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Pictures of Redding, CT

With the help of Jack Sanders of the Ridgefield Press, I have been able to scan these pictures of Redding.

Mr. Sanders was kind enough to allow me to borrow copies of the Redding Times and it is because of that kindness that I can offer you these pictures. Thank you Jack.

Carmen Matthews founder of New Pond Farm

Lonetown Road being widened to make way for Route 107 expansion (view from Town House Lawn looking toward Redding Elementary School).

Officer Walter A. Benz, Jr. Redding's resident officer in 1958.

Limestone Quarry Swimming Hole on Redding/Bethel Line. This private swimming hole is still in use. The old quarry was drained and lined with sand to create a shallow end for younger swimmers in the 1950's.

This West Redding building now the La Trotteria Resaurant was built in the late 1950's and was known as the Country Emporium when I was growing up in the 1970's and 80's.

The West Redding Store in the early 1900's.

The West Redding Store in the 1950's.

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