The Ives Block

Above:  The Ives Block, Present Site of the Post Office

This building, for which many years stood at the corner of Main and Broad streets, was torn down to supply a site for the present post office building. In the earlier days the Ives Block was counted a part of the famous "Rum Row."

A Typical Westfield Tobacco Field

Above:  A Typical Westfield Tobacco Field

Great River Mills

Great River Mills

Above:  This group of buildings, that stood on the north bank of the river near the bridge, was supplied with power from the river, and housed a variety of industries. The middle and oldest section was long known as Teaman's Grist Mill, and here the farmers of this section had their grain ground.

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