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  • Subject contains "Corn"

Date: ca. 1900
Description: "Beginning in 1871, the Town began to repurchase some land it had previously sold between Church Street and Lake Quannapowitt. Improvements were made each year through enlargements and beautification…[More]

Description: "In 1856, the residents of South Reading voted at the annual town meeting to establish the town's first official library. With an annual budget of $300 for both the purchase of books and the…

Description: "Mr. Daley, foreman, and three of his workers, stand amid the 12-foot high cornstalks in the Beebe cornfield. It was reported that the corn grown on the farm was a perennial prize winner at the…

Creator: Sweetser, Cornelius
Description: "Born in South Reading in 1808, Cornelius Sweetser was the eldest son of Cornelius and Phoebe (Eaton) Sweetser. At the age of 20 he entered into the shoe business in Boston and later moved his trade…[More]

Creator: Klapes, Jeffrey M. , 1964-
Date: 09-23-2007
Description: Photos show views of the granite historical marker located at the extreme northeast corner of the Upper Common at the corner of Main and Church Streets.

Date: 1992
Description: "West Street." -- From the album containing the photograph

Date: 1918
Description: Black and white photograph with ball point pen noting Staking Department at the Boston Mat Leather Company, Peabody, Massachusetts. There are six men in the photo and in ball point pen is the…

Description: Brown Farm. Corn field where young man stands. Box of picked corn at his feet.

Description: Brown Farm. Corn field where corn stalks are stacked in shorn field with man looking at one of them. Two houses are in the background.