Avon Free Public Library

Avon Aerial
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Avon Center
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Avon Congregational Church
The Avon Congregational Church was established in 1818. Its meetinghouse, built in 1819, is on the National Register of Historic Places. The items here are among the most compelling images in the church archives: founding documents, rare photographs, historical records, and ephemera. The archives is located at the Avon Congregational church, and contains items from the 1790s to the present. Since the 1930s, the collection has been overseen by volunteer historians. The collection is open by appointment, by contacting the church office.
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Clinton B. Hadsell Collection
The collection includes 269 glass plate negatives, original camera equipment, 45 diaries, photos and postcards generously donated by Seth Stewart of Maine and the late Doris Miller of North Carolina., Preferred Citation: Photo courtesy of Marian Hunter History Room, Avon Free Public Library
Ensign-Bickford Company
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Map Collection
This index lists the 172 maps in the Marian Hunter History Room of the Avon Free Public Library. The maps cover the years 1625 until the early 2000's. The maps were created between 1829 to the early 2000's.
Prince Thomas of Savoy
The Prince Thomas of Savoy Society was officially founded in March 1917. There were 50 founding fathers, all of which emigrated from northern Italy shortly after the turn of the century.
Towpath School
Towpath School was built in 1879 as two rooms. Two more rooms and an office were added in 1920 and again in 1927. It is now the Avon School Administrative Offices.
World War II Newsletters
This collection consists of 14 resident-created newsletters spanning the years 1943-1946. The newsletters were intended for Avon soldiers, and were sent to them wherever they were stationed, either at home or abroad, as well as to their families in Avon. The newsletters also included some local town gossip and news for soldiers to stay up to date on current happenings around town, so Avon was always a part of them wherever they were.