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Looking Back

A Photo Retrospective of New London County

Presented by The Day
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The Day has created a coffee-table book featuring historic images of New London County from the 1860s through 1930s. This heirloom-quality, hard-cover book captures the early days from Pawcatuck to Old Lyme. We are proud to be working with New London County Historical Society; East Lyme Historical Society; Mystic River Historical Society; Groton Public Library; Public Library of New London; Frank L. McGuire Maritime Library, Custom House Maritime Museum; Groton Historical Society; Florence Griswold Museum; Lyme Public Hall Association; and Waterford Historical Society.


You can also order by printing this order form and mailing it in to the address at the bottom of the form. 

Trim Size
11 x 8.5 (in.)

Look Inside Examples only, may not reflect final product

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    Barbecue put on by New London County Grocers and Marketmen's Association, July 29, 1934. It appears they are barbecuing pigs.

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    Young Ladies High School class of 1891.

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    Nameaug Engine Company firemen, 1800s. The fire house was on Masonic Street in New London.

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    Food preparation at the Manual Training and Industrial School of New London, October 15, 1909.

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    Ocean Beach Police, New London, early 1900s. Wilbur F. Lewis was in charge of the force.

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    The locomotive known as the "Robert Coit," at the round-house in East New London, early 1900s.