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Gallery 12 - Willimantic Fire Dept.


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Gallery 13 - RR & Trolley


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Gallery 14 - Blocks


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Gallery 15 - Neighborhoods


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Gallery 16- ATCO


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Gallery 17 - Mills


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Gallery 18 - Events


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Gallery 19 - Parades


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Gallery 19a - July 4, 1910,1911 Parades


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Gallery 20 - Yesterday-Today


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Gallery 21 - Willi- Summer '63 -a


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Gallery 22 - Willi- Summer '63 -b


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Broad, Center, Temple Streets area
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Hormisdas Dion's businessThis is 36-38 Ash St. (The two story house is still in existence.) The buildings housed the businesses of Hormisdas Dion. His extensive retail store consisted of a bakery, grocery store, meat market and he sold grain, wood and coal. At the height of his business he used 3 trucks and 5 teams for delivery of goods.
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Packard car dealership The Packard car dealership building lost its top story in the 1938 hurricane. One story still survives, though greatly remodeled.
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Carpenter and Fowler's storeThis is the Carpenter and Fowler storefront. It was located to the right of Marshall Tilden’s business block. Carpenter and Fowler later became Carpenter and Jordan and then Jordan Brothers Hardware. In 1906, the Jordan Brothers bought the Tilden Block next door and in 1916 the building was destroyed in one of Willimantic’s most spectacular fires.
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Willimantic - Summer, 1963
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Willimantic Linen Company
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Willimantic Lumber and Coal.The picture is of the Tudor-style exterior of the Willimantic Lumber and Coal Building shortly after completion around 1920.