A Moment in Time: Old Photos Invited from Our Readers

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Photo provided by the Suffield Historical Society
This bleak view looking up North Main Street in the late 1800s shows a longer Town Green than now, and the large elms that blew down in the New England Hurricane of 1938 were young. The “Italianate” mansion at the left, now Suffield Academy’s Nathena Fuller House dorm, was built about 1870; the empty space just beyond it was filled later by the big house Dr. Philo Street built in 1897; and the glorious Victorian house with a tower at what is now the corner of Marbern Drive is another mid-1800s mansion.

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