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A float featuring a domestic scene by the Madison Historical Society was part of Guilford's Tercentenary Parade on Sept. 4, 1939.

Photograph of lawnmowers at Fonicello’s Garden Center in Guilford, Conn. Taken during construction of addition in 1966-1967.

Men demonstrate "Haying"-- harvesting the hay crop-- on Guilford's Tercentenary Celebration Parade float on Sept. 4, 1939.

Guilford championship baseball team for 1909. Pictured standing, left to right: Bartholomew, Conway, J. Sullivan, Dougherty, Galvin (scorer), White (manager). Pictured seated: G. Sullivan, Beckert, D. O'Neil, Smith, W. O'Neil, Butler.

A postcard of Miss Chittenden's class at a school located on Long Hill Road, north of Route 80. The postcard was sent from the teacher, Miss Isabel Chittenden to Miss Frances Hubbard of Guilford. Miss Chittenden's note on the card which was mailed…

On January 23, 1934, First Selectman S. Leslie Spencer hands the keys to the Library to Rev. William C. H. Moe, President of the Guilford Library Association. Looking on, left to right, are Lena A. Shelley, Library Director, Edith B. Nettleton,…

The 1976 fire on Faulkner's Island destroyed the home of the lighthouse keeper and damaged the lighthouse. This photo was taken from Vineyard Point Road in Guilford.

The home at 33 Whitfield Street is pictured sometime between 1865 and 1922. It was remodeled in later years and then razed in 1962.

65-67 Whitfield Street, Martin's of Guilford, Ben Franklin Stores. 65-67 Whitfield Street has been the home of several businesses including Ben Franklin Stores and Martin’s of Guilford. The Ben Franklin Store closed in 1945. In the century prior,…

The home of Marie Griswold, 84 Fair Street, is pictured on September 22. 1938 after the hurricane.