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1844 Feb.

Stone Micah 1770-1852

A memoir of the evangelic church in South Brookfield

Brookfield (Mass.) - History of the religious community in Brookfield written by the minister of the Evangelical Congregational Church in South Brookfield, from the time of his ordination in 1801 to 1844. The narrative includes the state of the community prior to the arrival of Unitarian and Universalist ideas, the rise of disaffection with Stone leading to a request for him to withdraw fr... more

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1890

Blanchard, C. P. (Charles Pinkney), 1843-1895

Abby F. Blanchard and Annie Blanchard (l. to r.) seated in the parlor

Brookfield (Mass.) - Kodak #2 image of daughter (reading) and mother (knitting).

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1890

Blanchard, C. P. (Charles Pinkney), 1843-1895

Abby F. Blanchard in the parlor, from behind, wearing a kimono

Brookfield (Mass.) - Kodak #2 image.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1890

Blanchard, C. P. (Charles Pinkney), 1843-1895

Abby F. Blanchard in the parlor, with fan and kimono

Brookfield (Mass.) - Kodak #2 image.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1890

Blanchard, C. P. (Charles Pinkney), 1843-1895

Abby F. Blanchard in the parlor, with parasol and kimono

Brookfield (Mass.) - Kodak #2 image.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1890

Blanchard, C. P. (Charles Pinkney), 1843-1895

Abby F. Blanchard in the parlor, with parasol and kimono

Brookfield (Mass.) - Kodak #2 image.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1890

Blanchard, C. P. (Charles Pinkney), 1843-1895

Abby F. Blanchard kneeling in the parlor, with fan and kimono

Brookfield (Mass.) - Kodak #2 image.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1890

Blanchard, C. P. (Charles Pinkney), 1843-1895

Abby F. Blanchard operating a card punching machine

Brookfield (Mass.) - Kodak #2 image of Abby Blanchard operating an unidentified machine, possibly a Jacquard punching machine.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers