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An interior view of the Norton Sawmill

Guilford Savings Bank Corporation, 1992
Pictured standing (left to right): Vaughn Knowles, Dan Reinhardsen, Carter Cooley, John Betts, Kathleen Braren, Win Smith, David Dudley, Bill Loveday, Ralph Brown, Ted Creighton, Jack Kidney (?), Laura Page,…

Florence Baldwin, supervisor, (standing) oversees the women working at the Guilford Switchboard. Pictured left to right: Frances Larkins, Vera Clapp, Mildred Thompson, Mabel Spencer and Shirley Dinwoodie.

A Charles Hubbard photo of the interior of Harvey Leete's Blacksmith Shop. The shop was adjacent to the William Shelley House, 1139 Boston Post Road. Leete's home and shop were built in 1760 on York Road, which is now called Boston Post Road.

Labelers at Knowles Lombard Canning Factory, ca 1920
Front row: Edna Norton, Eva Dadman Roode, Ruth Alexander, remaining women in front row unidentified. Back Row, Mrs. Baskin, Sophi Hall, Mrs. Fair of North Branford, Minnie Chelb, Elsie Calvin.

Shephard and Fowler Store, 17 Whitfield Street, circa 1900. Miss Natalie Fowler, Miss Katie Fowler, and Miss Shepherd are pictured.

I.S. Spencer Sons Manufacturing Co., 20 Fair Street
From Sarah Brown McCulloch’s Guilford: A Walking Guide (2012):
"Here, on a prime residential street of architecturally outstanding houses, stood a working foundry until only seven years ago and…