. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. nge,proud of the citys past and of allthat has been good and creditable inher history, and yet alive to theopportunities of the present, and reach-ing out to get a share of the prosper-ity that has of late been coming toNew London in the rapid growth ofher popula-tion and theextension ofher indus-tries. The Sav-ings BankOF New Lon-don was in-corporated inMay, 1827.There wereat this timebut threeS a V i n g sBanks in theState of Con-n e c t i c u t :The Societyfor Sav
RM2CEY7BR. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. nge,proud of the citys past and of allthat has been good and creditable inher history, and yet alive to theopportunities of the present, and reach-ing out to get a share of the prosper-ity that has of late been coming toNew London in the rapid growth ofher popula-tion and theextension ofher indus-tries. The Sav-ings BankOF New Lon-don was in-corporated inMay, 1827.There wereat this timebut threeS a V i n g sBanks in theState of Con-n e c t i c u t :The Societyfor Sav
Picturesque New London and its environs - Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century (1901)
RMGJ6EBXPicturesque New London and its environs - Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century (1901)
. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. 119 [picturesque 1Rew London, Di;. Chaules H. Lami:, veterinarysurgeon and dentist, has his office atT. B. Earles liver-a r y stable, 15Golden Street,New London. Hewas born in Mystic,August 28 th,1859. In 1885 hemoved to Groton,and began thestudy of medicineand the practice ofveterinary surgery.Subsequently hestudied under aneminent ^eterinar-ian in New YorkCity. In 1888 hecommenced actualpractice as a veter-inary surgeon anddentist. He wasin 188!t appointed. DR. CHA
RM2CEXNWN. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. 119 [picturesque 1Rew London, Di;. Chaules H. Lami:, veterinarysurgeon and dentist, has his office atT. B. Earles liver-a r y stable, 15Golden Street,New London. Hewas born in Mystic,August 28 th,1859. In 1885 hemoved to Groton,and began thestudy of medicineand the practice ofveterinary surgery.Subsequently hestudied under aneminent ^eterinar-ian in New YorkCity. In 1888 hecommenced actualpractice as a veter-inary surgeon anddentist. He wasin 188!t appointed. DR. CHA
Picturesque New London and its environs - Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century (1901)
RMGJ6EM0Picturesque New London and its environs - Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century (1901)
. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. tional telegraphic contest held atMadison Square Garden, New YorkCity, he was awarded the first prizefor rapid sending. Mr. Edney be-came connectedwith the brok-erage firm of F.A. Rogers &C o m p a n y i n1S99. and openedtheir New Lon-(1 I) n 0Ific e in.1 u n c of thatyear. This firmsleased wire sys-tem is the mostextensive of thatin operation byany similar con-c e r n in NewEngland. Theiroffices connectedliy private wiresare about fifty innumber. Thej-have also nume
RM2CEY72M. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. tional telegraphic contest held atMadison Square Garden, New YorkCity, he was awarded the first prizefor rapid sending. Mr. Edney be-came connectedwith the brok-erage firm of F.A. Rogers &C o m p a n y i n1S99. and openedtheir New Lon-(1 I) n 0Ific e in.1 u n c of thatyear. This firmsleased wire sys-tem is the mostextensive of thatin operation byany similar con-c e r n in NewEngland. Theiroffices connectedliy private wiresare about fifty innumber. Thej-have also nume
Picturesque New London and its environs - Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century (1901)
RMGJ6F0GPicturesque New London and its environs - Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century (1901)
. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. tremely fortun-ate and congratulatory. Closely identified withmanufacturing in New Lon-don are men of public spirit,energy, progressiveness andforesight. Men who areanxious to place their citjon a plane with others, whoseindustrial activity and scopehave won for them renownand wealth. And it is safeto say that most of tliem en-tertain solicitude regardingNew Londons standing as acommercially productivecommunity, as well as for the con-dition of their business and per
RM2CEY6Y4. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. tremely fortun-ate and congratulatory. Closely identified withmanufacturing in New Lon-don are men of public spirit,energy, progressiveness andforesight. Men who areanxious to place their citjon a plane with others, whoseindustrial activity and scopehave won for them renownand wealth. And it is safeto say that most of tliem en-tertain solicitude regardingNew Londons standing as acommercially productivecommunity, as well as for the con-dition of their business and per
Picturesque New London and its environs - Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century (1901)
RMGJ6ETYPicturesque New London and its environs - Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century (1901)
. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. ,and there is no record to showthat a like grant was at thattime conceded to any other thanMr. Whiting. Whales were at that datenumerous near the Connecticutcoast and off the Banks of New-foundland. As the colonies grewin capital and population, whal-ing voyages of considerablelength were made, and by 17.50the business had assumed gen-erous and profitable proportions.The War of the Revolution,however, paralyzed the industry,until, in 178.5, it was revived byspecial i
RM2CF309R. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. ,and there is no record to showthat a like grant was at thattime conceded to any other thanMr. Whiting. Whales were at that datenumerous near the Connecticutcoast and off the Banks of New-foundland. As the colonies grewin capital and population, whal-ing voyages of considerablelength were made, and by 17.50the business had assumed gen-erous and profitable proportions.The War of the Revolution,however, paralyzed the industry,until, in 178.5, it was revived byspecial i
Picturesque New London and its environs - Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century (1901)
RMGJ6E14Picturesque New London and its environs - Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century (1901)
. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. ry C. Weaver,C. D. Boss, and Captain SamuelBelden. These liouses are repre-sentatives of the better class ofNew London dwellings. To the eastward, on a command-ing eminence, is the palatial resi-dence of Mrs. Martha S. Harris,widow of the late Jonathan NewtonHarris. With its spacious grounds,sloping lawns, and beautiful con-servatories, it is one of the finestresidential estates in EasternConnecticut. Following BroadStreet westward, past the SecondCongregational Chur
RM2CEY2FK. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. ry C. Weaver,C. D. Boss, and Captain SamuelBelden. These liouses are repre-sentatives of the better class ofNew London dwellings. To the eastward, on a command-ing eminence, is the palatial resi-dence of Mrs. Martha S. Harris,widow of the late Jonathan NewtonHarris. With its spacious grounds,sloping lawns, and beautiful con-servatories, it is one of the finestresidential estates in EasternConnecticut. Following BroadStreet westward, past the SecondCongregational Chur
Picturesque New London and its environs - Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century (1901)
RMGJ6ETEPicturesque New London and its environs - Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century (1901)