The CSG Library is currently open again to the public Tuesdays thru Thursdays from 11am to 3pm by appointment only.
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The library has received the State of Connecticut COVID self-certification safety seal which means we are compliant with all safety requirements put in place to re-open safely to the public. Our library has been professionally cleaned and sanitized. Additional safety signs and floor markings to ensure proper distancing have been added as well as research area spaced out appropriately. Hand sanitizer is available and required to use.
We look forward to having our researchers back with us again and please don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions as we ease back into this re-opening.
Joseph M., Mabel L., and Joseph L. Roberts – Hartford, CT. 1915
Patrick Feeley, born in Torrington, CT in 1875. He owned a butcher shop in Thomaston, CT
James Dillon, Windsor, CT volunteer fireman 1908.
Lloyd Joseph Roberts driving Ford Model T station wagon. Probably taken at the Roberts' summer place in Marlborough, CT. mid1930s. The T's demise came when a tree fell on it during the 1938 hurricane.
Tentative identification -- Edith Erdine (Clarke) Long (1870-1958) with her daughter Edith Marie Long (1891-1918) ca. 1891. Photo by Martin, Church Street, Willimantic, Connecticut.
Frank McDermott (1909-1982) and his younger brother Paul (1912-2007) taken in Boston about 1914.
Walter (Junie) Palmer taken at Farnam Rd, Lakeville CT - mid to late 60's. From the photo collection of Peter McEachern
The Flanders family children. Photo taken in Vermont about 1892
Harry Jensen of Hartford and West Hartford (born 1892 in Bloomfield,) on his 1913 Harley Davidson in about 1916, age 24. Harry died in 1984 at the age of 92 still reminiscing about his Indian - his favorite motorcycle.
The Grogan Family. They were a prominent Hartford/West Hartford family. Date of this photo is most likely June 18, 1919 at the marriage of Thomas Grogan, center.
About 1900. Front: L-R William Southwick, Jennie (Rand) Southwick, Mary (Leining) Rand; Rear: Rudolph Rand
Jenny and Rudolph are great grandchildren of Prince/Prentiss Crosley who was a slave of LT. Governor Matthew Griswold.
Joseph & Mary (Relovsky) Dziak and their children abt 1911 likely in Collinsville, CT
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