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A riding crop used when horse-back riding. The most common whip used when riding is a crop. Riding crops vary somewhat in length, but they are generally between 24 and 30 inches long. They have a fiberglass or cane rod covered in fabric or…
The automobile came into use shortly after the incorporation of Maynard. A short account of its introduction and growth of the automobile in town life.
Worn by James Allan when he was a professional jockey.
A review of various forms of transportation and how they conveyed residents of Maynard, including walking, horseback, stage-coaches, steam trains, electric trolleys, busses and, finally, the automobile.
A sepia-colored picture of William Bishop, and his grandson, Herbert Bishop. Herbert is riding a workhorse.
Mr. Mahoney ran a barber shop on Main Street for many years. He was a horse fancier and always drove a sporty outfit..
Photograph of a manned horse and buggy taken at the American Powder Mill. (Note shadow of view camera and photographer at bottom.)
Photograph of a man and horse taken at the American Powder Company mills. (Note shadow of photographer and view camera at bottom of frame.)
This type is still used on work horses.