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Views of Connecticut
1920-1970
Photographer:Photographed by Unknown
Publisher:Published by A. Kleban & Sons , American
Publisher:Published by The Collotype Co. , American
Publisher:Published by American Art Post Card Co. , American
Maker:Made by Curt Teich & Co., Inc. , American
Maker:Made by Dexter Press, Inc. , American
Publisher:Published by Capitol Novelty Co. , American
Publisher:Published by John A. Carter , American
Photomechanical prints; colored printer's inks on postcards
Primary Dimensions (height x width): 3 1/2 x 5 1/2in. (8.9 x 14cm)
Credit Line: The Newman S. Hungerford Museum Fund
Description: Various view of Connecticut area towns, landmarks, and views. These include: in Woodbury, the Congregational Church, the Glebe House; in Bridgeport, the Perry Memorial Arch at Seaside Park, Central High School, Anne Hathaway Cottage, Beardsley Park; in Hartford, Hartford Public High School, Mark Twain House, Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company, a panoramic view of the city and the Connecticut River, Constitution Plaza, the rose gardens and arches in Elizabeth Park, the State Capitol Building, the Lafayette Statue, the State Library and Supreme Court Building, the Hotel Sonesta; in Canton, the Alcove Motel at Satan's Kingdom; in West Hartford, two of the Town Hall with the Statue of Noah Webster; in Stamford, the North Street Bridges; in East Hartford and Manchester, the pond and garden at Wickham Park; in Pomfret, the Wolf Den; in South Coventry, the Nathan Hale birthplace, monument, and statue. Two of the cards are composites of several different images of Connecticut and Hartford.
Inscription: On recto and verso of the cards, various labels and descriptions. On verso, a few of the cards have messages and addresses, also some postal stamps. Accession numbers inscribed in pencil.
Object Number: 2002.33.3-.30
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