Mohawk Trail Photo Gallery
Puzzling Pictures - Western Massachusetts
The second edition of the book has been published with many additions thanks
to the help from many readers. But the research continues for a future
edition and our travelling exhibits.
|Pinebirch Tavern - A restaurant with cabins "on Route 2, between
Millers Falls and Greenfield.
A Delightful place either for Dinner, Lunch or to Remain Over Night"
J. M. Logan, Proprietor.
-- anonymous postcard, circa early 1930s
Other businesses we are still trying to find:
And finally, has anyone ever heard of Peggy,
"the famous horse of the Mohawk Trail"? The linked image is from around
1920. Perhaps Charlemont?
Indian Encampment, 2 miles from downtown North Adams, late 1920's.
Could it be the same as the Indian Village of
J. R. Hillard?
Wing's White Birch Inn, 2 miles west of Greenfield, about 1920.
No picture available.
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you would like to share, please email
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