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Photo: Billy Gardner's Restaurant,Milford,Connecticut,CT,New Haven County,Piccaninny

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ASIN: B06X9ND6CX Photograph Description: Billy Gardner's restaurant, Milford, Connecticut Published: [between 1900 and 1940(?)] Summary: Five African American men with musical instruments. Subjects: African Americans--Music--1900-1940. Musical instruments--Connecticut--Milford--1900-1940. Group portraits--1900-1940. Photographic prints--1900-1940. Portrait photographs--1900-1940.

Photo: Gaylordsville Bridge,Spanning Housatonic River,New Milford,Litchfield Co,CT,8

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ASIN: B06X9BWNR8 Photograph Description: 9. VIEW OF SOUTH FACE, LOOKING SOUTH - Gaylordsville Bridge, Spanning Housatonic River at U.S. Highway 7, New Milford, Litchfield County, CT

Photo: Bridge No. 110,Metro-North Railroad,Milford,New Haven County,Connecticut,CT,8

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ASIN: B06XMYXK35 Photograph Description: 9. View Upwards Southwest, Underside, Prospect Street Span, Detail - Bridge No. 110, Spanning Wepawaug River & Prospect Street at Metro-North Railroad, Milford, New Haven County, CT :ct0461_317372p :ct0461_317372p

Photo: Lover's Leap Lenticular Bridge, New Milford, Litchfield County, Connecticut, CT . Size: 8x10

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ASIN: B06X6LYBS8 Photograph Description: Lover's Leap Lenticular Bridge, Spanning Housatonic River on Pumpkin Hill Road, New Milford, Litchfield County, CT Creator(s): Historic American Engineering Record, creator Related Names: Berlin Iron Bridge Company Date Created Published: Documentation compiled after 1968 Data Page(s): 2 Photo Caption Page(s): 1 Notes: Significance: The structure is 19 feet wide and 173 feet long. It is the most recently built lenticular through truss surviving in Connecticut, as of 1984. It has been replaced by a new bridge built several yards away. Survey number: HAER CT-17 Building structure dates: 1895 Initial Construction Building structure dates: 1984 Subjects: iron truss bridges bridge construction Civil engineering vehicular bridges Place: Connecticut -- Litchfield County --...

Photo: Bridge No. 00761,Milford,New Haven County,Connecticut,CT,HABS,Housatonic River,8

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ASIN: B06WWDX7K9 Photograph Description: 9. View from the east of north side eastern approach to traffic deck - Bridge No. 00761, Spanning Housatonic River at State Route No. 15, Milford, New Haven County, CT

Photo: Bridge No. 00761,Milford,New Haven County,Connecticut,CT,HABS,Housatonic River,6

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ASIN: B06WWDSMDV Photograph Description: 7. View to the east from the southwest abutment - Bridge No. 00761, Spanning Housatonic River at State Route No. 15, Milford, New Haven County, CT

Photo: Bridge No. 110, Metro-North Railroad, Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, CT . Size: 8x10

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ASIN: B06WVH7FRW Photograph Description: Bridge No. 110, Spanning Wepawaug River & Prospect Street at Metro-North Railroad, Milford, New Haven County, CT Creator(s): Historic American Engineering Record, creator Date Created Published: Documentation compiled after 1968 Data Page(s): 9 Photo Caption Page(s): 2 Notes: Significance: Bridge No. 110 was part of the railroad expansion program and was constructed between 1892 and 1896. Designed in 1893 by F.S. Curtis, Chief Engineer and constructed in 1894, the structure has basically maintained its integrity since its original construction. The Bridge over Wopowage River is a double span open deck parallel truss structure with a total length of 127 feet. It is important in local history for its contribution to the economic development of the region. Survey numbe...
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