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Turn of the century view of the library. The building is a small, clapboard Queen Anne style structure and was designed by Roswell F. Putnam of Leverett. Montague Road and Sunderland Road are dirt.

Caption on back: "North Amherst Library, built…

Photograph of people picnicking at Puffer's Pond in Amherst. Image was either taken, used, or both in the early 1980's.

Photograph of the class of Ella L. Roberts (standing in back) posed in front of the elementary school in Cushman.

John and Martha Germain standing in front of their store in the Cushman section of Amherst (now the Cushman Market and Cafe). The Germains owned the store from 1919 to 1930.

Brick schoolhouse in North Amherst which became the Amherst Survival Center.

Business sign in front of Cowls Building Supply in North Amherst.

View of the railroad crossing in Cushman with the Cushman Market in the background.

Business sign in front of Watroba's Market in North Amherst.

Sign on the peak of the building housing the Harp Irish Pub in North Amherst.

Front view of the colorful Cushman Market and Cafe in North Amherst.

East side view of the North Amherst Library from across Montague Road.

Rooster's was a popular gathering place for the North Amherst community. The business closed in September of 2007, the building was razed, and the new Amherst Survival Center building was constructed on the site.

Building in North Amherst housing Potter's Collision Repair.

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Paper mill on the Mill River in North Amherst.

View of mills in the Cushman section of North Amherst. Written on verso: "The "Forge", later the "Bunghole"; used to forge "frogs" for railroad construction; on south bank of Mill River shortly west of bridge. "
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