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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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"The River Path"This was known as “River Path” or “River Walk”. It was authorized by the Court of Burgesses in July 1880 and was to be a walkway from Main Street to the New London Northern railway bridge and from there to Pleasant Street. It connected to a “flight of steps from the river bank to Pleasant Street” constructed by A.R. Morrison in 1879. According to newspaper reports, it was “well patronized and appreciated by parties living in that vicinity”. It was later replaced by the footbridge.
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ATCO's 1925 Strike
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Mr. DenaultMr. Michel Denault, custodian for Saint Mary's, poses with his family.
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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
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Willimantic Post Office
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Bridge Street Jordan's 1869 stone arch bridge with the former Quidnick-Windham mill in the background.
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The Jordan Auto CompanyButch Ives correctly identified the November 21 picture as the Jordan Auto Company. It started out as Chesbro Brothers Automobiles and was bought by Jordan in 1913. The dealership occupied the building that many of us remember as Benny’s and today is home to Lots and More. Pic of the Week November 21, 2013
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