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A book of photographs of all the American Woolen Company mills. Undated.

A book outlining the payroll rates for the employees of the American Woolen Company including hourly wages for spinners, carders, weavers, finishers, and shippers.

An original American Woolen Company packing box with blanket.

A book of pictures of all the American Woolen Mills properties.

Two green/brown, woolen, medical blankets manufactured for the US Military by the American Woolen Company.

The American Woolen Mills Employees Booster is a monthly publication with news and overviews of each of the AWC mills.

Christmas Party photograph of the Main Office of the American Woolen Company.

Eva Edwards Frye is noted in the original accession record.

Rear (l-r): Raymond Veitch, ?? Templeton, Margaret McCormack, William Bain, Lucille Sims, Rachel Dzerkaz,…

A photo of Mill No. 5, Maynard, MA, taken by E. J. Keep of Jaffrey, NH.

These men are employees of the American Woolen Mills in the early 1900's. They are working in the Dressing and Slasher Room. (Front Row) Wilbur Hamlin, John Brophy, Harry Sullivan, David Sharpe; (Back Row) William Whitehead, George Howes, Harry…

A book describing the mills owned by the American Woolen Company in the 1920's. The Maynard description is shown as well as some introductory pages.

The buildings in red are made of brick, the yellow are made of wood.

The American Woolen Company mills as they appeared in the early 1900's.

see 1999.1917, 1999.85

85 room boarding house built by the American Woolen Company in 1902. It was sold to the Town in 1934 for a Town Hall. In 1963, it was razed and the US Post Office was built on the site (3/2/1963).

A group of employees of the Woolen Mill about to take a trip on an open trolley car. Photo taken on Main Street in front of the Congregational Church.

Photograph of the Mill Power House taken in 1902 showing huge steam-powered generators, electrical distribution equipment, wiring, and the operators of the equipment.

Note: ages of employees, employee sitting on top of one of the generators and on…

A booklet about the American Woolen Company's Insurance Plan, found in house on Park St.

The Collection includes the 37th, the 39th, the 48th, and the 52nd Annual Reports for the American Woolen Company. The reports include a report to the stockholders, financial updates, history of the company, profit & loss statements, balance sheet,…

The 37th Annual Report of the American Woolen Company from December 31, 1935. The Report includes a notice to the stockholders, history of the wool industry in America for the last 37 years, description of the differing types of wool, the process of…