April 2018

A Moment in Time: Old Photos Invited from Our Readers

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Photo provided by the Suffield Historical Society

Reid’s Bazaar, a popular convenience store, is seen at the left in this old postcard, and the third building is the new parsonage of the First Congregational Church. But the most prominent feature is the tall steeple of the church, which was blown down, wrecking the sanctuary, in the New England Hurricane of September 1938. The photo date is about 1920, before Reid’s Bazaar moved across the Green to Main Street and its old building was replaced by the present apartment house.


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