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Image of PC 11 - Postcard

PC 11 - Postcard

A view of the First Congregational Church, South Norwalk, with the Civil War Soldiers' Monument in front. The church was built in 1889 on West Ave., and the soldiers' monumnet was dedicated in 1900.

Image of PC 176 - Postcard

PC 176 - Postcard

A black and white view of the intersection of North Main St., West Avenue and West St. in South Norwalk. (The northern end of what was once called West St. in now Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive). This bird's eye view is looking west from a tall building (possibly the R&G Corset Factory). Visible in left center is the First Congregational Church of South Norwalk, and at the far right is the South Norwalk Baptist Church, which burned in 1936. The Civil War Soldier's Monument is on a triangular island in the intersection.

Image of PC 197 - Postcard

PC 197 - Postcard

A view of the South Norwalk Congregational Church with the Civil War Soldiers Monument, dedicated in 1900, in front of it. The message on front of card is: "15/8/05 Raining hard here. In N.Y. yesterday. Pa(?) is O.K. Uncle Fred & Aunt Emm expected to start for Sunapee Saturday morning -- wish I was -- Mama's(?) birthday today. All well. Daddy" Addressed to Miss Helen B. Quintard, Hasting's Landing, Lake Sunapee, New London, New Hampshire. Postmarked Norwalk, Conn, Aug. 15, 1905.

Image of PC 207 - Postcard

PC 207 - Postcard

A black and white view of the front of the First Congregational Church on West Avenue in South Norwalk, built 1889. In front of the church is the South Norwalk Civil War soldiers' monument, which was dedicated in 1900. Printed on the back of the card is "Published for Freese Photo Co., Norwalk, Conn., by Collotype Company, Elizabeth, N.J. and New York."

Image of PC 413 - Postcard

PC 413 - Postcard

A black and white double postcard showing a panaramic view of South Norwalk, taken from near North Water St., looking north. At the far left, with a spire, is the South Norwalk Baptist church on West Ave. Right of that, near left center, is the South Norwalk Methodist Church on West Ave. At the right of the picture are railroad tracks, a freight yard, and the Norwalk River.

Image of PC 422 - Postcard

PC 422 - Postcard

A tinted view of the Congregational Church on West Ave. in South Norwalk, with the Civil War Soldiers Monument in front. Addressed to: Cadet D. W. Bernard USNR, Hunt#1 Room 22, R.P.I., Troy, N.Y., and postmarked Norwalk, Oct. 21, 1943. The message is: "Dear David, I have been insulted. Mom wrote you that N.H.S. lost 8-0. This is not so; we lost 8-7. We still lost but after all 7 points is 7 points. See you soon. Love, Sis." .

Image of PC 543 - Postcard

PC 543 - Postcard

The caption on this postcard, "So. Norwalk Congregational Church", is incorrect. This is a colored view of the Trinity Episcopal Church on Fairfield Ave., South Norwalk, built in 1900. The spire of the South Norwalk Congregational Church to the north is just visble over the roof of the large house on the right of the picture.

Image of PC 96 - Postcard

PC 96 - Postcard

This is a colored view of the intersection of West Ave. and West St. (now called Flax Hill Rd.) in South Norwalk. The view is looking west from a tall building (possibly the R&G Corset Factory). Visible in left center is the First Congregational Church of South Norwalk, built 1889, and at the far right on West Ave. is the South Norwalk Baptist Church, which burned in 1936. The Civil War Soldier's Monument is on a triangular grassy area in the intersection.