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Photograph reprinted by David Doherty of the canals being built at what is now Holyoke Heritage State Park

Mountain Park. c. 1890s.

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Mountain Park, c. 1940s

Holyoke Baseball Club, 1878. C. Farrington, Manager, William Sullivan, Center Field, J.T. Lynch, Left Field, J. Lynch, Right Field, D. O'Neil, Short Stop, P. Moore, Substitute, E. Whiting, Manager, F. Snyder, Third Base, J. Driscol, Pitcher, R.…

Casino at Mountain Park

Mountain Park Rollercoaster

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Line at an amusement ride at Mountain Park

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Mountain Park ride, c. 1950s

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Mountain Park, 1905

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Carousel at Mountain Park. c. 1920s

Trolley service to Mountain Park, c. 1930.

Fun House at Mountain Park, c. 1950s

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Four color lithograph of Mt. Tom, 1266 feet above sea level and Mountain Park showing the the connecting rail system of Holyoke Street Railway Company.

"Greetings From Holyoke" trade card

Postcard print of the inside of the Skinner Memorial Chapel, a chapel attached to the Second Congregational Church, which was located on the corner of Maple and Appleton Streets.