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A map of Mendon, Worcester County, Mass. /

View of Worcester, Mass. taken from Union Hill / P. Anderson del. ; on stone by R. Cooke ; T. Moore's Lithography, Boston.

Proceedings of the Whig state convention, at Worcester, Mass., June 17, 1840.

Charm of the East--Chewing tobacco--O.P. Shattuck, Worcester, Mass. / Strobridge & Co. Lith. Cincinnati, O.

[Worcester, Mass., Polytechnic Institute, Boytin [i.e. Boynton] Hall]

[Worcester County] Court House, Fitchburg, Mass.

Lake Quinsigamond, Worcester, Mass.

[Worcester Art Museum and Picture Gallery, Worcester, Mass.]

Library, Worcester Art Museum [Worcester, Mass.]

[Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Salisbury Laboratories, Worcester, Mass.]

[New Union Station, Worcester, Mass.]

[Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Mass.]

[Worcester Art Museum library, Worcester, Mass.]

[Free Public Library, Worcester, Mass.]

Lake in Elm Park, Worcester, Mass.

Bancroft Tower, Worcester, Mass.

Post Office, Worcester, Mass.

Lake in Elm Park, Worcester, Mass.

Central Church and Armory, Worcester, Mass.

Union Station, Worcester, Mass.

Lake Quinsigamond, Worcester, Mass.

Art Museum, Worcester, Mass.

Union Church, Worcester, Mass.

Bloomingdale Hospital, Worcester, Mass.

Main St., Worcester, Mass.

City hall, Worcester, Mass.

The Common, Worcester, Mass.

Lake Quinsigamond, Worcester, Mass.

Holy Cross College Alumni Hall, Worcester, Mass.

[Holy Cross College, Worcester, Mass.]

Soldiers' Monument, Worcester, Mass.

Armory [i.e. State National Guard Armory], Worcester, Mass.

[Lake Quinsigamond from lake park, Worcester, Mass.]

Lake in Elm Park, Worcester, Mass.

St. Paul's Church, Worcester, Mass.

Clark University, Worcester, Mass.

State Mutual Building, Worcester, Mass.

Court House and statue of Gen. Devens, Worcester, Mass.

Boynton Hall, [Worcester] Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Mass.

[Sigmund Freud, G. Stanley Hall, C.G. Jung, A.A. Brill, Ernest Jones, and Sándor Ferenczi posed at Clark University, Worcester, Mass.]

Clark College, Worcester, Mass.

[Worcester, Mass., Elm Park]

Worcester, Mass. sky photograph

Hotel Bancroft, Worcester, Mass.

Green Hill Park, Worcester, Mass.

[The Common and City Hall, Front Street, Worcester, Mass.]

Memorial Hospital, Worcester, Mass.

The Common, Worcester, Mass.

New Union Station, Worcester, Mass.

The Common and City Hall, Worcester, Mass., Front St.

[Green Hill Park, Worcester, Mass.]

Main St., Court Hill, Grove St., and Lincoln Sq., Worcester, Mass.

Worcester Academy, Worcester, Mass.

[City Hall plaza, Main Street, Worcester, Mass.]

Elm Park, Worcester, Mass.

Photo at 4 P.M. Witness F. A. Smith. Home of Thomas Murry, 8 1/2 Milton St., rear, top floor, Worcester, Mass. Mother and children, 6 yrs., 8 yrs. two of 12 yrs. old. The 3-year-old helps a little. Earn $1.50 to $3.00 a week working on hose supporters. Father makes $15 a week. Two other children work: one gets $7 to $11 a week, one gets $4 a week. Home workers work until 8:30 or 9 P.M. nearly every day. (See also Report.) Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Home of Peter Mazkerthlain, 7 Elizabeth St., Worcester, Mass. Children: 6 yrs., 9 yrs., 11 yrs., 12 yrs. old, working on garter buttons. Mother works too. Make $1.50 to $2.00 a week. Neighbors say she keeps them at work late at night. (See also Report.) Photo at noon. Witness, F.A. Smith. Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Mrs. Mary George, 74 Southbridge Street, Worcester, Mass. Mother and Aaron, 13 yrs., and Elizabeth 12 yrs old, working on crochet slippers. The children work until 9 or 10:30 P.M. sometimes, and the mother later. Girl has so much trouble with eyes that she is very much behind in school. Mother has eye trouble, too. (See Report also.) Witness. F.A. Smith. Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Witness F. A. Smith. Home of Sarkis Bedrosian, 7 Elizabeth St., Worcester, Mass. Children 6 yrs., 8 yrs., 10 yrs. and mother. Earn about $1.50 a week working on garter buttons. Father earns $8 to $10 a week. (See also Report.) Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Boulevard Park, Worcester, Mass.

8:30 A.M., Nov. 12, 1912. Two young girls, Murry and Westover, carrying home sacks full of hose-supporters for home work, from American Narrow Fabric Co., Worcester, Mass. Loads are heavy and distances long. They hurry so they won't be late to school. They have to stop frequently to rest. (See Report of F. A. Smith, also photos of Westover and Murry families (interiors)). Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Hotel Bancroft, Worcester, Mass.

[Training school, Norton Grinding Co., Worchester, Mass.]

Mass. Society, Peter F. Sullivan, #6, Worcester

Poisoners Club, Worcester, Mass., 5/9/13

The winnah! Washington, D.C., May 29. Spelling the word 'homogenuity' correctly, Elizabeth Rice, 12-year-old eighth grade student of Worcester, Mass., today won the 15th annual spelling bee. She received a plaque and $500 as the first prize

Cattle show, exhibition of manufactures, and ploughing match, at Worcester, Mass. ... 1831

[Theodore Roosevelt, half-length portrait, standing, facing right, making speech at Worcester, Mass.]

[Theodore Roosevelt, half-length portrait, standing, facing right, making speech at Worcester, Mass.]

The God proposed for our national constitution ... Worcester, Mass. Liberal tract Society [187-].

The God proposed for our national constitution ... Worcester, Mass. Liberal tract Society [187-].

The God proposed for our national constitution ... Worcester, Mass. Liberal tract Society [187-].

The God proposed for our national constitution ... Worcester, Mass. Liberal tract Society [187-].

Witness F. A. Smith. Photo at 9 P.M. Home of Patrick McGurl (mechanic), 136 Exchange Street, Worcester, Mass. Working on hose supporters. All work, 6-year-old, 8-year-old, 11-year-old, 12-year-old, and mother. Altogether earn about $3 a week. Work noons, after school and every night. A 9-year-old boy (not in photo) carries work back and forth. Heavy loads. (See report of F.A. Smith). Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Witness F. A. Smith. Photo at 9 P.M. Home of Patrick McGurl (mechanic), 136 Exchange Street, Worcester, Mass. Working on hose supporters. All work, 6-year-old, 8-year-old, 11-year-old, 12-year-old, and mother. Altogether earn about $3 a week. Work noons, after school and every night. A 9-year-old boy (not in photo) carries work back and forth. Heavy loads. (See report of F.A. Smith). Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

John Adams … letter of advice to his cousin Zabdiel … 1763. [Worcester, Mass.] Massachusetts Historical Society, c 1967]

John Adams … letter of advice to his cousin Zabdiel … 1763. [Worcester, Mass.] Massachusetts Historical Society, c 1967]

John Adams … letter of advice to his cousin Zabdiel … 1763. [Worcester, Mass.] Massachusetts Historical Society, c 1967]

John Adams … letter of advice to his cousin Zabdiel … 1763. [Worcester, Mass.] Massachusetts Historical Society, c 1967]

John Adams … letter of advice to his cousin Zabdiel … 1763. [Worcester, Mass.] Massachusetts Historical Society, c 1967]

John Adams … letter of advice to his cousin Zabdiel … 1763. [Worcester, Mass.] Massachusetts Historical Society, c 1967]

John Adams … letter of advice to his cousin Zabdiel … 1763. [Worcester, Mass.] Massachusetts Historical Society, c 1967]

John Adams … letter of advice to his cousin Zabdiel … 1763. [Worcester, Mass.] Massachusetts Historical Society, c 1967]

John Adams … letter of advice to his cousin Zabdiel … 1763. [Worcester, Mass.] Massachusetts Historical Society, c 1967]

John Adams … letter of advice to his cousin Zabdiel … 1763. [Worcester, Mass.] Massachusetts Historical Society, c 1967]

John Adams … letter of advice to his cousin Zabdiel … 1763. [Worcester, Mass.] Massachusetts Historical Society, c 1967]

Home of Ansley Westover, rear of 8 1/2 Milton St., Worcester, Mass. Mother and children, 4 yrs., 8 yrs., 10 yrs., 11 yrs., and 12 yrs., earn about $4 to $5 a week. Work until 9 P.M. frequently and at times until 10 P.M. or midnight and then sometimes up working before school. (See also report) Photo at 5 P.M. Witness F.A. Smith. Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Home of Ansley Westover, rear of 8 1/2 Milton St., Worcester, Mass. Mother and children, 4 yrs., 8 yrs., 10 yrs., 11 yrs., and 12 yrs., earn about $4 to $5 a week. Work until 9 P.M. frequently and at times until 10 P.M. or midnight and then sometimes up working before school. (See also report) Photo at 5 P.M. Witness F.A. Smith. Location: Worcester, Massachusetts.

Crompton Loom Works, Green Street Worcester, Mass. - Geo. Crompton proprietor

Crompton Loom Works, Green Street Worcester, Mass. - Geo. Crompton proprietor

Crompton Loom Works, Green Street Worcester, Mass. - Geo. Crompton proprietor

Plans showing deed and old location lines of the Western Railroad in the county of Worcester and state of Mass. /

Plans showing deed and old location lines of the Western Railroad in the county of Worcester and state of Mass. /

Plans showing deed and old location lines of the Western Railroad in the county of Worcester and state of Mass. /

Plans showing deed and old location lines of the Western Railroad in the county of Worcester and state of Mass. /

Plans showing deed and old location lines of the Western Railroad in the county of Worcester and state of Mass. /

Plans showing deed and old location lines of the Western Railroad in the county of Worcester and state of Mass. /

Plans showing deed and old location lines of the Western Railroad in the county of Worcester and state of Mass. /

Plans showing deed and old location lines of the Western Railroad in the county of Worcester and state of Mass. /

Plans showing deed and old location lines of the Western Railroad in the county of Worcester and state of Mass. /

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