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Gallery 23 - 50s and 60s Willi


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Gallery 24 - Willi at Night


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Gallery 25 - People Parade


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Gallery 26 - People


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Gallery 27 - Groups


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Gallery 28 - Fires


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Gallery 29 - St. Mary School fire


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Gallery 30 - 1938 Hurricane


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Gallery 31 - Trade Cards


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Gallery 32 - Tinker Ted's


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Gallery 33 - Around Town


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Gallery 34 - Redevelopment


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The Nathan Hale birthplace in Coventry. Captain Hale was hung by the British as a spy in the Revolutionary War, and is famed for saying that he regretted having only one life to give for his country.
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M.A. Sullivan BottlesM.A. Sullivan was a Willimantic saloon keeper and liquor dealer. He did bottling at the Main and Union St. building and delivered liquor to "all parts of Willimantic".
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St. Mary School fireThe first check, for $200, came from the Fire Department's charity fund!!
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Willimantic - Summer, 1963(photo courtesy of Willimantic Public Library)
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Shirshac Brothers GarageThis 1960s picture shows the service station at 1068 Main Street that was operated by the Shirshac Brothers. It was originally part of the Ideal Tire Company and then became a car repair shop. By the fifties and into the mid sixties, the Shirshacs had run the garage until they moved to Jackson Street. Pic of the Week August 7, 2014
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The Nathan Hale Hotel was built in 1925, and was one of the finest hotels in eastern Connecticut. It lost its popularity after World War Two because of the advent of motor hotels, and the lack of parking spaces downtown.