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or six-over-six sash windows in white-painted wood surrounds, either full-length or partial-length front porches one story high, red brick interior chimneys, and either full or partial basements. Separated from other workers' houses by either the mills and mansions or the South Manchester Railroad, these dwellings were reserved for the mills' supervisory personnel. During the.m. Royal Oak, MI, ferndale, MI, phoenix, AZ, denver,. Having undergone little apparent external alteration, the station is in fair condition. Wtic Revamps Morning News Schedule, TVNewsCheck, September 23, 2011. However, by 1987, Arch encountered financial problems and wtic nearly filed for bankruptcy.
School Buildings Over the years the Cheneys financed construction of several schools and related structures in Manchester. All are frame and range from one and one-half to two and one-half stories.
Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States. It borders the city of Bridgeport and towns of Trumbull, Easton.
Twenty-over-twenty sashes light the interior work areas, while brick buttresses help support the exterior walls. Massive multi-flue red brick chimneys, pedimented dormers, and black-painted louvered shutters highlight the exterior. Each linking section has a 3-1/2-story street-side tower, and these, along with two towers on the interior sides of the two southernmost mills, have segmentally arched single windows. Other significant educational buildings are the circa 1920, three-story, hip-roofed, red brick high school at 1146 South Main Street; the Lutz Museum, a 1-1/2-story, hip-roofed, white frame structure, which served formerly as a Cheney family school, at 126-28 Cedar Street; and two early 20th century. "Sinclair Tries to Appease.C.C., but Its Tribune Bid Is Challenged".