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Catalog Number 1984.000.0201
Collection Ridgefield Press Old Ridgefield
Object Name clippings
Scope & Content Ridgefield Press Old Ridgefield photos for the year 1984

(all photos by Josef Hartmann)

1/5 -- unidentified young girl
1/12 -- unidentified house
1/19 -- seldom seen view of the Casagmo gardens
1/26 -- front view of the home at the intersection of Wilton Roads East and West, formerly owned by Hines and Clark, among others (see the rear view at 6/14)
2/2 -- unidentified young man in cadet uniform
2/9 -- the Aldo and Gloria Biagiotti home at 677 North Salem Road, near its junction with Craigmoor
2/16 -- C. Belden Nicholas in costume for a role in the senior class play, 1926
2/23 -- Mary Bishop, grandmother of Laura Keeler Mongillo
3/1 -- Main Street south from the location of the current GAP store, snowstorm of Easter 1915. Same picture is at 4/4/85, 4/11/96, 4/3/97, and 2/18/99.
3/8 -- former Katherine Barnes, later Dr. Ernest Dionne, home, Branchville Road near Ivy Hill
3/14 -- "High Pasture", North Salem Road, home of Sidney Farrar, father of Geraldine
3/22 -- John Brophy, first selectman 1894-1901
3/29 -- unidentified gentleman
4/5 -- unidentified house
4/12 -- Dr. Roland J. Mulford, Ridgefield Boys School headmaster, ca. 1910
4/19 -- Mr. & Mrs. Clement Pasquarella, South Olmstead Lane, ca. 1923-4
4/26 -- Miss Ruth Anderson in costume for "Polly With A Past", the senior class play, May, 1926
5/3 -- James M. Blackwell house, Old South Salem Road
5/10 -- unidentified house, rear view with well
5/17 -- former Hurzeler house on Catoonah Street, ca. 1920
5/24 -- unidentified house
5/31 -- unidentified woman
6/7 -- Thomas W. Kelly, brother of John C. Kelly of WIlton Road West, in WWI uniform
6/14 -- see 1/26/84 above
6/21 -- unidentified interior
6/28 -- George Knapp house, North Street, family out front; the Carpenter house on High Ridge, now Francis Cleaners
7/12 -- unidentified man on horseback, wearing wide-brimmed western-style hat
7/19 -- house at 550 Ridgefield Road, Wilton
7/26 -- Roger Carpenter house at 31 Gilbert Street, once the Mignery residence
8/2 -- before-and-after views of the Dutton/Herrick residence on High Ridge
8/9 -- Downsbury Manor, the former Knox estate on Florida Hill Rd.
8/16 -- old Mamanasco Mill, once the main source of flour for the town, according to the caption
8/23 -- unidentified young lady, possibly Marie Roach
8/30 -- Cass Gilbert and family with son in law Charles M. Post
9/6 -- unidentified woman
9/13 -- Mr. & Mrs. Henry J. Weidner and family, ca. 1920
9/27 -- house at 104 Main Street, once owned by the Sullivan and Shields families among others
10/4 -- unidentified house with stone wall and fence
10/11 -- Robert Wohlforth (age 8) with mother Clara and cousins arthur and Lisa Eilenstein at the Eilenstein residence on West Lane opposite the entrance to the Manor Estates. Same picture is at 7/2/90 and 5/15/97; a different view is at 1/7/82.
10/18 -- Mary Boyd Bulkley, wife of David T. Bulkley
10/25 -- Mrs. George L. Rockwell (first wife, Grace Greaves) with Isabel
11/1 -- unidentified gentleman
11/8 -- Mr. & Mrs. John Pandolfi, Sr. (Mrs. was Agatha Frattini)
11/15 -- unidentified young woman
11/20 -- unidentified older woman
11/29 -- unidentified woman with two young children
12/6 -- unidentified young woman
12/13 -- unidentified young man in WWI Connecticut Home Guard uniform
12/20 -- unidentified woman
12/27 -- two baby pictures, one the New Year's greeting
Title Old Ridgefield photos from 1984
Caption December 27, 1984
Accession number 1984.000
Lexicon category 8: Communication Artifact
Lexicon sub-category Documentary Artifact
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