100 Years Ago in Suffield – Selected from the pages of the Windsor Locks Journal and lightly annotated by Wendy Taylor, Kent Memorial Library.
In this November, 1952, photo, the new St. Joseph Church is one year old.
The United States recognizes Polish-American Heritage in October, so there is no better time for the Suffield Polish Heritage Society (PHS) to meet again.
Meade Alcorn, prominent Suffield citizen and former chairman of the Republican National Party, doesn’t look quite happy.
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.
100 Years Ago in Suffield – Selected from the pages of the Windsor Locks Journal and lightly annotated by Wendy Taylor, Kent Memorial Library
This photo was taken on May 30, 1987.
The Sibbil Dwight Kent Chapter (Suffield and Windsor Locks) of The Daughters of The American Revolution (DAR) and the Suffield Historical Society will partner to install a Witness Stone Memorial for Titus Kent.