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|| Trade Card of Hawks & Reed-Clothiers
Hawks & Reed Clothiers operated in Greenfield, Massachusetts, from 1877 to 1917; this trade card was one of their main methods of advertising their products.
|| Trade Card of the New Home Sewing Machine Company
The trade card format was the most common type of advertisement used by local businesses.
|| Railroad Trestle Bridge
The trestle bridge spans a deep ravine and is supported by tall steel girders to allow train travel through rural Massachusetts in the late 19th century.
|| James Childs Hitchcock (1841-1864)
James Child Hitchcock, a soldier in the Civil War, died a prisoner of war at Andersonville in 1864.