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Norwich Memories

A Pictorial History of Norwich from the 1800s through the 1960s

Presented by The Bulletin
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The Bulletin is proud to be working with the Norwich Historical Society to produce this beautiful coffee-table book that captures the heritage of our city in stunning historic photographs. This unique heirloom-quality book features roughly 300 images from as far back as the 1800s up to the year 1969.

Trim Size
11 x 8.5 (in.)

Look Inside Examples only, may not reflect final product

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    A "Happy Birthday" message for a passenger on the Air France plane that crashed in Preston in 1954. From left: Ray Boenig Sr., Fr. Sullivan, singer Rudy Valle and "Lefty" Dugas.

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    Esso delivery truck in front of the Esso service station on Main Street between Chelsea Bank and post office in Norwich, 1962.

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    Sacred Heart Church fire, April 29, 1956.

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    Employees of Sears & Roebuck receive service awards in August of 1959. Store manager Al Perrault congratulates service manager Don Beaney and his staff for outstanding service. This staff won second place among 700 Sears stores from coast to coast.

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    Horse-drawn delivery wagons in the center of Norwich, circa 1913.

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    The old Sacred heart Church in Taftville, circa 1930. The church is all decked out for the 50th anniversary of St. Jean de Baptiste Society. The church was destroyed by fire on April 29, 1956.

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    A local restaurant owned by Mr. Pepin, circa 1950.