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Hartford County

Old Farms Inn, Avon

Elm Tree Inn, Farmington

Central Street, Looking North, Forestville

Ruins of Glass Factory, Manchester

Ruins of Old Glass Works, built in 1783, So. Manchester

Teachers Hall, So. Manchester

The Old Well Restaurant, Simsbury

The New High School, Simsbury

Trolley Waiting Station, Thompsonville

St. Johephs [sic] Catholic Church, Poquonnock [pre-1907]

Poquonnock Store [pre-1907]

Velvet Mill (Cheney Bros.), Manchester

Suffield Academy, Middle Building, Suffield

Connecticut Literary Institution, Suffield

Chief Justice Oliver Ellsworth's House, Windsor
City of Hartford

State Capitol, Hartford

State Capitol, Hartford

State Office Building, Hartford

Municipal Building, Hartford

Post Office, Hartford

Washington Street, Hartford

Keney Memorial Tower, Hartford

Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch, Hartford

Old Bridge, Hartford

The Old Toll Bridge between Hartford and East Hartford, Showing Horse Car Emerging, 1890, Burned May 17, 1895 [pre-1907]

State Prison, Front Entrance, Hartford

Interior, N. Y., N. H. & H. Station, Hartford

Center Church, Hartford

Main Street, looking North from Asylum Street, Hartford

Main Street, Looking South from Asylum Street, Hartford

Hotel Bond, Hartford

The Arsenal School, Hartford

Wethersfield Ave. School, Hartford

American School for the Deaf, Hartford

Northwest School, Hartford [1911]

Capitol and Arch, Fountain in Foreground, Hartford

Souvenir of Hartford

Elizabeth Park, Hartford

The Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford

St. Joseph's Cathedral, Hartford

Freight Yards - Morgan Street - Great Flood - March 1936

Pride of Hartford

Wright's Panoramic View, Looking Northwest
New Britain

Bird's Eye View of New Britain [1907]

West Main Street, New Britain [pre-1907]

Trinity M. E. Church, New Britain [pre-1907]

Bandstand, Walnut Hill Park, New Britain

Elk's Home, New Britain

P. & F. Corbin, Main Office, New Britain

High School, Wethersfield

Congregational Church, Wethersfield

The Prison Warden's Residence, State Prison in rear, Wethersfield

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