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This was the property of Robert S. O'Neil, and is inscribed with his name.

The usual equipment of a Victorian barber shop was a single green upholstered tonsorial throne, a row of chairs along the wall, perphaps an old leather couch, and cuspidors…

These were the property of J. Leo Comeau, who was the last of the icemen to make deliveries in town. He delivered ice right up to the day he was stricken in May 1965. He used the apron when carrying the ice.

In 1849 when the Marlboro Branch of…

This cigar maker's cutting block was used by George White, with a possible hand-me-down from John Connors and Cornelius J. Lynch, prior owners of the cigar business.

Used by George E. White, who owned and operated a cigar manufacturing shop in the…