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Postcards of Connecticut Restaurants, Businesses, and Landmarks
20th century
Photographer:Photographed by A. Kleban & Sons , American
Photographer:Photographed by G. Allan Brown , American
Photographer:Photographed by Unknown
Printer:Printed by Colourpicture Publishers, Inc. , American
Printer:Printed by Dexter Press, Inc. , American
Publisher:Published by G. Allan Brown Color Productions , American
Publisher:Published by Connecticut Landmarks , American
Publisher:Published by Chapin News Company , American
Publisher:Published by The Collotype Co. , American
Publisher:Published by the Color Studio , American
Publisher:Published by D & S Distributors , American
Publisher:Published by Edward P. Judd Company , American
Postcards; photomechanical prints on card
Primary Dimensions: 4 x 9in. (10.2 x 22.9cm) or smaller Sheet: 4 x 9in. (10.2 x 22.9cm) or smaller
Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Roslyn Blawie
Description: Postcards show sites related to Nathan Hale, including the Nathan Hale School House in New London, the Nathan Hale Homestead in Coventry, and the Nathan Hale Statue at Yale Univeristy. Other postcards show dining rooms in the Griswold Inn in Essex, the Last National Bank in Hartford, and the exterior of the Yankee Silversmith Inn in Wallingford. Also depicted are the Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company ("World's First Elliptical Office Building") in Hartford, American Cyanamind Company, and the Hartford Yacht Club in Fenwick. One postcard shows the Frog Hollow Honor Roll. Several postcards show shade grown tobacco fields and barns.
Inscription: On verso, lower right, in pencil, accession numbers Some postcards have messages inscribed on them in brown, black, or blue ink.
Object Number: 2007.76.1-.25
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