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Standing in the road are Marie, Rose, and Antionette Wurtzbach, daughters of Frederick Wurtzbach who came from Germany to run the first wood pulp mill in America, here in Stockbridge. Stockbridge Library Museum & Archives Photography Collection 1994.783
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We Are Still Here: Indigenous Peoples of the Northeast Featuring Books and Artwork by Cheryl Savageau and Judy Dow
Visit this exhibit in the Procter Gallery at the Stockbridge Library, Museum & Archives.
LETTY COTTIN POGREBIN is an author, activist, and national public speaker.A founding editor and writer for Ms. Magazine, Pogrebin is also the author of twelve books, ten nonfiction and two novels, including the soon…
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The Stockbridge Museum & Archives holds more than 500 artifacts and almost 100 pieces of fine and graphic art and a rich archival collection of Stockbridge history.Browse the Collection