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Willimantic Connecticut 1882
In 1882, an aerial map of Willimantic Connecticut was published by the Charles Hart Lithograph Company of New York
Willimantic, Connecticut 1909
In 1909, another aerial map of Willimantic, Connecticut was published by O. H. Bailey.
These maps featured drawings and photographs of some of the important buildings in Willimantic. Can you find some of these buildings still standing today?
Residences of Business Owners and Mill Managers
Residence of A. I. Bill 1909
Residence of Eugene Stowell Boss 1882
Residences of F. D. Jordan and W.P. Jordan 1909
Residence of Colonel William Barrows 1882
Residence of H. C. Murray 1909
Residence of Honorable E.A. Buck 1882
Residence of J. C. Tracy 1909
Residence of Honorable William C. Jillson 1882
Residence of S. G. Adams 1909
Residence of Whiting W. Hayden 344 Pleasant Street 1909
Mill Worker Neighborhoods
Willimantic Linen Company Worker Houses 1909
Temple, Broad and Center Streets 1909
The Oaks – Quercus Avenue 1909
Elmore & Shepard, Funeral Directors 60 – 62 North Street 1909
Bill’s Block and H.E. Remington & Co., Clothiers 1882
J. C. Tracy. Jeweler and Optician 688 Main Street 1909
Oscar O. Tanner Wholesale Liquor Sales 615 Main Street and 29 Union Street 1909
Turner Building, and Hotel Commercial, A. A. Burnham, Proprietor 1882
D. P. Comtois Carpets, Linoleum, Mattresses 814 Main Street 1909
J. F. Carr & Company Clothing and Furnishings 744 Main Street 1909
Brainard House, S.C. Hooker, Proprietor 1882
Boston Store, The H. C. Murray Co. Corner of Main and Church Streets 1909
Walden’s Block, Main Street 1882
Hillhouse and Taylor Lumber, Coal, Wood and Builders’ Supplies, Milk Street 1909
Homisdas Dion Assessor, Groceries, Meat Market, Bakery, Grain, Wood and Coal 36 – 38 Ash Street 1909
Willimantic Linen Company Store 1882
H. A. Bugbee Flour, Feed and Grain 870 Main Street 1909
Loomer Opera House and Boston Dry Goods Store 1882
Jordan Hardware Company 670 Main Street 1909
Frinck’s Block on Main Street 1882
Boston Furniture Store, E. F. Casey 451 – 455 Main Street 1909
The First National Bank 1882
Willimantic Savings Institute and Windham National Bank 1882
Dime Savings Bank 1882
Saint Joseph Catholic Church, Jackson Street 1882
First Congregational Church, Valley Street 1882
Saint Mary’s French Catholic Church, Valley Street 1909
The Vanderman Manufacturing Co. Iron Founders, Plumbing and Heating Tools 1909
Willimantic Linen Company Mill No. 1 1882
Willimantic Linen Company Mill No 2 1882
Willimantic Linen Company Mill No 4 1882
American Thread Company 1909
Windham Manufacturing Company 1909
Holland Manufacturing Co. 1909
Windham Silk Company North Street 1909
Hop River Warp Company, William C. Jillson, Proprietor 1882
U.S. Post Office 1909
State Normal School 1909
Windham Courthouse 1909
Willimantic High School 1909
The Model School Prospect Street 1909
Photos and sketches used in this PowerPoint excerpted from Aero view of Willimantic, Connecticut 1909. By O. H. Bailey. Willimantic, Conn., 1882 : From Blake Mountain / Wils Porter del. ; Charles Hart Lithography, N.Y.
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