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Picturesque Stamford p.150. Description on back of picture: St. John's Parish - the first church, built in 1742
A sketch of a Gothic-style house which stood where the Ferguson Library is currently located
A sketch of Noroton Hill looking west is seen here. Oliver Hoyt house is seen on the right.
Sketch of the Stamford Advocate Newspaper office
This is a sketch of the First National Bank located on Atlantic Square at the corner of Canal and Main Streets, next to Abraham Balcom's Photography Studio. The bank was erected in 1872-1873.
Sketch depicting Putnam's escape from firing British during an attack at Horseneck Chapel, Greenwich, American Revolution

A sketch of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church and rectory located on Washington Blvd. The bell tower is shown, however it is no longer standing.
A sketch of a Baptist Church located at Atlantic and Broad Streets. This church was erected 1859-1860.
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