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"Findell Manufacturing"
Photo by Ken Burkamp at the "Made in Manchester" Product Show held at the Manchester Armory on Main Street near Haynes Street. The Findell Manufacturing Company's booth shows a variety of window blinds. On October 16, 1957, when this photo was taken, Findell Blinds was located on East Middle Turnpike at Woodbridge Street.

Does anyone know who the lady in the photograph is?

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• Florida resident Dick Jenkins, formerly of Manchester, recognized the person in the photograph: "The young lady in this photo is Pauline Cormier, now Pauline Cormier Jones." Pauline and Dick Jenkins both graduated from Manchester High School in 1955.

• On April 13, 2012, Pauline Cormier Jones e-mailed the Historical Society to let us know a bit more about the photo. The product show was a fundraiser for the March of Dimes Polio Drive that she participated in. "The photographer, Ken Burkamp, was my classmate at the Manchester Green Grammar School. And Dick Jenkins was my classmate at Manchester High School, class of 1955."