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Joseph Allen Skinner, c. 1920. He was the Treasurer and Vice President of William Skinner & Sons Silk Manufacturing Company.

Prudence Lagogue (left) and William Skinner (right) were in Hattonchatel with Belle Skinner to celebrate the christening of the belle at the city center in 1927.

Joseph Skinner traveled with his daughter Elisabeth to India in 1934. He is pictured here on an elephant.

Belle Skinner, c. 1876

Belle Skinner and her entourage travel to Hattonchatel France to celebrate the christening of the bell and reopening of the village after it was destroyed during World War I.

Joseph Allen Skinner, c. 1875

Belle Skinner, c. 1882

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.

Silk weavers taking a break at William Skinner & Sons Silk Manufacturing Company in the 1930s. Anna Sullivan, worker and union organizer, is the smallest woman in the front row.