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front Union Playing Card
The Union Playing Card Company created these playing cards for the Northern market during the Civil War.
front Deerfield Potatoes Bag
This potato sack from the Laczynski Brothers farm represents the success of the immigrants from Poland in the Pioneer Valley, who by 1900 were a significant percentage of Deerfield's population.
front Moody Homestead
This substantial farmhouse was the birthplace of Dwight L. Moody, who went on to spur a religious revival across the United States and Great Britain, and found Northfield School for Girls and Mount Hermon School.
front Turners Falls Dam

The Turners Fall Dam was first built from 1794-98 for a canal to bypass the rapids at the bend of the Connecticut River at Greenfield, Massachusetts. This picture was probably taken in the late 1860s.
front John Russell Cutlery Works, Turners Falls, Mass.
Founded in Greenfield in 1834, this water-powered factory built in 1870 employed highly skilled craftsmen from the United States, Ireland and Germany.
front "Scene on Green River, Greenfield, MA" Postcard
c. 1910
This 1910 scene along the Green River was probably on River Road on the west edge of the town.
front Frank Dahowski, Wallingford, England
This is a picture of Frank Dahowski, Jr., of Montague, Massachusetts, stationed in Wallingford, England, in 1943 during World War II (WWII).
front Frank Dahowski with a German Field Gun
Frank Dahowski of Montague, Massachusetts, stands in front of one of the many German Field guns that were captured during WWII.
front Coming Home, SS George Washington
Sep 30, 1945
Frank Dahowski of Montague, Massachusetts, returned home after the war on the ship SS George Washington, in October of 1945.
front Red Cross Club, Marseiles, France
The American Red Cross won the hearts of America's fighting men during World War II (WWII) through the operation of canteens at home, and clubs and clubmobiles overseas.


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