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front Pottery Vase
The popularity of objects like this hand-thrown vase produced during the Arts and Crafts Movement represented the desire for hand-crafted goods at a time when many people wished to preserve older technologies and crafts in the face of widespread industrialization and mass production.
front "Women of Plymouth"
c. 1893
This preparatory study served as the model for a mural for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago.
front Wallhanging-Rose Tree
This Japanese-inspired hanging depicting a rose tree was produced by the Deerfield Society of Blue and White Needlework and exhibited in arts and crafts shows.
front C. Alice Baker (1833-1909)
This photograph of Charlotte Alice Baker is formatted as a carte-de-visite, a small photographic portrait mounted on a card, fashionable in the 19th century as calling cards.
front C. Alice Baker (1833-1909)
C. Alice Baker (1833-1909) sat for this portrait-style photograph sometime in the 1880s.
Volume 2 - Title page "The Census of Massachusetts: 1885, Volume II"
Three excerpts from the 1885 Massachusetts Census describe the extent of rural manufactures, the volume of women's home work, and the scope of child labor.
front "A New England Kitchen"
This view of a New England kitchen from 1876 was a part of a cultural movement to redefine New England as an ideal, uniquely American, place.
front Massacre Interior of Old Indian House, during Sack of Deerfield, Feb. 29, 1704
A publicity picture from the Edison Film Company's movie, "Ononko's Vow," made in 1910 on location in Deerfield, Massachusetts, incorrectly depicts Indians rampaging through the village's "Old Indian House."
front Edge of Settlement
A promotional picture for the 1910 Edison Company film, "Ononko's Vow," illustrates a crucial point in the story, where the Indian, Ononko, is about to turn away from the English couple he just saved.
front "Ononko's Vow"

This promotional still from the 1910 Edison Company film, "Ononko's Vow," a silent film filmed in Deerfield, Massachusetts, that may have been an inspiration for the Deerfield Pageant of that year.


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