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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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Willimantic High School Graduation ExercisesPrior to the opening of Windham High School in 1897, Willimantic had two high schools. The District One High School (Willimantic High School) which was at the southeast corner of Windham and Valley Streets), and Natchaug High School. (Photo courtesy of Stan)
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Maple Avenue looking south to St. Mary's ChurchRectory (right) and old Parish House -- both demolished
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Moison BottleWe don't know much about Joseph Moison other than he was a saloon keeper and his business was on Main Street. (Photo courtesy of Stan)
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ATCO Baseball TeamsIt's September 1916, and the teams involved in American Thread's new baseball league march down Main Street to commence the baseball season on Recreation Park.
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The Rosen Family.Pic of the Week - April 4, 2013. This picture was taken around 1915 on the corner of Mayo and Lafayette Streets. Frank and Bertha Rosen are the couple in the center of the picture. Their children (left to right) are Morris, Adele, Alice, Molly, Anna and Haskel . Among the Rosen’s business interests were the Windham Super Service Gas Station, an auto parts store and Eastern Live Poultry. Visit our Forum to read more information from a family member who saw the picture in the Chronicle. (Photo courtesy of Stan)
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Oak Street looking north from Maple AvenueLocation i.d. by Nicholas Khan. Photo courtesy of The Mill Museum. See their website at http://www.millmuseum.org/
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The back cover provides Greetings from Willimantic.