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The North Association of Hartford County. To the piously and benevolently disposed within our limits. [regarding funds for support of missionaries]. Aaron Church, moderator. Done in Association, Farmington October 4, 1797.

Smith's map of Hartford County, Connecticut.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Suffield, Hartford County, Connecticut

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Warehouse Point, Hartford County, Connecticut

Bench and Bar, Hartford County, Conn., 1899

Fountain, Capitol grounds, Hartford, Conn.

Mrs. Stowe's house, Hartford

House of Mark Twain, Hartford, Conn

Mrs. Stowe's house, Hartford

House of Mark Twain, Hartford, Conn.

Fountain, Capitol grounds, Hartford, Conn

Capitol, Hartford, Conn

Capitol, Hartford, Conn.

Untitled photo, related to: painting on a barn near Thompsonville, Connecticut, along Route 5

New England hurricane. Damaged farm house garage near Hartford, Connecticut

New England hurricane. Damaged farm house garage near Hartford, Connecticut

Propellers in the rough on the floor of the Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

Propellers in the rough at the Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

Mr. Andrew Lyman, Polish FSA (Farm Security Administration) client and tobacco farmer near Windsor Locks, Connecticut

Field of tobacco and tobacco barn near Warehouse Point, Connecticut

Mills in Windsor Locks, Connecticut, manufacturing textiles and tinsel novelties

Old bicycle used as a sign for a repair shop in Thompsonville, Connecticut

Corn blowing in the wind near Suffield, Connecticut

Cylinders for Pratt and Whitney engines being painted. East Hartford, Connecticut

Textile mill on the Connecticut River at Windsor Locks, Connecticut

Mr. and Mrs. Colson and one of their children. Tobacco farmers, Suffield, Connecticut

Carpet mill in Thompsonville, Connecticut (the Biglow-Sanford Rugs and Carpets Company)

Workman on the final assembly of a Pratt and Whitney "WASP" engine. East Hartford, Connecticut

Old bicycle used as a sign for a repair shop in Thompsonville, Connecticut

A propeller at the inspection table undergoing tests for pitch and curvature. Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

Stripping tobacco on the farm of William and Martin O'Donnell. The three workers in the back are Polish hired helpers. Windsorville, Connecticut

Working on the final assembly of Pratt and Whitney Aircraft motors at the plant in East Hartford, Connecticut

Cylinders for Pratt and Whitney engines being painted. East Hartford, Connecticut

Connecticut farmer. Had just finished stacking his corn. Suffield, Connecticut

Church and civil war memorial in the town square at Thompsonville, Connecticut

Freshly-painted cylinders for aircraft engines on the floor of the plant in east Hartford, Connecticut

General view of propeller grinding and finishing operations at Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

Mr. Colson with the last tobacco brought in from the field to be hung in the barn for curing. Suffield, Connecticut

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Poleski and one of their children. Polish tobacco farmers. Enfield, Connecticut

Mill on the Connecticut River at Windsor Locks, Connecticut, manufacturing novelty yarns and tinsel products

Old workmen at Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

Monument to Capewell, the inventor of the famous horseshoe nail, in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Hartford, Connecticut

Leaves of tobacco in a field near Warehouse Point, Connecticut

Polish hired helpers stripping tobacco on the farm of William and Martin O'Donnell. Windsorville, Connecticut

Mr. Colson, tobacco farmer. Suffield, Connecticut

Propellers in the rough and propeller assembly parts on the floor of the Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

Stripping tobacco on the farm of William and Martin O'Donnell. The three workers in the back are Polish hired helpers. Windsorville, Connecticut

Aircraft motor casings at the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

Cylinders for Pratt and Whitney engines being painted. East Hartford, Connecticut

Propellers in the rough at the Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Poleski and one of their children. Polish tobacco farmers. Enfield, Connecticut

A special drill press cuts a great number of holes simultaneously in casings for engines at the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

Painting on a barn near Thompsonville along Route 5. Connecticut

General view of grinding and polishing operations on propeller parts at the Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

General view of propeller grinding and finishing operations at the Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. Connecticut

Cheese cloth covering used for "shade grown" tobacco. The stalks lying on the ground were left after the tobacco was cut. Suffield, Connecticut

A drill press in operation at the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Barber stripping tobacco in their barn. Windsorville Connecticut

General view on one of the factory floors at the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

Mr. Fred Schoenleber. Has a thirty-six acre tobacco farm near Warehouse Point, Connecticut. A crew of thirty were being employed to harvest the crop

Working on an aircraft engine casing at the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft plant in East Hartford, Connecticut

Carpet mill in Thompsonville, Connecticut (the Biglow-Sanford Rugs and Carpets Company)

Working on the assembly of a Pratt and Whitney Engine. At the plant in East Hartford, Connecticut

Polish hired helpers stripping tobacco on the farm of William and Martin O'Donnell. Windsorville, Connecticut

Propellers in the rough and propeller assembly parts on the floor of the Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

A drill press in operation at the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

New type of plating machine being used at the Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. It automatically dips the part into the proper solutions for the proper length of time. East Hartford, Connecticut

Tobacco hanging on racks in the barn. Drying at the farm of Mr. Colson. Suffield, Connecticut

Carpet mill in Thompsonville, Connecticut (the Biglow-Sanford Rugs and Carpets Company)

Leaves of tobacco in a field near Warehouse Point, Connecticut

General view of propeller grinding and finishing operations at the Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. Connecticut

Stripping tobacco on the farm of Mr. William and Mr. Martin O'Donnell. The three workers in the background are Polish hired helpers. Windsorville, Connecticut

Church and civil war memorial. Thompsonville, Connecticut

A workman on the final assembly of a Pratt and Whitney "WASP" engine. East Hartford, Connecticut

Connecticut farmer. Had just finished stacking his corn. Suffield, Connecticut

Old Polish woman hired to strip tobacco on the farm of William and Martin O'Donnell. Windsorville, Connecticut

Corn blowing in the wind near Suffield, Connecticut

Tobacco wrapped in bundles after stripping operations. Near Windsorville Connecticut

Painting the cylinders of aircraft motors at the Pratt and Whitney Plane. East Hartford, Connecticut

Tobacco barn on the farm of Mrs. Mary Smith, Polish-American tobacco farmer. Near Thompsonville, Connecticut

On this one table are all the various parts that go into the making of one Pratt and Whitney motor. East Hartford, Connecticut

Painting the cylinders of aircraft motors at the Pratt and Whitney Plane. East Hartford, Connecticut

Workman on the final assembly of a Pratt and Whitney "WASP" engine. East Hartford, Connecticut

Mill on the Connecticut River at Windsor Locks, Connecticut, manufacturing novelty yarns and tinsel products

Cheese cloth covering used for "shade grown" tobacco. The stalks lying on the ground were left after the tobacco was cut. Suffield, Connecticut

General view of grinding and polishing operations on propeller parts at the Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

Old workmen at Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

Connecticut farmer. Had just finished stacking his corn. Suffield, Connecticut

Monument to Capewell, the inventor of the famous horseshoe nail, in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Hartford, Connecticut

New type of plating machine being used at the Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. It automatically dips the part into the proper solutions for the proper lengths of time. East Hartford, Connecticut

Field of tobacco and tobacco barn near Warehouse Point, Connecticut

Old workman at the Hamilton Standard Propeller works at East Hartford, Connecticut

General view of propeller grinding and finishing operations at Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

A new wind tunnel under construction at the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Corporation as part of the expansion program. East Hartford, Connecticut

Finished propellers being given a final inspection at the Hamilton Standard Propeller Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

Church and civil war memorial in the town square at Thompsonville, Connecticut

Freshly-painted cylinders for aircraft engines on the floor of the plant in east Hartford, Connecticut

Inspection of camshafts for motors at the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Corporation. East Hartford, Connecticut

At the testing chamber for motors at the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Corporation. After the engine is set up inside the chamber the door is sealed tight and the engine run at full blast for hours on end as an engineer watches it thru the window, records its performance as indicated by the instruments on the panel. East Hartford, Connecticut

On this one table are all the various parts that go into the making of one Pratt and Whitney motor. East Hartford, Connecticut

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