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Fletcher Granite Quarry

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Fletcher Granite Quarry From the Collection Two black and white photographs of the Fletcher Granite Quarry from May 1949. The quarry is located off 534 Groton Rd in historically the … Read more »


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Toy Turkey Farm Sign From the collection Framed portion of the Toy Turkey Farm sign. The 15.5 acre farm was on Littleton Rd around where the Westford Valley Marketplace is … Read more »
Glacier Hill Farm Drawing

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Drawing From the Collection Pen and ink drawing of Glacier Hill Farm. It was drawn in the late 1980s Deb Tingley. This farm was the Flagg property on Howard Rd, … Read more »
Nab Post Office

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Picture Postcard From the Collection Postcard featuring a photograph of the Nabnasset post office at 62 Brookside Rd. It was printed by the Merrimack Postcard Company, 110 Marrimac St. Haverhill, … Read more »


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Projector From the Collection A Moviegraph electric 16mm movie projector, model #E743. It was manufactured by Keystone Mfg. Co. in Boston, MA. Based on its box, it was purchased at … Read more »
Front Face

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Railroad Clock From the museum This Regulator Railroad Clock was made no earlier than 1860 by the Seth Thomas Clock Company, then of Plymouth Hollow, CT. According to ClockHistory.com, the … Read more »
Laptop Open

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Westford Academy Laptop From the Westford Academy Exhibit Students once used slate tablets and slide-rules as part of their learning experience. As far back as the early 2000s, Westford Academy … Read more »
Snow Roller

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Snow Roller From the Collection Painted wood model of a snow roller once used in Westford. Before snow plowing — and before the automobile became popular, it was common to … Read more »


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Ice Cutting From the Collection Photo of Frederick Shugrue (1908-1972) harvesting ice at Long Sought For Pond in February 1950. Ice harvesting, as a viable business, was more common in … Read more »


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Organ From the museum The pump organ was originally from the Prescott family home at 26 Pine St, the 1780 Levi Prescott House, in Forge Village. It was made by … Read more »


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Victor Victrola From the museum This Victrola turntable was manufactured by the Victor Talking Machine Company in Camdon, NJ. The VV-210 model was made between 1922 and 1925, while a … Read more »


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Framed Photograph From the online Atwood-Carlton-Millett Exhibit Black and white photograph in a decorative convex frame. It contains the image of Daniel Elliot Atwood (1850 – 1931) and Eliza “Lizzie” … Read more »