Click here for more on the Red Shop, and
    here for more on the Ballou house.

    Army  of Volunteers? Where did that come from? Perhaps the writer of that caption was
    thinking of the Industrial Army of the Hopedale Community, but the Draper houses weren't
    maintained by volunteers. They were maintained by paid Draper workers.  Click here for more
    on the Draper homes, and here for  the Unitarian Church.

    Click here for more on Bancroft Park, and
    here to go to the South Hopedale Menu.

Click here for more on the Green Store.

Click here for more on White City.

Click here for more on the "Pest House."

    The town hall wasn't given by George A. Draper. It was a gift of his father,
    George Draper. Click here for more on the Hopedale Community, here
    for the Draper family and corporation, and here for the town hall.

    This was designed as a "walking tour," but you might want to hop
    into your car for parts of it.

                                     
Hopedale Community Walking Tour   

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