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Museum of Our Industrial Heritage | Greenfield, Massachusetts, USA

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- Museum of Our Industrial Heritage

- Menu

- “THE STORY OF AMERICAN INDUSTRY AS TOLD FROM OUR OWN BACK YARD”

- Thank You – Summer Season Visitors

- Straddle and Surface Milling

- Machine Shop Bench Work

- War Time Vacation Map of Greenfield – 1943

- New Acquisition!

- Newly Discovered! Keith Paper – 1872

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- Greenfield, Massachusetts, USA

- 1941 – Demonstrates advanced skills in milling metal to precision detail.

- Learn about the use of Tap & Die hand tools in this 1942 film

- A “Deep Zoom” closeup from page 8 of the GTD Leads & Angles Newsletter July/August 1943

- This wartime Greenfield Tap & Die newsletter tells the story of our effort at home as well as the doings of our loved ones overseas. Volume 1, No. 1 was published in May of 1942 – six months after the declaration of war. Fifteen issues are now online.

- Just Added! (on April 4) New Format – Volume 2 Number 5 – September 1943

- New Film! “Reaming With Taper Hand Reamers” a World War 2 era training film on specialized machinist techniques using hand reamers.

- Feature Collection of New MOIH Database

- A “Deep Zoom” view of the vintage map

- Enjoy this new Deep Zoom view of a past landmark we just created from a 148 year old photograph!

- This 1943 film was shot entirely by the folks of the Millers Falls Tool Co. plant at “Erving Side”. It is hosted by local historians Ed Gregory and Richard Shortell. Together, they provide an excellent narrative of the technology and community surrounding this rare film.

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- Our Summer Saturdays are now closed for the 2019 season.

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- A catalog of “Little Giant” products licensed to B.B. Noyes

- Enjoy this new Deep Zoom view of the third mill at Turners Falls.

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- View a list of companies represented in our collection here

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