Town and City Seals of Massachusetts: Presenting the Official Seals of Some of the Towns and Cities of Massachusetts, Together with Brief Historical Sketches and Local Anecdotes

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TOWN and CITY SEALS of MASSACHUSETTS

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Presenting

The Official Seals

of some of the Towns and Cities of

Massachusetts

together with

brief historical sketches

and local anecdotes

By

Allan Forbes

and

Ralph M. Eastman

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Printed for the

STATE STREET TRUST COMPANY

BOSTON

1950

-i-

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Foreword iii
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS ix
  • Great Seal of The Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1
  • Athol 3
  • Attleboro 5
  • Barnstable 8
  • Beverly 11
  • Brockton 13
  • Canton 16
  • Dover 22
  • Essex 24
  • Fall River 27
  • Falmouth 30
  • Fitchburg 33
  • Framingham 36
  • Gardner 39
  • Gloucester 42
  • Groton 45
  • Hamilton 47
  • Haverhill 52
  • Hingham 55
  • Holyoke 58
  • Ipswich 60
  • Lawrence 63
  • Lexington 66
  • Lowell 69
  • Manchester 72
  • Marblehead 74
  • Milton 76
  • Nantucket 79
  • New Bedford 82
  • Peabody 91
  • Peru 94
  • Pittsfield 96
  • Plymouth 99
  • Salem 102
  • Sherborn 105
  • Southbridge 108
  • Springfield 111
  • Sturbridge 115
  • Topsfield 121
  • Walpole 124
  • Wellesley 126
  • Weston 128
  • Westwood 130
  • Winchester 134
  • Winthrop 137
  • Worcester 143
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