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    • Marash Girls

    • Children;
    • Written on back: "7 Anna Roobyan CIV. 10 Takohee Kushbuloodyan XCVII." Detail: "TAKOHEE KUSHBOOLOODIAN is a little girl who was nine years old in 1922. She has lost her parents in the recent troubles, but was rescued by Miss Salmond and taken...
    • Alcohol Permit Paperwork from January 1929

    • The Company; Administrative Records
    • Paperwork for alcohol permits during the era of Prohibition that allowed for the manufacture of fragrance and cosmetic products, also included with this permit is a letter from Maurice Campbell, Federal Prohibition Administrator
    • Neoprene paper barrel covers

    • Uses of Synthetic Rubbers
    • These paper barrel covers are used here in an eastern chemical plant to keep materials clean and dry during temporary storage or during transport from point to point within the plant. They are made of no ordinary paper however; barrels are often...
    • Coal Mill - Site and Remains

    • Mills; Foundations;
    • "Built sometime before 1834, this building was both a sulphur and charcoal pulverizing mill. It was a large stone building valued at $3000 in 1834, and was also known as the dust mill, partly on account of the dust it created. At a later date it...
    • George R. Crook (1828-1890)

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    • Carte de visite from an album possibly assembled by Henry Algernon du Pont. Handwritten caption: "Genl. George Crook USA" George R. Crook was a career army officer who saw extensive service during the Civil War, particularly in General Philip...
    • Yester Boyajian of Marash

    • Children;
    • Detail: "YESTER BOYAJIAN, whose name means Esther, daughter of the dyer, was a Marash orphan under Miss Salmond. When Miss Salmond broke her hip and was obliged to go to England, her orphans were heart broken, not because she was leaving them, but...
    • Packing House - Site

    • Ordnance industry; Gunpowder; Foundations;
    • "This was an all-frame structure built parallel to the road, with stone buttresses at each end. It was about 70 feet long and had a rubberoid tar-paper roof. The upstream portion of the building was used for keg storage; the middle area was used...
    • Marta Yavshanlian of Marash

    • Children;
    • Written on back: "May Huston Memorial child. You have other photo." Detail: "Original May Huston Memorial orphan. MARTA YAVSHANLIAN was taken into the orphanage as a very little girl when she was called 'Wee Marta' in 1908 and she is now 14 years...
    • Graining Mill

    • Mills; Building deterioration;
    • "This graining mill was three stories high on the uphill side; top story was of frame and sheet metal; building had a low roof. The finished, grained powder was taken out on the upper level. Narrow gauge track ran across front of graining mill on...

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