The Town and City of Waterbury, Connecticut from the Aboriginal Period to the Year Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-five; Volume II only.

By: Anderson, Joseph (editor); and Anna L. Ward

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Good+; Hardcover; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; New Haven, CT; Volume II only of 3 volume set. 559 pages, bound in black cloth; gilt lettering on spine.Over 75 illustrations of landmarks or infrastructure; about 45 portraits, including steel engravings. Moderate edge wear and shallow fraying at spine ends. Preliminary pages foxed; most internal pages free of foxing, but scattered foxing increasing toward later pages, especially margins of portraits. Retains a musty odor. Illustrations include: Benedict & Burnham Manufacturing, Holmes, Booth & Haydens; Plume & Atwood; Randolph & Clowes; Rogers & Brother; Scoville Manufacturing; Waterbury Brass; Waterbury Watch; Naugatuck River; Southeast View of Waterbury; the Green, Bank St.; West Main Street Bridge; Waterbury from the Abrigador; Cooke St. Reservoir; Naugatuck Railroad Station; Meriden Waterbury & Connecticut River RR station; Prichard Homestead; Old Cooke Homestead; Rose Hill Cottage, East Mill; West Milll; St. Margaret's School; many more. Packaged with care and shipped in a box.; 3 volumes Series

Title: The Town and City of Waterbury, Connecticut from the Aboriginal Period to the Year Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-five; Volume II only.

Author Name: Anderson, Joseph (editor); and Anna L. Ward

Categories: Americana - New England, Americana - Connecticut, Americana: Connecticut,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Price & Lee Company: 1896

Seller ID: 28044