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by Patricia Trainor O'Malley
1996, Arcadia Publishing
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Through the camera's eye, readers can stroll through the old town from the bridge to the Common, east along Salem Street and west to the railroad depot. They can visit Ward Hill, the once-sleepy farming community whose transformation to a planned factory village triggered the annexation. Through both formal portraits and casual snapshots, Dr. O'Malley's collection recaptures the people, the sights, and the texture of everyday life in the town from the 1870s to the 1920s. Her affection for the area and knowledge of its history are evident in this remarkable tribute to the town and the people of Bradford.
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