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Gallery 35 - End of an Era


Gallery 36-a - Flocken photos


Gallery 36-b - Flocken photos


Gallery 37 - Windham Bridges


Gallery 38 - Military

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Gallery 39 - Windham Center


Gallery 40 - North Windham

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Gallery 41 - South Windham

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Gallery 42 - Scotland


Gallery 43 - Isolation Hospital


Gallery 44- Ephemera


Gallery 45 - Memorabilia


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Only car ever to cross the footbridge.Pic of the Week - August 30, 2012
Local legend is that this was the only car that ever crossed the footbridge. The police were waiting on Pleasant St. After that incident, the barriers were installed. The car was parked on the side of the old Post Office on High Street. The name of the driver is not known.
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Six Cord Thread
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Bill Orange's House1938 hurricane damage to the house of Bill Orange. It was located on the southwest corner of Prospect and Walnut Sts.
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European HouseThe European House, a building that housed a hotel and several stores, occupied the corner of Main and Railroad. It was built in 1861, and partially destroyed by fire in the early 20th century. It was again hit by a fire during World War Two, and demolished. Advertised on the Railroad Street side of the building are the City Drug Store, toilet articles, and cigars and soda.
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Memorial Day, 1911 - first formations of the paradeCompany “L” of the Connecticut National Guard (first group of marchers in the photo) had marched from their Valley Street Armory down to Broad Street. At Broad Street they were joined by the Garde Florimond (second group of marchers) and the Tierney Cadets. They marched down Broad Street to Main and then up Main Street to the Town Hall. There, they were joined by twelve more groups. The parade proceeded to the Willimantic Cemetery where the graves of the veterans were decorated.
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Willimantic Silk Company TagWillimantic Silk, Inc., organized in 1928, was located on Bridge Street in one of the old Quidnick-Windham Mills buildings. In 1934 it sat idle for five months due to a wage dispute that ended in December. It ran into financial trouble again in 1938. (Photo courtesy of Stan)
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Tanner Block The Tanner block stood on the northeast corner of Main and North Streets. At the time of the photo it was home to Dorman’s Candy Shop, Miss Helen Battey’s tailor shop, D.C. Barrows Jewelry store, Sherman’s Fruit Store and James Murray’s Clothing store. The shops were located both on the Main Street and North Street sides. QVCC is now at this location.