Sanders of the Ridgefield Press and Lynne M. Barrelle of the
Weston Historical Society have both forwarded material to
help expand the Georgetown picture collection that you all
enjoy so much.
has forwarded "Georgetown Images from the John Moore
Collection" Weston Historical Society 2002 and Jack has
allowed me to scan in photos from Redding Times issues dated
between 1955 and 1960. I cannot thank them enough as they
have taken this section to another level and I am very grateful.
photos along with Janet Tryde's photographs are a terrific
addition to the site and I hope you all enjoy them as much
as I have. To reduce download time I have created separate
sections for each.
you have pictures of Georgetown that you'd like to add to
this collection please contact Brent Colley at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 860-364-7475.I only need the photos for a week or
so to make copies of them, I will forward them right back
to you after that.
G&B School Reunion. These photos were taken at the
2008 Gilbert and Bennett School Reunion hosted by the Georgetown
Tryde's Collection. These photos include images of: Georgetown
in 1901, The first G&B School and Children, The Gilbert
Family, The Swedish Congregational Church, The Red Shop, and
the old A&P store.
Historical Society's John Moore Collection from Lynne M. Barrelle.
These photos include images of: Georgetown and Branchville
via photos and postcards collected by John Moore.
Times Collection from Jack Sanders. These photos include
images of Georgetown businesses and individuals from 1955
M. Barrelle Collection. These photos include images of
Georgetown Station, Branchville Station, Miller's Hall, the
Osborn house and maps of Georgetown.
of Gilbert & Bennett in Pictures. This section includes
the history of Gilbert and Bennett through pictures. I'll
be adding to this section as I find time.
Collection. Some photos I've gathered over the years.
Old Stone Mill, Sacred Heart Church, Church Street, The Old
Pipe Organ, Old Mill Road Dams, etc...
of Georgetown in 2002. I recently made time to take some
pictures of Georgetown and add them to a tour section to allow
visitors that no longer live in the area see the changes around
of 2007 Georgetown Day from the Redding Pilot.
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