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1936 Mar.

Means, Oliver W.

Aftermath of the great Hartford Flood National Guardsmen and crowd (corner of Morgan and Market Streets, in front of Italian American Grocery)

Hartford (Conn.) - From a series of images of the great Connecticut River flood of 1936. Most images were possibly taken by Oliver W. Means and printed as real-photo postcards, however at least one appears to have been purchased.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1936 Mar.

Means, Oliver W.

Aftermath of the great Hartford Flood Flood waters by McAlear Shell Station (61 Wells Street)

Hartford (Conn.) - From a series of images of the great Connecticut River flood of 1936. Most images were possibly taken by Oliver W. Means and printed as real-photo postcards, however at least one appears to have been purchased.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1936 Mar.

Means, Oliver W.

Aftermath of the great Hartford Flood Pumping water out of a building with an old steam pumper (looking south on Trumbull near corner with Jewell, Bushnell Park in background)

Hartford (Conn.) - From a series of images of the great Connecticut River flood of 1936. Most images were possibly taken by Oliver W. Means and printed as real-photo postcards, however at least one appears to have been purchased.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1815 Jan. 2 – 1819 Dec. 30

Blanchard Amasa

Amasa Blanchard Day Book

Brookfield (Mass.) - The son of William and Prudence (Shumway) of Sturbridge, Mass., Amasa came to Brookfield at the age of two when his parents purchased farmland. In 1798, Amasa purchased land and built a house at the time of his marriage to Fatima Cheney, who was also originally from Sturbridge. A farmer, Amasa supplementing his income as a cabinet and chair marker, which family letters ... more

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1844 Feb.

Stone Micah 1770-1852

A memoir of the evangelic church in South Brookfield

Brookfield (Mass.) - History of the religious community in Brookfield written by the minister of the Evangelical Congregational Church in South Brookfield, from the time of his ordination in 1801 to 1844. The narrative includes the state of the community prior to the arrival of Unitarian and Universalist ideas, the rise of disaffection with Stone leading to a request for him to withdraw fr... more

Blanchard-Means Family Papers