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24 amazing old images of New Haven reveal forgotten historical treasures

24 amazing old images of New Haven, CT reveal forgotten historical treasures

Vintage Bakery Sign - Meriden, Connecticut  So loved going here with my mom to get cheap pies, bread and treats.  It's a shame that they are closed now.

Vintage Bakery Sign - Meriden, Connecticut So loved going here with my mom to get cheap pies, bread and treats. It's a shame that they are closed now.

Hubbard Park/Castle Craig Located in the Hanging Hills of Connecticut, it is a wooded, mountainous park located just north of downtown urban Meriden, Connecticut. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hubbard_Park_(Meriden,_Connecticut)

Hubbard Park (Meriden, Connecticut) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Meriden, Connecticut

I look at this picture and think of the funeral home where I said goodbye to friends and loved ones: especially my father: Wilson Alvarez.

Edith Turner, Meriden, Connecticut

CDV Photo Young Girl Name Edith Turner High Top Boots Green Meriden Connecticut

Meriden reform school 1933, Meriden Connecticut

Meriden reform school 1933, Meriden Connecticut

Colony Street From Main Street Meriden Connecticut

Colony Street From Main Street Meriden Connecticut

AN AMERICAN SILVER WATER PITCHER International Silver Co., Meriden, Connecticut, circa 1900 Marks: S (in shield), STERLING, C3040, 6 PINTS 12-1/4 inches high (31.1 cm) 48.31 troy ounces.

AN AMERICAN SILVER WATER PITCHER International Silver Co., Meriden, Connecticut, circa 1900 Marks: S (in shield), STERLING, C3040, 6 PINTS 12-1/4 inches high (31.1 cm) 48.31 troy ounces.

A Meriden Britannia Co. Parcel-Gilt Silver Martelé-Style Two-Handled Vase, Meriden, Connecticut, circa 1895 Marks: (M-eagle), STERLING, 777, 6 PTS 10-1/4 inches (26.0 cm) 54.69 troy ounces.

A Meriden Britannia Co. Parcel-Gilt Silver Martelé-Style Two-Handled Vase, Meriden, Connecticut, circa 1895 Marks: (M-eagle), STERLING, 777, 6 PTS 10-1/4 inches (26.0 cm) 54.69 troy ounces.

City Hall Meriden Connecticut

City Hall Meriden Connecticut

Handel Metal overlay and slag glass table lamp Meriden, Connecticut, early 20th century Octagonal paneled shade of overlaid with a metal grid, the apron with tree-form overlay backed by slag glass, unsigned, raised on three-socket standard with ribbed and fluted base, base marked "Handel," ht. 20 1/2, shade dia. 16 in. Handel glass was made by Philip Handel working in Meriden, Connecticut, from 1885 and in New York City from 1893 to 1933. The firm made art glass and other types...

Handel Lamp

Handel Metal overlay and slag glass table lamp Meriden, Connecticut, early 20th century Octagonal paneled shade of overlaid with a metal grid, the apron with tree-form overlay backed by slag glass, unsigned, raised on three-socket standard with ribbed and fluted base, base marked "Handel," ht. 20 1/2, shade dia. 16 in. Handel glass was made by Philip Handel working in Meriden, Connecticut, from 1885 and in New York City from 1893 to 1933. The firm made art glass and other types...