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Welcome to 1947 Scovill Bulletins!
 

January-06 1947 / January-13 1947 / January-20 1947 / January-27 1947



Febuary-03 1947 / Febuary-10 1947 / Febuary-17 1947 / Febuary-24 1947


March-03 1947 / March-10 1947 / March-17 1947 / March-24 1947 / March-31 1947


April-07 1947 / April-14 1947 / April-21 1947 / April-28 1947


May-05 1947 / May-12 1947 / May-19 1947 / May-26 1947

June-02 1947 / June-09 1947 / June-16 1947 / June-23 1947/ June-30 1947


July-14 1947 / August-04 1947 / August-18 1947


September-01 1947  /  September 15 1947


 October- 06 1947 / October-20 1947


November- 03 1947 / November-17 1947

December- 01 1947 / December- 15 1947

Their are 17 DVD of 30's, 40's, 50's, 60's, up to 1974 given for education purposes at these locations
Tyrrell Middle School 500 Todd Road Wolcott, Connecticut 06716
Long River Middle School Columbia Avenue Prospect, CT 06712
Thomaston High School 185 Branch Road Thomaston, CT 06787
Memorial Middle School Memorial Drive Middlebury, CT 06762
Hillside Middle School 51 Hillside Avenue Naugatuck, CT 06770
Watertown High School 324 French Street Watertown, CT 06795
Cheshire High School 525 South Main Street Cheshire, CT 06410
John F. Kennedy High School 422 Highland Avenue Waterbury, CT 06708



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