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Possibly taken at the Assabet Mil

Caption: 10797 - Drawing-in, preparatory to actual weaving of a woolen fabric.

A 22 in. x 35 in. piece of the first material manufactured in the Assabet Mill when if started in 1847. Preserved and handed down through the Maynard family.

This piece of cloth was last owned by William H. Gutteridge. Mr. Gutteridge came to…

Joe Boothroyd's insurance card that outlines the benefits offered by the Woolen Mill.

Union Contract with the workers of the 13 American Woolen Company Mills including the Assabet Mills of Maynard.

A drawing of the woolen mills for insurance purposes.

A copy of a large framed lithograph.

Letterhead from the Assabet Manufacturing Co. with order to Sawyer Mills on obverse.

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

Series of external views of the mill c.1930. One photo shows unloading of wool into the building.

Photograph of the overseers of the mill taken in 1921.
Left to Right
Front Row
1. Harry Burnham 2. James J Morgan 3. Everett Troope, Sr (alternate spelling Troup) 4. Charles Courtney 5. Frank Prue 6. Joseph Donohue 7. Albert Easthope 8. Thomas…

Photo on right shown as seen without 3D glasses.

Bobbin of dark brown yarn from Assabet Mills.

Original snapshot taken by Ralph Sheridan in 1918 at the time of the construction of the No. 1 Mill. The Mill Pond was completely drained in order to build the foundation. Note wooden flume in background. Also, a pipeline is running from the core…

World War I buttons cut off military coats, shredded in the Shoddy Mill, Assabet Mills. They were found by Edmund Duggan.