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Gallery 01 - Main St.

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Gallery 02 - Main St. Postcards


Gallery 03 - Willimantic


Gallery 04 - Willi Spots


Gallery 05 - Footbridge


Gallery 06 - Postcard Series


Gallery 07 - Businesses - Pre 1930


Gallery 08 - Businesses - Post 1930


Gallery 09 - Early Scenes


Gallery 10 - Buildings


Gallery 11 - Churches - Religious


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Scotland Dam
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The Grand Army of the Republic (The G.A.R. - Civil War Veterans)This picture was taken during the 1909 reunion of the Civil War veterans of the 21st Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers (“The Gallant Old Regiment”). They met at the Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) Hall. The veterans were all members of various G.A.R. posts throughout the state. Those who came for this, their fortieth reunion, marched from the railroad station to the Grand Army of the Republic Hall. The May 16th reunion was also the anniversary of the 1864 Battle of Drury’s Bluff in which the regiment had played a prominent part. May 23, 2013 Pic of the Week.
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Unknown location - Mastrangelo's MarketPic of the week - November 18, 2011
This picture is of a Willimantic business but we're unsure of the location. Can you help us determine the location? Post your answer on the Forum.
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Saint Mary's Drum and Bugle Corps.Yvon Desautels and Ernest Laliberte correctly identified the Saint Mary’s Drum and Bugle Corps. The Rev. Roland Guilmette is in the upper right corner and Rod Vincelette is the second from left in the front with the white cap and slacks. Yvon Desautels is the first person on the right in the third row and his brother Paul Desautels is the fourth person on the left in the second row. Father Guilmette purchased the bugles with his own money and a civic organization
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The E.A. Buck buildingE. A. Buck was a dealer in Flour, Grain, Feed, Lumber, etc. The company served as millers, and contractors for all kinds of hard-wood lumber, railroad ties, etc., and did both a wholesale and retail business,. It was located at No. 89 Main Street
(Thread City team note ---this was before the renumbering of Main St. at which time it became 646 Main St), and included two mills.
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1897 ParadeThis is a photo of a parade supposedly held on Jully 4, 1897 and was taken at the corner of North and Prospect Streets. No information can be found concerning the sign on the wagon which reads, “Normal School Steps. Bids are now open for the season of 97. Secure them early”.