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. 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. 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 Stock Photo
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. 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 Church, one willnote with interest its fine par-sonage, the residence of Rev. J.W. Bixler, Pastor of the cluirch.Just east of the parsonage, onBroad Street, is Mt. Vernon,the residence of Elisha Palmer,so called from its resemblance toGeneral Washingtons famousmanor house. In the immediatevicinity, also on Broad Street, arethe substantial residences of FrankL. Palmer and Walter T^earned. >Z ww > n en X o zo • z> s (- to(-1 W w :^ So z ^ c g H n O H 50 H m > o o. o y i^ P H HX> o m><aO < z o. (S)

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