Animals of Granville

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Animals of Granville

Description

Granville loves its animals!

Collection Items

Jack (Nelson Family) About 1909
Jack, the Nelson family dog. About 1909.

Pep (Rowley Family) at 522 Main Road
Pep, with Roswell Rowley at 522 Main Road, Granville, MA.

Jesse and Hannah Boulanger, 2021 Independence day Parade
Jesse and Hannah enjoying the 2021 Independence Day Parade.

A Horse Named Dolly, 1921, 1922
From the Viola Elizabeth Bettinger (1899-1983) photo album. Viola Bettinger was a teacher at the old Granville Village School during the early 1920's. Her photo album was donated to the Granville Library Historical Room. All photos in the album have…

A Granville Cow, 1921
From the Viola Elizabeth Bettinger (1899-1983) photo album. Viola Bettinger was a teacher at the old Granville Village School during the early 1920's. Her photo album was donated to the Granville Library Historical Room. All photos in the album have…

Horse and Driver on Main Road, Granville, 1980's
"Jadi" in front of 462 Main Road, driven by Roxanne (Woodger) Blaze. Photo taken some time between 1982 and 1987.. Photographer not known.

Toby Fillion, April 2020
Toby, the Fillion family dog enjoying the sun. 19 April 2020. Toby is Granville's #1 dog and has the license tag to prove it.

Ed Pratt and Jack, Independence Day, Granville, Massachusetts
Ed Pratt with the "Little Wells Fargo" and his donkey Jack, on Independence Day in front of the Granville Village School. Photo courtesy of Marion Pratt Riensma, Believed to have been taken in the mid to late 1950's.

The background of this photo…

Bertha (Barnes) Hunt, Laddie, Sheep and Kids
Two photos provided by Jacky Wackerbarth Arnold on National Pet Day (April 11, 2020), both taken at Bertha Hunt's home (now the Gran-Val Scoop).

Jacky shared the following descriptions:

First Photo: "This is a picture of me and Bertha Hunt ,…

Carson, Sophie and Phineas
Carson, the current "James Cooley Law Office" dog in residence doing his part to eradicate the COVID-19 pandemic for Martha LaCrosse and Jim Reid.
Sophie and Phineas, Carson's predecessors (Owens family)

Main Road Traffic Jam, 2019
Betty (white), Leo (brown), and Wilma (gray) headed for the hills. May 10, 2019.
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