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- Subject contains "Ice"
View of Warren St. after an ice storm, with a boy standing in the background. Gift of Glenn R. Parker.
View of Church St. after an ice storm. Gift of Glenn R. Parker.
View of West Main St. after an ice storm. Gift of Glenn R. Parker.
Dr. J. H. Hero practiced medicine out of the Nathan Fisher House. David Hero, the great, great grandson of Dr. Hero, brought this to the 2017 scanning day.
Permit from the town of Westboro for Sullivan to install plumbing at Lot 60 Westminster Lane. It was found in the basement rafters at lot 60 (now number 11 Westminster Lane) by Tom Morgan, who brought it to the 2017 scanning day.
This composite includes a photograph of James Parker, Sr. (b.12/24/1912) in his uniform (taken in 1970) and his license to drive fire fighting equipment from 1934. His son, James Parker, Jr., brought it to the 2017 scanning day.
Document granting John W. Bowman, a citizen of Westborough who was a Lieutenant in the G.A.R., a fifteen day furlough. His tenth generation grandson, Gary Bowman, brought it to the 2017 scanning day.
A photograph of Pat's Sunoco service station, a former business on the rotary. Paul McGrath brought this to the 2017 scanning day.
"Surgeon A. W. Whitney on right. Chaplain Gaylord at door of tent & Lt. Col. Baeheldir[?]. Lt. Geo. H. Bush next on left. Capt. W. H. Jackson next [on left] to Bush. & Sergeant William Pfaff. 1893 - Of these named all are now dead with the exception…
"Charles H. Hovey. 1st Lieut. Co. D., July 1861. Appointed Captain Co. K., Nov. 6, 1861. Wounded at Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862. Detached as Brigade Inspector on General Robinson's Staff - 1863. Badly wounded in leg at Gettysburg, July 1, 1863. Promoted…
Fisher Street when it was a dirt road.