Welcome to the Manchester Historical Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to education and preservation.
We hope you have an opportunity to visit our museums and attend our history walks and hikes, exhibits, lectures,
slide shows, and tours of our historic properties for adults and children.
Web site feedback is encouraged, since we want to know if the site meets the needs for which it was designed -- a resource for local historians, genealogists, and those who want to find out more about Manchester's neighborhoods, former schools, businesses, and people of the past. Contact the webmaster with your feedback and suggestions via an email by clicking the link at the bottom of this page.
General questions may be directed via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 860-647-9983. Mailing address and administrative offices: 175 Pine Street, Manchester, CT 06040.
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Click this image for a list of items and services newly offered by the Society, including the new 2014 Manchester Road Race posters of Amby Burfoot and Julia Chase shown above. (To see a larger view of the posters, please click here.
WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS PICTURE?
1923 photo of the construction of Watkins furniture building. Manchester Construction Company, owned by the Knofla Brothers, which built this Downtown block, the South Methodist Church, Highland Park School, etc. .
If you have information about the picture, please click the image for a form where you can tell us more.
To see a larger view of it, click here.
For prior Mystery Photos, click here.