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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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Governor Cross - 1934 outing at "The Oaks" in North WindhamIn the 1930’s, Windham County Democrats held semi-annual “outings” to present the upcoming "ticket". Upwards of 500 people would attend these outings. During his terms as Governor, Wilbur Cross was a regular visitor. Governor Wilbur Cross (wearing coat and tie) is speaking. To Gov. Cross’ right, in light colored pants and shirt and wearing a bowtie, is Mr. Timmins. To Mr. Timmins right is Congressman Maloney. The second man from Maloney's right is (we THINK) State Representative William M. Citron who was to go on the be elected as a Representative to the U.S. 74th and 75th Congress.