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front St. Ann's Church
St. Ann's Church, dedicated in 1885, was intended to serve the French Canadian Catholic population of the industrial community of Turners Falls, Massachusetts.
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 Avery Oxen Postcard
The Avery Oxen, raised by James Avery of Buckland, Massachusetts, broke the world record in the weight haul twice, as pictured in this postcard.
front The Common, Greenfield Mass.
In this 1905 image, Bank Row, the 1796 Hollister House, Second Congregational Church, and the County Courthouse border Greenfield's common.
front Greenfield, Mass. Soldiers Monument and Second Congregational Church
This Civil War Monument and the church across the street were both built in 1870.
front Mansion House, Greenfield, Mass.
Since the 18th century, hotels were located on this site but none so large or prestigious as the Mansion House.
front Mount Hermon, Mass., Mount Hermon Chapel

Mount Hermon Chapel was dedicated in 1899 as an evangelical church.
front Mount Hermon, Mass., Science and Recitation Halls

Mount Hermon School, originally an education center for boys, was founded by evangelist D.L. Moody in 1881, and located about four miles from Northfield, MA. These two buildings flanked Chambers Field and were the central places of learning on campus.


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