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Plan de l'affaire de Westfield & du camp de Raway.

[Coast of New Hampshire and Massachusetts from Great Boars Head to Marblehead Harbor.

Essex County ; Worcester County.

Fellow Citizens of Essex County, The undersigned, having entire confidence in the integrity and qualifications of Ralph H. French, Esq. for the office of Register of Deeds, and deeming it highly desirable to terminate the contest by an election,

Map of Essex County, New Jersey : with the names of property holders &c. /

A topographical map of Essex County, Massachusetts /

Map of Essex County, New Jersey : from surveys /

Map of the counties of Orleans, Lamoille, and Essex, Vermont /

Map of part of Essex, King and Queen, and King William Counties /

[Map of the counties of Caroline, Essex, Orange and Spotsylvania, and parts of the counties of Hanover, King and Queen, King George, King William, and Stafford, Va.]

Swampscott - Essex County, Mass.- 11 miles from Boston

Map of Essex County, New Jersey : 1874 /

Guide map of Essex County, New Jersey /

Map of the county of Essex, Vermont.

Pigeon Cove, Rockport, Essex County, Mass., 1886 /

Colton's road map of Union and Essex counties, New Jersey

Vauter's Church, Loretto vic., Essex County, Virginia

Vauter's Church, Loretto vic., Essex County, Virginia

Vauter's Church, Loretto vic., Essex County, Virginia

Vauter's Church, Loretto vic., Essex County, Virginia

Vauter's Church, Loretto vic., Essex County, Virginia

Blandfield, gardens, Caret vic., Essex County, Virginia

Blandfield, gardens, Caret vic., Essex County, Virginia

Bathurst, Dunnsville vic., Essex County, Virginia

Virginia, Essex County--Near Dunnsville--Bathurst, 1935

Blandfield, gardens, Caret vic., Essex County, Virginia

[Customs House, Tappahannock, Essex County, Virginia. Porch]

Blandfield, gardens, Caret vic., Essex County, Virginia

Blandfield, gardens, Caret vic., Essex County, Virginia

Fish cannery workers. Gloucester, Massachusetts

Fishing boats. Gloucester, Massachusetts

Fish drying on dock. Gloucester, Massachusetts

Dock at Gloucester, Massachusetts

Fish drying on dock. Gloucester, Massachusetts

Railroad. Newark, New Jersey

Gardens for the unemployed. Newark, New Jersey. Squatters' houses in "Jersey Meadows," on city dump

Slums. Newark, New Jersey

Gardens for the unemployed. Newark, New Jersey. Squatters' houses in "Jersey Meadows," on city dump

Highway. New Jersey, near Newark

Gardens for the unemployed. Newark, New Jersey. City dump ("Jersey Meadows"). Squatters' houses

Slums. Newark, New Jersey

Gardens for the unemployed. Newark, New Jersey. Squatters' houses in Jersey Meadows on city dump

Gardens for the unemployed. Newark, New Jersey. Squatters' houses in Jersey Meadows on city dump

Monument dedicated to seamen. Gloucester, Massachusetts

War production drive poster. "Let's Go--It's Later Than You Think." This chart, displayed in the Westinghouse Lamp Division, Bloomfield, New Jersey was successful in stimulating production for the labor-management committee

The Forgetta family, Italian vegetable farmers in Andover, Massachusetts. Mr. Forgetta, (right) and his older daughter (at the piano) both work in nearby textile mill in the winter if they can get the work

War Production Board poster (WPB). "Beware Jap-Germs." This is one of a series of "Jap-Germs" posters that were spread through the Westinghouse plant at Bloomfield, New Jersey, under the auspices of the labor-management committee. The two-headed figure, the Jap-Germ, was featured in all posters of the series which warned against sabotage and encouraged the objectives of the war production drive

War production drive poster. "Save, Serve, Suggest." This is one of a series of "Jap-Germ" posters that were spread through the Westinghouse plant at Bloomfield, New Jersey, under the auspices of the labor-management committee. The two-headed figure, the Jap-Germ, was featured in all posters of the series which warned against sabotage and encouraged the objective of the war production drive

The Forgetta family, Italian vegetable farmers in Andover, Massachusetts. Mr. Forgetta, (right) and his older daughter (at the piano) both work in nearby textile mill in the winter if they can get the work

War production drive poster. "Save, Serve, Suggest." This is one of a series of "Jap-Germ" posters that were spread through the Westinghouse plant at Bloomfield, New Jersey, under the auspices of the labor-management committee. The two-headed figure, the Jap-Germ, was featured in all posters of the series which warned against sabotage and encouraged the objective of the war production drive

Mrs. Ovegen Arakelian, Armenian, works eleven acres of land with her husband in West Andover, Massachusetts. Their vegetable farm is not enough to see them thru the winter, and their son tries to supplement the family income with work in town when he can get it

Men going to work in a textile mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts

Mr. Ovegen Arakelian, Armenian vegetable farmer in West Andover, Massachusetts. Has eleven acre farm which is not sufficient to get them thru the winter months. Their son tries to get work in mills in Lowell, Massachusetts

House in the Armenian settlement in West Andover, Massachusetts

Mrs. La Rosa, Italian, with her husband and son runs a vegetable farm in Methuen, Massachusetts. The men work in the mill whenever they can and the son also runs the farm in the summer

Mr. Ovegen Sarkisian, Armenian vegetable farmer in West Andover, Massachusetts. He has a five and a half acre farm and has to get outside employment to pull thru the winter

Ann Garabedian, Russian girl married to Armenian vegetable gardener in Andover, Massachusetts. Her husband works as a truck driver in Lawrence in the winter

Stacked lumber. Tappahannock, Virginia

Mr. and Mrs. Melkon Loosigian, Armenians. Run a fourteen-acre vegetable farm. Son works in Arlington mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts, to help support family. West Andover, Massachusetts

Mr. Antonio V. Possante, Portugese FSA (Farm Security Administration) client and apple grower. West Newbury, Massachusetts

Mr. La Rosa, Italian vegetable farmer and weaver at Plymouth Mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Has about eleven-acre farm in Methuen, Massachusetts. In the summer his son works the land, also works at the Plymouth Mill

Mr. Hazar Loosigian, Armenian. Runs a small vegetable farm. The money his son makes on WPA (Work Projects Administration) helps the family thru the winter. West Andover, Massachusetts

Employees coming out of a textile mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts

Daughter of Mr. Anthony Forgetta, Italian vegetable farmer in Andover, Massachusetts. In the winter she and her father work in the mills nearby to supplement their farm income

The Ayer [i.e. Wood] textile mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts

Vacant factory space for rent. Lawrence, Massachusetts

Mr. Hazar Loosigian, Armenian. Runs a small vegetable farm. The money his son makes on WPA (Work Projects Administration) helps them get thru the winter. West Andover, Massachusetts

Employees leaving Ayer Mills (textile). Lawrence, Massachusetts

Shoes and lunch taken by Mr. Fairchild to work at a steel works in Boston, Massachusetts. He is a vegetable farmer near Saugus, Massachusetts

Mr. and Mrs. Ovgen Arakelian, Armenian vegetable farmers in West Andover, Massachusetts. They have an eleven-acre farm and a son works in a blanket factory in Lowell to help support the family

Smoke stacks in Lawrence, Massachusetts

Mr. La Rosa, Italian vegetable farmer and weaver at Plymouth Mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Has about eleven-acre farm in Methuen, Massachusetts. In the summer his son works the land, also works at the Plymouth Mill

Mrs. Melkon Loosigian, Armenian, wife of vegetable farmer in West Andover, Massachusetts. They have a fourteen-acre farm and have to depend on the income of a son who works at a mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts to pull thru the winter

Mr. Ovegen Arakelian, Armenian vegetable farmer in West Andover, Massachusetts. Has eleven acres of land which does not produce enough to carry them thru the winter. A son tries to get work in the mills in nearby Lowell

Farmhouse. Essex County, Virginia

Mr. Hazar Loosigian, Armenian. Runs a small vegetable farm. The money his son makes on WPA (Work Projects Administration) helps them get thru the winter. West Andover, Massachusetts

Mr. Melkon Loosigian, Armenian. Works fourteen-acre vegetable farm. Son works at Arlington mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts, to help support family. West Andover, Massachusetts

Employees leaving Ayer Mills (textile). Lawrence, Massachusetts

A vacant mill on a street in Lawrence, Massachusetts

Mr. Anthony Forgetta, Italian vegetable farmer, Andover, Massachusetts. Mr. Forgetta runs a small farm and in the winter he and an older daughter work at a mill in Lawrence

Children sledding in Haverhill, Massachusetts

Country church. Essex County, Virginia

Mr. Amos Asoian, Armenian of West Andover, Massachusetts, works as a truck driver on WPA (Work Projects Administration) and helps his family on their small vegetable farm

Tappahannock, Virginia

A vacant mill on a street in Lawrence, Massachusetts

View of Haverhill, Massachusetts

Men going home from work on a street in Lawrence, Massachusetts

Mrs. Anthony Forgetta, Italian. Her husband and daughter work at the mill nearby all thru the winter (when they can) and during the summer everyone works on the small vegetable farm they run in Andover, Massachusetts

Stacked lumber. Tappahannock, Virginia

The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ovegen Arakelian, Armenian family in West Andover, Massachusetts

Vice-President of her local, United Electrical Radio and Machine Workers of America, Congress of Industrial Organization (CIO), Mary achieved the job of forelady by working as a hand at many varied operations. She has made a suggestion to conserve bakelite lamp bases, formerly discarded (a suggestion now in use at the plant), and is also the inventor of an apparatus which prevents short-circuiting during tests of lamps. Mary Petillo, forelady of a Newark, New Jersey factory making lamp bulbs and tubes for the Signal Corps, is an active member of her plant's Labor-Management drive to speed victory. She was elected from a plant personnel of 1700, 350 of them men

Men going to work at the mill. Lawrence, Massachusetts

Daughter of Mr. Anthony Forgetta, Italian vegetable farmer in Andover, Massachusetts. In the winter she and her father work in the mills nearby to supplement their farm income

Mr. Fairchild, vegetable farmer near Saugus, Massachusetts. He also works at a steelworks in Boston

Men going to work at the mill. Lawrence, Massachusetts

Men going to work at the mills. Lawrence, Massachusetts

Armenian woman living on a five-and-a-half acre vegetable farm which she runs with her son-in-law and his family. They have to rely on any outside work they can get to live thru the winter. West Andover, Massachusetts

Giant textile mills in Lawrence, Massachusetts

Mr. Antonio V. Possante, Portugese FSA (Farm Security Administration) client and apple grower. West Newbury, Massachusetts

Mr. La Rosa, Italian vegetable farmer in Methuen, Massachusetts. Both he and a son work at the Plymouth mill in Lawrence, and in the summer the son takes care of the farm