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Image from page 340 of "Fitchburg past and present" (1903)

Identifier: fitchburgpastpre00emer

Title: Fitchburg past and present

Year: 1903 (1900s)

Authors: Emerson, William A. (William Andrew), b. 1851

Subjects: Fitchburg (Mass.)

Publisher: Fitchburg, Mass. : W.A. Emerson

Contributing Library: University of California Libraries

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HARRIS CROSBY GREEN. Born in Leominster 1874. With his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John C.Green, came to Fitchburg in 1882. Graduated F. H. S. 1892. Chose artas a profession. Studied at Lowell School of Design and Cowles Artschool Boston, and Artist Artisan institute and Art Students League, N.Y.. since remaining in New York, where he has been very successful as anIllustrator. 338 MARCUS A. COOLIDGE. Born in Westminster, Mass., Oct. 6, 1865. Resided thirteen years inFitchburg. Was assistant superintendent Boston Chair Works, Ashburn-ham, and interested with his father in the manufacture of chair cane inLeominster. Past ten years engaged in organization, construction andequipping of many street railway properties in central and western Massa-chusetts, and other large construction contracts.


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