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HRI Rose Miles J and blacksmith shop front.jpg
Miles J. Rose (1839-1915) in wagon, taken at the blacksmith's shop near the home of Roswell O. Rowley on Maple Street (now Main Road).

Drum Makers Band.jpg
The Noble & Cooley Drum Makers Band, in the yard at 522 Main Road (the residence of Roswell Rowley).

Shown in the picture: Front Row, seated (L-R): Band Master (unidentified), Ellis Goodrich, Orville Noble, Buell Tinker, Roswell Rowley, Silas…

Rowley Julia 522 Main Rd house-4457.jpg
George King House, c. 1860, 522 Main Rd., MACRIS inv. #GRN 66. Owned by George King in 1870 then by Alexander McGray (or McCray), a blacksmith. He sold to Charles Tryon in 1889 then to Edwin Gibbons then to Roswell Rowley (1863-1944), all in 1889.…

Rowley Blacksmith Shop Henry House-4441.jpg
Blacksmith shop at 522 Main Road, two cats play in the snow. Property first operated by Alexander McGray (or McCray) in the 1880's. It was operated as a blacksmith shop by Charles A. Barnes. Later owned by Roswell Rowley. The building burned on…

Rowley Julia Roswell 522 Main Rd chickens-4455.jpg
Julia and Roswell Rowley in the back yard at 522 Main Road, with the chickens.

Rowley Roswell and Pep 522 Main Rd-4439.jpg
Pep, with Roswell Rowley at 522 Main Road, Granville, MA.
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