front Souvenir Folder of Mohawk Trail, Mass.
c. 1915
The Native American depicted on the cover of this souvenir of the Mohawk Trail (Massachusetts Route 2) was used to sell the road as a tourist attraction of the 1920s.
front Mohawk Trail explanatory text
c. 1915
The text of this postcard described the scenic and seasonal beauties of the Mohawk Trail in western Massachusetts.
front View Along the Cold River, Eastern Slope of Mohawk Trail
c. 1915
This section of the Mohawk Trail in western Massachusetts runs beside the Cold River.
front Landscape - Mill on Stream
c. 1900
Doane's Falls, in Royalston, Massachusetts, are named after Amos Doane who owned the land around them
front Streetscape - Royalston Common
c. 1914
Royalston, Massachusetts, established as a town in 1765, is situated in the northwest corner of Worcester County.
front Streetscape - Athol Center
c. 1900
This view of Main Street in Athol, Massachusetts, shows that the street was not paved at the turn of the 20th century.
front "Memorial Hall, Deerfield, Mass."
c. 1910
The famous American architect Asher Benjamin designed the first Deerfield Academy building, which became the Memorial Hall Museum in 1880.
front "Deerfield, Mass., South Main Street"
c. 1920
Formerly known as Bloody Brook or Muddy Brook, South Deerfield petitioned to be set off from the town of Deerfield in 1809.
front "General View of Erving, Mass."
Jun 13, 1913
Many of the buildings seen in this picture are still a familiar site in the town of Erving, Massachusetts.
front "Hatfield Ferry, Hatfield, Mass."
c. 1920
Ferries were a convenient way of getting across the Connecticut River and remained in use even after railroad, trolley, and foot bridges spanned the river.


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