Feb. 23, 2007
Boston to Peabody, Franklin Street, and Larrabee & Hingston Co.
History of Larrabee & Hingston Co., WWII, and Factory Equipment
Broken Equipment, Flynn Tanning, and Labor
Tanning Drums, Woodworking, and Ethnic Co-workers
Neighborhoods of Peabody and Closing of Factories
EPI Regulations, Layoffs at Larrabee, and Haiti
Trucking Companies, Hardware Stores, and The Closing of Larrabee & Hingston Co.
Tanning Drums and International Leather Factories
Skating Rink and Opening of Leatherworker's Museum
Women Leatherworkers and Foster Street Tanneries
Milwaukee Leather Show and Hampton Manufacturers
Henry Leather Co. Fire
Henry Leather Co. Fire Continued
Equipment at Larrabee & Hingston Co.
Equipment Continued and Remis Industries
Leather Equipment in Haiti
Flynn Family and Conclusion
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