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The corner of Church and Chapel Streets, showing three landmarks of the Green. The Franklin Elm, said to have been planted on the day of Benjamin Franklin's death in 1790, was removed in 1904.

Rooftop view looking over empty lots toward Church Street. Some business signs are legible beyond the First New Haven National Bank, reading "Congress Pants" and "Gilden's."

The site of the new Malley's building just before construction began May 16, 1960. Looking south from Temple Street toward the Connector.

A partially demolished building on the corner of Church and Crown Streets. The First New Haven National Bank is visible in the background.

A rooftop view of a building on George Street containing several storefronts. Two signs read "Commercial Used Cars/Garage" and "Commercial Hotel."

The New Haven Harbor, from an engraving by David C. Hinman.

The New Haven Railroad Station, designed by Cass Gilbert and opened in 1920.

Postcard showing part of an 18th century print by Daniel Bowen.

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A color postcard showing the block of Elm Street between Temple and Church Streets.

A view down a straight, unpaved road lined with trees. A carriage is visible in the distance.
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