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Bristol Roundup – City Historian to Present Never Seen Before Images

Postcard displaying Main Street before redevelopment.

Bristol/Forestville Historian, Tom Dickau, will present the second in a series of multi-media programs utilizing an extensive collection of negatives, glass slides and other artifacts donated to the presenter.

Bristol/Forestville images (400-500 or more), many never seen before, will be utilized. Program Two will start with a brief review of the first, then go on to cover more of Moulthrop’s self-described personal life, depicted in ten years of diary recordings.

The program will also describe the industrial and educational development of our community, as seen through the lens of his camera. 

If you go:

Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at 6:30 PM 

Manross Memorial Library 
260 Central Street 
Bristol, CT 06010. 

The event is free and preregister is encouraged.

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