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front Elizabeth Brooks Fuller (1896-1979) painting
Elizabeth Fuller, herself a painter, is shown here, at age twenty-four, in a painting by Irwin D. Hoffman.
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 Shelburne Falls, Mass.

This image, taken in October 1869 by a local photographer, depicts the dam and swollen Deerfield River shortly after a massive flood destroyed bridges, factory buildings, mills and homes.
front Shelburne Falls

The falls of Shelburne Falls have been an important part of community life for centuries and its potholes continue to be a source of wonder.
Page 1 WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett
Jul 23, 1918
Edward Wirt's unit arrived safely in France. On their arrival they were immediately put into training, like all American units. Their arrival was greeted with relief and gratitude by the French people.
Page 1 Letter to Gertrude Porter Ashley
Apr 23, 1918
Lt. Thomas Williams Ashley (1894-1918) writes this letter, dated April 23, 1918, from the village in France where he was billeted during World War I while in the Marine Corps.
Page 1 Letter to Charles Hart Ashley
Nov 2, 1919
This letter, dated November 2, 1919, recounts for Charles H. Ashley, father of Tom Ashley, the facts surrounding the death of his son in battle during World War I in France.
document "Barrs Homestead 1739"
Although Eliza Allen Starr (1824-1901), a Deerfield-born artist and author, spent most of her life away from Deerfield, she still held a great affection for the town's sites. This painting depicts her family's ancestral home.
Title page Puritan Village patterns from "Historical Atlas of Massachusetts"
The layout of towns tells us a lot about the culture and society they belong to. The Puritan town sought to give its residents as equal a set of land as possible, using a model created in England and modified for the New World.
front Rear of the Colrain
In 1909, Colrain, Massachusetts, was a small community with one substantial hotel, the Colrain House, seen here to the left.


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