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front Reverend Samuel Willard (1776-1859)
Controversy erupted when the First Church of Deerfield, Massachusetts, ordained the Reverend Samuel Willard, a Unitarian, as their minister.
document "Paupers in Massachusetts" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
Jan 28, 1850
Paupers were a drain on town and state budgets, and were enumerated every year.
document WWII Disabled American Veterans card of Frank Dahowski, Jr.
c. 1945
This is the WWII Disabled American Veterans card of Frank R. Dahowski, Jr. (1910-1988).
document "Your Red Cross" ad from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
Nov 6, 1936
Despite the many public tax-funded relief programs under the New Deal, private, voluntary organizations remained an important part of the American welfare system.
front Teapot - "Lafayette at the Tomb of Franklin"
This English-manufactured teapot, designed to appeal to American consumers, commemorated the Revolutionary War hero the Marquis de Lafayette's (1757-1834) visit to the tomb of Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) in 1824.
front Glass tumblers
c. 1820
These three glass tumblers from the 1820s were formed when a glassblower blew a gather of glass into a three-part mold of geometric design.
front The Manual Alphabet for the Deaf and Dumb

The framed printed chart illustrates the hand symbols used in the 18th and 19th centuries to enable deaf people to communicate.
front Ear trumpet
c. 1902
This ear trumpet, or horn, with a black hard rubber horn and earpiece, was listed in the 1902 edition of the Sears, Roebuck catalog.
front Rowland Stebbins (1794-1848)
c. 1835
Rowland Stebbins was the oldest son of nine living children of Asa and Emilia (Harvey) Stebbins and lived his entire life in the first brick dwelling house on the Deerfield street.
front Polly Stebbins (1792-1869)
c. 1835
Born in 1792, this oil portrait of Polly Stebbins, one of nine living children of Asa and Emilia (Harvey) Stebbins, was painted when she was in her late thirties.


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