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D.P. Dunn Business EnvelopeDaniel "Danny" Dunn was a news dealer,and a cigar and tobacco merchant He was a member of Connecticut state house of representatives from Windham, 1903-04, 1907-12 and; mayor of Willimantic, 1911-1917.
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Map - grayscale version
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Windham Hotel Bill(Courtesy of Bill Kotrba)
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T.W. Walker Company cardIn the late 1800s, Thomas W. and Mary E. Walker ran this store as well as the "Trader's Rebate Company" at 856 Main St. By 1903, George Walker operated the "Star Thirst Parlors" in the building. His motto - "Fluid delicacies of a superior quality deftly dispensed". (Photo courtesy of Stan)
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Supreme Auto Parts Co. (Photo courtesy of Stan)
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J.J. Lonergan Billing Pad (Photo courtesy of Stan)
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Ralph's Taxi Business Card and Fee Information (Photo courtesy of Stan)
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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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Grant Jacobs Milk EnvelopeGrant A. Jacobs was a Selectman for the town of Mansfield and operated a large dairy farm there. He died in 1903. (Photo courtesy of Stan)
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J.J. Lonergan Sign (Photo courtesy of Stan)
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Rock Garden Restaurant PlacematFor many years, the Rock Garden was a popular Willimantic Restaurant. It was foreclosed on by the IRS in 1971. It reopened but again suffered foreclosure in 1972. The building was later bought by a different company and became "Caesar's Palace". That too went out of business. (Photo courtesy of Stan)
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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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Natchaug High School Reunion Prior 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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Pocket Ledger from Pakulis Farm Supply (Photo courtesy of Stan)
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Hand Drawn Map of WillimanticHand drawn map of Willimantic. We think it was done just before 1830 as the city was trying to determine the location of another bridge across the Willimantic River. If you have any information, please let us know via the Forum or e-mail "pete@threadcity.com".
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Congregational Church Bulletin (Photo courtesy of Stan)
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