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Reply Mary E Janus
2:35 PM on April 25, 2013 
I was born in Waterbury in 53, Lived in Waterbury until 88 when I moved a few towns over. Lots of memories for me in Waterbury. And still not far away.
Reply william (bucko) galvin
8:25 AM on February 2, 2012 
i grew upon washington hill behind thr firehouse
Reply louise melillo
2:11 PM on August 23, 2011 
born in waterbury i n 1941 i have old books of waterbury dated 1890 written by mr. pape-
Reply vincent LeRoy
4:44 PM on July 21, 2010 
Do you have any photos of Mert Connor Stadium on Watertown Avenue north of
Frankies Hot Dogs and before Kaynor Tech, Probably before the 1955 Flood?
Thanks
Reply Donald bOULANGER
8:10 PM on June 13, 2010 
i WAS BORN IN WATERBURY IN 1944. MY FAMILY MOVED WEST IN'47. iT'S GOOD TO TAKE A GLIMPSE OF LIFE BACH WHEN.
Reply Karen (Blass) Rosas
9:07 PM on June 3, 2010 
I.was born at St. Mary's Hospital in 1946. Went to Merriman School
We lived on Baldwin Street. I remember going to the movies at the Winn Theater. And taking dance lessons downtown Waterbury, I can remember walking by the Planters Peanut guy on my way home. I have wonderful memories. My parents moved us to California when I was 10 or 11.
Reply Bill Levene
5:31 PM on May 11, 2010 
It was nice to see old time Waterbury.I was looking for anything about the old clothing store called Garstons as my father bought that store from leo garston back in the early sixties.My dad will be 92 this january.