Waterbury

Buildings Index

Bank Street
63 Apothecaries Hall Building (1894)
65 Bohl’s Block (1888)
95-103 Mullings Building (1902)
105-109 Weisman Building (1902)
111–115 Johnson Building (1925)

Buckingham Street
86 Alfred Hart House (1918)
176 Charles E. Puffer House (1904)
168 Edward Wilson House (1910)

Central Avenue
70 (1890)
74 (1930)
80 John Mullings House (1885)

Church Street
16 St. John’s Episcopal Church (1873)
16 St. John’s Episcopal Church Parish House (1922)
21 St. John’s Episcopal Church Rectory (1886)
30 John Booth Burrall House (1916)
33 George Grannis House (1864)
41 Enoch Hibbard House (1864)

East Main Street
100 Palace Theater (1922)
519 Fire Station 2 (1922)

First Avenue
30 James Abbott House (1875)
34 (1875)

Grand Street
132-136 Holmes Building (1904)
135 John S. Monagan Federal Building (1931)
174-176 Waterbury American Building (1894)
186 Cowell-Guilfoile Building (1908)
197 Waterbury National Bank (1921)
235 Waterbury City Hall (1915)
236 Chase Brass & Copper Company Headquarters (1919)

Grove Street
208 First Baptist Church (1917)

Hillside Avenue
32 Benedict-Miller House (1879)
70 James H. Gross House (1902)
83 Nelson J. Welton House (1883)

Holmes Avenue
47 Taylor-Wheeler House (1889)
51 Alfred F. Taylor House (1890)

Leavenworth Street
18 Citizens & Manufacturers Bank (1922)
25 Drescher’s Cafe (1904)
27 Armstrong-McDonald House (1860)

Meadow Street
389 Union Station (1909)
414-446 American Brass Company Headquarters (1913)

North Main Street
36 Odd Fellows Hall (1895)
60 Dime Savings Bank (1927)
3125 Saint Mary’s Orthodox Church (1974)

Park Place
35 Elisha Leavenworth House (1845)

Pine Street
45 Theophilus Hyde House (1893)
70 Marjorie Hayden House (1901)

Prospect Street
63 Rose Hill (1852)
92 Martha and Helen Driggs House (1917)
180 (1850)

South Main Street
309 Our Lady of Lourdes Church (1909)
515 St. Anne’s Church (1906)

West Main Street
16-30 Elton Hotel (1904)
74 Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (1928)
114 Mattatuck Museum (1986)
131-141 Farrington Building (1925)
136 Y.M.C.A. (1924)
164-182 Hitchcock-Northrup Apartments (1910)
270 George Schlegel House (1910)

Wolcott Street
13 Sacred Heart Church, Waterbury (1889)

Woodlawn Terrace
92 Wallace Camp House (1888)
98 Paul Hamilton House (1916)

Links

Waterbury History
http://dan.greaterwaterbury.com/waterbury_history.php

Waterbury Time Machine
http://www.freewebs.com/waterburyct/

Brass City Life: Waterbury’s Neighborhoods
http://www.brasscitylife.org/

Main Street Waterbury
http://www.mainstreetwaterbury.com/

Hillside Historic District
http://www.hillsidehistoricdistrict.com/

Waterbury History PDF files
http://www.maderitechair.com/Waterbury%20History/

Waterbury Hall of Fame
http://bronsonlibrary.org/content/36/109/default.aspx

The Genealogical History of Waterbury
http://www.askgar.com/waterbury/

Waterbury Thoughts (blog)
http://waterburythoughts.blogspot.com/

Mattatuck Museum
http://www.mattatuckmuseum.org/

Timexpo Museum
http://www.timexpo.com/index.html

Books

The history of Waterbury, Connecticut; the original township embracing present Watertown and Plymouth, and parts of Oxford, Wolcott, Middlebury, Prospect and Naugatuck. With an appendix of biography, genealogy and statistics (1858), by Henry Bronson

The town and city of Waterbury, Connecticut, from the Aboriginal Period to the year Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-Five, Vol. I (1896), by Joseph Andrews

The town and city of Waterbury, Connecticut, from the Aboriginal Period to the year Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-Five, Vol. II (1896), by Joseph Andrews

The town and city of Waterbury, Connecticut, from the Aboriginal Period to the year Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-Five, Vol. III (1896), by Joseph Andrews

History of Waterbury and the Naugatuck Valley, Connecticut, Vol. 1 (1918), by Wm. J. Pape

History of Waterbury and the Naugatuck Valley, Connecticut, Vol. 2 (1918), by Wm. J. Pape

History of Waterbury and the Naugatuck Valley, Connecticut, Vol. 3 (1918), by Wm. J. Pape

History of New Haven County, Connecticut, Vol. 1 (1892) (Chap. XV “The Town and City of Waterbury”), edited by J. L. Rockey

Proprietors’ records of the town of Waterbury Conn., 1677-1761 (1911), transcribed and edited by Katharine A. Prichard

Ancient burying-grounds of the town of Waterbury, Connecticut, together with other records of church and town (1917), transcribed and edited by Katharine A. Prichard

The military history of Waterbury, from the founding of the settlement in 1678 to 1891, together with a list of the commissioned officers and the records of the wars; containing also an outline of all the changes in the military organization of the state (1891), by Charles W. Burpee

Catalogue of the Silas Bronson Library of the city of Waterbury, Conn. (1870)

History of the soldiers’ monument in Waterbury, Conn. (1886), by Joseph Anderson

Waterbury and her industries. Fifty attractive and carefully selected views (1889)

The churches of Mattatuck : a record of bi-centennial celebration at Waterbury, Connecticut, Novermber 4th and 5th, 1891 (1892), by Joseph Andrews

Waterbury and vicinity (1908)

Municipal register of the City of Waterbury for the year 1897 (1898)

Charter and ordinances of the city of Waterbury, Connecticut: with amendments thereto (1902)

A century of history in the First Baptist Church in Waterbury, Conn. (1904)

A narrative and documentary history of St. John’s Protestant Episcopal Church (Formerly St. James) of Waterbury, Connecticut (1907), by Frederick John Kingsbury

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