William C Gilman.

The celebration of the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the settlement of the town of Norwich, Connecticut, and of the incorporation of the city, the one hundred and twenty-fifth, July 4, 5, 6, 1909: online

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missioner, 39

Parks in Norwich, 36

Perkins. Hezekiah, giver of
Little Plain to city, 37

Perkins, Joseph, giver of Chel-
sea Parade to town, 36

Perkins, Mary E.. Old

Houses of Norwich, 9

Perkins, Rev. J. Newton, his-
torical sermon at Christ
Church, 186

Perkins, Willis D., gives Meet-
ing House Rocks to Rural
Association, 37

Pierce, Moses, promotes man-
ufacturing industries, 39
Benefactor of Free Acad-
emy, 47

Police Force, 25

Pollock, Dr. Henry M., resi-
dent physician Norwich
Hospital, 28

Ponemah Mill, 39

Porter, George Shepard. ad-
dress at memorial of
French soldiers, 30



PAGE

Deciphers stone records in
burying ground, 32

Pratt. Rev. Dr. Lewellyn, ad-
dress at Up-town burying
ground, 68

Invocation at Memorial

Fountain, 88

Reads Stedman's verses at
Literary Exercises, 140

Prentice. Judge Samuel O.,
address at Broadway
Theater, 119

Preston, Charles H., chairman
Transportation Commit-
tee, 61

Printing and Publicity Com-
mittee, Frederic W. Cary,
chairman, 59

Procession Committee. Dr. P.
H. Harriman, chairman, 61

Program Committee, Winslow
T. Williams, chairman, 59

Program, The Official, 145

Public Buildings, new, 46

Public Safety Committee. Dr.
P. H. Harriman, chair-
man, 61

Quarter-millennial Celebra-
tion, 53

Call for public meeting, 54
Signers of call, 54

Committee of arrangements, 54

Ray, G. Avery 79

Raymond, Gilbert S., secretary
first public meeting for
celebration, 54

Secretary of Executive
Committee, 57

Reception Committee, Wins-
low Tracy Williams,
chairman, 60

Reynolds, Mrs. Henry L.,
gives land for Mohegan
Park, 38

Ricketts, Rev. C. H., historical
sermon at Greeneville
Congregational Church, 191



ALPHABETICAL INDEX



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PAGE

Riplev, Hannah Lathrop, ad-
dresses alumni of Free
Academy, 13

Rip Van Winkle. 11

Roath. Mrs. Frank A., pre-
sides at Hubbard gates, 30

Robbins, Zebulon R., chair-
man Decorations Com-
mittee, 60

Rockwell, John Arnold, ad-
dress at Norwich Bi-cen-
tennial, 9

Rockwell, Dr. John A., placed
Memorial stone in Chelsea
Parade, 36

Gives land for Mohegan
Park. 38

Rose of New England, 10, 11



Sayles. Frederick T. 66
Schools Committee, Henry A.

Tirrell, chairman, 61

Sedgwick Post, G. A. R., 13

Sermons, 178
Services at Up-town burying

ground, 66

and pages following.

Shannon Building. 45

Shannon, James B. 45

Shields. William H., chairman
Invitation Committee, 59

Shipman, Arthur Leffingwell.
address at Leffingwell
monument, 35

At Broadway Theater, 108

Shipman, Judge Nathaniel,

quoted, 10, 14

Shipman. Nathaniel, senior,
identifies place where
Miantonomo was captured 33

Shipman, Rev. Thomas Lef-
fingwell, 34

Singers at Up-town burying
ground, 67

Slater Museum, memorial of
John Fox Slater, 47

Slater. William A., benefactor
of Backus Hospital, 27

Address at its opening, 28



PAGE

Honorary president of, 28
Benefactor of Free Acad-
emy, 47
Builds Slater Memorial, 47
Tribute to his munificence, 48
Smith, Elbridge 48
Smith, J. Hunt, gives land for

Mohegan Park, 38
Soldiers' Monument, 13
Soldiers of American Revolu-
tion, names of, 31

Spaulding's Pond, bought for

Mohegan Park, 38

Stedman, Edmund Clarence.
"The Inland City," read

by Rev. Dr. Pratt, 140

Stedman, John W.. report of

Norwich Bi-centennial, 9

Sterry, Carolyn A. 37

Street Railways, 23



Taft. President William H.,

arrives in Norwich, 80

Witnesses historical pageant, 80
Received at Rockclyffe bv
Mr. and Mrs. Winslow T.
Williams, 81

Escorted bv procession to

Chelsea Parade, 82

Delivers address there, 82

Holds nublic reception at
Buckingham Memorial, 87

Returns to Mr. Williams'

home, 87

Sees fireworks from Jail

hill, 87

Denarts bv night train for

New York, 87

Telegraph and Telephone, 16

Thames National Bank, 46

Thayer. Judge John M., see

Johnson Home, 29

Thayer, Mayor Charles F.,
proposed the Old Home
Week celebration, 26

Address at Hubbard Gates, 32
"The Best Citizens of Nor-
wich." 48



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ALPHABETICAL INDEX



PAGE

Recommends Quarter-mil-
lennial celebration, 53

President of Executive
Committee, 57

Resigns presidency, 57

Thayer, Rev. W. T., historical
sermon at First Baptist
Church, 184

Town Hall, new, 42

Tirrell, Henry A., park com-
missioner, 39

Principal Free Academy, 48

Chairman Schools Commit-
tee, 61

Reads Rev. A. G. Chester's
poem at Literary Exer-
cises, 140
Tracy, Edwin A., Secretary
Norwich Nickel and
Brass Company, 41

Chairman first public meet-
ing for celebration, 54

Chairman Executive Com-
mittee, 58

Member, ex-officio, of all

sub-committees, 63

Transportation Committee,
Charles H. Preston, chair-
man, 61
Treanor, Rev. Hugh, High
Mass at St. Patrick's
Church, 185
Trumbull, Jonathan, tradition
of Rose of New England, 11

Librarian Otis Library, 30

Address at Hubbard gates, 32

Committee to buy Mianto-
nomo monument, 33

Uncas Paper Company, 42

Uncas Power Company, Hyde

Electric Plant, 42

United States, increase of ter-
ritory and population, 15
Facilities for transportation, 15
United States Finishing Com-
pany, 40
United Workers of Norwich, 27
Up-town burying ground, ser-
vices at, 66



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Ushers at Up-town burying

ground, 67



Washington, George 12

Water Supply, 21

Ways and Means Committee,

Costello Lippitt, chairman, 59

Weeks, Governor Frank B.,
presents the President to
assembly at Chelsea Pa-
rade, 82

Williams, Capt. Erastus, pres-
ident Norwich Bleaching
Company, 40

Founder of Yantic Woolen
Mill, 40

Williams, E. Winslow, re-
builds Yantic Woolen
Mill, 40

Williams, Gen. and Mrs. Wil-
liam, benefactors of Free
Academy, 47

Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Wins-
low Tracy, receive the
President at Rockclyffe, 81

Williams, Winslow Tracy,

president Backus hospital, 28
President Yantic Woolen

Company, 40

President general celebra-
tion committee, 59
Chairman programme com-
mittee 57
Chairman Reception Com-
mittee, 60
Presides at Literary Exer-
cises and makes address, 97

Woodhull, Elizabeth B., bene-
factor of Otis Library, 30

Woodman, R. Huntington,
organ recital, 140

Yantic Woolen Mill, 40

Yerrington, Herbert L., organ

recital, 79

Young, John T., Boiler Com-
pany, 42

Young, William B., chairman
Nominating Committee, 58



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Online LibraryWilliam C GilmanThe celebration of the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the settlement of the town of Norwich, Connecticut, and of the incorporation of the city, the one hundred and twenty-fifth, July 4, 5, 6, 1909: → online text (page 19 of 19)