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Shows a way of life for the farmer in the summer months. They are bringing in fresh hay.

In the late1900s, Watson Willett and his sons built the Brockton Store on Plymouth Street. They had a delivery wagon and would take you order in the morning and delivery it to you later in the day. Waston's son Arthur ran the Boston Store on…

The Packard Brothers founded a store on the land directly opposite the Town Hall. Provisions, grain for farmers, the Post Office and weighing scales made up the major part of their business. There is a coach to the right with someone inside and a…

Holmes Public Library with G. Harry Armstong's store on the right. Delivery wagon and horse beside store on the left. Getting ready to make a delivery.

Man with wagon heading onto White's Island.

Men, horses and carriages are hauling lumber in front of the Palmer Lumber Yard barn

Driver leaving Box Mill with load of shoe boxes headed to shoe factories in Brockton, Bridgewater or Middleboro. Workers can be seen in background on loading dock and another wagon waiting to be loaded.

Dubby Point is located by Silver Lake

In the late 1900's Watson H. Willett and his sons built and operated the Brockton Store located on Plymouth Street, across from the Holmes Public Library. In the early 1940's it was operated Harry Minor, Sr.

Load of sawdust in Palmer Mill Yard. Fred Timmes is behind the wagon
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