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Gallery 35 - End of an Era


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Gallery 36-a - Flocken photos


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Gallery 36-b - Flocken photos


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Gallery 37 - Windham Bridges


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Gallery 38 - Military


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Gallery 39 - Windham Center


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Gallery 40 - North Windham


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Gallery 41 - South Windham


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Gallery 42 - Scotland


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Gallery 43 - Isolation Hospital


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Gallery 44- Ephemera


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Gallery 45 - Memorabilia


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Lizee Jewelers Grand OpeningA crowd has gathered on Main Street for the grand opening of Lizee Jewelers. Rene Lizee saw the photo in “The Chronicle” and wrote: “This picture was taken on May 3, 1952. The occasion was the grand opening of Lizee Jewelers located at 696 Main St. The owner was my father, Armand J. Lizee. He moved his original store from the second floor in the same building to the ground level. Rex Restaurant occupied the space on the 1st floor prior to Lizee Jewelers. The crowd gathered in front of the store because my father was to announce the winning ticket for a grand prize offered to all customers.”
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Central Building - Corner of Union and Center StreetsPhoto courtesy of Windham Historical Society.
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Union BlockThe Union Block stood on lower Main Street, across from the entrance of Church Street. It was built in 1864 by Allen Lincoln, and demolished in 1974 during redevelopment. The block was considered to be one of the city's premier commercial buildings. The shops pictured are those of C. M. Palmer (boots and shoes), Freeman and Tracy (grocers) and J. B. Baldwin (hats and caps). The second floor of the building housed the offices of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.
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Buckingham House The Buckingham House was demolished in 1909 to make way for the new Post Office. It stood on the corner of Main and High, and is pictured here in 1907