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  • Tags: 1800s

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Bridgeport citizens riding a trolley in the summer of 1895.

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Pictured here is the owner of Disbrow's Market, Fred Disbrow. He is accompanied by his dog, Prince.

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The Disbrow Store's safe.

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Disbrow's Store

A photograph of the interior of Disbrow's Store. The store was located on Main Street, Southport.

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Damtoft Pharmacy

Southport

A view of the shelves of the pharmacy of Knud. J. Damtoft, a local pharmacist in Southport before the turn of the twentieth century. Damtoft moved to New York at some point in 1895.

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Damtoft Pharmacy

Southport

A view of the counter and an employee of the pharmacy of Knud. J. Damtoft, a local pharmacist in Southport before the turn of the twentieth century. Damtoft moved to New York at some point in 1895.

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Francis Brewer Home School for Boys, 766 Old Post Road.

The Francis Brewer Home School for Boys was built in 1800 initially as a private residence. Brewer bought the property in 1891 and turned it into a school. The school was around for 18 years…

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Trubee House

53 Rowland Road

It is unknown when the Trubee house was built. What is known is that there are records of it being sold in 1812 to Samuel Comfort Trubee. The house was said to be about 10 or 12 years old when it was bought.
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