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Map of New London and Windham counties in Conn.

Map of New London County, Connecticut.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Groton, New London County, Connecticut

Bench and bar, New London County, Connecticut, 1899

Tying together the thousands of separate strands for a loom in the Denomah Mills, Taftville, Connecticut. Makers of rayon and cotton cloth

Children studying in a Hebrew school in Colchester, Connecticut

At a loom in the Denomah Mills, Taftville, Connecticut. Makers of cotton and rayon cloths

A game of cards in "Art's Sportsman's Tavern" on a rainy day in Colchester, Connecticut

Children playing on High Street. Norwich, Connecticut

Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Gay and their two children, dairy and poultry farmers of Groton, Connecticut. He has a twenty-three acre farm and was completely flooded out during the hurricane

Winding cotton thread in the Denomah Mills, Taftville, Connecticut. Makers of rayon and cotton cloths

Workers leaving the Denomah Mills, Taftville, Connecticut, at the end of the afternoon shift

At the Crouch family Thanksgiving Day dinner. Ledyard, Connecticut

Old house on the main street of Old Mystic, Connecticut

At the Crouch family Thanksgiving Day dinner. Ledyard, Connecticut

The "old comstock bridge," three miles West of Colchester, Connecticut on Route 16. It was repaired by the CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps)

In the "Denomah" textile mill. Taftville, Connecticut

Checking old books at the library at Colchester, Connecticut

Hurricane timber. Ledyard, Connecticut

Checking old books at the library at Colchester, Connecticut

One of the Jewish residents of Colchester, Connecticut after the services in the local synagogue

Mr. Constantino Da Nora, Italian truck farmer. Colchester Connecticut

Employees leaving the Denomah Mills in Taftville, Connecticut, at the end of the afternoon shift

Rock fences and snow in Ledyard, Connecticut

Workers in a small ladies coat factory in Colchester Connecticut (Levine & Levine ladies coats). Most of the workers live on farms nearby

Children at a county school house in Ledyard, Connecticut getting out at lunch hour

Scene from High Street. Norwich, Connecticut

In a Hebrew school in Colchester, Connecticut

Burning the autumn leaves on Broadway. Norwich, Connecticut

Two of the Crouch family boys coming home for the Thanksgiving Day dinner after a morning of hunting in the woods. Ledyard, Connecticut

Old company houses on Railroad Avenue in Occum, Connecticut

View of Norwich, Connecticut

Girl worker at the Denomah Mills, Taftville, Connecticut. Makers of rayon and cotton cloths

Preparing rayon thread at the Denomah Mills, Taftville, Connecticut. Makers of rayon and cotton cloths

In a Hebrew school. Colchester, Connecticut

Baltic, Connecticut. In the background is the Baltic cotton mill

A part of the Norwich, Connecticut riverfront

At a loom in the Denomah Mills, Taftville, Connecticut. Makers of rayon and cotton cloths

Children getting out of a parochial school in Norwich, Connecticut

In a Hebrew school. Colchester, Connecticut

Old company houses on the main street of Occum, Connecticut

Spinning cotton thread at the Denomah Mills, Taftville, Connecticut. Makers of rayon and cotton cloths

General view of the mill town of Occum, Connecticut

Children studying in a Hebrew school in Colchester, Connecticut

A square with old houses in the old fishing village of Stonington, Connecticut

Turkeys on the farm of Mr. Metzendorf, Jewish poultry farmer of Ledyard, Connecticut

Mrs. Carey and Mrs. Pheobe Watrons [i.e., Miss Phebe Watrous,] seventy-four [sic] and eighty-three years old respectively. Old residents of Ledyard, Connecticut

Two of the Crouch family boys coming home for the Thanksgiving Day dinner after a morning of hunting in the woods. Ledyard, Connecticut

Mr. Metzendorf, Jewish poultry farmer of Ledyard, Connecticut, picking turkeys to get them ready for Thanksgiving market

Company houses in Taftville, Connecticut, the "Penomah Mills." A company making rayon and other textile products is the mainstay of the town

The Thanksgiving turkey at the home of Timothy Levy Crouch. Ledyard, Connecticut

The change of shifts at Denomah Mills in Taftville, Connecticut

Mr. Metzendorf, Jewish poultry farmer of Ledyard, Connecticut, picking turkeys to get them ready for Thanksgiving market

Ledyard, Connecticut. Rural mail delivery

Pumpkin pies and Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr. Timothy Levy Crouch, a Rogerine Quaker living in Ledyard, Connecticut

View of the small mill in Gilman, Connecticut seen from route between Norwich and Colchester, Connecticut

View of Norwich, Connecticut

A square near the center of town. Norwich, Connecticut

Burning the autumn leaves on Broadway. Norwich, Connecticut

The old coal stove is used to heat schoolhouse in Colchester, Connecticut

Cars of various members of the Crouch family who have come together for the Thanksgiving dinner. Ledyard, Connecticut

During a small weekday service at the synagogue in Colchester, Connecticut

Girl worker at the Denomah Mills, Taftville, Connecticut. Makers of rayon and cotton cloths

At a loom in the Denomah Mills, Taftville, Connecticut. Makers of rayon and cotton cloths

One of the Jewish residents of Colchester, Connecticut after the services in the local synagogue

In a Hebrew school. Colchester, Connecticut

At the Crouch family on Thanksgiving Day preparing the dinner. Ledyard, Connecticut

The town of Montville, Connecticut

The family of Constantino Da Nora, Italian truck farmer in Colchester, Connecticut

A street in Baltic, Connecticut

Young girl washing windows of post office in Old Mystic, Connecticut

A square in Mystic, Connecticut, late afternoon

Some residents of Ledyard, Connecticut, receiving their mail from mail carrier at crossroads

Company houses in Taftville, Connecticut, the "Penomah Mills." A company making rayon and other textile products is the mainstay of the town

Main street of Fitchville, Connecticut

Mr. and Mrs. Constantina Da Nora, Italian farmers near Colchester, Connecticut

Company houses in Baltic, Connecticut

Railroad station and view of Norwich, Connecticut

Hurricane timber. Ledyard, Connecticut

Company houses in the mill town of Baltic, Connecticut

Hurricane timber. Ledyard, Connecticut

Burning the autumn leaves on Broadway in Norwich, Connecticut

Employees leaving the Denomah Mills in Taftville, Connecticut, at the end of the afternoon shift

View of the small mill in Gilman, Connecticut seen from route between Norwich and Colchester, Connecticut

Workers in a small ladies coat factory in Colchester Connecticut (Levine & Levine ladies coats). Most of the workers live on farms nearby

Church in square at Mystic, Connecticut

One of the many old mills that dot the country between London and Norwich, Connecticut. This one near Montville

One of the daughters of Mr. T.L. Crouch setting the table for the family on Thanksgiving Day

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Lapping, Jewish poultry and dairy farmers. They run a small farm and take in tourists during the summer. Colchester, Connecticut

A square in Mystic, Connecticut, late afternoon

Children having lunch in the schoolhouse in Ledyard, Connecticut

Church in square at Mystic, Connecticut

Mary Dralick, Polish. She works on her father's farm and also is an operator at the Levine & Levine dress and coat factory in Colchester Connecticut

Mrs. Carey and Mrs. Pheobe Watrons i.e., Miss Phebe Watrous, seventy-four sic and eighty-three years old respectively. Old residents of Ledyard, Connecticut

Spinning cotton thread at the Denomah Mills, Taftville, Connecticut. Makers of rayon and cotton cloths

In the Hebrew school of the town of Colchester, Connecticut

Mr. Stevens. Formerly a minister in Canada. Now trying to run a small farm in a submarginal area near Ledyard, Connecticut

Eastern Connecticut farmscape showing characteristic rocky land. Near Colchester, Connecticut

A square with old houses in the old fishing village of Stonington, Connecticut

In a Hebrew school. Colchester, Connecticut