Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing (C/W MARS)
Farmer, surveyor, cartographer, local official, and local historian, of the Glendale section, Wilbraham, Mass
Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing (C/W MARS)
Copies of deed, quit claim deed
Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing (C/W MARS)
Includes typed and handwritten genealogical charts of the Savoie family
Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing (C/W MARS)
Typed and holographic documents on the genealogy of the St. Germain family
Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing (C/W MARS)
Includes genealogy and family chart (folded) of the descendants of Michel Richard (b. 1630)
Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing (C/W MARS)
Photos of W.K. Lewis & Brothers Condensed Milk Manufactory -- Crowds found her 'utterly' fascinating -- news clipping about Elsie the Cow, from Elm Hill Farm in Brookfield -- History of Condensed Milk Factory -- Articles about Elsie -- Historical commission request for factory on Long Hill Road
Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing (C/W MARS)
Anna Estelle Glancy was born in 1883. A 1905 graduate of Wellesley with an A.B. in mathematics, she received her Ph. D from the University of California at Berkeley in astronomy in 1913. She began her career as an assistant astronomer with the Argentine National Observatory in Cordoba Argentina, returning to the United States at the beginning of World War I. She was a research scientist at American Optical in Southbridge, Massachusetts for over 30 years. As a mathematician she worked on numerous AO lens designs, and was responsible for performing the many complex mathematical calculations involved in ophthalmic optics. Her research work earned her 13 patents between 1929 and 1945. In 1946 she published a paper on "Practical Methods of Computing Finite Throw Schmidt Systems". She has, it is estimated, computed formulas from which over a million lenses have been made. In 1950 she was hailed as the only woman lens designer in the world. Dr. Glancy died in 1975 at the age of 91
Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing (C/W MARS)
On Feb. 15, 1902 an acetylene gas explosion destroyed T.E. Gould's house, killing 3 and seriously injuring another
Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing (C/W MARS)
V.I. 1880-March 1905 -- v. II. March 1905-October 1941 -- v. III. March 1944-October 1949 -- v. IV. March 1964-June 1970
Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing (C/W MARS)
Genealogical chart