St. Edmund's Novitiate, Enders Island
Title:
St. Edmund's Novitiate, Enders Island
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
This is a training site for Edmundite Fathers and Brothers who are active in teaching, the home and foreign mission, youth and parish work. Established in the United States, Canada, France, England and Latin America.


St Patrick's Church
Title:
St Patrick's Church
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused



Union Baptist Church
Title:
Union Baptist Church
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused


Congregational Church and Civil War Monument
Title:
Congregational Church and Civil War Monument
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused



Old Mistick Village
Title:
Old Mistick Village
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Continental Chrome unused


California Sea Lion, Mystic Marinelife Aquarium
Title:
California Sea Lion, Mystic Marinelife Aquarium
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Precise balancing and coordination is only part of the Sea Lion repertoire when they and the Dolphins perform every hour - and they are only part of more than 2000 specimens in imaginative, informative exhibitions. The Aquarium is open year-round.



"Clearing" by Harve Stein
Title:
"Clearing" by Harve Stein
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen unused

Description:
Mystic Art Association


Mystic Motor Inn
Title:
Mystic Motor Inn
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
At the Junction of Routes 1 & 27.



Episcopal Church & High School.
Title:
Episcopal Church & High School.
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jun-12

Description:
American News Company


Union Baptist Church
Title:
Union Baptist Church
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Industrial Place
Title:
Industrial Place
Mystic Connecticut (CT), White Border unused

Description:
Morris Berman


St. Patrick's R.C. Church
Title:
St. Patrick's R.C. Church
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome



Street View of Catholic Church
Title:
Street View of Catholic Church
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused


Old Dennison Burying Ground, Over 200 Years Old
Title:
Old Dennison Burying Ground, Over 200 Years Old
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back PM Jul-8



View of Holmes Street
Title:
View of Holmes Street
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back unused


Catholic Church
Title:
Catholic Church
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back PM Aug-26



Soldiers Monument, Monument Square
Title:
Soldiers Monument, Monument Square
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back PM 1909 Jul-22

Description:
American News Company


Soldiers' Monument
Title:
Soldiers' Monument
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back unused



"Joseph Conrad" and "Charles W Morgan"
Title:
"Joseph Conrad" and "Charles W Morgan"
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen PM 1949 Sep-01


Seaport Motor Inn
Title:
Seaport Motor Inn
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Route 95, Seaport Exit, Route 27. Phone: 536-2621 Area code 203. Overlooking scenic Mystic River, two miles from picturesque Long Island Sound - swimming pool - air conditioning - electric heat - TV. Dexter Press, Inc.



Mystic River
Title:
Mystic River
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back PM 1911 Jun-29


Mystic River Marina
Title:
Mystic River Marina
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Enjoy "pleasure-plus" in this rural setting between the open Sound and Mystic Seaport, below all bridges. Completely equipped deep-water docks. Reserved parking, showers, lockers, laundry, promenade, fireplace lounge. Cruiser and accessories showroom with coffee shop adjacent. Complete yacht brokerage and charter service. Visit the "Buoy 23" Restaurant.



Mallory and Wendell Buildings, Historic Chain Cable and Cannon in the Yard
Title:
Mallory and Wendell Buildings, Historic Chain Cable and Cannon in the Yard
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen PM 1950 Sep-07

Description:
Museum of Marine Historical Association, Inc., Mystic Seaport, Mystic, Connecticut


Soldiers Monument, Monument Square
Title:
Soldiers Monument, Monument Square
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back PM 1908 Jun-27



Seaport Motor Inn
Title:
Seaport Motor Inn
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Interstate 95, Seaport Exit, Route 27. Tel. (203) 536-2621. On a hillside quietly located overlooking scenic Mystic River, one quarter mile from famous historic Mystic Seaport Museum. (Open all year) Swimming pool, air conditioning, electric heat, TV


Seaport Motor Inn
Title:
Seaport Motor Inn
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
B. L. Gordon Route 95, Route 27, Seaport Exit Phone: 536-2621 Area Code 203 Overlooking scenic Mystic River, two miles from picturesque Long Island Sound - swimming pool - air conditioning - electric heat - TV



Gingham Gate, Inc
Title:
Gingham Gate, Inc
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Fabrics - Yarns - Art Needlework


The Emporium
Title:
The Emporium
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
15 Water Street



Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge, Mystic Seaport
Title:
Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge, Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused


Seaport Motor Inn
Title:
Seaport Motor Inn
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Route 95, Seaport Exit, Route 27



Mystic Seaport - Maritime Museum
Title:
Mystic Seaport - Maritime Museum
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused


Aerial View of Mystic Town
Title:
Aerial View of Mystic Town
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Aerial view of Mystic Town, the Drawbridge across the Mystic River and the Seaport seen at upper right



View of West Main Street
Title:
View of West Main Street
Mystic Connecticut (CT), White Border PM 1937 Jun-15


Aerial View of Town
Title:
Aerial View of Town
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen PM 1952 Jun-4



Beeches Buoy Drill - Mystic Seaport _ Mystic, Connecticut
Title:
Beeches Buoy Drill - Mystic Seaport _ Mystic, Connecticut
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Beeches buoy drill, one of the traditional rescue techniques of America's first coast guardsmen, was practiced daily a hundred years ago - on America's most desolate beaches and near her greatest seaports. This exciting event is recreated daily during the summer months at Mystic Seaport


Old Mystic Motor Lodge
Title:
Old Mystic Motor Lodge
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Continental Chrome unused



Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Mystic Seaport, on the Mystic River is a living museum of American Maritime history. Visitors can savor life as lived by nineteenth century mariners, craftsmen and their families. The Charles W. Morgan, last of the great wooden whaleships, is on exhibit with other vessels. The aerial photograph shows most of the Seaport, a leading New England tourist attraction Dexter Press


The Emporium
Title:
The Emporium
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
15 Water Street, on Road to Noank Colourpicture



Mystic Marinelife Aquarium
Title:
Mystic Marinelife Aquarium
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
At the interchange of I-95 and Rt.27. A bold habitat of over 2000 aquatic organisms including dolphins, sharks and electric eels


Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Interior of the General Store Dormand Post Card



Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome PM 1972 Sep-12

Description:
A 19th Century coastal village recreated at Mystic, Connecticut. Edging the waterfront, the buildings that occupy Seaport Street command the best view of the bustle of dockside activity. Most are old buildings which have been moved to their present locations to recreate a seaport of the mid-1800's


Elm Street
Title:
Elm Street
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Sep-21



Old Mistick Village
Title:
Old Mistick Village
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Just off highway I-95, is a unique complex of forty-six specialty shops designed to contribute to the sense of a New England village of about 1720. Here one can enjoy shopping, or rest on one of the benches beside a small brook and pond with a waterwheel


Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
A 19th Century Coastal Village recreated at Mystic, Connecticut. Worn benches on the amply shaded front porch give proof that Schaefer's Spouter Tavern still provides comfort and shelter to the traveler



Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome PM 1964 Jun-12

Description:
A 19th Century Coastal Village recreated at Mystic, Connecticut The Fishtown Chapel, built about 1870, stood for 70 years in Fishtown, a settlement a few miles west of Mystic


Old Mystic Motor Lodge, Int. 95 & Rte. 27
Title:
Old Mystic Motor Lodge, Int. 95 & Rte. 27
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome PM Jun-24

Description:
Central Air Conditioning. Individually Controlled Heat and TV in every room. Tub and Tiled Showers. Wall to Wall Carpets. 10 mi. radius includes New London, Ocean Beach, Coast Guard AC, Sub Base, Connecticut College, Westerly, R. I. Howard Johnson's Restaurant Next Door. (Stop also at Norwich Motel, Tel. 889-2671 and Waterbury Motor Inn, 756-7925)



Marine Historical Sass's Bldg
Title:
Marine Historical Sass's Bldg
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen unused


Congregational Church And Civil War Monument
Title:
Congregational Church And Civil War Monument
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen PM 1947 Aug-22

Description:
Series 20703



View Of Bridge Mystic River
Title:
View Of Bridge Mystic River
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen PM 1945 Aug-30

Description:
Series 20702


Mystic Seaport A Living Maritime Museum
Title:
Mystic Seaport A Living Maritime Museum
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
The Mallory Sail Loft and Plymouth Cordage Company Rope Walk provide equally important information on industries of the age of sail



Mystic Seaport Interior Of The General Store
Title:
Mystic Seaport Interior Of The General Store
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome PM 1960 Jul-19


Seaport Motor Inn, Rte. 27
Title:
Seaport Motor Inn, Rte. 27
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome PM 1979

Description:
On as hillside overlooking scenic Mystic River Olde Mistick Village and Mystic Marine in Aquarium. 1/4 mile from famous historic Mystic Seaport Museum. Open all year, Swimming pool, A.C. Color T.V, Seafarer Restaurant and Captains Lounge.



Fishtown Chapel, Mystic Seaport
Title:
Fishtown Chapel, Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
In such small bethels as this our early seamen received and renewed the faith that carried them through many perilous hardships on long, wearisome voyages. This chapel, brought to Mystic in 1949, was built circa 1870, and is still in use at Mystic Seaport during the summer season, when vesper services are held every Sunday.


The Seaport Street, Mystic Seaport
Title:
The Seaport Street, Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
A typical old seaport village is being erected along this cobbled street. When finished, it will be complete with all the shops and lofts in which our seafaring forebears lived and worked. In the foreground is the old Counting House, and Plymouth Cordage Company's Ropewalk in the distance. To the right is the schooner "Australia," reputed to have been captured from the British in the War of 1812.



Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
A 19th Century Coastal Village Mystic Seaport at The Turn of The Lane. General Store-Little Red School House - Fishtown Chapel - Buckingham House are features of the Seaport's reconstructed Seafaring Community


Mystic Seaport, 19th Century Coastal Village
Title:
Mystic Seaport, 19th Century Coastal Village
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Mystic Seaport at the Turn of the lane. The Buckingham House at the left and the Schaefer Tavern on the right, Fishtown Chapel, the little Red Schoolhouse, and the General Store are features of the Seaport's reconstructed seafaring community.



The Noank Memorial Library
Title:
The Noank Memorial Library
Mystic Connecticut (CT), White Border PM Apr-15


Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused



The Museum Yard, Mystic Seaport
Title:
The Museum Yard, Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Showing a group of marine Museum buildings. Left to right: the Mallory Building, Wendell Building, and the Stillman Building, all containing a vast collection of historical material relating to ships and the sea. In the center of the Yard is the sandbagger racing sloop "Annie," one of the fastest sailing yachts of all time.


Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused



Mystic County Club
Title:
Mystic County Club
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back PM 1911 Jul-14


Mystic Art Gallery
Title:
Mystic Art Gallery
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Mystic Art Association



Historic Denison Homestead In Mystic
Title:
Historic Denison Homestead In Mystic
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1717


Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Interior of the General Store



Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome PM 1965 Aug-19

Description:
A living Maritime Museum. Bedecked with flags every holiday, the Charles W. Morgan, last of the wooden whalers, is the primary exhibit at mystic Seaport.


Union Baptist Church
Title:
Union Baptist Church
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused



Waterwheel, Mistocl Village
Title:
Waterwheel, Mistocl Village
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused


Civil War Monument And Congregational Church
Title:
Civil War Monument And Congregational Church
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
The Mystic, Ct. Civil War Monument and congregational Church. The monument was the gift of Mrs. Charles H. Mallory. Inscribed on its base are the names: Antietam, Gettysburg, Drury's Bluff, and Port Hudson.



Mystic River Marina
Title:
Mystic River Marina
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Enjoy "pleasure-plus" in this rural setting between the Open Sound and Mystic Seaport, below all bridges. Completely equipped deepwater docks. Reserved parking, showers, lockers, laundry, promenade, fireplace lounge. Cruiser and accessories showroom with coffee shop adjacent. complete yacht brokerage and charter service. Visit the "Buoy 23" Restaurant.


Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
A living maritime Museum. The Charles W. Morgan, launched in New Bedford in 1841, sailed more miles and took more whales than any other wooden whaleship of record. She is now afloat at Chubb's Wharf, Mystic Seaport. This vessel, the last U. S. Wooden whaleship afloat, is a national historic landmark.



View Of Union Baptist Church
Title:
View Of Union Baptist Church
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
View of Union Baptist Church on Baptist Hill, Mystic, Ct. The new steeple was attached in 1969 to replace an earlier one lost in the 1938 Hurricane.


Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused



Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
A 19th Century Coastal Village recreated at Mystic, Connecticut. Eagle figurehead was originally on the German Navy's Square-rigged bark Horst Wessel which is now the U. S. Coast Guard training ship Eagle.


Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
The Mallory Sail Loft and Plymouth Cordage Company Rope Walk Provide equally important information on industries of the age of sail



The Drawbridge Across The Mystic River
Title:
The Drawbridge Across The Mystic River
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused


Mystic Marinelife Aquarium, Ft. 27
Title:
Mystic Marinelife Aquarium, Ft. 27
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
A bold habitat of over 2000 aquatic organisms at Mystic, Connecticut including: dolphins, sharks and electric eels.



Water Front East Side
Title:
Water Front East Side
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-17


The Mystic Club
Title:
The Mystic Club
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back unused



Mystic And Noank Library
Title:
Mystic And Noank Library
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Main Street Bridge
Title:
Main Street Bridge
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Methodist Church
Title:
Methodist Church
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Mar-17


West Bank Mystic River
Title:
West Bank Mystic River
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Olde Mistick Village
Title:
Olde Mistick Village
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Olde Mistick Village is at the Mystic Exit of Interstate 1-95. It is less than one mile from the Mystic Seaport and adjacent to Mystic Marine Aquarium


Museum Of Marine Historical Association Inc.
Title:
Museum Of Marine Historical Association Inc.
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen unused

Description:
Part of whaling collection stillman building



Museum Of Marine Historical Association Inc.
Title:
Museum Of Marine Historical Association Inc.
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen unused

Description:
Jolly Boat of the Torpedoed "Anglo Saxon" in 1940 she made the longest castaway voyage then known - 70 days. 2600 miles Mystic Seaport. Mystic. Conn.


North Building Housing The Old Rigging Loft, Mystic Seaport
Title:
North Building Housing The Old Rigging Loft, Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen unused



Museum Of Marine Historical Association Inc.,, Mystic Seaport
Title:
Museum Of Marine Historical Association Inc.,, Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen unused

Description:
Binnacle Used on Three Victorious America's cup defenders Mallory Building. Mystic Seaport. Mystic. Conn


Museum Of Marine Historical Association Inc.,, Mystic Seaport
Title:
Museum Of Marine Historical Association Inc.,, Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen unused

Description:
Early 19th Century figurehead from the ship "Columbia" Mystic Seaport, Mystic, Conn.



Museum Of Marine Historical Association Inc.,, Mystic Seaport
Title:
Museum Of Marine Historical Association Inc.,, Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen unused

Description:
Jolly Boat of the Torpedoed "Anglo Saxon" in 1940 she made the longest castaway voyage then known - 70 days. 2600 miles Mystic Seaport. Mystic. Conn.


Museum Of Marine Historical Association Inc.,, Mystic Seaport
Title:
Museum Of Marine Historical Association Inc.,, Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen unused

Description:
Group of Buildings surrounding the yard as seen from the old seaport street, Mystic Seaport, Mystic. Conn.



Fishtown Chapel, Mystic Seaport
Title:
Fishtown Chapel, Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
In such small bethels as this our early seamen received and renewed the faith that carried them through many perilous hardships on long, wearisome voyages. This chapel, brought to Mystic in 1949, was built circa 1870, and is still in use at Mystic Seaport during the summer season, when vesper services are held every Sunday.


Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused



Capt. Asgood Gilbert's Lighter
Title:
Capt. Asgood Gilbert's Lighter
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back PM 1917 Oct-23


Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
A 19TH CENTURY COASTAL VILLAGE RECREATED. SCHAEFER'S SPOUTER TAVERN AND THE CHARLES W. MORGAN THE TAVERN, LOCATED AT THE HEAD OF THE SEAPORT STREET, SERVED AS INN, ORDINARY AND LODGE HALL FOR THE COMMUNITY. IN THE BACKGROUND, THE CHARLES W. MORGAN LAST OF THE WOODEN WHALESHIP, IS SEEN AT HER BERTH.



The Meseum Yard, Mystic Seaport
Title:
The Meseum Yard, Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
SHOWING THE STILLMAN BUILDING AND THE OLD SANDBAGGER RACING SLOOP ANNIE. SEEN HERE ARE THE FIRST OF MANY FASCINATING INDOORVAND OUTDOOR EXHIBITS OF ANCIENT WHALLING DAYS SHICH CONFRONT THE VISITOR TO THE RECONSTRUCTED WHAILING VILLAGE AT MYSTIC SEAPORT


Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
A 19th CENTURY COASTAL VILLAGE RECREATED AT MYSTIC CONNECTICUT ADMIRAL DONALD MAcMILLAN'S ARCTIC EXPLORATION SHIP "BOWDOIN" DRYING HER SAILS AT HER PERMANENT MYSTIC SEAPORT BERTH.



A Living Maritime Museum
Title:
A Living Maritime Museum
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
MYSTIC SEAPORT A LIVING MARITIME MUSEUM. EVIDENCE OF THE GRACIOUS LIVING OF AN EARLIER DAY AND WARM HOSPITALITY COMBINE TO MAKE THE BUCKINGHAM HOUSE A FAVORITE AMONG VISITORS AT MYSTIC SEAPORT.


Mystic Seaport, A Living Maritime Museum
Title:
Mystic Seaport, A Living Maritime Museum
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
SERENE SIMPLICITY PERSONIFIES THE TINY FISHTOWN CHAPEL SURROUNDED BY WROUGHT IRON FENCES, OLD GRAVESTONES AND LIVING OLD FASHIONED SHRUBBERY



Ferryboat "Brinckerhoff", Mystic Seaport
Title:
Ferryboat "Brinckerhoff", Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the last of the "walking-beam sidewheelers". Built in 1899, she ran from Poughkeepsie to Highland on the Hudson River until 1942. She was then transfarred to Bridgeport, Conn., where she was used as an excursion boat until 1949. Exemplities on almo


Mystic Seaport A Living Maritime Museum
Title:
Mystic Seaport A Living Maritime Museum
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome PM 1971

Description:
Training ship Joseph Conrad and authentic said loft and rope walk seen from the stern of whale ship Charles W. Morgan at Mystic, Connecticut.



Mystic Seaport A Living Maritime Museum
Title:
Mystic Seaport A Living Maritime Museum
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Serene simplicity personifies the tiny Fishtown Chapel surrounded by wrought iron fences, old gravestones and living old fashioned shrubbery.


Main Street Bridge
Title:
Main Street Bridge
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Feb-26



Elm Grove Cemetery - Arch
Title:
Elm Grove Cemetery - Arch
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Broadway School
Title:
Broadway School
Mystic Connecticut (CT), White Border unused



Edmundite Fathers
Title:
Edmundite Fathers
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome


New Broadway School
Title:
New Broadway School
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back unused



Historical Tablet, in House Lot, at "Riverview", Old Mystic, Conn.
Title:
Historical Tablet, in House Lot, at "Riverview", Old Mystic, Conn.
Mystic Connecticut (CT), White Border PM 1929 May-02

Description:
The home of Chas. Q. Eldredge showing the Mystic River where Mason crossed.


New York Yacht Club's Station No. 10
Title:
New York Yacht Club's Station No. 10
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Built at Hoboken in 1845, it was the original home of America's first yacht club, now serves as headquarters for visiting yachtsmen and takes its place in the picturesque coastal village which is Mystic Seaport, Mystic, Connecticut. Ektachrome by Louis Martel.



Qulambaug Cove
Title:
Qulambaug Cove
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back unused


Old Reliance Engine and Firehouse, Now a Part of Mystic Seaport
Title:
Old Reliance Engine and Firehouse, Now a Part of Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen PM 1954 Aug-9

Description:
MUSEUM OF MARINE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION, INC. MYSTIC, CONNECTICUT



Olde Mistick Village
Title:
Olde Mistick Village
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 10538-D Olde Mistick Village is at the Mystc Exit of Intestate I-95 It is less than one mile from the Mystic Seaport and adjacent to Mystic Marine Aquarium. Perhaps the most photographed location at Olde Mistick Village is the gristmill building with its working waterwheel and pond. This is located on the "commons" in the center of the Village Dexter Press


Cottages, Groton Long Point
Title:
Cottages, Groton Long Point
Mystic Connecticut (CT), White Border PM 1924 Sep-01



Ferryboat Brinckerhoff, Mystic Seaport
Title:
Ferryboat Brinckerhoff, Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the last of the "walking-beam side-wheelers." Built in 1899, she ran from Poughkeepsie to Highland on the Hudson River until 1942. she was then transferred to Bridgeport, Conn., where she was used as an excursion boat until 1949. Exemplifies an almost extinct type of steam propulsion.


Station 10 New York Yacht Club, Mystic S
Title:
Station 10 New York Yacht Club, Mystic S
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Built near Hoboken, N. J. in 1845, this was the first yacht club building in America. Contains a large collection of yachting memorabilia, including the rudder of the yacht "America." Note old-fashioned bathing costumes in foreground, worn on Mystic Day, an annual local celebration.



The Old Denison Homestead
Title:
The Old Denison Homestead
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
The Denison Homestead is the only old house in Connecticut successively restored - 1717 kitchen, Colonial and Civil War bedrooms, 1825 and 1900 parlors, etc. - and accurately furnished for each period with family heirlooms. More than a museum, It is a beautiful, vivid picture of how our forefathers lived.


Mystic Seaport
Title:
Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
A 19th Century Coastal Village recreated at mystic, Connecticut. The "Charles W. Morgan," last of the wooden whaleships, is shown in her permanent berth at Mystic Seaport. Built in New Bedford in 1841, she sailed for eighty years and caught more whales than any ship in her time.



At Mystic Seaport In Connecticut
Title:
At Mystic Seaport In Connecticut
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
At Mystic Seaport in Connecticut, visitors view the Joseph Conrad, formerly the Danish Training Ship George Stage. The square rigged vessel circumnavigated the world under the command of Captain Alan Villiers. The Joseph Conrad is now part of the youth training program at Mystic.


Cape Asgood Gilbert's Lighter
Title:
Cape Asgood Gilbert's Lighter
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back PM 1911 Jan-02



Water Front East Side
Title:
Water Front East Side
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back PM 1908 Jun-26


A Dutch Wind Mill
Title:
A Dutch Wind Mill
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Divided Back unused

Description:
A "Dutch" Wind Mill; built and erected by Chas. Q. Eldredge, in conformity with plans sent him from Holland. This mill pumps, and delivers automatically through 500 feet of pipe, all water used by the Famous "Riverview" Poultry Yards, Old Mystic, Ct.



Noryeaug
Title:
Noryeaug
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jun-20


Museum Of Marine Historical Association Inc.,, Mystic Seaport
Title:
Museum Of Marine Historical Association Inc.,, Mystic Seaport
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen unused

Description:
The Ship "Charles W. Morgan" built 1841. Last surviving member of America's one Great whaling fleet at mystic seaport.



Greetings From Mystic
Title:
Greetings From Mystic
Mystic Connecticut (CT), Linen unused




Total: 123 Items