David Atkinson - Growing up in Spindleville.
Leonard Baird - The Brae Burn, Drapers, Spartanburg, Greensboro, etc.
Joseph Bancroft - An account of his life by his daughter, Lilla Bancroft Pratt.
Sylvia Bancroft - Also by Lilla Bancroft Pratt.
& Ice, and an early Hopedale photographer. WHB, Jr. provided information about his father
and the photos.
Eva (Bresciani) Barsanti - Working at the Brae Burn Inn and other Hopedale memories.
Byrne Family Farm - A small dairy farm in the 1940s - Hartford Avenue
Kleber Campbell - Country doctor
John Cembruch - Growing up in the Seven Sisters in the 30s and 40s, working at Drapers,
the great Roosevelt prank, dealing with "the man," the union, and much more. Cembruch,
Part 2 Part 3
Hester Chilson - Hopedale resident from 1920 until her death in 2005 at the age of 100.
John Chute - White City
Mike Cyr - Working in textile mills. Vanilla Coke - Mike's memories of the drug store.
Virginia Cyr - Hopedale reporter for the Milford News.
Mort Dennett - Town clerk for many years.
Charles Dillon, Jr. - Drowned in Spindleville Pond, 1944.
Freddie Evers - Snow plowing in the old days. Highway Department superintendent
Carol Strobeck Fannelli and Priscilla Knight Elliott - Hopedale in the 1950s
Frederick FitzGerald - Draper research head killed in plane crash, 1960
Dana Francis - Aerosmith and "pre-Aerosmith."
Thomas Gaffney - Hopedale and Drapers back to the 1870s.
Robert "Zeke" Hammond - Third-generation Hopedale resident - Depression memories.
Heman Hersey - One of the last Hopedale residents to have smallpox.
Art Holmes - Hopedale in the 40s.
Bob Holmes - Hopedale in the 40s.
Dr. Verner Johnson - Office at Adin Street home in the 1950s.
Dennis Lamothe - Obituary
William Lapworth - Hopedale Elastic Fabric Company.
Dan Malloy - Memories of the 1940s and 1950s.
Ed Malloy - Henry Patricks, working in Milford, etc.
Tom Malloy - Hopedale police chief from 1943 to 1963. More, by Bill Wright.
Hermina Marcus - White City, Drapers, the war years, softball, etc.
Al Marzetta - The Maple Street neighborhood in the 1940s and 1950s.
Don McGrath - The Oak Street. Freedom Street neighborhood; horse-drawn milk wagons.
Philip and Kenneth Melin - Died in Hopedale Airport plane crash, 1972.
Charles Merrill - Hopedale in 1910.
The Midgley family - Coming to America from Keighley, Yorkshire.
Arnold Nealley - Photograper, hunter and fisherman.
Dana Newcombe - Aerosmith, the Hopedale Airport crash, and more.
Eugene Newhall - White Mountain vacation, 1910
Robert S. Phillips - Obituary
Frances Rae - Spindleville
Roy Rehbein - Also, growing up in Hopedale ... .. and Roy's "good night for a swim" story.
James Roberts - Diary entries from 1946.
Charles Roper - Inventor.
Sylvester Roper - Motorcycle inventor - Hopedale resident???
Kenneth Sanderson - Inventor at Drapers and at home.
Mary Jean Newhall Seaburg - Our Gang circuses and more.
Roberta Simmons - Spindleville.
Claude Snider - Draper executive
Anna Thwing Spaulding - Christmas in Hopedale.
Dot Stanas - Hopedale in the 30s and 40s.
John Stanas - Champion swimmer
Leola Stearns - Henry Patrick's Store
Gilbert Thompson - A founder of the National Geographic Society. and fingerprinting
Muriel (Henry) Tinkham - The Henry family farm on Dutcher Street.
Warfield family genealogy
Bill Wright - Memories of Joe Perry and the early days of Aerosmth, etc., and links to more
of Bill's memories.
World War II - the war years in Hopedale - Memories of Dot (Bell) Stanas, Muriel (Henry)
Tinkham, Liz (Gaskill) Demars, Perry and Shirley (Patinaude ) MacNevin, Phil Roberts, Dave
Atkinson, and Dan Malloy.
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