This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world, by T. S. Bronson

“T. S. Bronson, Self-portrait, 1906.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977

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“The great majority of photographs in this book are from the collection of the New Haven Colony Historical Society. But in order to give broader scope to this visual document of life in early Connecticut, other sources were used as well. These include the collection of Mrs. Edith LaFrancis (for all the striking photographs taken by George and Alvah Howes), the Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University (for selected scenes of life at early Yale)…”
-Excerpt courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977. (top) “New Haven, c. 1905, T. S. Bronson.” Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977

-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Bronson House, New Haven, 1906. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“T. S. Bronson’s mother, New Haven, 1907. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“New Haven, 1907. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“New Haven, 1902. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Center Church, New Haven Green, New Haven, 1908. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Steam calliope, New Haven, 1907. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“New Haven, 1903. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Circus grounds, New Haven, 1903. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“New Haven, 1908. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Auto show at Taft Hotel, New Haven, 1908. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Firemen, New Haven, c. 1860. -Photographer unknown.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Chestnut vendor, New Haven, 1902. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Ready for picking, Suffield, 1903. -Howes Bros.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Tobacco harvesting, Suffield, 1903. -Howes Bros.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Alumni reunion, Yale University, New Haven. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Tenth reunion class, Yale University, New Haven. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Old Campus, Yale University, 1904. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Temple Street, New Haven, 1904. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“William Howard Taft at Yale University, New Haven, 1908. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“New Haven Camera Club, New Haven, 1906. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“New Haven, 1902. -T. S. Bronson.” -Images courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“New Haven, c. 1870. -Photographer unknown.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“New Haven, c. 1890. -George Bradley.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“New Haven, c. 1860. -Photographer unknown.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
-Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Smith on repair job, Fair Haven, 1909. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“New Haven, 1909. -T. S. Bronson.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977
“Gravity railroad, New Haven, 1871. -Photographer unknown.” -Image courtesy of the Internet Archive, Kahle / Austin Foundation, “This was Connecticut: images of a vanished world,” consists chiefly of photos by T. S. Bronson and others, 1977

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