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Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



JL3ST3D WOOD. 
Office, No. 137 Main Street, GREENFIELD, MASS. 



E3E3 3NTI^IES 



DIRECTORY. 




ELECTROTYPING, 

Book, Job and Cut Work, 



CHAS. VAN VLACK, 

301 MAIN STREET, 

Springfield, Mass. 



Steam Laundry, 

CORNER FEDERAL ASD AMES STREETS, 

GREENFIELD, MASS. 



Family Washing done" at reasonable prices. All work directed to 
Troy Xaundry Co., Greenfield, Mass., neatly and satisfactorily done, and 
regular Troy work. Work called for and delivered without extra 
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Stair Work of any kind or pattern furnished as 

desired. 

Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere. 

OFFICE, YARD & MILLS, ON HOPE ST. 

T. N. AUSTIN & CO. 



T. N. AUSTIN. 



W. B. GAINES. 



C. A. TAN DOORN & CO., 

GREENFIELD, MASS. 

You ••an save money and get the best of goods, and the largest assortment to 

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Window Shades, Silver Plated Ware, Lamps, Chandeliers, 

ALSO 

Housekeeping Goods, Refrigerators, Ice Water Coolers, Ice 
Cream Freezers, Oil Stoves, Home Light Oil, Paper 
Water Pails, Slop Pails, Clothes Wringers, Ta- 
ble Cutlery, Carvers, Stew Pans, Coffee 
Pots, Vases, Cologne Sets. 

GOODS WARRANTED. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

PAPER HANGING * PAINTING 

Furnished at Short Notice. 
PRICES LOW AS THE LOWEST. 

C .A.. "VAUST JDOOTllST Sc CO. 

64 Main Street, Greenfield Mass. 



a", v. :d:e?-:e"W'S 

Ice Cream and Dining Rooms, 

For Ladies and Gentlemen, 
145 TO 149 MAIN STREET, GREENFIELD, MASS. 

Manufacturer of 
PURE HOME-MADE CANDIES, BREAD, CAKE, PASTRY, WED- 
DING CAKE, CAKE ORNAMENTS and ORNAMENTING. 

Personal Attention to Catering in all its Branches. 

ICE CREAM, SHERBETS, WATER ICES, JELLIES, 

CHARLOTTE DE RDSSE, SALADS, OYSTERS 

In all Styles, furnished and satisfaction guaranteed. 

145 TO 149 MAIN ST., - - GREENFIELD. 

F. B. WELLS, Ph. G. 

DRUGGIS1V CHEMIST, 

Late with CASWELL, HAZARD & CO., New York. 



Particular attention given to the manufacture and dispensing of elegant 

PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS and PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS. 

A complete line of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, 
Supporters, Trusses, Fancy Goods, Cigars and Confection- 
ery, Choice Wines and Liquors, all of the best 
quality, and at reasonable prices. 

A COMPETENT MAN ALWAYS IN ATTENDANCE. 

F. G. WELLS, Ph. G. 

Arms' New Block, - - - Greenfield, Mass. 



GREENFIELD 



DIRECTORY, 



188B 



FITZGERALD & CO., 

Publishers. 



WORCESTER, MASS. 
PRESS OF CHAS. HAMILTON, 
311 Main Street. 
1885. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE. 

American House, .... Back colored 
Allen Charles P. dentist, . . . Back colored 
S. Allen's Sons, hardware, cutlery, &c, Back colored 
Austin T. N. & Co. contractors, . Front colored 

Benjamin M. J. boots and shoes, . Back colored 
Carll J. L. carpenter and builder, . Back colored 
Day Charles J. coal dealer, . . Front cover 

Drew J. V. restaurant and confectionery, Opposite title 
Green A. W. furniture and undertaker, . . 36 

Hull A. N. coal dealer, 41 

Keith Charles, groceries and provisions, Back colored 
Mason & McKenney, stoves and tinware, Back colored 
Miner A. G. paints, sash, etc., .... 8 

Moody C. M. books and stationery, . Back of map 
Popkins B. F. photographer, . . Back cover 

Rankin A. A. marble works .... 59 
Shaw Charles S. mason builder, . 5 

Tilton F. G. & Co. books and stationery, . . 70 
Troy Steam Laundry, . . . Front cover 

Van Doom C. A. & Co. house furnishing goods, etc., 

Front colored 
Wells F. B. apothecary, . . . Opposite title 
Whipple Rollin P. stoves and plumbing, Back colored 
Wing Chauncey, machine shop, ... 77 

Witney Anson, carriage maker, . Back colored 



WORKS ESTABLISHED IN 1874. 



MORGAN, CROSSMAN & COMPANY, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Rubber Stamps & Stamp Goods. 

CHECK PROTECTORS, SEAL PRESSES, 

STEEL STAMPS, STENCILS, METAL-BODIED 
RUBBER TYPE, ETC. 



OPP. DEPOT, 227 MAIN STREET, 
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

Price List Free on application. 




OUR SPRINGFIELD PATRONS. 



Book Binder. 

Belden H. L. 275 Main street, . . Back colored 

Bridge Builders. 

Hawkins R. F., Liberty street opposite B. & A. 

freight house, . 7 

Designers and Wood Engravers. 
Bolles Frank, Jr. & Co. 268 Main street, Front cover 

Dry Goods and Fancy Goods. 

Forbes & Wallace, 390 Main street, Back cover 

Dyeing Establishment. 

Broadhurst & Son, 57 Worthington, ... 6 

Electrotyper. 

Yan Ylack Chas. 301 Main street, Front cover 

Iron and Brass Castings. 

Hawkins R. F., Liberty street opposite B. & A. 

freight house, ..... 7 

Patent Solicitor, 

Webster Allen, 438 Main street, ... 77 

Rubber Printing Stamps. 

Morgan, Grossman & Co. 227 Main street, . 2 

Steam Boiler Manufacturers. 

Hawkins R. F., Liberty street opposite B. & A. 

freight house, ..... 7 

Stencils and Steam Presses. 

Morgan, Crossman & Co. 227 Main street, . 2 



STREETS. 



Ames street, from Federal street west to Davis street 
Bank row, south to railroad 

Chapman street, from Main street north to town limits 
Church street, from Federal street east to High street 
Coombs avenue, from Main street south 
Congress street, from Russell northeast to Crescent 
Conway street, from Main street north to Grove street 
Cork street, from Russell street southerly 
Crescent street, from Main southeast to town limits 
Davis street, from Main street north to Pleasant street 
Deerfield street, from Mill st. southeast to town limits 
Devens street, from Wells street to Elm street 
Elm street, from Main street to Grove street 
Federal street, from Main st. northeast to town limits 
Franklin street, from Main street to Church street 
Grinnell street, from Crescent street to Russell street 
Grove street, from Wells street to Elm street 
High street, from Main street north to town limits 
Hope street, from Main street south to town limits 
Leyden road, from junction of Main street and Cole- 

raine road north 
Main street, from Crescent street west to junction of 

Shelburne and Coleraine roads 
Maple street, from Union street cast to High street 
Mill street, from railroad crossing west to town limits 
Newton avenue, from Mill street west to Shelburne road 
Newton place, from Court square to railroad west 
Olive street, from Hope street west to depot 



STREETS. 



Park street, from Franklin street east to High street 
Plain road from Mill street to West Deerfield 
Pleasant street, from Federal st. west to Wells street 
Prospect street, from Congress street west to Hope 
Prospect avenue, from Prospect street south 
River street, from Mill street south to town limits 
Russell street, from Washington street easterly 
School street, from Main street north to Pleasant street 
Shattnck square, from Main street to Main street 
Shelburne road, from junction of Main street and Cole- 

raine road west 
Silver street, from Federal street west to Leyden road 
Troy street, from Russell street north 
Union street, from Church street north to Maple street 
Washington st. from Deerfield st. south to town limits 
Water street, west side of Green River 
Wells street, from Main street north to town limits 
Wilson avenue, from Federal street westerly 
Wright avenue, from Union street, westerly 



CHARLES S. SHAW, 

Mason and Builder 

Brick-laying, Plastering, Cementing, Tile-setting, Kalsomining, &c., 
in the best manner. 

RESIDENCE ON CHAPMAN STREET. 

Orders by mail promptly attended to. Estimates furnished. 
Telephone connection. 

GREENFIELD. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 




ADVEKTI8KMKNTS. 



R. R HAWKINS' 

UROlsT WORKS, 



SPRINGFIELD. MASS. 



Successor to Wm. Howe, Stone & Harris and Harris & Hawkins. 
WORKS ESTABLISHED 1840. 



Howe Truss, Pin and Link, Riveted Lattice, and Solid Plate 

Girder Bridies. 



Draw Bridges, Turn Tables, Bolts, Forgings, 
R. R. Frogs, and Switches. 



Situ Boilers, Tanks and all Riveted Work. 



Iron and Brass Castings, Building Fronts, Etc. 



Machine and Blacksmith Work to Order. 



R. F. HAWKINS, Proprietor. 
C. H. MULLIGAN, Supt. E. B. JENNINGS, Engineer. 



ADVERTISEMENTS . 



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WINDOW SHADES, FIXTURES, CORD AND 
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43 XJLAX1ST STREET, 

GREENFIELD, MASS. 



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DEALER IN 

BOOKS, STATIONERY, PICTURES AND FRAMES, 
Artists' Materials and Fancy Goods, 

NO. 6 MANSION HOUSE BLOGtC, 
GREENFIELD, MASS. 

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GREENFIELD DIRECTORY. 



ABERCROMBIE ROBERT, farmer, off Deerfield road 

Ackerman Peter, carpenter, house 53 Washington 

Adams Andrew B. mason, house Lamp Black street 

Adams Elizabeth Mrs. house Silver 

Adams Frank L. driver Amer. Ex. Co. rooms 7 High 

Adams George C. farmer, h. East Bernardston road 

Adams J. Mrs. house Hollow road 

Adams Peleg, farmer, house East Bernardston road 

AIKEN DAYID, attorney, Arms block, h. 39 Main 

AIKEN JOHN A. attorney, Arms block, h. 39 Main 

Alaine Carrie Miss, compositor, boards 1 Davis 

Aldrich Esther Mrs. house Devens near Wells 

Alexander Albert A. carpenter, house Leonard 

Allen A. J. farmer, house Federal 

Allen Charles, clerk, Franklin Savings Institution, boards 

Main corner Congress 
Allen Charles F. shoemaker, house School cor. Garfield 
Allen Charles P. dentist, 104 Main, house 70 Federal 
Allen Daniel A. (86 years old), boards Orra M. Jones's 
Allen Franklin, clerk, house Main corner Congress 
Allen F. R. (S. Allen's Sons), house 167 Main 
Allen George A. Mrs. house Congress 
Allen Nathan D. keeper of County Jail 
Allen William B. salesman for Charles Henry 
Allen W. H. (S. Allen's Sons), h. Main cor. Congress 
Allen Quintius Mrs. bds. F. D. Kelly's Coleraine road 
ALLEN'S S. SONS, hardware, agricultural implements, 

etc. Main corner Bank row. — See adv. 
Alvord Francis A. trimmer, house 42 Wells 



18 GREENFIELD [B] DIRECTORY. 



American Express Company, H. R. Freshour, agent at 

depot and 47 Main 
AMERICAN HOUSE, Main opposite Washington 

Hall. — See adv. 
Ames H. E. salesman, boards 50 Main 
Ames James M. farmer, house Federal corner Ames 
Ames Maria Mrs. house 18 Conway 
Ames William A. house Federal corner Ames 
Amidon J. H. clerk, house Prospect avenue 
Anderson John, machinist, house Deerfield road 
Andrews L. A. Miss, bookkeeper for J. V. Drew 
Arms Avice S. Miss, boards John Sheldon's 
Arms Elihu G. farmer, house Coleraine road 
Anns George A. house 13 High 
Askew Abraham, cutler, house Turners Falls road 
Asten Abraham, cutler, house High 
Atherton Frank, carpenter, house 3 Main 
Atwood Elwin M. carpenter, house 42 Chapman 
Atwood Orrill P. painter, house Elm opposite Devens 
Austin George C. grinder, house Wells corner Devens 
AUSTIN T. N. & CO. ( W. B. Gaines), builders and 

lumber dealers, Hope, house Congress. — See adv. 
Averill Marvin D. carpenter, house Maple 
Avery George W. clerk, house 19 School 



BABCOCK ANNA M. MRS. house 24 Congress 

Babcock Harrison T. laborer, house 25 Mill 

Baker Henry P. agent, house 62 Federal 

Baker Roena Miss, house 43 Chapman 

Ball A. G. building mover, postoffice box 28 

Ball Frank W. truckman, house 2 Grove 

Ball Wallace A. {Ball dk Drury), house 49 Chapman 

Ball & Drury, provisions, School 

Ballon C.Emerson, farmer, house South Shelburne road 

Ballou Frank H. farmer, house Green River road 



GREENFIELD [B] DIBBCTORY. 19 



BANGS F. W. dry goods and carpets, Pond's block, 

house 6 Church 
Bangs John C. shoemaker, boards 43 Davis 
Barber Carrie A. teacher, boards 5 Federal 
Barber John M. dining-rooms, Mansion House block, 

house 30 High 
Barber Joseph E. machinist, boards 42 School 
Barber C. H. Mrs. house 42 School 
Bard well Anna, widow of S. T. house 18 Wells 
Bard well Elizabeth Miss, house Garfield corner School 
Bard well Frances Miss, house Garfield corner School 
Bardwell Oscar, farmer, house Federal corner Garfield 
Barker Houghton J. agent, house Federal 
Barnard E. E. carpenter, house Montague City 
BARNARD H. L. prop. Franklin House, Bank row 
Barnard John, painter, house Devens near Conway 
Barnes Albert, brakeman, house 31 Wells 
Barnes Lysander, mechanic, house 97 Chapman 
Barnes William, house Deerfield road 
Barney Edward C. farmer, house Conway near Grove 
Barney Joseph H. baggage master, house 33 Congress 
Barr Robert, farmer, house Silver 
Barrett C. S. overseer work-shop at County Jail, house 5 

Federal 
Barry Mary Mrs. house 21 Washington 
Bartlett H. M. at East Deerfield depot, h. 20 Prospect 
Barton Arthur, canvasser, boards 33 School 
Barton L. G. tanner, house off Bernardston road 
Bascom Abner B. farmer, house Lamp Black street 
Bascom Chester A. farmer, house Federal 
Bascom Moses P. clerk, house Washington 
Bascom Rollin, machinist, boards 50 Main 
Bass Orsemus H. blacksmith, Coleraine road, house do. 
Bates A. Miss, teacher, boards Maple opposite Union 
Bates Catherine Mrs. house 45 Davis 
Bates Clifford E. clerk Amer. Ex. Co. bds. 31 Chapman 



20 GREENFIELD [B] DIRECTORY. 

Bates Lucius E. carpenter, house 31 Chapman 

Bathold Jacob, hostler for L. Nims & Co. 

Bathold Stephen, teamster, house Mill 

Batterson Aaron, blacksmith for G. E. Salisbury 

Bauch August Mrs. house Washington 

Bauch Louis, cutler, house Washington 

Bauch William, cutler, house Washington 

Bazine Godfrey, printer, h. rear Cutler, Lyons & Field 

Bazine Nellie, saleswoman for White Brothers 

Belair Amedee (Belair dc By an), house Mill 

Belair & fly an, carriage makers, Olive near depot 

Beals E. B. florist, 8 Chapman, house do. 

Beals H. K. dentist, Mansion House block 

Beals J. dentist, Mansion House block, house 11 High 

Belding Leslie A. house 35 Wells 

Bemis Charles M. mechanic, house 29 Davis 

Bemis J. L. watchmaker, house 34 Davis 

Benjamin Dwight A. shoemaker, house 47 High 

Benjamin E. E. salesman for Cutler, Lyons & Field 

BENJAMIN M. J. boots and shoes, Main corner Davis, 

house Franklin. — See adv. 
Bennett C. W. Mrs. house Devens near Wells 
Bennett Minnie Miss, boards Rufus A. Packard's 
Benton Edward, house 49 Federal 
Berry Samuel, watchman at American House 
Berry Sarah (76 years old), house Garfield 
Betts Alonzo, painter, house Garfield 
Bickford A. F. carpenter, 23 School, h. 66 Chapman 
Bickford Henry, brakeman, house 5 Wells 
Bigelow Charles A. baker, house Garfield 
Bigelow George William, clerk C. N. Reed's, boards 

Franklin House 
Billings Eunice, house Main opposite Baptist church 
Billings Henry F. mason, house 82 Federal 
Billings William, house 80 Chapman 
Bird Jonathan Mrs. house Main corner High 



GREENFIELD [B] DIRECTORY. 21 

Bird Julia Miss, house Main corner High 
Bishop Lydia M. Mrs. house Leonard 
Bitzer John M. laborer, house Deerfield road 
Black Nathaniel, farmer, house Swamp road 
Blake William B. boards Mrs. George A. Allen's 
Blakeley Frank, shoemaker, boards 20 Bank row 
Blakeley Martha, dining-rooms, 20 Bank row 
Blaisdell Clark, house Prospect Hill Seminary 
Blanchard A. M. farmer, house 28 Congress 
Blanchard Frank P. shoemaker, house 28 Congress 
Blanchard W. Edgar, cutler, house 28 Congress 
Blodgett Lewis G. carpenter, boards 12 Chapman 
Blodgett Rodney L. carpenter, house 12 Chapman 
Blodgett S. N. stone mason, house 87 Chapman 
Boehmer Charles, cutler, house old Leyden road 
Bond Austin L. engineer, house 30 Davis 
Bonneville Joseph, carpenter, house 27 Hope 
Boss James F. painter, house Wells near Devens 
Boucha Peter, farmer, house 77 Federal 
Bouker F. E. manager New England Telephone Com- 
pany, boards 1 Davis 
Bouker Henry, painter, house rear 63 Chapman 
Bouker John D. house 63 Chapman 
Boutwell Charles G. carpenter, house Garfield c. Davis 
Boutwell Leslie B. clerk at Wiley & Russell's 
BOWEN H. A. station agent, G. R. R. 
Bowen Patrick, laborer, house Newton place 
Bowers Ernest, mechanic, house 51 Deerfield 
Bowers James, laborer, house n. Green River cemetery 
Bowman Frank, watchman, house 62 Federal 
Brackett Belle Miss, compositor Gazette and Courier 
Brackett H. A. Mrs. house 8 West Main 
Brackett Hattie E. Miss, house 8 West Main 
Brackett Henry W. blacksmith, rear Strecker block, 

house 38 Davis 
Bradley Joseph, laborer, house River 



22 GREENFIELD []3] DIRECTORY. 

Bradstreet Frank W. boards 29 Davis 

Brainard Albert, taxidermist, with H. R. Beals 

Bray George L. printer, house Wilson avenue 

Brazor Antoine, section hand, house Washington 

Breen John, laborer, house 26 Washington 

Breen Lawrence, laborer, house Washington 

Breen Patrick, laborer, house 5 School 

Brennan William, truckman, house 32 Russell 

Brewer George Henry, driver, house 40 Federal 

Brewster George S. conductor, house Shelburne road 

Brigham A. engineer for Cutler, Lyons & Field 

Briggs Samuel, mason, house 35 Davis 

Briggs Henry D. farmer, house Coleraine road 

Brooks A. A. Rev. pastor Unitarian Church, boards 

Mansion House 
Brooks Harry, plumber, boards 1 Davis 
Brown Benjamin P. mason, house Devens 
Brown Myron, carpenter, rooms 1 Davis 
Brown Samuel H. carpenter, house west end West Main 
Browning Anson, clothing, Mansion House block, house 

18 Church 
Bryant Chauncey, deputy sheriff, house 32 Conway 
BRYANT W. C. merchant tailor, Hollister's block, 

house Taylor's block 
Buchanan C. T. yardmaster, boards H. E. Embury's 
Buchanan John, at Town Farm 
Buck S. J. Miss, teacher, house 10 Congress 
Buddington Thomas, postal clerk, rms. Hollister's block 
Bullard A. C. Mrs. house 9 West Main 
Bullard Edwin W. clerk, boards 1 Davis 
Bullard Henry, farmer, house Federal 
Bullard Luke, farmer, house Federal 
Bullard Mark, farmer, house Federal 
Bullock Dwight, farmer, house Leyden road 
Bui man Cornelius, laborer, house Washington 
Bulman James, laborer, house Cork 



GREENFIELD [C] DIRE< PORT. 23 

Bulman Michael, laborer, house Washington 

Bnlman Thomas, laborer, house Washington 

Bunting John, driver, house Devens corner Elm 

Burdett Asa, laborer, house SI Federal 

Burdett Frances Mrs. seamstress, house 16 Wells 

Burke Cornelius, machinist, boards D. F. Burke's 

Burke Dennis F. laborer, house Plain road 

Burke Edward, machinist, boards D. F. Burke's 

Burke James, machinist, boards D. F. Burke's 

Burke Michael, house Deertield road 

Burnham Alonzo, teamster, house Wells above Arch 

Burnham Eugene, employe Hagar & Squire 

Burnham Fred G. bookkeeper for W. N. Potter & Sons 

Burnham Fred L. house Conway corner Grove 

Burnham George B. painter, house 50 Chapman 

Burnham George G. carpenter, house Conway 

Burnham J. B. carpenter, house Montague City 

Burnham Lorenzo, teamster, house Wells 

Burns James, teamster, house Olive 

Burrows Charles, butcher for J. P. Felton 

Burrows L. P. turnkey at County Jail 

Butler Benjamin F. machinist, boards 22 West Main 

Butler C. L. foreman, house 22 West Main 

Butler James, farmer, house 3 Main 

Butler Michael, teamster, house Elm 

Butler N. C. diesinker, house 37 Wells 

Butler Patrick, laborer, boards Elm 

Butler Patrick Mrs. house Elm 

Butler ft. P. blacksmith, house Pleasant 

Bryne Thomas J. laborer, house Hope corner Russell 

CADETT FEED, hostler, house off Mill 

Cain, see Kane 

Caldwell John O. shoemaker, house Crescent 

Caldwell J. Porter, conductor, h. west end West Main 

Campbell Mary, laundress, house Chapman corner Arch 



24 GREENFIELD [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Campbell Michael, laborer, house 47 Wells 

Cantrell George B. carpenter, house 36 School 

Cantrell James H. house Federal corner Maple 

Carbeo John F. farmer, house Federal 

Carey George, butcher, house Shelburne road 

Carey Lucius F. butcher, house Shelburne road 

Carey Robert A. Jr. house Plain road 

Carley Patrick, laborer, boards Patrick Cummings's 

Carll Charles, laborer, house Deerfield road 

CARLL J. L. builder and contractor, Main, house 28 

Conway. — See adv. 
Carll Walter E. boards J. L. Carll's 
Carpenter Ira Mrs. house Federal 
Carpenter Orra A. teacher, house 45 Davis 
Carson Walter S. book and job printer, Bank row, house 

27 Main 
Casey Catherine Mrs. house Washington 
Casey Patrick, laborer, house 86 Hope 
Caswell George B. truckman, house 22 Chapman 
Cavanaugh John, house Russell corner Cork 
Cavanaugh John G. Mrs. house Russell opp. Congress 
Cavanaugh Patrick Mrs. house Grinnell 
Chambers William, farmer, house Bernardston road 
Chapin A. W. {Chapin dc Williams), house Deerfield 
Chapin David G. carpenter, house 20 Congress 
Chapin F. A. section master, house Wells near Main 
Chapin J. E. carpenter, house 15 Congress 
Chapin John, farmer, house Federal 
Chapin Ralph, driver for Arthur N. Hull 
Chapin William S. shoemaker, boards 20 Congress 
Chapin & Williams, insurance agents, American House 

block 
Chapman Clifton M. machinist, house 50 Wells 
Chapman Matthew, house 161 Main 
Chapman Sumner, clairvoyant, house Wells near Main 
Chase Eunice D. Mrs. house 1 Federal 



GREENFIELD [Q] DIRECTORY. 25 

Chase William H. laborer, boards 1 Federal 

Chickering Fred S. teamster, house 28 Congress 

Childs Edward N. mason, boards Main corner Davis 

Childs Lucy A. widow of M. M. house 4 West Main 

Childs Willis N. boards 4 West Main 

Clancy John, machinist, boards Union House 

Clapp Frederick, bookkeeper, boards American House 

Clapp George H. civil engineer, house 47 Davis 

Clapp H. W. Mrs. house Main corner High 

Clare Timothy, laborer, house River 

Clark Bertha M. Miss, boards 5 Church 

Clark Henry, cutler, house Deerfield road 

Clark John Solon, carpenter, house 45 Davis 

Clark W. S. stoves and hardware, 68 Main, house Shat- 

tuck square 
Clark W. W. carpenter, house west end West Main 
Class Christian, machinist, house Grinnell 
Class Philip H. machinist, house Grinnell 
Coats Adeline Mrs. house Newton place 
Coates John S. clerk, boards Newton place 
Cobb Clarence, superintendent Town farm 
Cohn Charles, clothing, etc. Main opposite American 

House 
Colle Mary Mrs. house 7 Mill 
Coller D. F. Mrs. house 7 Chapman 
Collier Edward L. tailor, house Leonard 
Collins James, laborer, house 88 Hope 
Collins Michael, laborer, house Hope 
Collis Lawrence, laborer, house Hope 
Comins G. S. H. dentist, with C. C. Haskell 
Comstock T. L. {Turners Falls Lumber Company), 

house 19 High 
CONANT & CONANT, attorneys, Bank row 
CONANT CHESTER C. judge of probate and in- 
solvency, office Bank row, house 14 High 
Conant Hiram (age 86), boards Elm House 



2Q GREENFIELD [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Conant Samuel D. {Conant <& Oo?iant), house Grinnell 
Conkey Jennie V. telegraph operator, Union depot 
Conkey William W. clerk, house Cheapside 
Connelly Daniel, laborer, house Plain road 
Connelly Jeremiah, watchman, house Washington 
Connors Peter, plumber, boards 1 Davis 
Connors William, farmer, house 116 Chapman 
Conroy Michael, laborer, boards Patrick Noonan's 
Converse James C. house 16 West Main 
Conway Patrick, laborer, boards Grinnell 
Cook Charles L. laborer, boards 17 Chapman 
Cook Chauneey C. carpenter, house near Deerfield River 

bridge 
Cook George A. farmer, house Deerfield road 
Cook Jacob, cutler, house Water 
Cook Lafayette, house 17 Chapman 
COOK L. A. clothing and furnishing goods, Main cor- 
ner Federal, house Grinnell 
Cook R. W. farmer, house Nash's Mills 
Cooley Hannah N. Mrs. house 64 Federal 
Coolidge C. W. porter at Elm House 
Coolidge H. W. carpenter, house Adams road 
Coombs Ginerva Mrs. house 3 West Main 
Corliss Lawrence, brakeman, house Hope 
Corliss Margaret Mrs. house 41 Washington 
Corliss Thomas, laborer, house Deerfield road 
Corliss William, laborer, house Washington 
Corsigli Constantino, fruit dealer, Bank row, house off 

Mill 
Costello James, boards Union House 
Costello John, burnisher, house 31 Wells 
Cottrell E. E. Miss, boards Mansion House 
Couch A. W. teacher Green River school, h. 64 Federal 
Coughliu William, laborer, house 37 Washington 
County Treasurer's office, 6 Mansion House block 
Court House, Court square 



GHEENFIELD [D] DIRECTORY. 27 



Cousins J. K. printer at Good Cheer Publishing Go's. 
Cowing Emery, blacksmith for H. W. Brackett 
Crafts Lewis P. baggage master, house Grinnell 
Cramer W. H. machinist, house Deern'eld road 
Cranson Joel J. painter, 19 Hope, house 6 School 
Cronin John, boards Union House 
Crosby Anne Mrs. house Shattuck square 
CKOSBY DANIEL W., Bakery Co., Davis 
Crosby Fanny Mrs. (age 87), house 50 Chapman 
Crosby James A. baker, house Wells 
Crowley Daniel, house 92 Hope 
Crowley John, laborer, house 92 Hope 
Crowningshield William, farmer, house 34 School 
Cummings Mamie Miss, milliner for Wanda Miller 
Cummings Patrick, blacksmith, house 6 Mill 
Curtis Frank P. clerk, house 41 Chapman 
Curtis George, plumber, boards 33 School 
Cushman H. W. Mrs. house 1 Congress 
Cushman R. N. crockery, 57 Main, house 42 Davis 
Cutler N. S. (C. 9 Lyons d? Field), house 8 Pleasant 
CUTLER, LYONS & FIELD, ladies', misses' and chil- 
dren's shoe manufacturing, Olive 
Cutter Amelia N. Miss, dressmaker, house Congress 



DADMAN FRANK, printer at Good Cheer Pub. Co.'s 
Dahill E. agent Wheeler & Wilson Mfg. Co. h. 5 Wells 
Dakin Margaret Mrs. house Richardson's block 
Daly John, laborer, house 51 Washington 
Damon Edward H. machinist, house Sohool c. Pleasant 
Damon Orange D. carpenter, house 73 Chapman 
Danforth John H. inspector, house Devens near Wells 
Daniels Culen W. farmer, house Silver 
Daniels William E. butcher for J. P. Felton 
DAVENPORT W. M. manager depot restaurant, house 
16 School 



28 . GREENFIELD [D] DIRECTORY. 

DAVIS H. J. photographer, Pond's block, house 19 

Conway 
DAY CHARLES J. coal and wood dealer, 137 Main, 

house Grinnell. — See front cover 
Day Emelie J. Miss, compositor, Gazette and Courier 
Day George, mechanic house " Horace Smead " place 
Day George J. Mrs. house Congress corner Russell 
Day Robert, woodworker, house Factory hollow 
Day William L. band instructor, house 18 Chapman 
Day William L. Jr. clerk, rooms 18 Chapman 
Dean Charles, machinist, house 60 Federal 
Dean D. L. mechanic, house 98 Chapman 
Deane A. C. physician, office and residence 154 Main 
Dempsey Daniel, Jr. machinist, boards John Dempsey's 
Dempsey John, laborer, house Shelburne road 
Dempsey Timothy, laborer, house Washington 
Denham H. C. butcher, house 47 School 
Denison Hattie Mrs. house 34 Davis 
Deslauriers Charles M. carriage maker, house Mill 
Devilin John E. house 16 Church 
De Wolf Almon, house 23 West Main 
De Wolf Austin, attorney and clerk, Turners Falls Co. 

house 23 Main 
De Wolf Edward L. carpenter, house 37 Davis 
Diamond Soap Co., Tool Co.'s shop, Wells 
Dinsmore C. W. clerk at J. P. Felton's, boards Culen 

W. Daniels's 
Doane Patrick, laborer, boards 7 Mill 
Do be William Mrs. house Washington 
Dodge C. F. mason, house 10 Pleasant 
Dodge M. M. dressmaker, 11 Federal 
Dole Fred J. clerk, boards 2 West Main 
Dole Warren F. butcher, house Ames 
Donoghoe Ellen Mrs. house 23 Wells 
Donoghoe Mary Mrs. house Grinnell 
Donovan Dennis C. polisher, house Wells corner Grove 



GREENFIELD [D] DIRECTORY. 29 

Donovan Dennis J. laborer, house Hope 

Donovan Dennis Peter, house Washington 

Donovan Edward, machinist, house 40 Deerh'eld 

Donovan James, laborer, boards 7 Mill 

Donovan John E. clerk, First National Bank, house 

43 Chapman 
Donovan Honora Mrs. house 29 Hope 
Donovan James P. polisher, house Cork 
Donovan John, machinist, boards 29 Hope 
Donovan Mary Miss, house 40 Washington 
Donovan Michael, laborer, boards 7 Mill 
Donovan Patrick, clerk for White Brothers 
Donovan Peter, cutler, house 43 Chapman 
Donovan William, laborer, house 91 Hope 
Donovan William, 2d, laborer, house Washington 
Doolittle A. J. carpenter, house 44 Chapman 
Dorsey John, boards Michael Dorsey's 
Dorsey Michael, laborer, house High 
Doyle Bridget Miss, tailoress, house 3 Wells 
Doyle John, printer at The Reformer 
Doyle Lizzie Miss, seamstress, house 3 Wells 
Drake Emma E. Miss, at Telephone office 
Drew George D. tin peddler, house Montague City 
DREW J. V. bakery, confectionery and restaurant, also 

teas, coffees and spices, 145 and 149 Main. — See adv. 
Driscoll Patrick, laborer, house Marshall 
Driscoll John, laborer, house 95 Wells 
Driscoll Patrick, laborer, house Cork 
Driscoll Timothy, laborer, house 50 Chapman 
Drury Horace {Ball d? Drury), house School 
Dunklee S. B. Mrs. house Wells corner Arch 
Dnnigan Joanna Mrs. house Russell corner Hop6 
Dunn Patrick, laborer, house 26 Washington 
Dnnnell David, farmer, house 67 Chapman 
Dunnell Lyman L. peddler, house 74 Chapman 
Duress James E. tallyman, house 16 Davis 



30 GREENFIELD [E] DIRECTORY. 

Duress Joseph, conductor, house 16 Davis 

Duress Robert, plater, boards 16 Davis 

Durkin Owen, watchman, house Deerfield road 

Durvenger Alfred, carpenter, house 1 Hope 

Dustin William P. travelling agent, house 18 West Main 

Dwyer Cornelius, at Wiley & Russell's, house Grinnell 

Dwyer Joanna Mrs. house Grinnell 

Dwyer John, laborer, house Washington 

Dwyer John, 2d, cutler, house Washington 

Dwyer Michael, laborer, house 83 Wells 

Dwyer Thomas, laborer, house off Mill 

EAGAN CORNELIUS, laborer, house High 

Eddy Charles F. A. attorney, Sanborn's block, house 

Shattuck square 
Eddy George S. house Prospect corner Congress 
Eddy Moses, house Shattuck square 
Edgerton E. G. Mrs. house 25 Conway 
Edgerton H. O. teller, Franklin County Bank, house 

Conway 
Eichler A. W. Miss, hair work and dressing, Pond's blk. 
Elder Elvira M. Mrs. house 45 Chapman 
Elder John W. body maker, house 31 Davis 
Elbridge Lucy Mrs. house 3 Church 
Ellis John Alexander, house Main 
Ellison Henry, machinist, house 33 Wells 
Elliot Edwin D. clerk for L. A. Cook 
Elliot William, insurance agent, house 15 West Main 
Elmer Walter R. machinist, house 3 Maple 
ELM HOUSE, Hagar& Squire, proprietors, 40 Main 
Embury George A. boards Henry C. Embury's 
Embury Henry C. builder, house Pleasant 
Embury Chas. boards H. C. Embury's 
Eppler John, grinder, house 78 Hope 
Eppler John, laborer, house 16 Washington 
Eppler John G. farmer, house Green River road 



GREENFIELD [Fl DIRECTORY. 31 

Eppler John L. clerk for White Brothers 
Erhardt Charles Mrs. house 47 Chapman 
Erhardt Edward, clerk, boards 47 Chapman 
Erhardt Louis, carpenter, boards 47 Chapman 
Ethier Joseph, painter, boards Union House 
Ewers George B. blacksmith, house 19 West Main 
Ewers J. Benjamin, blacksmith, 19 Hope, h. West Main 
Ewers Nelson P. burnisher, house Wright avenue 
Ewers Seth P. cutter, house Wright avenue 
Ewers Sophia Mrs. house Wright avenue 

F AIRMAN ELLSWORTH O. h. Bernardston road 

Fairman Jewett, carpenter, house Bernardston road 

Farr J. L. farmer, house Federal corner Silver 

Farr Myron J. farmer, house Federal 

Farrand Martha O. house High corner Church 

Farrell F. E. Miss, house 25 Conway 

Farren B. N. contractor, house Montague City 

Fay Damon L. milkman, house Federal 

Fearnley John, house 25 Congress 

FELLOWS MARVIN S. boots and shoes, leather and 

findings, 108 Main, house Conway 
Felton Fred B. bookkeeper for J. P. Felton 
Felton J. P. meat market, opposite American House, 

house Nash's Mills 
FESSENDEN FRANKLIN G. attorney, American 

House block, house Main corner Hope 
Feyrer John, tailor for John Kennedy 
Field Albert A. blacksmith, house 15 Union 
Field Charles H. employe Wells Brothers & Co. 
Field Charles R. children's carriages, Mill, house Park 
Field Harry L. carriage maker, boards Park 
Field Putnam {Field dc Rail), house Conway 
Field & Hall, printers and stationers, Bank row 
Finch P. Yoorhees Rev. rector St. James Protestant 

Episcopal church, house 27 Federal 



32 GREENFIELD [F] DIRECTORY. 

Finn Daniel, grinder, house Russell 
Finn John, laborer, house Grinnell 
Finn Michael Mrs. house Marshall 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 6 Bank row 
Fish Edgar M. cutter, house 46 Chapman 
Fisk Charles E. carriage maker, house 9 Conway 
Fisk Charles J. ticket agent, house 24 Congress 
Fisk Charles L. (age 81), physician, office and h. Main 
Fisk Charles S. clerk, house 7 Chapman 
FISK C. L. Jr. physician, office Main opp. Chapman 
Fisk Hattie A. teacher, house Franklin near Main 
Fisk O. H. Mrs. house Franklin near Main 
Fisk Pliny, house Franklin near Main 
Fiske E. R. pharmacist for C. R. Lowell 
Fiske F. A. clerk at Franklin House 
Fiske Nina Miss, compositor, boards 1 Davis 
Fitzgerald Edward, clerk, house Russell 
Fitzgerald John Mrs. house Russell 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, house Plain road 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, house Russell 
Fitzgerald John A. laborer, house Coleraine road 
Fitzgerald Maggie A. clerk for F. G. Tilton & Co. 
Fitzgerald Michael E. laborer, house Wells cor. Grove 
Fitzgerald Patrick M. policeman, house Washington 
Fitzpatrick John, florist, boards 1 Davis 
Fizet Felix, cutter, house west side Green river 
Fizet John L. cutter, house west side Green river 
Flamman August Rev. pastor German Methodist Epis- 
copal church, house 50 Hope 
Fleming P. J. contractor, house 47 Wells 
Fleming Kate Miss, house 29 Chapman 
Fletcher Henry H. house 23 High 
Flinn John, laborer, house Russell 
Flinn John, 2d, farmer, house Grinnell 
Flinn Michael J. farmer, house Russell 
Flynt George N. tallyman, house 51 Hope 



GREENFIELD [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 33 

Fogg Martha Miss, house 50 Chapman 

Fontaine Joseph A. harness maker, house 54 Chapman 

FORBES C. P. watches and jewelry, Mansion House 

block, house 15 High 
Forbes Frank P. salesman for W. A. Forbes 
Forbes George Wells, clerk, boards 50 Main 
Forbes George W. clerk, Mansion House, h. 5 Pleasant 
Forbes J. H. feather bed renovator, Newton pi. h. do. 
Forbes John Murray, house 3 Conway 
FORBES W. A. dry goods and carpets, Hovey's block, 

house 44 Federal 
Forbush M. A. house 21 High 
Ford Levi, salesman, house 11 West Main 
Forristall Acelia Miss, house 54 Federal 
Forristall Margaret Mrs. house Washington 
FOSTER CLARENCE F. watches and jewelry, 84 

Main, house 2 Pleasant 
Foster Daniel, painter, house 46 School 
Foster F. W. town clerk, house 14 West Main 
Foster Henry F. employe L. Nims & Co. 
Fowler Edwin, house Wiley block, 45 Main 
Fowler Wyatt A. mechanic, house Grinnell 
Franklin D. teamster, boards J. R. Franklin's 
Franklin Jabez R. teamster, house 29 Wells 
Franklin Julia A. Miss, house Wells near Arch 
FRANKLIN HOUSE, H. E. Barnard, prop., Bank row 
Franklin Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Taylor block 
Franklin Savings Institution, Bank row 
Franz Charles, cutler, house 22 Washington 
Franz Lewis Mrs. house 34 Washington 
Frary Charles W. insurance agent, house 8 Wells 
Frary Edward P. engineer, house Wells near Devens 
Frary G. Wells, farmer, house Leyden road 
Frary William Henry, house Coleraine road 
French Sumner F. mechanic, house 33 AVells 
Freshour H. R. express agent (American and United 

States and Canada), house Garfield 



34 GREENFIELD [GH DIRECTORY. 

Fribbs William, house Turners Falls road 

Fritz Jacob, sawyer, house Shelburne road 

Frizzell Charles O. gardener, house Union near Maple 

Frost H. S. cabinetmaker, house 1 Federal 

Fuller A. G. car inspector, house 9 Shattuck square 

GAINES BENJAMIN A. house Shattuck square 
Gaines Fred. L. watchmaker, boards B. A. Gaines's 
Gaines F. O. salesman, house Shattuck square 
Gaines William B. (T. N. Austin da Co.), house 27 

Congress 
Gallon John, cigar maker, house 108 Wells 
Galvin Dennis, employe L. Nims & Co. house 32 Davis 
Galvin Patrick, driver for L. Nims & Co. 
Galvin John, laborer, house 39 Washington 
Gannett Edward, laborer, house off Mill 
Gardner G. Clinton, president Buffalo, New York and 

Philadelphia Railroad, house 165 Main 
Gardner J. E. veterinary surgeon, Elm House 
Gascoigne Frank B. freight clerk, house 10 Federal 
Gascoigne J. B. restaurant, 10 Federal, house do. 
Gascoigne J. T. Mrs. house 10 Federal 
Gault James J. painter, house 9 Conway 
Gaylord Henry L. agent, house 10 Main 
GAZETTE & COURIER, office Bank Row 
Geary Timothy, employe W. E. Travers 
Gemmons Ernest, brickmaker, house Devens corner 

Elm 
Germaine David, laborer, boards Federal corner Main 
Gerrett Francis, clerk, house Wells near Arch 
Gerrett A. E. Miss, dressmaker, 3 Pond block, house 49 

Wells 
Gerrett S. Mrs. house 49 Wells near Arch 
Gilbert George, carpenter, boards 20 Bank Row 
Giles D. H. fish and oysters, house Chapman 
Giles George H. switchman, house Mill 



GREENFIELD [Q-] DIRECTORY. 35 

Gillett Fred H. fireman, house Garfield 
Gillett George W. machinist, boards 9 School 
Gillett Mary E. employe Will E. Wood 
Gillett Willard R. mechanic, house 19 Wells 
Glazla Jacob, shoemaker for J. M. Wells & Co. 
Gleason Albert M. treasurer Greenfield Savings Bank, 

house Franklin 
Goddard D. A. engineer, house 7 Chapman 
Goff Snellem M. mechanic, house 57 Chapman 
Goff Wilbur F. engineer, house 76 Chapman 
Goldsmith Lyman, printer, boards E. H. Damon's 
Goldthwait Samuel A. butcher, house 31 School 
GOOD CHEER PUBLISHING CO., Greenfield Tool 

Shop, Wells 
Goodnow C. H. engineer, house Wells near Devens 
Goodnow Levi, mason, boards 28 Conway 
Gowing George B. carpenter, house 46 School 
Grandon John, painter, house 9 School 
GRANT WILLARD N. gun and locksmith, Newton 

place, house Conway 
Graves Alonzo, farmer, house Leyden road 
Graves Catharine Alice, house 24 West Main 
Graves Clark O. baker, house 3 Pleasant 
Graves Elmer, house 22 School 
Graves Emily Miss, house 8 Chapman 
Graves Frank E. machinist, house Wells 
Graves Fred E. (Graves <& Zar?ied), house 30 School 
Graves George M. house 27 West Main 
Graves James L. plumber, house Newton place 
Graves James N. Mrs. house 27 Main 
Graves Lewis L. carriage trimmer, rooms Newton 

place 
Graves Luther, sexton, house Newton place 
Graves Mary W. Mrs. house 11 Pleasant 
Graves & Larned, Franklin House livery stable 



36 GREENFIELD [G"] DIRECTORY. 

GREEN ALEX W. undertaker and furniture dealer, 

Main corner Chapman, house 3 Park. — See adv. 
Green Azro K. agent, house 34 High 
GREENE FREDERICK L. attorney, over Franklin 

County National Bank, house 7 Congress 
Greene Lewis Rev. house 5 Congress 
Greenfield Cooperative Manufacturing Company, Wells 
GREENFIELD SAYINGS BANK, Mansion House 

block 
Griffin John, laborer, house Marshall 
Griffin Michael, burnisher, boards Union House 
Griffin Thomas, laborer, house Marshall 
Grinnell George Mrs. house opposite head of Main 
GRINNELL JAMES S. patent agent, over Franklin 

County Bank, house 156 Main 
Griswold A. L. laster, boards 7 Union 
GRISWOLD F. C. attorney, over Franklin County 

Bank, boards C. R. Fields's 

ALEX W. GKEEN. 




UPHOLSTERY and DRAPERY WORK, 

Furniture, Chamber Sets, Lounges, Mattresses, 
and Spring Beds. 



xji^rr>EPtx^^K:ii>Ta-- 

Kind and Courteous Attention to all the Details of Funerals. 



NO. 54 MAIN STREET, GREENFIELD, MASS, 

Residence, 3 Park Street. 



GREENFIELD [H] DIKEOTOBY. 37 

Griswold John F. house East Bernardston road 
Griswold Joseph {Turners Falls Cotton Co.), boards 

Mansion House 
Griswold Luln Miss, boards C. R. Fields's 
Grogan Martin Mrs. house 41 Hope 
Grogan William Mrs. house Washington 
Guellow David, painter for Anson Withey 
Guellow Nahum, stonecutter, house 12 School 
Gunn L. J. treasurer Millers Falls Co. h. 24 West Main 
Gunn Levi Walter, house 24 West Main 

HADDOCK JOHN, laborer, house River 

HAGAR & SQUIRE, proprietors Elm House, 40 Main 

Haigis Jacob, cutler, house 22 Washington 

Haigis Lewis, laborer, house 51 Washington 

Hale Henry W. shoemaker, house Wright avenue 

Hale William, gardener, house 3 West Main 

Haley C. O. hairdresser and livery, 10 School 

Hall Albert, at Gazette and Courier, b. E. A. Hall's 

Hall Ellery C. machinist, house 32 Chapman 

Hall Ephraim, machinist, boards 32 Chapman 

Hall E. S. house Conway above Grove 

Hall E. A. publisher Gazette and Courier, also {Field 

<& Hall), house Church corner Union 
Hall S. Wood bridge, farmer, house Leydeu road 
Hall William H. butcher, house 106 Chapman 
Halle John, pressman, house 49 Davis 
Halleck Henry, mason, house Mill 
Haller Mary Miss, saleswoman for White Brothers 
Hamblin J. B. proof reader, Good Cheer Publishing 

Co. boards 42 Chapman 
Hamilton Darwin F. postmaster, house Prospect 
Hamilton Emma Mrs. house 41 Davis 
Hamilton Trafton, mason, house Grove corner Elm 
Hamilton Melville, laborer, house Plain road 
Hamilton William, carpenter, boards Elm House 



38 GREENFIELD [H] DIRECTORY. 

Hamilton "William C. buffer, house 17 Conway 
Hampshire Charles, grinder, h. west side Green river 
Hancock George, hostler, boards 11 School 
Handforth Henry, ice dealer, house Coleraine road 
Hanlon Martin, laborer, boards 7 Mill 
Hanrahan Thomas J. Rev. assistant pastor Holy Trinity 

Church, house Main 
Hardison F. H. assistant editor, Gazette & Courier, 

house Grinnell 
Hardison Lizzie A. Miss, boards F. H. Hardison's 
Haridon E. G. farmer, house Silver 
Harrington Gilbert, teamster, boards 20 Bank row 
Harrington Timothy, machinist, house 61 Deerfield road 
Harris Henry, laborer, house 76 Hope 
Harris Henry C. travelling agent, house 28 Chapman 
Harris John, brakeman, house 37 Hope 
Hart James, mason, house Federal 
Hartman Andrew, toolmaker, house 76 Hope 
HASKELL C. C. dentist, and sewing machines, Bank 

row, house 153 Main 
Haskell Mary A. Mrs. house 43 Chapman 
Hastings John W. farmer, Lamp Black street 
Hastings Marshall P. farmer, Lamp Black street 
Hastings William, moulder, house South Shelburne road 
Hastings Wm. P. farmer, house Lamp Black street 
Hatch Weston L. woodworker, house 29 Wells 
Haven Ira O. house 59 Chapman 
Haven O. L. mail clerk, boards 59 Chapman 
Haven Emily Miss, house 50 Federal 
Hawks Albert E. {Hawks c& Reed), house 3 Main 
Hawks Fred E. bookkeeper, house 7 Congress 
Hawks Frederick, bridge builder and contractor, house 

52 Wells 
Hawks Leon O. farmer, house Silver 
HAWKS & REED, clothiers, furnishing goods, and 

hats and caps, Main corner Court square 



GREENFIELD [H] DIRECTORY. 39 

Hawley Charles, house 36D{i\i- 

Hawley Thomas, cutler, house Washington 

Hays Dennis Mrs. house Cork corner Marshall 

Hays John, laborer, house 24 Washington 

Hays John B. laborer, house Washington 

Hays Kate Miss, dressmaker, house 100 Hope 

Hays Mary Miss, seamstress, house 1 00 Hope 

Haywood Frederick L. conductor, house 17 Prospect 

Haywood George L. carpenter, house rear 82 Federal 

Haywood George Mrs. house 17 Prospect 

Heald S. G. Mrs. house 18 Chapman 

Helbig John, laborer, house Washington 

Helbig Valentine, cutler, house Washington 

Henderson John, farmer, house Coleraine road 

HENRY CHARLES, groceries, flour and feed, Wiley 

block, house 16 Prospect 
Henry C. W. machinist, house 78 Chapman 
Hicks T. B. Mrs. house Federal above Silver 
High Hedwig, milliner for Wanda Miller 
Hill Ida Frances, boards 27 Conway 
Hill John, polisher, house High above Maple 
Hillman Thomas, house Bernardston road 
Hitchcock Albion F. teller City National Bank of Hol- 

yoke, house 20 Conway 
Hitchcock A. C. lumber dealer, house 20 Conway 
Hitchcock E. P. (fiussell Cutlery Co.), h. 10 Congress 
Hitchcock S. A. Miss, clerk, boards 20 Conway 
Hitchcock Zur (age 88), house 10 Congress 
Hoar James M. cutler, boards 18 School 
Hoar John, laborer, house 18 School 
Hockrein Frank, grinder, house 55 Deerfield 
Hockrein Joseph, house 55 Deerfield 
Hockrein Joseph, Jr. cutler, house 55 Deerfield 
Hoelle Jacob, clerk, house Main corner Chapman 
Holden Dwight D. carpenter, 23 School, house Grinnell 



40 GREENFIELD [H] DIRECTORY. 

HOLDEN G. T. C. proprietor Mansion House and 

carriage repository, Main corner Federal 
Holden Philbrook Mrs. house Wells near Arch 
Holdridge A. E. clerk at freight depot 
Holdrige Walter 0. house Federal 
Holland Kate Miss, house Chapman 
Hollister Edward H. with J. H. Hollister, h. 11 Pleasant 
Hollister Fred P. clerk, house Court Square 
Hollister G. W. carriage maker, 19 Davis, house 92 

Chapman 
Hollister J. H. jeweler, Main, house Court square 
Hollister Lewis G. house 92 Chapman 
Hollister Mary Ann Mrs. house 92 Chapman 
Homer Harriet F. Miss, teacher Prospect Hill school 
Hooker Eliza Mrs. house Park near Franklin 
Horner Martin, laborer, house 35 Washington 
Horton James A. printer, house 41 School 
Hosmer Almeda Mrs. house Davis corner Pleasant 
Hosmer Francis J. commercial traveller, h. 30 Chapman 
Houghton M. A. Mrs. house Prospect avenue 
Houston Hayden D. printer at Gazette and Courier 
HOYEY GEORGE H. apothecary and druggist, Main 

corner School, house 150 Main 
Howard J. P. nursery, Leyden road, house do. 
Howard Jonathan O. toolmaker, house 37 Chapman 
Howard Lester C. mechanic, house 81 Wells 
Howard M. M. freight agent, house Pleasant 
Howe Charles E. boots and shoes, 66 Main 
Howe Jane Miss, house 17 Union 

Howes B. L. clerk Sovereigns' store, house Conway cor- 
ner Devens 
Howland Asa, employe W. S. Clark 
Howland Dwight L. carpenter, house 24 School 
Howland Marcus D. printer, boards 24 School 
Howland Rufus, house Franklin 

HOWLAND & LOWELL, apothecaries and druggists, 
5 Bank row 



GREENFIELD [I] DIRECTORY. 41 

Hoyt Charles C. manager Hoyt Metal Co. li. 7 High 

Hoyt George G. Mrs. house 64 Federal 

Hoyt Metal Company of St. Louis, Mansion House blk. 

Hoyt Richard H. cutter, house 8 Pleasant 

Hubbard J. E. {Hubbard <& Mason), house Davis 

Hubbard & Mason, plumbing and tinning, under F. O. 

HULL A. N. coal and kindling wood, Botsford's block, 

house 52 Federal. — See adv. 
Humes Erastus H. house Federal 
Hunter David C. house 22 Congress 
Hunter F. W. dentist, house 22 Congress 
HUNTER GEORGE, fish market and groceries, 

School, house 57 Wells 
Hutchinson Charles E. driver, house Washington 

INGELL C. J. section master, house west end West 

Main 
Ingell Fred L. bookkeeper, boards C. J. Ingell's 

ARTHUR N. HULL, 




ALL RAIL, DIRECT FROM MINES VIA HOOSAC TUNNEL, 

GREENFIELD, MASS. 



HICKORIT, 

MAPLE -A.2STID 

BEA.OIH:, 

KINDLING WOOD, ETC. 

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42 GREENFIELD [J] DIRECTORY. 

JACKMAN ALDEN C. laborer, house Shelburue road 
Jackman Madison, house Shelburne road 
Jackson Andrew, clerk, house 14 Union 
Jackson Charles, laborer, house Washington 
Jackson Charles B. truckman, house 49 Federal 
Jackson George S. machinist, house 59 Deerfield 
Jacques Arthur, machinist, house 42 Deerfield 
Jacques William, laborer, house Mill 
James Edward A. house Conway above Grove 
James Eugene, brickmaker, house Coleraine road 
Jeffords Charles, farmer, house Coleraine road 
Jenkins Evrill L. shoemaker, house 45 Davis 
Jenkins Morris S. painter, house Wells near Arch 
Jepson Herbert C. blacksmith, house Deerfield road 
Jigger Sophronia Mrs. house Coleraine road 
Johnson C. T. Miss, teacher, Prospect Hill school 
Johnson Henry C. carpenter, boards Newton place 
Johnson J. agent JSFeio England Homestead, house 

Newton place 
Johnson James C. sashmaker, boards Newton place 
Johnson Jerome G. carriage painter, 17 Davis, h. Elm 
Johnson Mary S. Mrs. house 79 Wells 
Jones Albert R. teamster, house 24 Davis 
Jones Albert W. sewing machines, h. Wright avenue 
Jones Catharine Mrs. house Olive 
Jones Dennis W. bookkeeper, house 9 West Main 
Jones Edwin J. agent, house 13 West Main 
Jones Everett A. carpenter, boards 9 School 
Jones Gilbert E. carpenter, 25 School, h. 70 Chapman 
Jones Harrison C. bookkeeper, house Wright avenue 
Jones Henry W. farmer, house Newton place 
Jones John W. house Franklin corner Church 
Jones Margaret Mrs. house Coleraine road 
Jones Orra M. painter, house 37 High 
Jones S. Amanda, saleswoman at C. H. McClellan's 
Jones Spencer A. carpenter, house 57 Federal 



GREENFIELD [K] DIRECTORY. 43 

Jones Seth E. house Davis corner Main 
Jones Susan M. Mrs. house Wright avenue 
Jones William, farmer, house 12 Church 
Joslyn Hattie A. Miss, boards 25 High 
Judah Anna F. Mrs. house 79 Federal 

KANE JOHN, laborer, house 7 Mill 
Kane John, Jr. laborer, boards 7 Mill 
Kane Patrick, laborer, house off Mill 
Kane Thomas, laborer, house off Mill 
Kaulback G. H. clerk postoffice, house 17 Conway 
Kavanaugh, see also Cavanaugh 
Kearney John, laborer, house Plain road 
Keefe Dennis, laborer, house Leyden road 
Keefe Jeremiah, carpenter for Gilbert O. Jones 
Keefe Timothy, farmer, house Leyden road 
Kehoe James M. house Lamp Black street 
Kehoe Patrick, laborer, house 35 Hope 
Keiley Michael, laborer, house Hope 
KEITH CHARLES, groceries and provisions, Wash- 
ington Hall block, house 2 West Main. — See adv. 
Keith Charles H. bookkeeper Franklin County Nat'l 

bank, boards 2 West Main 
Keith James A. bookkeeper, boards 2 Main 
Keith John, paper manufacturer, Turners Falls, house 

Union 
Kelliher Cornelius, laborer, house Devens 
Kelliher Cornelius, 2d, section hand, house Hope 
Kelliher Daniel, employe W. N. Potter & Sons 
Kelliher John D. cutler, house 55 Washington 
Kelliher Patrick, mechanic, house 8 West Main 
Kellogg Asa, farmer, house Coleraine road 
Kellogg A. F. barkeeper, house 16 Federal 
Kellogg Bela Mrs. house 9 Chapman 
KELLOGG DWIGHT B. grocer, 77 Main, house 9 
Chapman 



44 GREENFIELD [K] DIRECTORY. 

Kelley Giles M. forger, house extension of School 
Kells Thomas, foreman for B. F. Farren, house Philo 

Temple place 
Kelly Catherine Mrs. house Grinnell 
Kelly Charles E. peddler, house 15 Wells 
Kelly Frank B. baker, house 17 Wells 
Kelly Frank S. farmer, house Coleraine road 
Kelly Michael, shipping clerk, boards Grinnell 
Kelly Norman, cutler, house Wells near Main 
Kendrigan John Mrs. house Wells 
Kennedy Cornelius, house Turners Falls road 
KENNEDY JOHN, merchant tailor, Pond's block, 

house Elm 
Kennedy Mary Mrs. house off Mill 
Kennedy Thomas, hostler, house off Mill 
Kennedy William, gardener, house 23 Wells 
Kennedy William, brakeman, house rear 29 Wells 
Kennivan Mary Mrs. boards Michael Kennivan's 
Kennivan Michael, farmer, house Elm 
Kent Sanford, express and teaming, house 19 Davis 
Kerber Frank, at depot, boards Jacob Seil's 
Kerber Frank, boards Jacob Seil's 
Kerber Henry, boards Jacob Seil's 
Kerber Otto, laborer, boards Jacob Seil's 
Kerrigan James, laborer, house off Mill 
Keyes Dwight A. carpenter, house off Chapman 
Keyes James, cutler, house Hollow road 
KILBUEN J. W. & CO. Troy steam laundry, Ames 

corner Federal. — See adv. 
Kimball Edward P. trimmer, house Garfield 
Kimball George A. sheriff, house 14 Prospect 
Kimball George W. house Davis corner Pleasant 
Kimball Richard D. mechanic, house Davis 
King Charles, laborer, house 7 Davis 
King Royal C. conductor, house 7 Davis 
King Thorget, teamster, house Plain road 



GREENFIELD [Jj] DIRECTORY. 45 



Kingston William, laborer, house Russell 
KIRK JOHN A. agent Singer Manufacturing Com- 
pany, 80 Main, house 44 School 
Knoll Ferdinand, laborer, house Mill 
Koch John M. carpet weaver, house 37 Washington 
Koeber Frank, laborer, house Deerfield road 
Koonz Christian, laborer, house River 
Koonz George, laborer, house River 
Koonz John L. laborer, house 39 Hope 
Kospeal Gustave, laborer, house River 

LAMB ALBERT E. fruit dealer, Federal cor. Main 

LAMB J. E. flour, feed, and groceries, Davis, house do. 

Lamb Fred A. clerk, house 19 Prospect 

Lamb G. F. clerk for J. E. Lamb, boards 50 Federal 

LAMB J. H. music store, pianos and organs, 8 Bank 

row, house 50 Federal 

LAMB S. O. lawyer, Main corner Federal, h. 9 High 

Lander Benjamin D. house Lamp Black street 

Lane James Mrs. house 45 Hope 

Lane Martin, house near Wiley & Russell's 

Earned Lewis (Graves c& Lamed), house 30 School 

Larrabee Daniel, at depot, house 40 Chapman 

Larrabee E. N. farmer, house Leyden road 

Larrabee George L. house Leyden road 

Lawlor Catharine Mrs. house Washington 

Lawlor Edward, machinist, boards Mrs. C. Lawlor's 

Lawlor Frank J. laster, house 29 Chapman 

Lawlor James, house 29 Chapman 

Lawlor Nicholas J. laster, house 29 Chapman 

Lawrence George T. printer, boards 12 Church 

Lawrence Royal, house 12 Church 

Leahy Mary Mrs. house Cork 

Leary Thomas F. house 3 Wells 

Leavitt Albert, painter, boards 80 Chapman 

Lee Adeline Mrs. house 12 Church 
4* 



46 GREENFIELD [L] DIRECTORY. 

Lee Emory, carpenter, boards 12 Church 

Lee Henry A. carpenter, house 28 Conway 

Lee James L. mason, house Conway 

Lee Sam, Chinese laundry, 5 Davis 

Lee Walter A. carpenter, house 79 High 

Legate Nettie, dressmaker, 104 Main, boards 39 School 

Leighton Charles W. farmer, h. off Bernardston road 

Leland E. A. tinner, boards Elm House 

Leonard Frank P. carpenter, house 34 School 

Leonard Theodore Mrs. house 48 Federal 

Leonard William W. painter, house 33 School 

Levi John N. laborer, house South Shelburne road 

Lewis Maria L. clerk at W. H. Sanborn & Co.'s 

Libby E. H. editor Our Country Rome and American 

Garden, boards 11 Union 
LILLY C. S. manager Cooperative Association, 49 and 

55 Main, house Grinnell 
Lilly Rufus, court messenger, house 3 Main 
Liston James, farmer, house 64 Chapman 
Liston John, farmer, house 64 Chapman 
Long Clarence E. driver, boards Elm House 
Long James R. farmer, house Federal corner Silver 
Long S. Lewis, carpenter, house 39 Davis 
Long Timothy J. machinist, house Nash's Mills 
Loomis A. G. Rev. house 34 Congress 
Loomis Emma W., Kensington painting, 18 Davis 
Lord John A. clerk, American House 
Loughlin Martin, laborer, house Deerfield road 
Loveland Arthur E. carpenter, house 16 Wells 
Loveland Charles L. baker, house Shelburne road 
Lovell Louisa Mrs. house 151 Main 
Lowell Charles R. {Rowland <& Lowell), house 7 Main 
Lueppold Christian, cutler, house n. Wiley & Russell's 
Luey L. A. grocer, Mansion House block, house Russell 
Luey Lester L. house Russell near Congress 
Lull Ezra W. house 82 Federal 






GREENFIELD [M] DIRECTORY. 47 

Lutolf Jacob, employe N. E. Russell, house 7 Maple 

Lyman Arthur W. commercial traveller, house 29 Main 

Lyman E. E. clerk of courts, house 42 High 

Lynch John, at cutlery shop, house 47 Hope 

Lynch John, Jr. finisher, boards 47 Hope 

Lyon David, carriage painter, house 46 Davis 

Lyon Frank W. driver for C. J. Day, h. 48 Chapman 

Lyon Fred E. clerk at A. N. Hull's, boards 52 Federal 

Lyon George, granite dealer, Crosby block, Brattleboro, 

boards Mansion House 
Lyon Henry O. carpenter, house School near Ames 
Lyon Lizzie J. Mrs. house 25 High 
Lyons A. S. F. {Cutler, Lyons and Field), house Pros- 
pect corner Grinnell 
Lyons Charles E. clerk, house 143 Main 
Lyons F. D. clerk at 141 Main, house Franklin 
Lyons Henry, blacksmith, house 9 School 
Lyons Philo T. engineer, house 25 High 
LYONS SAMUEL J. insurance agent, Sanborn's 

block, house Wilson avenue 
LYONS J. L. furniture and undertaking, 141 Main, h. 
Franklin 

MABBITT ALFRED, printer, house Shattuck square 
Mabbitt J. H. stenographer, house Shattuck square 
Magoon Alfred M. farmer, house Coleraine road 
Magoon Fred M. farmer, house Coleraine road 
Magoon Norman P. farmer, house Coleraine road 
Mahaney Dennis, laborer, house 31 Washington 
Mahoney Patrick, laborer, house 90 Hope 
Mahoney William, laborer, house Mill 
Malone Dana, attorney, Taylor block, boards G. D. 

Williams's 
Manchester W. C. carpenter, boards 21 Union 
Mann Helen L. librarian, Greenfield Library, house 23 

School 



48 GREENFIELD [M] DIRECTORY. 

Mann Lucy H. Miss, house 23 School 

Mann Susan H. Miss, house 39 High 

MANSION HOUSE, Main corner Federal 

Mark G. W. Mrs. house Wells near Main 

Markle Balthas, cutler, house Mill 

Markle Casper, at cutlery shop, house 38 Deerfield 

Marsh Chester, house 51 Main 

Marsh Edward P. clerk, house Maiu street near Wells 

Marsh Eunice M. Mrs. house 21 Davis 

Martin Arthur C. house Garfield 

Martin Clifford E. house 41 Davis 

Martin Daniel, cook at Mansion House 

Martin Ella A. Miss, stitcher, boards 1 Davis 

Martin Frank A. cutler, boards F. E. Martin's 

Martin Frank E. carpenter, house Garfield 

Martin George A. carpenter, house 33 Davis 

Martin George E. farmer, house Federal 

Martin Lizzie J. Mrs. dressmaker, house Deerfield road 

Martin Nathan E. machinist, boards F. E. Martin's 

Martin Wayne A. boards 43 Davis 

Martindale P. D. farmer, house Leyden road 

Martinez Mary Mrs. house 16 Church 

Mason A. Waldo, electro-magnetic physician, 3 Federal 

Mason George W. (Hubbard & Mason), house Leonard 

Mathai George H. miller, house Mill 

Matthai Albert Mrs. proprietor Green River mill, Mill 

street 
Maynard Gilbert, carriage maker, h. Wells cor. Devens 
McAulifF Daniel, laborer, house Plain road 
McAuliff Dennis, laborer, house Devens 
McAuliff Dennis D. at cutlery shop, house Washington 
McAuliff" Dennis W. laborer, house Washington 
McAuliff" Thomas, teamster, house Washington 
McAuliff Timothy, laborer, house Hope 
McCanna Thomas, second cook at Mansion House 
McCarthy Charles Mrs. house Washington 



GREENFIELD [M] DIRECTORY. 49 



McCarthy Charles, polisher, house Marshall 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, house 80 Hope 
McCarthy Honora Mrs. house Hope 
McCarthy Jeremiah, at depot, house 82 Hope 
McCarthy Jeremiah Mrs. house Cork 
McCarthy John, machinist, house Marshall 
McCarthy Michael, burnisher, house Hope 
McCarthy Stephen, finisher, house 62 Washington 
McCarthy Timothy, laborer, house Cork 
McCartney Margaret Mrs. house 23 Wells 
McClellan C. H. fancy dry goods, Pond's block, house 

Franklin 
McClellan George, machinist, boards 1 Davis 
McCloud Charles, laborer, house Deerfield road 
McClure Frank P. hostler for John Kennedy 
McClure Frank Pierce, clerk, house Elm 
McClure J. Wesley, brickmaker, house Elm 
McClure Manley, brick manufacturer, Elm 
McCracken John, employe J. P. Felton 
McCoy Elizabeth Madame, French teacher, h. 5 Federal 
McDonald Michael, saloon, house 58 Washington 
McFarland Frank H. laborer, boards 7 Chapman 
McFarland Nancy, widow, house 7 Chapman 
McGee Horace, retired merchant, house Coleraine road 
McGinnis Charles, night operator at depot, boards 20 

Bank row 
McGregor John, laborer, house Washington 
Mclntire Hiram A. carpenter, house rear 31 Wells 
McKendry James, laborer at depot, house Hope 
McMahon Daniel, laborer, house 98 Hope 
MEAD JOHN, proprietor Union House, opposite the 

depot 
Meagher Lawrence, driver, house off Mill 
Meagher Michael, laborer, house Deerfield road 
Meehan William Mrs. house 84 Chapman 
Meeks Joseph, house "Ryther place," Bernardston road 



50 GREENFIELD [M] DIRECTORY. 

Megrath Alonzo W. harness maker, house 5 Pleasant 

Melke -Charles, milkman, house High 

Menzele John, laborer, house off Mill 

Meredith Richard, section master, house Hope 

Merchant James F. laster, house Crescent 

Merriam E. J. Miss, saleswoman for W. A. Forbes 

Merriam George, mason, house 77 High 

Merriam Lewis, house 164 Main 

Merrigan David, laborer, house 41 Hope 

Merrill John, hostler, at Mansion House 

Merz Adolph, gardener, house 61 Chapman 

Miller Charles, clerk at Franklin House 

Miller Elliot, butcher, house 40 Federal 

Miller Fred, hairdresser, Bank row 

Miller George F. farmer, house Silver 

Miller Henry L. meat market, 18 Federal, h. 138 Main 

Miller Joseph W. farmer, house Elm 

Miller Luther C. mechanic, house Chapman corner Arch 

Miller Wanda, millinery and fancy goods, 133 Main 

MINER A. G. paints, oils, windows, blinds, doors, pa- 
per hangings, etc. 42 Main, house 26 Chapman. — 
See adv. 

Miner Benjamin F. tin peddler, boards 1 Davis 

Miner Carroll A. L. salesman, house Wells, near Main 

Miner Clarence H. G. travelling agent, boards 7 Chap- 
man 

Miner James R. Mrs. house 91 Federal 

Miner Wells J. farmer, house Meadows 

Mitchell Persis Mrs. house 32 School 

Mitchell J. E. plumber, boards Elm house 

Mogle Lafayette, painter, house Wells near Devens 

Moir James, employe Charles Keith 

Monnier S. E. stonecutter, house Devens corner Wells 

Monroe N. W. Rev. house 34 Congress 

MOODY C. M. books and stationery and County 
Treasurer, 6 Mansion House block, house Crescent 



GREENFIELD [M] DIRECTORY. 51 

Moody Fannie E. Miss, house 5 Federal 

Moody Henry H. house Maple opposite Union 

Moore Arthur M. at American House, house 32 School 

Moore Charles F. mason, house Bank row 

Moore Charles, boards Mrs. W. S. Moore's 

Moore George A. farmer, house Shelburne road 

Moore James, farmer, house west end West Main 

Moore Jason, carpenter, house Ames 

Moore Jonas W. farmer, house Shelburne road 

Moore Oramel, livery stable, house 39 School 

Moore Patrick, harness manufacturer, 45 Main, house 

87 Wells 
Moore Stella, saleswoman for White Brothers 
Moore W. S. Mrs. house 19 Congress 
Moors J. F. Rev. (American Unitarian Association), 

house 17 High 
Moran James, laborer, boards Patrick Cummings's 
Moran Michael, laborer, boards 7 Mill 
Morin Charles A. laborer, house off Mill 
Morrissey Jeremiah, clerk at Union House 
Morrissey John, brakeman, boards Union House 
Morrissey Patrick, employe J. C. Converse 
Morse John, laborer, house off Mill 
Morton Sophia Miss, seamstress, house 4 Church 
Moulton Ansel A. carpenter, house 4 Wilson avenue 
Mowry Benjamin T. mechanic, house Shelburne road 
Mowry Edward, printer, boards 17 Congress 
Mowry Eugene, printer, boards 1 Davis 
Mowry Haven A. farmer, house Federal 
Mullaney E. J. engineer, house Hope 
Mundell Warren J. teamster, house 31 Davis 
Munger Levi H. carpenter, house 52 Chapman 
Munn William O. porter at Mansion House 
Munson H. C. mechanic, house Shelburne road 
Murphy Daniel, at cutlery shop, house Devens 
Murphy David, laborer, house Leyden road 



52 GREENFIELD [N] DIRECTORY. 

Murphy James, laborer, house 96 Hope 
Murphy Jeremiah, currier, house Leyden road 
Murphy Jeremiah J. fireman, boards Devens 
Murphy John, mason, house Hope near Russell 
Murphy Michael, laborer, house 39 Washington 
Murphy Owen, laborer, house Leyden road 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house Mill 
Murray Daniel Mrs. house River 

Murray Frederick, cutler, house Hope corner Marshall 
Murray John, cutler, house High corner Maple 
Murray Michael B. shoemaker, house Swamp road 
Myer John L. farmer, house Green River road 

NASH CHAUNCEY W. carpenter, h. 72 Chapman 

Nash Elliot, pharmacist for F. B. Wells 

Nash E. Q. farmer, house Coleraine road 

Nash Frank L. paper maker, house 5 West Main 

Nash Frank L. farmer, boards Leyden road 

Nash Henry F. {Potter <& Nash), house Nash's Mills 

Nash Lawrence, stonecutter, boards Union House 

Nash Lyman, farmer, house Leyden road 

Nash Thomas, mason, house Cork 

Nash Tyler L. section master, house 31 Wells 

Nesbit David K. Rev. pastor Second Congregational 

church, house 33 High 
Nelsou Ollie Miss, tailoress, boards 151 Main 
Newcomb Eliza Miss, house Franklin near Church 
Newcomb Eugene A. {Sheldon & Newcomb), house 

School corner Pleasant 
Newcomb H. A. machinist, house Montague City 
Newcomb Kate Miss, house Franklin near Church 
Newcomb Richard E. machinist, house Montague City 
Newell Barnard Mrs. house Federal 
Newell John W. printer, boards F. G. Tilton's 
NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, 23 

Pond's block 



GREENFIELD [O] DIRECTORY. 53 

Newton Albert, employ6 Arthur N. Hull 
Newton Albert S. employ6 Good Cheer Publishing Co. 
Newton Allen, mechanic, house Shelburne road 
Newton Calvin, house off Wells 
Newton Harvey C. Mrs. house Silver 
Newton Henry A. house Wilton road 
Newton Henry C. contractor, house Leonard 
Newton James, farmer, house Shelburne road 
Newton John S. farmer, house 21 Congress 
Newton Joseph, mechanic, house West Deerfield road 
Newton Leroy A. jeweler at 66 Main 
Newton L. L. laborer, house rear 23 Wells 
Newton Ralph B. mechanic, house 41 Davis 
Newton Roxanna Mrs. house Wilton road 
Newton Seth, farmer, house Leyden road 
Newton Solomon D. house d>6 Wells 
Newton Solon L. bookkeeper, boards Shelburne road 
Nichols John R. mechanic, house 12 Union 
Nims Charles T. farmer, house Coleraine road 
Nims D. Miss, teacher, boards 5 Union 
Nims Lucius Mrs. house 5 Union 
Nims Lucius (Z. Nims dc Co.), house 5 Union 
Nims Thomas H. with L. Nims & Co. house 5 Union 
NIMS L. & CO. livery and sale stable, opposite Man- 
sion Eouse 
Noon John, laborer, house rear 35 Wells 
Noonan Patrick, cutler, house Russell 
Noyes B. B. (£. B. Noyes & Co.), house 2 Church 
Noyes B. B. & Co. manufacturers hardware and trim- 
mings for children's carriages and axles, Hope 
Nutting Henry J. shipping clerk, house 45 Main 
Nutting Mary Miss, house 45 Main 

OAKMAN R. N. (John Russell Cutlery Company), 

house Church corner High 
O'Brien Cornelius, clerk, boards 49 High 



54 GREENFIELD [P] DIRECTORY. 

O'Brien David, bridge builder, boards 7 Mill 

O'Brien Dennis, ma hinist, house Devens 

O'Brien Edward S. employe H. K. Simons 

O'Brien John, moulder, boards Union House 

O'Brien John, laborer, house Washington 

O'Brien John Mrs. house 62 Washington 

O'Brien M. A. millinery, 48 Main, h. 62 Washington 

O'Brien Mary, widow of James, house Devens 

O'Brien Patrick, machinist, boards 7 Mill 

O'Brien Thomas, laborer, boards Mrs. Mary O'Brien's 

O'Brien William, plater, house Devens 

O'Daniels Joseph, machinist, rooms 19 Davis 

O'Donoghue Mary Ann, house Grinnell near Russell 

O'Donoghue William, finisher, house Grinnell 

O'Hara John, clerk for Richard O'Hara 

O'llara Mary J. Mrs. house 30 Washington 

O'HARA RICHARD, newsroom, also boots and shoes, 

next post-office, house near Wiley & Russell's 
O'Keefe Cornelius, laborer, house 23 Mill 
O'Keefe Thomas, laborer, house 23 Mill 
O'Neil George, tinner for R. P. Whipple 
O'Neil James, boot repairer at Fellows's, house Mill 
O'Rake Charles, brakeman, boards American House 
Osbon E. H. auctioneer, house 9 Union 
Osbon Frank D. musicians' supplies and music teacher, 

house 9 Union 
Osgood Charles J. house 6 Church 
Osgood Elihu C. farmer, house Federal 
Osgood Eliza F. Miss, house 24 Federal 
Osterhout J. H. Mrs. house 45 Main 
Owen Euclid, farmer, house Shelburne road 

PACKARD C. F. clerk P. N. Bank, house 16 High 
Packard Melvin, carriage maker, house 25 Mill 
PACKARD NATIONAL BANK, Mansion House 
block 



GREENFIELD [P] DIRECTORY. 55 



Packard R. A. prest. Packard National Bank, house 

High 
Packard W. G. cashier Packard National Bank, house 16 

High 
Packer E. S. W. bookkeeper, house 5 Pleasant 
Page Allen Mrs. house 57 Federal 
Page Nellie M. saleswoman, house 21 Davis 
Painter Robert F. machinist, house Conway 
Paquette Delphis, carpenter, house Mill 
Park E. W. car inspector, house 50 Wells 
Park Hervey H. mason, house Wilson avenue 
Park James W. conductor, house 17 Chapman 
PARK LORENZO, granite works, Olive corner Hope, 

house Wright avenue 
Parks Jane Mrs. house West Main 
Parks John Henry, boards Mrs. Jane Parks's 
Parker Alonzo, house 24 Conway 
Parker Charles, hostler, at Elm House 
Parker Charles A. Mrs. house 49 Chapman 
Parker Clarence, teamster, boards James Newton's 
Parker John, laborer, house Deerfield road 
Parker Samuel, farmer, house South Shelburne road 
Parker Samuel Jr. pharmacist, with C. N. Payne 
Parker William, laborer, house Washington 
Parley Elisha A. machinist, house 44 Davis 
Parmenter E. A. Deacon, farmer, house Coleraine road 
Parmenter Delavan E. farmer, house Coleraine road 
Parmenter Horace D. farmer, house Bernardston road 
Parsons Abby Miss, teacher Prospect Hill school 
Parsons Charles, farmer, house Coleraine road 
PARSONS J. C. Rev. principal Prospect Hill school 
Partenheimer A. Mrs. house Washington 
Partenheimer Philip, barber, Mansion House, house 

Leonard 
PARTENHEIMER WENDELL W. groceries and 

provisions, 82 Main, boards Washington 



56 GREENFIELD [J?] DIRECTORY. 

Paull George A. carpenter, house 36 Davis 
Paull Martin, coachman for G. C. Gardner 
Payne Charles N. druggist, Pond's block, h. 8 Union 
Payne Freeman E. harness maker, house 10 Pleasant 
PAYNE S. B. harness manufacturer; Hollister's build- 
ing, Main, house 16 Chapman 
Peabody James E. driver, house 59 Federal 
Pearman John, laborer, house 28 Washington 
Peffer Catherine Mrs. house off Mill 
Peffer George, teamster, house off Mill 
Percival Henry, brakeman, boards Mrs. Jane Parks's 
Perkins Asa M. butcher, house 62 Wells 
Perkins Sumner, gardener, house 81 Federal 
Perley Charles, clerk, Elm House, house 2 Wright ave. 
Perry Frank S. painter, house 22 Chapman 
Perry Fred A. painter, house West Main 
Perry George H. painter, house 35 Wells 
Perry George L. pattern maker, boards 18 School 
Perry Jonathan, painter, house 35 Wells 
Pervere Charles, laborer, house Shelburne road 
Pervere Horace, carpenter, house Nash's Mills 
Petit Arthur, printer for Field & Hall 
Phetteplace George L. employe Dr. A. C. Deane 
Phillips Charles C. painter, house Bernardston road 
Phillips Charles N. turner, house Leyden 
Phillips Noble, farmer, house off Leyden road 
Phillips Simeon, machinist, house 26 Conway 
Pickard Betsey Mrs. house 3 Church 
Pickett Henry L. farmer, house Leyden road 
Pickett Job G. farmer, house Leyden road 
Pierce Charles P. farmer, house 79 Federal 
Pierce Edwin Mrs. house Pleasant corner School 
Pierce Ellen A. widow of William, house 5 Congress 
Pierce Francis Minot, house 20 West Main 
Pierce Frederick E. teller First National bank, boards 
Mrs. William Pierce's 



GREENFIELD [J 3 ] DIRECTORY. 57 

Pierce George Capt. house 44 Davis 

Pierce Henry C. driver, house 36 Davis 

Pierce John D. farmer, house 82 Federal 

Pierce J. H. commercial traveller, house 61 Main 

Pierce Levi Lyman, house 20 Main 

Pierce Martin, shoecutter, boards 143 Main 

Pierce M. R. house 28 Davis 

Pierce Nellie A. teacher, boards 5 Congress 

Pierce N. G. house 18 Davis 

Pittee C. F. car inspector, boards 9 Shattuck square 

Pittee Joseph K. house 9 Shattuck square 

Piatt G. Willard, pharmacist, G. H. Hovey, house 18 

Congress 
Plumley Willard, polisher, house 25 Mill 
Polly Elisha A. pattern maker, rooms H. C. Embury's 
Pond Charles E. house 14 West Main 
Pond Frank A. clothing, hats, caps, etc. Pond's block, 

house 17 West Main 
Pond George, lumber dealer, house Arch 
Pond Mary Mrs. house 14 Main above Conway 
Poole L. Edmund, clerk at Hawks & Reed's 
Poole Lucius E. engineer, house 32 Congress 
Poole Lucius Jr. salesman, boards 32 Congress 
POPKINS B. F. photographer, Hovey's block, Main 

corner Federal, house 4 Church. — See cover 
Porter James, superintendent gasworks, house Devens 

corner Conway 
Porter Joseph, carpenter, house Congress cor. Russell 
Porter Pliny, farmer, house High opposite Maple 
Post Office, Bank row opposite Court square 
Potter Arthur D. ( W. iT. Potter c& So?is), house Frank- 
lin corner Church 
Potter Clarence J. travelling agent, bds. Strecker block 
Potter Edmund M. farmer, house Meadows 
Potter Elwin N. farmer, house Shelburne road 
Potter Ellis T. farmer, house Meadows 



58 GREENFIELD []?] DIRECTORY. 

Potter George W. real estate, house 55 Federal 

Potter George W. Jr. driver, house Wells cor. Grove 

Potter H. A. at American House 

Potter Henry A. farmer, house Federal 

Potter Howard J. farmer, boards 55 Federal 

Potter Jennie Miss, boards Olive 

Potter J. Warren, farmer, house Shelburne road 

Potter L. D. ( W. iT. Potter & Sons), house Church 

POTTER W. G. saloon and tobacconist, also manager 

Opera House, 63 Main street, house Wilson avenue 
Potter W. N. ( W. N. Potter & Sons), house Church 

corner Franklin 
Potter W. N. & Sons, flour, grain and feed, Bank row 

corner Olive 
Powers Carrie Mrs. house 35 Conway 
Powers Edward, bridge builder, house Deerfield road 
Powers J. R. watchman at depot, house 17 Congress 
Prairie Octave, clerk for Clarence F. Foster 
Prairie Thelis, carriage blacksmith, house 9 Pleasant 
Pratt Andrew, farmer, house 41 Wells 
Pratt Eugene, painter, house 80 Chapman 
Pratt Frank J. coll. internal revenue, Mansion House 

block, house 157 Main 
Pratt Frank J. Jr. student, boards 157 Main 
Pratt Luther C. house Shelburne road 
Pratt Lillie A. compositor Gazette and Courier 
Pratt William H. laborer, boards 33 Wells 
Pray Robert, mason for Charles S. Shaw 
Preble B. C. soapmaker, boards 20 Bank row 
Prentiss H. H. carpenter, house Conway corner Grove 
Prentiss Mary W. Mrs. house 44 Federal 
Preston Ella Mrs. house 40 Chapman 
Preston John A. engineer, boards Elm House 
Price Samuel, peddler, house Arch 
Price Thomas, driver, boards 57 Wells 
Prichard R. S. carpenter, house Pleasant cor. Chapman 



GREENFIELD [R] DIRECTORY. 



59 



Priest Marshall S. house Russell opposite Congress 
Proulx N. L. carpenter, house 71 Chapman 
Purcell John J. upholsterer, house 47 Davis 
Purcell Mark E.Rev. pastor Holy Trinity church, h. Main 
Putnam Eliza Mrs. house Cheapside 
Putnam James J. conductor, house Davis cor. Pleasant 
PUTNAM JOHN, hairdresser, American House block, 
house Wells 



EANAHAN THOMAS, shoemaker, h. 41 Washington 

Rancourt David, carriage maker, boards A. E. Lamb's 

Rancourt Louis, burnisher, house Hope 

RANKIN A. A. marble works, 16 Davis. — See adv. 

Rankin Mary A. teacher, boards Maple opposite Union 

Rankin Silas W. tel. operator, boards 20 Davis 

Reece Bros. {Edward F. and Virginius J.), screw 

plates and bolt cutters, Wells corner Devens 
Reece Ed. F. {Reece Bros.), house Devens near Wells 

GREENFIELD MAEBLE WORKS, 



A. A. RANKIN, Proprietor, 



Manufacturer and Dealer in 




ETERY WORK, 



FROM 



American and Foreign Marble, American and 
Foreign Granite, or Brown-Stone. 



GREENFIELD, MASS. 



60 GREENFIELD [R,] DIRECTORY. 

Reece Mary Ann Mrs. house West Deerfield road 

Reece Reuben G. toolmaker, house Devens 

Reece Yirginius J. {Reece Bros.), house 58 "Wells 

Reed A. E. Mrs. house 15 Federal 

REED C. N. grocer, 14 Federal, house Franklin 

Reed F. H. {Hawks dh Reed), boards 15 Federal 

Reed Hannah F. Miss, house Franklin 

Reed Kate F. Miss, house Franklin 

Renth Philip, hairdresser, 79 Main, house 46 Federal 

Renth Sebastian, cigar maker, 81 Main, house 43 Hope 

Reynolds Darius A. salesman, house 35 School 

Reynolds James, mechanic, house Arch near Wells 

Reynolds Robert, cutler, house 83 Federal 

Reynolds Russell G. house 25 West Main 

Reynolds William C. cutler, house 95 Federal 

Rhode Christian, laborer, house west side Green River 

Rice Jason, painter, house Silver 

Rice L. W. bookbinder, School, house 19 West Main 

Rice Susan Mrs. house 6Q Wells 

Rich Frederick, watchman at Mansion House 

Rich Salem, house Factory hollow 

Richards J. P. pharmacist with George H. Hovey, bds. 

Elm House 
Richardson Edward P. hostler, boards Franklin House 
Richardson Elizabeth D. Miss, house 4 Ames 
Richardson Harry, jeweler, 66 Main, house 100 do. 
Richardson Isabel Mrs. house Wells near Arch 
Richardson Jane E. Mrs. house 13 Pleasant 
Richardson J. J. Mrs., Richardson's block, 143 Main 
Richmond F. W. fresco painter, house 12 Union 
Richmond Charles, paper boxes, Prospect, house do. 
Richter Ernst Rev. pastor German Lutheran church, 

house Turners Falls 
Riddell J. Wesley, milkman, house High 
Riddell William (aged 87), house High 
Riley Ellen Mrs. house 49 Hope 



GREENFIELD [S] DIRECTORY. 61 

Bipley Thomas W. Mrs. house opposite head of Main 

Kist Abram, cigar maker, house 34 Washington 

Rist Jacob, cigar maker, Strecker block, h. Washington 

Bobbins Clara S. Mrs. house 18 Federal 

Bobbins E. clerk, Cooperative Association, boards 1 

Davis 
Kobinson James, painter, house 28 Chapman 
Rockerfellow J. Byron, puncher, house Grinnell 
Kockwood H. O. Mrs. house 8 Union 
Rodgers Charles E. clerk, boards Franklin House 
Rogers David C. {Langdon Mitre Box Co.), house 4 

Church 
Rogers Ethel E. Miss, house 5 Church 
Rogers George E. bookkeeper, house 5 Church 
Rome Samuel, carpenter, house near Wiley & Russell's 
Root Arthur, rooms 14 Pond's block 
Root Charles F. house Pleasant corner Chapman 
Root Clara P. widow of W. F. house 50 Federal 
Root Henry E. portrait painter, Pond's block 
Root M. J. Miss, house Shelburne road 
Root Susan Mrs. house Shelburne road 
Ross Ashton D. engineer, house 12 Shattuck square 
Ross I. G. Rev. pastor 1st M. E. church, house r. church 
ROUDENBUSH S. D. cabinetmaker, furniture repair- 
ing and picture framing, rear W. H. Sanborn's, 
house Chapman 
Rowe Jacob E. laborer, house River 
Rowe Martin, grinder, house Deerfield Road 
Rowell F. H. fruits, cigars and confectionery, Miles, 

house Ames 
Rowell Or vis R. house Ames near Federal 
Russell Charles P. ( Wiley <& Hussell), h. 35 High 
Russell Hannah S. Miss, house 25 High 
Russell Isabella Mrs. house Main cor. High 
Russell Nathaniel E. house High corner Church 
Rust Lyman B. agent, house 31 School 



62 GREENFIELD [S] DIRECTORY. 

Ryan Louisa Mrs. tailoress for William Cullen Bryant 
Ryan Patrick, blacksmith, house Mill 

SAGE RICHARD MRS. house Bernardston road 
Sage G. Solomon, farmer, house Coleraine road 
Samson William A. machinist, house Shelburne road 
Salisbury George E. carriage maker, Davis, house do. 
Sanborn W. H. ( W. H. Sanborn & Co.), boards Man- 
sion House 
Sanborn Wm. H. ( W. H. Sanborn dk Co.), house 112 

Main 
Sanborn W. H. & Co. dry and fancy goods, 114 Main 
Sanderson C. H. K. Mrs. house 11 Union 
Sanderson Henry H. farmer, house Meadows 
Sanderson J. H. ( Warner Manufacturing Co.), house 

15 Federal • 
Sauer Charles, cutler, house Cheapside 
Saunders Nettie Mrs. house Olive 
Sauter Barbara Mrs. house Hope corner Russell 
Sauter Catharine Mrs. house Washington 
Sauter Christina Mrs. boards Washington 
Sauter Conrad, grinder, house Deerfield road 
Sauter Conrad, Jr. cutler, house Cheapside 
Sauter Edward, cutler, house High opp. Maple 
Sauter George, cutler, house 51 Washington 
Sauter Gotleib, cutler, house 7 Chapman 
Sauter Gotleib C. barber for Philip Renth 
Sauter Jacob, hairdresser for P. Partenheimer 
Sauter Jacob W. saloon, 32 Washington 
Sauter John, cutler, house Cheapside 
Sauter Martin, saloon, Hope corner Russell 
Sauter Martin, 2d, clerk at 188 Main 
Sauter Michael, laborer, house Washington 
Sawtelle Dwight, farmer, house Bernardston road 
Sawtelle Franklin P. house Bernardston road 
Sawtelle Lyman H. farmer, house Bernardston road 



GREENFIELD [S] DIRECTORY. 63 

Sawyer Benjamin, bread peddler, house Silver 
Saxton Arthur W. painter, house 68 Wells 
Scanlan Patrick, laborer, house off Mill 
Scanlan William, laborer, house Mill 
Scheidler Charles F. laborer, house 36 Deerfield 
Scheidler Gotleib C. saloon, Deerfield, house do. 
Schemp Adam, cutler, house Cheapside 
Schemp Gotleib, cutler, house Cheapside 
Scherff C. Rev. (Scherff <& Wiemers), house Crescent 
SCHERFF & WIEMERS, cigar manufacturers, off Mill 
Schick Andrew, laborer, house Mill 
Schick John, salesman, boards 36 Washington 
Schick Louisa Mrs. house 36 Washington 
Schielding Matthew, cutler, house Deerfield road 
Schouler John Mrs. house Hope 

Schouler Martin, at cutlery shop, house 32 Washington 
Schreader Frederick, laborer, house 57 Washington 
Schuster Charles F. music teacher, h. Shelburne road 
Schwartz L. B. Rev. on Connecticut river east of Turn- 
ers Falls road 
Schweitzer Sebastian, laborer, house Deerfield 
Scobey Clara S. Miss, house 70 Federal 
Scobey Mary Miss, house 49 Union 
Scott Betsy H. Mrs. boards William Barnes's 
Scott Charles W. farmer, house Coleraine road 
Seaman Walter H. silver plater, 31 West Main, h. do. 
Sears John R. mason, house rear 95 Wells 
Seibert Philip, cutler, house 25 Hope 
Seibert Elizabeth Mrs. house Grinnell 
Seils Jacob, blacksmith, house Deerfield 
Sessions George W. L. carpenter, house South Shel- 
burne road 
Sessler Frederick, farmer, house Meadows 
Sessler Jacob, farmer, house Plain road 
Severance H. C. widow of P. P. house 19 Congress 
SEVERANCE WILLIAM L. physician, house Main 
corner Wells 



64 GREENFIELD [S] DIRECTORY. 

Severance William S. physician, house Main cor. Wells 
Seward Quincy Adams, house 55 Federal 
Shamponx Louis, laborer, house 1 Mill 
Shattuck Charles E. billiards, 79 Main, h. 20 Federal 
Shattuck George W. house Main cor. Shattuck square 
Shattuck Rufus W. teamster, house Strecker block 
Shattuck Simon L. Mrs. h. Main cor. Shattuck square 
SHAW CHARLES S. mason builder, house 13 Chap- 

man. — See adv. 
Shaw Lovina Mrs. house Devens near Wells 
Shaw Nelson F. mason, house 21 Davis 
Shea James, laborer, house Hope near Russell 
Shea John T. butcher, house 20 Chapman 
Shea Timothy, laborer, house 89 Hope 
Shearer George A. employe C. R. Field 
Shehan John, cutler, house Deerfield road 
Shehan John, laborer, house Devens 
Shehan Patrick, laborer, house 82 Chapman 
Shehan Thomas, cutler, boards Union House 
Sheldon Eva Miss, dressmaker, boards 84 Federal 
Sheldon George, farmer, house Deerfield road 
Sheldon Henry, house 6 Shattuck square 
Sheldon John {Sheldon d? Newcomb), house Park near 

High 
Sheldon & Newcomb, hardware and agricultural imple- 
ments, Arms block 
Shepardson E. B. carpenter for J. L. Carll 
Shepardson J. Rev. pastor Baptist church, house Shat- 
tuck square 
Shepardson Horatio J. (age 84) house 26 Chapman 
Shepardson Mattie Mrs. dressmaker, boards 33 School 
Sherwin William H. clerk, house Park near High 
Sibley Charles W. baker for D. W. Crosby Bakery Co. 
Simonds Carrie E. house Nash's Mills 
Simonds Charles, mechanic, h. 75 Wells above Grove 
Simonds Nancy Miss, house Nash's Mills 



GREENFIELD [g] DIRECTORY. 65 

Simons D. S. collector of taxes, American House 

Simons J. H. boards American House 

Simons H. K. president Franklin County National Bank, 

house High corner Park 
SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, agent, 

John A. Kirk, office 80 Main 
Sinken Amelia Miss, house Deerh'eld 
Slate Charles E. (Slate db De Wolf), house 37 Davis 
Slate S. B. selectman and farmer, house Leyden road 
SLATE W. J. provisions, 129 Main 
SLATE & DeWOLF, agricultural implements, seeds 

and paints, 18 Bank row 
Slattery Mary Mrs. house Grinnell 
Slocomb Charles H. clerk at P. O. house 16 School 
Slocomb Edward Mrs. house School 
SMALL C. H. physician and surgeon, office and resi- 
dence 13 Federal 
Smart A. J. superintendent Wiley & Russell's, house 27 

Conway 
Smart Wellington F. travelling agent, house 25 Main 
Smead Albert Mrs. house Franklin corner Park 
Smead A. J. driver for J. P. Felton 
Smead Charles W. stock dealer, house West Main 
Smead Henry, house Coleraine road 
Smead Horace, nurseryman, house Leyden road 
Smead Jesse H. mason, house 82 Federal 
Smead Jonathan Mrs. house 33 West Main 
Smead Lydia Mrs. boards William M. Smead's 
Smead Sarah Miss, house Main opposite Baptist church 
Smead Sylvanus A. Mrs. house Coleraine road 
Smead William, farmer, house Green River road 
Smead William M. house Franklin corner Park 
Smedley Alfred, photographer, Miles, house Olive 
Smith A. L. millinery and fancy goods, 110 Main, h.do. 
Smith Benoni D. painter, boards J. Byron Rockerfellow's 
Smith Cephas, foreman at L. Nims & Co.'s, h. Prospect 



GREENFIELD [S] DIRECTORY. 



Smith Charles Lathrop, house Meadows 

Smith Charles R. C. laborer, house Shelburne road 

Smith Clarence A. pharmacist, with Howland & Lowell, 

boards F. B. Whitney's 
Smith C. L. house and sign painter, Ames, h. Leonard 
Smith David A. house Elm near Devens 
SMITH DWIGHT, carpenter, Ames corner School, 

house 4 Wilson avenue 
Smith Edward, carpenter, house River 
Smith Elijah W. farmer, house Coleraine road 
Smith Emma C. Mrs. house 12 Pleasant 
Smith Frank, job ber, house Montague City 
Smith Fred A. bookkeeper City National Bank, Hol- 

yoke, boards 12 Pleasant 
Smith Frederick G. farmer, house Coleraine road 
Smith Hattie E. Miss, bookkeeper, house 12 Pleasant 
Smith Henry O. farmer, house Meadows 
Smith Henry M. carpenter, boards Wells near Devens 
Smith Herbert W. salesman, house Davis cor. Pleasant 
Smith Joseph, house Davis corner Pleasant 
Smith L. T. at J. P. Felton's, house 21 West Main 
Smith Martin H. painter, house Coleraine road 
Smith Oliver T. travelling agent, house 84 Federal 
Smith Sarah Ann Mrs. house South Shelburne road 
Smith Sarah H. Mrs. house Grinnell 
SMITH STEPHEN, laundry, Federal above Garfield 
Smith Sylvester B. agent, house Davis corner Pleasant 
Snow Barnabas, farmer, house Federal at Bernardston 

line 
Snow F. E. ( Wells Bros. & Co.), house Shattuck square 
Snow Francis J. house Davis corner Pleasant 
Snow Newell, house Main near Franklin 
Snow Robert M. house Davis corner Pleasant 
Snow Robert H. salesman, boards 9 Chapman 
Snow Walter N. boards Newell Snow's 
SOVEREIGN'S STORE, 49 and 55 Main 



GREENFIELD [SI DIRECTORY. 67 

Sparhawk L. B. Mrs. house 18 Congress 
Spear Daniel W. farmer, house 36 High 
Spear George E. milkman, house Orescent 
Spear H. E. clerk at post-office, house High 
Spear Howard W. farmer, house High corner Maple 
Spear Jennie P. Mrs. house 51 Wells 
Spear Kate Frescott Mrs. house 47 Davis 
Spear W. H. manager and editor The Reformer, h. do. 
Spicer Theodore M. shoemaker, house 21 School 
Spooner Nathaniel, farmer, house Grove 
Sporbert Louis, machinist, house River 
Spring John C. carpenter, house 13 Union 
Spring John F. insurance agent, Main, boards 13 Chap- 
man 
Spurr George W. (Diamond Soap Co.), house Conway 
Squire Samuel (Hagar <& Squire), Elm House 
Stanhope Andrew, machinist, house 53 Washington 
Stannard Milton S. manager Western Union Tele- 
graph Company, opposite depot, house High corner 
Maple 
Stark Charles, laborer, house 30 Washington 
Stark Edwin, laborer, house off Mill 
Stark Frederick C. laborer, house off Mill 
Stark Gustave, laborer, house 81 Wells 
Stark Joachim, cutler, house 80 Hope 
Stark Louis H. cutler, house West side Green River 
Stearns Henry J. house Garfield 

Stearns John H. carpenter, house Federal corner Silver 
Steenburgh C. sewing machines, School cor. Pleasant 
Steinhope Andrew, machinist, house 36 Washington 
Stetson Clarence H. machinist, house 40 Federal 
Stetson Emma M. tailoress, boards 21 Main 
Stetson Eunice Mrs. tailoress, house 40 Federal 
Stevens Henry L. carpenter, house 45 Conway 
Stevens Humphrey Mrs. house 1 Church 
Stevens Joseph W. cashier First National Bank, house 
7 Congress 



68 GREENFIELD [S] DIRECTORY. 

Stewart William G. house 44 School 

Stickney J. W. Mrs. house 9 West Main 

Still Carrie M. Mrs. dressmaker, Taylor's block 

Still John, salesman for C. H. McClellan, house Taylor 

block 
Stimson Baxter, farmer, house Deerfield road 
Stimson Charles A. painter, boards 7 Union 
Stimson William A. house 7 Union 
Stone E. Harrison, house Bernardston road 
Stone E. L. Mrs. homceopathist, office 104 Main 
STONE GRANT L. proprietor Champion Laundry, 

32 School 
Stone Harriet Miss, house 15 Federal 
Strange Kate Miss, tailoress, boards 4 Ames 
Stratton Arad, fish dealer, house Maple cor. Federal 
Stratton E. A. {Stratton Bros.), house Prospect 
Stratton Frederick, house 82 Federal 
STRATTON A. E. & C. M. manufacturers levels, 26 

School 
Stratton C. M. (A. E. & G. M. Stratton), h. 39 High 
Stratton Edwin, register of deeds, house 8 Shattuck sq. 
Stratton E. F. clerk, First National Bank, boards 

Shattuck square 
Stratton Horace M. fitter, house 83 Federal 
Stratton Oscar G. house 82 Federal 
Stratton Sophia Mrs. (age 91), house 82 Federal 
STRECKER E. cigar manufacturer, Strecker block, 

Main, house Prospect 
Streeter E. A. machinist, house 53 Federal 
Streeter S. F. mechanic, house Main corner Chapman 
Strobel Casper, cutler, house Washington 
Strong Levi C. house Garfield corner Davis 
Stnrtevant Charles, at Wiley & Russell's, b. 17 Congress 
Sturtevant George A. clerk for Charles Henry 
Suhl Ferdinand, house 41 Washington 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house 44 Washington 



GREENFIELD [T] DIRECTORY. 69 

Sullivan Daniel J. cutler, house 84 Hope 
Sullivan Jeremiah, shoe repairer, house near depot 
Sullivan Jeremiah, watchman, house 93 Hope 
Sullivan Owen, laborer, house off Mill 
Sullivan Owen, Jr. laborer, house off Mill 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house off Mill 
Sullivan Patrick H. grinder, near depot 
Sullivan Thomas, laborer, house off Mill 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 30 Washington 
Sumner Charles O. teamster, house Elm above Grove 
Sweet Frank S. cutler, house Arch near Wells 

TAFT CALVIN W. blacksmith, boards 7 Mill 

Taintor W. L. constable, house 38 School 

Tasker William S. carpenter, house 29 Congress 

Tasker Willie F. carpenter, house River 

Taylor Charles, farmer, house Wells above Grove 

Taylor R. R. Mrs. house 6 West Main 

Temple Catharine Mrs. house 26 Davis 

Temple Henry W. painter, house Wells near Main 

Temple James Dwight, ostler at Franklin House 

Temple Jane Miss, house 24 Davis 

Tenney E. J. tinsmith, boards American House 

Thatcher E. S. painter for Charles S. Smith 

Thayer A. M. cashier Franklin Co. Bank, house Park 

Thayer Ashley P. teamster, house 73 Chapman 

Thayer Edwin F. farmer, house 52 Chapman 

Thayer Frank, employe John Wallace 

Thayer Harvey C. teamster, house 78 Chapman 

Thayer Henry D. laborer, house Elm 

Thayer John, farmer, house between Coleraine and 

Shelburne roads 

Thayer Otis C. carpenter, house Union near Maple 

Thayer Will, laborer, house 22 Chapman 

Thomas James L. employe J. Wesley Riddell 

Thomas Nancy M. Mrs. house Coleraine road 
6* 



70 GREENFIELD [T] DIRECTORY. 

Thompson Albert M. clerk, house 19 Prospect 
Thompson Andrew S. clerk, h. Conway above Devens 
Thompson Charles J. house Nash's mills 
Thompson Emily B. Mrs. house Conway 
THOMPSON F. M. register of probate, bds. Union st. 
Thompson George W. house Nash's mills 
Thompson Jesse E. printer, house Shelburne road 
Thompson John W. machinist, house Prospect 
Thompson Leland, employe Oramel Moore 
Thompson Sarah A. Mrs. nurse, house 36 Davis 
Thompson Eobert W. (R. W. T. & Co.), house Grinnell 
Thompson R. W. & Co. dry goods, Taylor block 
Thrasher Holland C. house Factory hollow 
Tibbetts Lucy W. teacher, Prospect Hill school 
Tilton Charles E. inventor Tilton Type Writer, boards 

3 Congress 
Tilton Emily M. Mrs. house 3 Congress 
Tilton Fred G. (F. G. Tilton <& Co.), h. 3 Congress 
TILTON F. G. & CO. booksellers and stationers, 3 

Bank row 

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Special attention given to the Manufacture of 

ACCOUNT BOOKS TO ORDER. 

Being connected with the largest Blank Book Manufactory in New 
England, we claim that we cannot be undersold. 

3 Bank Row, - Greenfield, Mass. 



GREENFIELD [XJ V "W] DIBEOTOBT. 71 

Tobin Mary Mrs. house 32 Davis 

Todd Alton S. brake man, house 61 Federal 

Todd Thomas, butcher, house Deerfield 

Toomey Timothy, mason, house 88 Hope 

Trask Anna Mrs. boards B. T. Howry's 

Travel* Edgar, carpenter, boards 29 Congress 

Traver Philip, carpenter, house Church corner Federal 

Travel* William E. house Federal cor. Church 

True Thomas, boards Hrs. Lovina Shaw's 

Turner George, shoemaker, 131 Main, house 66 High 

Turner William A. house Shelburne road 

Turner William C. painter, house Grove near Wells 

Tuxbury Helen, teacher, Prospect Hill school 

Tyler Albert H. clerk, boards 11 Federal 

Tyler Clarence C. expressman, house Garfield c. Davis 

Tyler H. H. house 11 Federal 

ULRICH JULIA HRS. house 49 High 
Ulrich Haximillian, machinist, house Hope 
Ulrich Tillie Hiss, boards 49 High 
UNION HOUSE, opposite railroad depot 
U. S. and Canada Express Co. office at depot 

VAN DOOEN C. A. & CO. house furnishing goods and 

paper hangings, 64 Hain, house 41 do. — See adv. 
Yaughan Arthur A. carpenter, h. Conway cor. Grove 
Yaughan H. A. carpenter, boards Grove cor. Conway 
Yeitch John H. laborer, house 10 Washington 
Yetterling Matthew, printer, house Deerfield road 
Yetterling William Mrs. house Deerfield 
Yick E. Coleston (Good Cheer Publishing Co.), house 

11 Union 
Yincent Charles E. employe Mrs. H. W. Clapp 
Yosburgh Stephen, finisher, house 6 Pleasant 

WADE EDWARD T. salesman, Cutler, Lyon & 
Field's, house Congress corner Crescent 



72 GREENFIELD ["W"] DIRECTORY. 

Wade Thomas S. house Congress corner Crescent 
Wadleigh C. F. conductor, house 23 Davis 
Wagenbrett August, cigar maker, house 108 Wells 
Wagner Frank, cutler, house Washington 
Wait Andrew W. insurance agent and bookkeeper, 

Good Cheer Publishing Co. house 20 Church 
Wait Annie Miss, saleswoman for F. W. Bangs 
Wait Frank, farmer, house Garfield 
Wait Frank, at depot, house 20 Church 
Wait Henry, farmer, house Deerfield road 
Wait Jerome, freight clerk, house 20 Church 
Wait Thomas Mrs. house 17 Congress 
Walbridge Henry, bookkeeper, boards 17 Congress 
Walcott Charles (aged 89), house 30 Congress 
Walcott Charles T. civil engineer, boards 30 Congress 
Walker A. C. physician, office and house 20 Federal 
Wallace James W. horse trainer, house Silver 
Wallace John, laborer, house Elm near Main 
Ward Emeline V. Mrs. house Franklin 
Ward Mary E. Miss, house Franklin 
Ware Hannah Mrs. house 8 Church 
Warner Anson K. agent, house 40 School 
Warner Henry W. ( Warner Mfg. Co.), h. 9 Congress 
Warner Nelson J. mechanic, house 81 High 
Warner S. F. Mrs. house Main opp. American House 
Warner Mfg. Co. carriage makers, Nash's Mills 
Washburn William B. president First National Bank, 

house 159 Main 
Washburn William N. bookkeeper for Washburn & 

Hayward Chair Co. house Franklin 
Watson Henry D. & Co. publishers Good Cheer, house 

28 High 
Watson Sarah W. Mrs. house 11 Union 
Weaver Edgar G. hostler, house 11 School 
Weissenborn Louis, machinist, house Deerfield road 
Weissenborn Yalentine, house Plain road 



GREENFIELD [^W] DIRECTORY. 73 

Weissenborn William, laborer, house Cheapside 

Wells Alfred C. machinist, house 46 School 

Wells Bros. & Co. blacksmiths' tool manufacturing, Mill 

Wells Clifford, engineer, boards Elm House 

WELLS F. B. (Ph. G.), druggist, Arms block, house 

8 Church. — See opposite title 
Wells Charles, printer for W. S. Carson 
Wells Charles B. farmer, house Leyden road 
Wells Edwy, mechanic, house Wells near Main 
Wells Elisha, agent, house Union cor. Maple 
Wells Frank O. ( Wells Bros. c& Co.), house Grinnell 
Wells Franklin, plane maker, house 45 Wells 
Wells Frederick E. ( Wells Bros. & Co.), h. 18 Congress 
Wells Henry, laborer, house rear 29 Wells 
Wells J. M. {J. M. Wells <& Co.), house 17 Prospect 
Wells Joseph P. mechanic, house Union 
WELLS J. M. & CO. boots and shoes, Arms block, Main 
Wells Luther W. house 55 Federal 
Wells Marietta A. Mrs. house 55 Federal 
Wells Minnie C. stitcher, boards 5 Congress 
Wells Noah S. assistant clerk of courts, house 46 Davis 
Wells Ralph, farmer, house Coleraine road 
Wells Solomon C. house 4 Union 
Welsh John E. blacksmith, house 14 School 
Welsh Martin, laborer, house off" West Main 
Welsh Mary Mrs. house Washington 
Welsh Patrick, laborer, house Hope near Marshall 
Weston Thomas Rev. house 19 Congress 
Wetherbee James L. house Lamp Black street 
Wetherbee W. H. with Henry E. Root, Pond's block 
Wheeler A. M. Mrs. house Leonard 
Wheeler Charles, burnisher, boards 1 Davis 
Wheeler Charles R. com. trav. house 54 Federal 
Wheeler S. S. farmer, house Shelburne road 
Wheelock M. C. Miss, house Shelburne road 
Whelihan Dennis, laborer, house Hope 



74 GREENFIELD ["Wl DIRECTORY. 

WHIPPLE R. P. stoves, plumbing, gas and steam fitting, 

Wiley's block, house 53 Federal. — See adv. 
Whitcomb Frank H. clerk for J. H. Lamb 
Whitcomb M. L. Mrs. house 2 Wright avenue 
White Alex. D. ( White Bros.), boards American House 
White Arthur T. piano tuner, house 45 Main 
WHITE BROS. (Alex. D. c& Thos.), dry goods, Main 

cor. Davis 
White Edmond Mrs. house South Shelburne road 
White Ernest C. Mrs. housekeeper of County Jail 
White Julia Miss, house 50 Federal 
White Thomas ( White Bros.), house Main 
White William, laborer, house Marshall 
Whiting W. H. principal High School, h. 13 Pleasant 
Whittemore James, brakeman, house Olive 
Whithead Marshall, tinner, boards 53 Federal 
Whitney Caroline J. saleswoman for R. W. Thompson 
Whitney F. B. carpenter, Newton place, house Leonard 
Whitney Martin, teamster, house 68 High 
Wiemers H. (Scherff & Wiemers), house Snow 
Wilby George, boards 12 Federal 
Wilck John, laborer, house Deerfield road 
Wilder William, employe Wm. B. Washburn 
Wiley's Block, Main opp. American house 
Wiley Oren, stoves and tin ware, 22 Federal, house 47 do. 
Wiley Oren C. clerk C. R. R. boards 47 Federal 
Wiley Robert Mrs. house Main opposite Davis 
Wiley S. L. ( Wiley dk Russell), house 21 Congress 
Wiley & Russell, machinists, west side Green river 
Willard Mary Frances, house 21 School 
Williams Charles Dewey, boards 39 Davis 
Williams Charles Dwight, house 48 Chapman 
Williams Daniel G. machinist, house 23 Wells 
Williams Clara G. Miss, house 25 High 
Williams Elijah S. wheelwright, Newton place, h. Wells 
Williams Frank W. dentist, Arms block, boards Mansion 
House 



GREENFIELD ["W] DIRECTORY. 75 

Williams George, carpenter, house 44 Davis 
Williams George E. teamster, house 31 Davis 
Williams George W. gunsmith, Newton place, house 7 

Conway 
WILLIAMS GORHAM D. attorney-at-law and insur- 
ance agent, Taylor block, house 6 West Main 
Williams Lucy Miss, folder, boards E. H. Damon's 
Williams Mary D. Miss, house 25 High 
Williams Morris H. carpenter, house Wells cor. Arch 
Williams Sanford, carpenter, house Wells opp. Arch 
Williams W. S. {Chapin <& Williams), house Deerfield 
Willman John, cutler, house 33 Washington 
Wilson Cordelia R. Mrs. house 4 Wilson avenue 
Wilson Joel, real estate, house 42 West Main 
Wilson So wall, Mrs. house Davis above Pleasant 
Wilson William J. teamster, house 7 Maple 
WING CHAUNCEY, machine worker, draughtsman 
and pattern maker, near Wiley & Russell's, house 
39 School. — See adv. 
Winterhalter Herman, hairdresser, rooms 61 Main 
Winn Henry, attorney, 16 American House block 
Winn Reuben, plumber, house Conway 
Wise Asa S. at cutlery shop, house 20 School 
Wise William M. house Church opp. Union 
Wissman Martin, grinder, house Deerfield road 
WITHE Y ANSON, carriage maker, School cor. Ames, 

house 9 Pleasant. — See adv. 
Witt August F. grinder, house River 
Witt Charles F. W. grinder, house River 
Witt Frederick C. clerk, house 45 Main 
Wolfskiel Bena, bookkeeper for W. W. Partenheimer 
Womersley Thomas, physician, office 27 Chapman 
Wood Charles N. driver, house 20 Prospect 
WOOD E. WARREN, wheelwright, Olive, house Wells 

near Devens 
Wood Frank, mason, house 26 Conway near Main 



76 GREENFIELD [Y] DIRECTORY. 

Wood Henry S. house near Franklin park 

Wood Mary B. Mrs. house Federal cor. Ames 

Wood Mary P. house 15 Wells near Devens 

Wood Samuel E. toolmaker, house Conway 

Wood Seth, house Factory hollow 

Wood W. J. truckman, house Elm 

Woodard Elbridge G. teamster, house Coleraine road 

Woodard Flavel J. S. peddler, house Grove 

Woodard H. G. Mrs. house South Shelburne road 

Woodard James M. butcher, house Shelburne road 

Woodard John W. mason, house 70 High 

Woodard Newman H. butcher, house Shelburne road 

Woods Henry, foreman, house Plain road 

WOODS HOPKINS, marble works, Olive cor. Hope, 

house Conway cor. Devens 
Woodlock David, laborer, house Washington 
Wotton Thos. E. foreman at D. W. Crosby's Bakery 
Wright Annie Mrs. house 15 Prospect 
Wright A. H. bridge builder, house Main near High 
Wright Chas. P. shipping clerk, boards 15 Prospect 
Wright David W. engineer, house 5 West Main 
Wright Hammatt B. clerk, boards S. L. Shattuck's 
Wright Hattie Miss, boards A. H. Wright's 
Wright John S. farmer, house Conway 
Wright John Mrs. house Wells near Main 
Wright Lewis P. conductor, house Wells near Main 
Wrisley John A. homceopathist, Arms block, boards 

Mansion House 
Wrisley M. Phila, millinery, 104 Main, h. Wilson ave. 
Wunsch John, farmer, house Factory Hollow road 
Wunsch John, Jr. farmer, house Gill road 
Wunsch P. Dr. office and residence 135 Main 
Wyman Max, saddler for S. B. Payne 

YEAW ALBERT O. machinist, h. Union cor. Maple 



GREENFIELD [Z] DIRECTORY. 



77 



Yetter John, at cutlery shop, house 30 Washington 

Yetter J. G. clerk, boards 38 Davis 

Yetter Mary Miss, milliner for Wanda Miller 

York Richard B. house 68 Wells 

Young Henry M. house 46 School 

Young John J. laborer, house 24 Washington 

Young Walter T. house 40 Federal 

ZIMMERMAN JOHN, saloon, 59 Washington 
Zimmerman Kate Miss, house Deerfield road 
Zimmerman Martin, miller, house 53 Washington 



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Agricultural Implements* 

S. Allen's Sons, Main street cor. Bank row (See adv.) 

Apothecaries. 

Hovey G. H., Main street corner School 

Howland & Lowell, 5 Bank row 

Payne Charles N., Pond's block 

Wells F. P. (Ph. G.), Arms block (See opposite title) 

Attorneys. 

Aiken David & John A., Arms block 
Conant & Conant, over First National Bank 
DeWolf Austin, Turners Falls Co.'s office 
Eddy Charles F. A., Sanborn's block 
Fessenden F. G., American House block 
Greene Frederick L. over Franklin Co. Bank 
Grinnell James S. (patent), over Franklin Co. Bank 
Griswold F. C. over Franklin Co. Bank 
Lamb Samuel O., Main corner Federal 
Thompson F. M. at Court House 
Williams & Malone, Taylor block 
Winn Henry, 16 American House block 

Axles and Springs. 

S. Allen's Sons, Main street cor. Bank row (See adv.) 
Noyes B. B. & Co., Hope street 

Bakeries. 

Crosby D. M., Bakery Co., Davis 
DKEW J. V. 145—149 Main (See adv.) 



GREENFIELD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 79 

Banks. 

First National Bank, 6 Bank row 
Franklin County National Bank, Main street 
Franklin Savings Institution, Bank row 
Greenfield Savings Bank, Mansion House block 
Packard National Bank, Mansion House block 

Blank Book Manufacturers. 

Tilton F. G. & Co. 3 Bank row (See advertisement) 

Bookbinder. 

Rice L. W., School street near Main 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

Field & Hall (stationery only), Bank row 

Moody C. M., Mansion House block 

Tilton F. G. & Co. 3 Bank row (See advertisement) 

Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Etc. 

Benjamin M. J., Main street corner Davis (See adv.) 

Fellows Marvin S. 108 Main street 

Howe Charles E. 66 Main street 

O'Hara Richard, Bank row 

Sovereigns' Store, 55 Main street 

Turner George, 131 Main street 

Wells J. M. & Co., Arms block 

Brick Manufacturer. 

McClure Manley, Leyden road 

Builders and Contractors. 

Ames D wight, Ames street corner School 

Austin T. N. & Co., Hope street (See advertisement) 

Bickford A. F. 26 School street 

Carll Jonah L. rear Strecker's block (See adv.) 

Holden Dwight D. 23 School street 

Jones Gilbert E. 25 School street 



80 GREENFIELD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Howland Dwight L. 24 School street 
Prentiss Henry H., Conway street 
Travers Edgar, Church street corner Federal 
Whitney F. B., Newton place 

Cabinet Maker and Furniture Itepairer. 

Roudenbush S. D., Ames street 

Carpets and Oil Cloths. 

Bangs F. W., Pond's block 
Forbes W. A., Hovey's block 

Carriage Manufacturers. 

Belair & Ryan, Olive street near depot 

Brackett Henry W. rear Streaker's block 

Ewer J. Benjamin, 19 Hope 

Field Charles R. (children's), Mill street 

Hollister George W. 19 Davis 

Salisbury George E., Davis street 

Warner Manufacturing Co. (children's), Nash's Mills 

Withey Anson, School street corner Ames {See adv.) 

Wood E. Warren, Olive near depot 

Caterer. 

Drew J. V. 145-149 Main street {See advertisement) 

Cigar Manufacturers. 

Renth Sebastian, 81 Main street 

Rist Jacob, Strecker's block 

Strecker Edward, Strecker's block, Main street 

Scherff & Weimers, off Mill street 

Civil Engineers and Surveyors, 

Day Charles J. 137 Main street 
Wolcott Charles T., Pond's block 

Clothiers and Furnishing Goods* 

Browning A., Mansion House block 

Cohn Charles, opposite American House block 



GREENFIELD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 81 

Cook L. A., Main street corner Federal 

Hawks & Reed, Main street corner Court square 

Coal Dealers. 

Day Charles J. 137 Main (See front cover) 
Hull A. N., Botsford's block (See advertisement) 

Confectioner, 

Drew J. V. 145-149 Main street (See adv.) 

Crockery, China and Glassware. 

Yan Doom C. A. & Co., American House block (See 
advertisement) 

Dentists. 

Allen Charles P. 104 Main street (See adv.) 
Beals Joseph, Mansion House block 
Haskell Charles C, Bank row 
Williams F. W., Arms block 

Dining Saloons. 

Barber J. M. under Mansion House 

Blakeley Martha, 20 Bank row 

Wood Will E. at depot 

Drew J. V., Richardson's block (See adv.) 

Doors, Sash & Blinds. 

Austin T. N. & Co., Hope street near depot (See adv.) 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 

Bangs F. W., Pond's Block 
Forbes W. A., Hovey's block 
McClellan C. H., Pond's block 
Thompson R. W. & Co., Taylor block 
White Brothers, American House Block 

Expresses. 

American Express Company, at Depot 

U. S. and Canada Express Company, at Depot 



GREENFIELD BUSINESS DIRECTORT. 



Fish and Oysters. 

Giles D. H., 68 Chapman street 
Hunter George, School street near Main 

Florist. 

Beals E. B., 8 Chapman street 

Flour and Grain. 

Green River Mill, Mill street 

Lamb J. E. 15 Davis street 

Potter W. N. & Sons, Bank row corner Olive street 

Furniture and Undertaking* 

Green A. W., Main street cor. Chapman (See adv.) 
Lyons J. L., Main street opposite Mansion House 

Grocers. 

Henry Charles, Wiley's block 
Keith Charles, Washington Hall block 
Hunter George, 7 School street 
Kellogg Dwight B. 77 Main street 
Lamb Joseph E. 15 Davis street 
Luey L. A., Mansion House block 
Partenheimer W. W. 82 Main street 
Reed C. N. 14 Federal street 
Sovereigns' Store, 49 Main street 

Gun and Lock Smiths. 

Clark W. S. 85 Main street 
Grant W. N., Newton place 
Williams George W., Newton place 

Hairdressers . 
Haley C. O. 6 School street 
Miller Frederick, Bank row 
Partenheimer P., Mansion House 
Putnam John, American House block 
Renth Philip, 79 Main street 



ORKKNKIELI) BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 83 



Hair Work. 

Eichler A. W. Miss, Pond's block 

Hardware & Cutlery. 

S. Allen's Sons, Main street corner Bank row {See adv.) 
Sheldon & Newcomb, Main street corner Court square 

Hardware Manufacturers. 

Noyes B. B. & Co. (carriage), Hope street 
Reece Bros., Wells corner Devens 
Wells Bros. & Co. (blacksmith's tools), Mill street 
Wiley & Russell, west side Green River 

Harness and Saddle Manufacturers. 

Moore Patrick, 45 Main street 
Payne S. B., Hollister's building 

Hotels. 

American House, Main street {See adv.) 

Elm House, Hagar & Squire, West Main street 

Franklin House, H. L. Barnard, Bank row 

Mansion House, G. T. C. Holden, Main st. cor. Federal 

Union House, John Mead, opposite Depot 

House Furnishing Goods. 

Yan Doom C. A. <fc Co., American House block {See adv.) 

Ice Cream and Caterer. 

Drew J. Y. 145-149 Main street {See adv.) 

Insurance Agents. 

Chapin & Williams, Main street 
Franklin Fire Insurance Co., Taylor block 
Lyons Samuel J., Sanborn's block 
Spring John F., Mansion House block 
Williams Gorham D., Taylor block 



84 GREENFIELD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Laundries, 

Champion Laundry, 32 School 

Lee Sam. 5 Davis street 

Smith Stephen, Federal street 

Troy Steam Laundry, Federal street cor. Davis (See adv.) 

Level Manufacturers. 

Stratton Brothers, School street 

Livery and Sale Stables. 

Graves & Larned, Franklin House 
Moore Oramel, 39 School street 
Nims L. & Co. opp. Mansion House 

Lumber Dealers. 

Austin T. N. & Co., Hope street (See adv.) 

Marble Works. 

Woods H., Olive street corner Hope 
Park Lorenzo (granite), Olive street 
Rankin A. A., Davis street (See adv.) 

Mason Builder. 

Shaw Charles S. 13 Chapman street (See adv.) 

Meat Markets. 

Ball & Drury, 3 School street 
Felton J. P. opposite American House 
Miller Henry L. 18 Federal street 
Perkins Asa M. 62 Wells street 
Slate W. J. 129 Main street 

Machine Jobbing, 

Wing C. near Russell & Wiley's (See adv.) 

Merchant Tailors. 

Bryant William C, Hollister's block 
Kennedy John, Pond's block 



. GREENFIELD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 85 

Millinery and Fancy Goods. 

Miller Wanda, 133 Main street 
Smith A. L. 110 Main street 
Wrisley M. Phila, 104 Main street 

Music Teachers. 

Schuster C. F., Shelbnrne road 

Sheldon Nettie W. at Lamb's music store 

Newspapers. 

Gazette and Courier, Bank row 

Good Cheer Publishing Co. at Tool Co.'s shop 

The Reformer, Bank row 

News Room and Periodicals. 

O'Hara Richard, Bank row 

Paints, Oils and Glass. 

Austin T. N. & Co., Hope street {See adv.) 

S. Allen's Sons (glass only), Main street cor. Bank row 

Miner A. G. 42 Main street {See adv.) 

Painters and Paper Hangers. 

Cranston Joel J. 6 School street 
Johnson Jerome G. (carriage), 17 Davis street 
Miner A. G. 42 Main street {See adv.) 
Smith C. L., Ames street near School 

Paper Box Maker. 

Richmond Charles, Prospect street 

Paper Hangings and Window Shades. 

Miner A. G. 42 Main street {See adv.) 

Van Doom C. A. & Co. 64 Main street {See adv.) 

Pattern Maker. 

Wing Chauncey, near Russell & Wiley's {See adv.) 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Deane A. C. 154 Main street 
Fisk Charles L. 43 Main street 



86 GREENFIELD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Fisk Charles L., Jr. 43 Main street 

Mason A. Waldo (electric), 3 Federal street 

Severance W. S. & W. L., Main street corner Wells 

Small C. H. 13 Federal street 

Stone E. L. Mrs. (homoeopathic), 104 Main street 

Walker A. C. 20 Federal street 

Womersley Thomas, 27 Chapman street 

Wrisley J. A., Arms block 

Wunsch P. 135 Main street 

Photographers . 

Davis H. J. 13 Pond's block 

Popkins B. F., Main street corner Federal (See cover) 

Pianos and Organs. 

Lamb J. H. 8 Bank row 

Piano Tuner* 

Froom J. H. at Lamb's music store 

Picture Framing. 

Koudenbush S. D., Ames street 

Planing Mills. 

Austin T. N. & Co., Hope street (See adv.) 

Plane Manufacturers. 

Greenfield Tool Co., Wells street 

Printers, Book and Job. 

Carson Walter S., Bank row 
Field & Hall, Bank row 

Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. 

Hubbard J. E. under Post Office 

Mason & McKenney, Taylor's block (See adv.) 

Whipple R. P., Wiley's block (See adv.) 

Heal Estate Dealer. 

Eddy George S. 6S Main 



GREENFIELD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 87 

Sewing Machines. 

Haskell C. C, Bank row 

Singer Mfg. Co., J. A. Kirk, agent, 80 Main street 

Shoe Manufacturers. 

Cutler, Lyons & Field, Olive street 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Diamond Soap Co. at Tool Co.'s shop 

Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces. 

Clark W. S. 85 Main street 

Hubbard J. E., under Post Office 

Mason & McKenney, Taylor block (See adv.) 

Whipple E. P., Wiley's block (See adv.) 

Wiley Oren, 22 Federal street 

Teas, Coffees and Spices. 

Drew J. V. 145-149 Main street (See adv.) 

Telephone Company. 

New England Telephone Company, Pond's block 

Trucking. 

Jackson C. B. at Hull's coal office 

Type Writer Manufacturing. 

Tilton Type Writer Co. office at F. G. Tilton & Co.'s 

Undertakers and Upholsterers. 

Green A. W., Main street corner Chapman (See adv.) 
Lyons J. L. opposite Mansion House 

Watches and Jewelry. 

Bemis J. L. (repairer), 34 Davis street 
Forbes C. P., Mansion House block 
Foster Clarence F. 84 Main street 
Hollister J. H., Hollister's block, Main street 
Richardson Harry, 66 Main street 



GREENFIELD. 



COUNTY OFFICERS, 



JUDGE OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY. 

Chester C. Conant. 

REGISTER OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY. 

Francis M. Thompson. 

SHERIFF. 

George A. Kimball. 

DEPUTY SHERIFFS. 

Chauucey Bryant, N. D. Allen, W. M. Smead, Green- 
field ; R. K. Caldwell, Northfield ; E. C. Fowler, 
Orange ; H. S. Swan, Shelburne Falls ; Charles L. Hay- 
den, South Deerfield ; H. IS. Warner, Oharlemont ; G. 
H. Johnson, Conway; Edwin Demond, Montague. 

JAILOR AND MASTER OF HOUSE OF CORRECTION. 

Nathan D. Allen. 

CLERK OF COURTS. 

Edward E. Lyman. 

COUNTY TREASURER. 

C. M. Moody. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS. 

Edwin Stratton. 



GREENFIELD DIRECTORY. 89 

COUNTY COMMISSION ERS. 

Carlos Batcheldor, Conway ; E. F. Mayo, Warwick 
Fred G. Smith, Greenfield. 

SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS. 

Charles A. Pierce, Deerfield ; Beriab W. Fay, New 
Salem. 

MASTERS IN CHANCERY. 

Samuel O. Lamb, Franklin G. Fessenden. 

TRIAL JUSTICES. 

G. D. Williams, Frederick L. Greene, Greenfield ; 
Rufus D. Chase, Orange ; E. F. Gnnn, Montague ; S. 
D. Bard well, Shelburne Falls; H. W. Billings, Con- 
way ; Charles Pomeroy, Northfield ; William S. Dana, 
Turners Falls; Silas Blake, Ashiield. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 



SELECTMEN. 

A. K. Warner, S. B. Slate, Charles Keith. 

TOWN CLERK AND TREASURER. 

F. W. Foster. 

ASSESSORS. 

C. J. Day, EL Sheldon, C. W. Leighton. 

COLLECTOR OF TAXES. 

David S. Simons. 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

Rev. P. V. Finch, J. P. Felton, F. C. Griswold. 
8 



90 GREENFIELD DIRECTORY. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

Principal, Wm. H. Whiting ; Assistants, Delia Ninas, 
Hattie Aiken. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Principal, C. Annis Bates; Assistants, E. J. Randall, 
Mary I. Adams. Drawing, Lncy W. Tibbetts ; French, 
E. G. McCoy. 

MAIN STREET SCHOOL. 

Teachers, Sarah P. Sinead, Ellen L. Forbes, Nellie A. 
Pierce, Mary E. Arms. 

UNION STREET SCHOOL. 

Teachers, Carrie A. Barber ; Alice B. Miner. 

CHAPMAN STREET SCHOOL. 

Teachers, S. J. Buck, Miss Kimball, O. A. Carpenter, 
Mattie Arms. 

OUTLYING SCHOOLS. 

No. 2. — Miss Potter. No. 6. — Miss Miner. 

No. 4.— Luke M. Smith. No. 7.— F. W. Hale. 
No. 5.— E. L. Collins. No. 8. — Miss Reynolds. 

No. 9.— John F. Griswold. 



CHURCHES. 



Second Congregational Church. — Pastor, Rev. D. 
K. Nesbit ; Deacons, W. B. Washburn, E. P. Hitchcock, 
Robert M. Snow; Church Committee, Pastor and 
Deacons; Clerk, A. M. Gleason ; Treasurer, Miss Helen 
M. Mann ; Auditors, H. K. Simons, E. P. Hitchcock ; 
Supt. of S. S., Robert M. Snow. 

Third Congregational (Unitarian) Church. — Pas- 
tor, Rev. A. A. Brooks; Parish Committee, J. W. Ste- 
vens, E. A. Hall, Anson Withey, Manley McClure, C. M. 
Moody ; Clerk, M. H. Tyler ; Treasurer, Charles Allen. 



GREENFIELD DIRECTORY. 91 

Church of the Holy Trinity (R. C). — Pastor, 
Rev. M. E. Purcell ; Asst. Pastor, Thomas J. Han ra- 
il an. 

St. James Episcopal Church. — Rector, Rev. P. Voor- 
hees Finch; Wardens, S. Phillips, Charles R.Lowell; 
Vestrymen, J. S. Grinnell, J. II. Hollister, C. C. Oonant, 
George A. Kimball, Charles Keith, C. R. Field, Charles 
Richmond ; Clerk and Treasurer, F. L. Greene ; Supt. 
of S. S., C. C. Conant ; Organist, Edward Hollister. 

Methodist Episcopal Church. — Pastor, Rev. I. G. 
Ross; Stewards, J. H. Lamb, O. M. Jones, David 
Dunell; Trustees, A. G. Miner, N. C. Butler, A. J. 
Doolittle, E. Hubbard, W. B. Gaines, Thomas White, 
J. H. Lamb ; Supt. of S. S., J. H. Lamb ; Organist, 
Miss R. E. A. Miner. 

Baptist Church. — Pastor, Rev. J. Shepardson ; 
Deacons, E. A. Parmenter, R. P. Butler, J. A. Rice ; 
Clerk, D. Parmenter; Treasurer, C. O. Graves; Supt. 
of S. S., F. L. Ingell. 

German Methodist Church. — Pastor, Rev. August 
Flamman. 

German Lutheran Church. — Pastor, Rev. Ernst 
Richter. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer, H. L. Miller ; First Assistant, Charles 
L. Smith ; Second Assistant, A. J. Doolittle ; 
Third Assistant, William A. Ames. 

Eagle Hose Co. No. 1. — Foreman, Henry J. Stearns. 

Glen Hose Co. No. 2. — Foreman, J. E. Hubbard. 

Hook and Ladder Co. — Foreman, Charles P. Pierce. 

Eagle Engine Co. — Foreman, Capt. George Pierce. 



92 GREENFIELD DIRECTORY. 



BANKS. 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREENFIELD. 

Incorporated 1821. Reorganized 1864. Capital, 
$200,000. President, W. B. Washburn ; Cashier, J. 
W. Stevens; Directors, W. B. Washburn, W. H. Allen, 
Charles R. Field, J. H. Root, S. O. Lamb, F. R. Allen, 
H F. Nash. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. 

Incorporated 1849. Reorganized 1865. Capital, 
$300,000. President, H. K. Simons ; Cashier, A. M. 
Thayer; Directors, John Sanderson, Leonard Barton, L. 
G. Barton, Charles Keith, John Keith, C. K. Simons. 
A. M. Thayer. 



THE PACKARD NATIONAL BANK. 

Incorporated 1875. Capital, $100,000. President, 
R. A. Packard; Cashier, W. G. Packard; Clerk, C. F. 
Packard. 



THE FRANKLIN SAVINGS INSTITUTION. 

Incorporated 1834. President, S. O. Lamb ; Vice- 
President, A. C. Deane ; Clerk, F. R. Allen ; Treasurer, 
W. H. Allen. 



THE GREENFIELD SAVINGS BANK. 

Incorporated 1869. President, Newell Snow; Vice- 
President, L.J. Gunn ; Secretary, Chester C. Conant; 
Treasurer, Albert M. Gleason. 



GREENFIELD DIRECTORY. 98 

FRANKLIN MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, James S. Grinnell ; Secretary, Gorham D. 
Williams ; Office, Taylor's block. 



GREENFIELD GA8 LIGHT COMPANY. 

President, Rufus Howland ; Clerk and Treasurer, 
Samuel O. Lamb ; Superintendent, James Porter ; Di 
rectors, R. Howland, W. B. Washburn, F. R. Allen, 
Henry K. Simons. 



MASONIC. 



FRANKLIN ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER. 

Officers. — M. E. H. P., Charles W. Hazelton ; E. 
K., Frank W. Foster ; E. S., Wyatt A. Fowler ; Treas., 
Charles E. Fiske ; Sec, Charles J. Day ; Chap., Fred 
G. Tilton ; C. of H., George Wilby ; P. S., Dana Ma 
lone; E. A. C, Frank E. Snow; Tyler, Romanzo S. 
Prichard ; Organist, Charles J. Day. 



TITUS STRONG COUNCIL. 

Officers. — T. I. M., George Wilby ; D. M., George 
Pierce ; P. C. of W., Charles W. Hazelton ; M. of C, 
Frank W. Williams; Treas., Charles P. Forbes; Pec, 
Marshall J. Benjamin ; C. of G., Charles E. Fiske ; C. 
of C, Henry L. Miller; Chap., Rev. Lucius Holmes; 
Sent., Horace Bnrnham ; Tyler, Romanzo S. Prichard ; 
1st K. of T., Fred G. Tilton; 2d K. of T, Robert W. 
Thompson ; 3d K. of T., Frank H. Reed. 



94 GREENFIELD DIRECTORY. 

CONNECTICUT VALLEY COMMANDERY. 

Officers. — Et. Com., Henry L. Miller ; Genl., 
George Wilby ; Gapt. G., Frank W. Williams ; Prel., 
Marvin S. Fellows ; 8. W., Robert W. Thompson ; J. 
W., Gorham D. Williams; Treas., Charles Keith; Bee, 
Frank W. Foster; 8t. B., William E. Dudley; 8w. B., 
Enrico M. Perry ; War., Dana Malone. 



REPUBLICAN LODGE. 

Officers. — W. M., Anson Withey ; .S..W., Frank 
W. Williams; J. W., Frank E. Snow; Treas., Charles 
P. Forbes ; Sec'y, John D. Bowker ; Chap., Rev. John 
F. Moors; Mar., Wyatt A. Fowler; 8. D., Dana Ma- 
lone ; J. D., Nahum S. Cutler ; S. 8., Charles S. Shaw ; 
J. 8., Arthur L. Smith ; Organist, Charles J. Day ; 
Tyler, Romanzo S. Prichard. 

CONNECTICUT VALLEY MASONIC RELIEF 
ASSOCIATION. 

Pres., Anson Withey ; Vice Pres., Edwin Baker ; 
Secy., F. G. Tilton ; Treas., C. P. Forbes. 



ODD FELLOWS. 
Pocomtock Lodge, No. 67. 
Meetings every Tuesday in Odd Fellows Hall, Court 
square. 

N. G., J. S. Foster ; V. G., F. Nelson Shaw ; Secy., 
Hopkins Wood ; Per Secy., Alfred C. Wells ; Treas., 
Manley McClure. 

Green River Encampment, No. 27. 
C. P., Charles E. Lyons ; //. P., Christian Class ; 
S. W., C. N. Reed; ,/. W., J. B. Foster; Treas., 
Edward Strecker ; Scribe, F. L. Burnham. 



GREENFIELD D1BB0T0BT. 95 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 

Greenfield Lodge, No. 505. 

Dictator, II. L. Stevens; Vice Dictator, Sumner 

Chapman; A. Dictator, C. S. Shaw; Reporter, S. I). 

Conant; F. Reporter, A. N. Hull; Treasurer, Manly 

MeClure. 



LEGION OF HONOR. 

Commonwealth Council, 1031. 

Coin., Sumner Chapman ; Vice Com., H. M. Young ; 
Orator, W. N. Grant; Sec'y, C. S. Chapman; Treas., 
F. E. Pierce; Coll., C. C. Haskell. 



TEMPLE OF HONOR. 

Olive Branch, No. 38. 

W. C. T., L. C. Strong; W. V T., Alfred Smed- 
ley; W. R., Frank Nichols; W. A. R., Louis 11. 
Stark; W. F. R., J. J. Putnam; W. T., M. S. Stan- 
nard; W. C, Frank Kelly; W. U. y Frank Perry: 
W. D. U., Chas. Wells; W. G. 9 Jas. Whittemore; 
W. S., B. C. Preble; P. W. C. T., Wm. B. Gaines. 



G. A. R. 
Edwin E. Day Post, No. 174. 

Com. , F. L. Burnham ; S. V., Christian Class ; J. 
V., Edward N. Chi Ids ; Adj., Albert S. Newton; Q. 
M.. D. D. Holden; Chop., J. F. Moors (D.D.) ; 
Surg., A. C. Walker (M. D.) ; 0. D., J. H. Nutting; 
8. M., D. F. Hamilton; Q. M. S., James A. Horton. 

Meet 1st and 3d Fridays at G. A. R. Hall. 



96 GREENFIELD DIRECTORY. 

GREENFIELD LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

Organized 1855. Number of volumes, about 7,000. 

President, John A. Aiken ; Vice President, Samuel 
O. Lamb ; Secretary, Freeman C. Griswold ; Treasurer, 
Rums H. Packard ; Trustees, William H. Allen, Rufus 
Howland, Chester C. Conant, Edward E. Lyman, 
Joseph W. Stevens. 



FREE TOWN LIBRARY. 

In Franklin Hall. Open Wednesdays and Saturdays 
from 5 to 6 and 7 to 9 P. M. Librarian, Miss Jennie 
Tyler. Number of volumes about 2,500. 



NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY. 

President, W. H. Sherwin ; Vice-President, Eddie 
Erhart ; Secretary, B. L. Taylor ; Treasurer, Charles 
Keith. 



ROLLIN P. WHIPPLE, 




Dealer in 



STOVES, 

FURNACES, RANGES, 
STEAM HEATING, 

CAST IRON SINKS, 
HOLLOW WARE, 
PUMPS, and 

LEAD PIPE. 

STEAM AND GAS FITTER, 



PLUMBER, 

GREENFIELD, MASS. 



AMERICAN HOUSE, 

GREENFIELD, MASS. 
D. S. SIMOXS, - - Proprietor. 



Telephone in Office. Sample Eooms for Commercial Travelers. 

PASSENGERS CONVEYED to and from the RAILROAD STATION free of charge. 

House heated by steam. Livery attached. 

CHARLES KEITH, 

Dealer in 

CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES. 

First-class Goods at Bottom Prices. 

BEST HAXALL AND ST. LOUIS FLOUR. 

WASHINGTON HAM,. 

Main Street, Greenfield, Mass. 



Successors to M. R. PIERCE & CO., 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 



Cooking, Parlor and Officg StovGs, 




Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, 

COPPElt 

AND 

IRON PUMPS, 

Lead Pipe, Zinc, &c. 

Tin Roofing, Guttering and Spouting, and 
all kinds of Jobbingat Reasonable Pric s. 



Sole Agents for the celebrated Lawson Bot 
Air Furnace, and Stewart Stoves. 



TAYLOR BLOCK:, 
GREENFIELD, MASS. 



S. ALLEN'S SONS, 



-DEALERS IX- 



hardware, Iron am 



l ) 



FACTORY SUPPLIES, 

WHEELS AND WHEEL STOCK, 

Carpenters', Blacksmiths' & MacMnists' Tools, & Agricultural Implements. 

MAIN STREET, COR. BANK ROW, 

GREENFIELD, MASS. 



ANSON WITHEY, 

Manufacturer of a General Variety of 

Carriages 3 Wagons and Sleighs. 




An Assortment of Light Work always on hand. 

Call and examine. Fine Ordered Work a specialty. Repairing, Repainting and 
Retrimming done promptly by first-class workmen. Adjustable Pole, Carriage 
Umbrellas, and Tops, Whip" Sockets. Shaft Tips, Anti-Rattlers, Axle Washers and 
Trimmings generally, always on hand. 

SHOP COR. SCHOOL AND AMES STREETS, GREENFIELD. 

HI. L. BELDIN, 

PRACTICAL BOOK-BINDER. 

BLANK BOOK WORK A SPECIALTY. 

Library and all Job Work 

DONE IN THE NEATEST MANNER. 

RULING, LETTERING and GILDING. 

OVER 271, 273, 275, 277 AND 279 
MAIN STREET, South Cor. of Taylor Street, 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



XDEHSTTIiSTiR.Y. 



C. P. ALLEN, 1). I). S.. 

Would respectfully inform the Inhabitants <>f Greenfield and vicinity that be has 

opened an office tor t in- practice of Dentistry In Bovey's I 'lock, where tie 

is prepared to give careful attention to all operations in Surgical 

and Mechanical Dentistry, and will endeavor to give 

satisfaction to all who may favor liini with t In i 1 

patronage, a share of which is respect- 
fully solicited. 

GREENFIELD, MASS. 

JASON L. CARLL, 



CONTRACTOR k BID 



1 

i 

1 



All kinds of Jobbing Done at Snort Notice. 

LUMBER, DOORS, SASH 
AND BLINDS, 

AND MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS FURNISHED. 

Office, Main Street, GREENFIELD, MASS. 

And Shop rear of Strecker's Block. 

M. J. BENJAMIN, 

Dealer in 

Boots, Sboes and Bobbers, 

Main, Cor, Davis Street, 
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN BOOT, 

GREENFIELD, MASS. 




ANDREW B. WALLACE. 



ALE*X. B. FORBES. 

Foebes & Wallace, 




NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSIT. 



DRY GOODS 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



FORBES & WALLACE 

Are making arrangements for Fall to show one of 
the finest stocks they ever opened. 

They have now one of the best Cloak, Shawl, 
and Suit Rooms in New England. 

They have contracted with European manufacturers to fill 
it with choice goods. 

EST-AJBIjISHiElID 1847. 












^Pfiot^cj^erpfle;! 5 ^ 



Corner Federal, 



GREENFIELD, MASS.