Waterbury's History for Public Participation

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The value of a dollar Total Volume

1860-1899 The adge of Endeavor / 1900-1919 Progressive Era & World War I

1920-1939 Great Depression & Recovery to Normalcy / 1940-1959 World Way II, Recovery & Cold War

1960-1999 Vietnam War & Global Economy / Wtby Farrel 1850 to1952 $ History



Scovill Brass / Brass Valley / Brass Roots 1952


Brass Roots 2003 / Metals, Minds & Machines 1980 / WTBY-1674-1974


Water Wheels / WTBY-s Part W,W,II / The Brass Industry / WAR Stories


Western Conn 1955 Flood / American Brass Co / Chase 1955 / 1955 flood Farrel


Waterbury's Police 1853-2003  / 1861 to 1961 St Anns Parish

Waterbury Post Cards

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Their are 17 DVD of 30's, 40's, 50's, 60's, up to 1974 given for education purposes at these locations
Tyrrell Middle School 500 Todd Road Wolcott, Connecticut 06716
Long River Middle School Columbia Avenue Prospect, CT 06712
Thomaston High School 185 Branch Road Thomaston, CT 06787
Memorial Middle School Memorial Drive Middlebury, CT 06762
Hillside Middle School 51 Hillside Avenue Naugatuck, CT 06770
Watertown High School 324 French Street Watertown, CT 06795
John F. Kennedy High School 422 Highland Avenue Waterbury, CT 06708


For Public Viewing
Silas Bronson Library, 267 Grand Street, Waterbury, CT 06702
Howard Whittemore Memorial Library 243 Church St. Naugatuck, CT 06770-4198
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