Edward C. Burnham, Jr. Davis Gabry
Paul H. Harris Darrel F. Lindsey
Raymond A. Piper John M. Raymond
Walter H. Tillotson
Hopedale in November
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Hopedale in October 2018
Hopedale in November 2017
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attack. Click here to read peoples memories of the war years in Hopedale.
As far as I know, this house on Fruit Street in Milford is the
only remaining octagon home in this vicinity. Click here to
see the three octagons that once were in Hopedale.
recommendations of the Nation and State, the cutting of the trees was decided upon. The removal of
so many trees leaves some spots more or less bare; this will be overcome by natural seeding and
planting next season. Report of the Park Commissioners, 1915
bare. Over 12,000 red and white pines have been planted and more will be set out next spring. Report
of the Park Commissioners, 1916
spring; replacing them by others so that before long the cut-over sections will have worthwhile trees
growing to replace the chestnuts which the blight caused us to remove. Report of the Park
The chestnut blight - Wikipedia
This group of trick-or treaters on our front porch amounted
to half of the number that arrived here this year.
Left - Draper plant 1954
Right - Draper plant 2018
Click here to see more on the Natick
Praying Indian Burial Ground.
When the maple in our front yard had to come down about 20 years
ago, I dug up a little one in the woods and planted it. Here it is.
Great color this year, and I'll have leaves to add to my compost pile.
Who are they? I have no idea, but I was passing by and
thought I should take some pictures. I said, "Drive-by
shooting," so the photographer shot back.
Wedding parties being photographed are a frequent site
by Hopedale Pond, so why did these folks pick the shop
for a background? It was a very windy day (November 3)
and maybe they found that location to be more protected.
Hopedale c. 1954. Click here for more aerial views.
My guess as to why the pictures were taken in front of the shop turned out to be totally wrong. I
thought it might be possible that someone who knew the bride and groom would run across the
picture here, but I didn't expect to hear from anyone the next day, if ever. However, the next day I
received the following:
My name is Dan Guerino, and I am the groom from the wedding you saw in front of the mill
yesterday (11/03/18). My wife and I are honored to be featured on your site, and we enjoyed
seeing the pictures and reading what you have written about the area. We chose to take the
photos in front of the mill because we love the old-style brick aesthetic. We took our engagement
photos there exactly one year ago today, and wanted to do the formal wedding photos the same
way. I am very much in love with architecture and imagery from the late 1800’s through the mid-
1900’s, and the mill is a beautiful representation of the Blackstone Valley during that era. Please
feel free to reach out, or keep in touch if you are so inclined. I will keep up with your site as well.
I was sent you website, I am the photographer from the wedding yesterday. Thanks for stopping
and adding to the fun. The bride and groom are Chelsea and Dan from Milford, local kids. We did
their engagement photos at the mill a year ago and the wanted to go back and bring the wedding
party, so we braved the wind and cold and had a quick shoot.
I attached the photo I got of you and one of the final images from the stop. I am a photog in
Medway, and I use that area for photos all the time. Enjoyed looking at your page. I will share it
on mine. Here is my post from the wedding: http://timricephoto.com/archives/53287
And there I am, shooting the photographer as
he's shooting me. Thanks for sending it, Tim.
BELLS FOR PEACE
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From Thursday, Nov. 8, through Monday, Nov. 12, Patriot Place in Foxborough will host the Moving
Wall, the half-sized replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. For individuals
that have not seen this monument in Washington, the Moving Wall travels across the country to
provide people an opportunity to honor the men and women who died in Vietnam.
The Moving Wall will be located in Lot 5 of Gillette Stadium. Visitors are asked to arrive via the P1
entrance and follow signage to parking lot 5. Spectators will have an opportunity to visit the wall
starting at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8, until noon on Monday, Nov. 12. The memorial is open to the
public for all hours of the day and night. Parking at Gillette Stadium and admission to visit the
Moving Wall are free.
Who is this gentleman? To find out, click
on the picture to go to a page about him.
Vandalism at Hopedale Village Cemetery? Looks like it. Doesn't
seem like that stone could have broken into three pieces by itself.
The Blackstone Gorge on November 10.
Click here to see video of it on another
high water day.
That's my uncle, Tom Malloy, in France, on the right. He had quite
an experience during the war. Click here to read about it.
Down, that caught my attention. Town historian usually. By the time i
got to it I had a few letters and came up with the answer. OLDTIMER.
Yeah, that's usually the case.