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Object ID number 1992.36.003
Title South Windsor area postcards
Date 1900-1920
Scope & Content Postcard showing Boleyn's Corner, Waiting Station and Post Office, Warehouse Point, CT. 1914. Published by D.J. Flynn. Addressee is Miss Ruth Simpson, Chester, VT. Probably sent by someone in the Burnham family.

Postcard showing the Methodist Parsonage, Wapping, CT, with a man and a woman standing on the porch. Photograph by A.R. Newell.

Postcard showing the Congregational Parsonage, Wapping, CT. Photograph by A.R. Newell. This was also the VanSicklin home, Community House Road, Wapping, CT.

Postcard published by Peter E. Bossen, showing the Scantic Bridge with a trolley car, East Windsor Hill, CT. Addressee is Miss Ruth Simpson, Burnside, CT. Sender is Eunice. Postmarked 1909.

Postcard showing Theological Seminary Hall, Built 1834, Vacated 1865, East Windsor Hill, CT.

Postcard showing Union District School being built, with the former Brad Factory School building still in front of it. Published by Peter E. Bossen, photograph by R.C. Northam, South Windsor, CT. No date.

Postcard showing the Grist and Saw Mill [Podunk Mill], South Windsor, CT. No date. Name on back is Mrs. Daniel Burnham.

Postcard showing Main St, Station 39, South Windsor, CT. Dated 1911. Addressee is Mr. W? H. Simpson, Burnside, CT. Sender is G. E. S.

Postcard showing Bissell's Ferry, Windsor, CT. In continuous existence since about 1648. No date.
Collection Postcard Collection
People Bossen, Peter Elias, 1878-1962
Burnham, Mrs. Daniel
Flynn, D.J.
Newell, A.R.
Northam, R.C.
Simpson, Ruth
Subjects Mills
Postal cards
Search Terms Bissell Ferry
Boleyn's Corner, Warehouse Point, CT
Brad Factory School
Hartford Theological Seminary
Methodist Church Wapping
Podunk Mill
Scantic River Bridge
Theological Institute of Connecticut
Union District School
Wapping Community Church
Year Range from 1900
Year Range to 1920