Bridgewater State Normal School and College postcards

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Tillinghast Building, State Teachers College, Bridgewater, Massachusetts Description: Tillinghast Hall opened in 1917 on the (then) State Normal School campus. The building was originally known as Normal Hall and replaced the original dormitory building built in 1869. When it opened, t… Date: [n.d.]
Bridgewater Inn, Bridgewater, Mass Description: The Bridgewater Inn was located on the northwest corner of the town's Central Square from 1827 until 1939 when the building was torn down. The original Bridgewater Academy had occupied this site from … Date: [n.d.]
A View at Carver's Pond, Bridgewater, Mass. Description: Carver's Pond has served both the recreation and industrial needs of Bridgewater. The Pond served as a power source for the earliest iron foundry in town; later businesses utilizing its water power in… Date: [n.d.]
High School, 1799-1897, Bridgewater, Mass. Description: The Bridgewater Academy Building was first built in 1790 on the town's central square as a private preparatory school. It was rebuilt in 1822 after a fire destroyed the original building. The town of … Date: [n.d.]
Railway Station, Bridgewater, Mass. Description: Bridgewater was part of the Old Colony Railroad system (later part of the New York, New Haven and Hartford line). The railway depot, built in 1893, served passengers until rail service was discontinue… Date: [n.d.]
Bridgewater Inn, Bridgewater, Mass Description: The Bridgewater Inn was located on the northwest corner of the town's Central Square from 1827 until 1939 when the building was torn down. Date: [n.d.]
M.E. Church, Bridgewater, Mass. Description: The M. E. Church in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. The church is now the Bridgewater United Methodist Church. Date: [n.d.]
Normal Campus, Bridgewater, Mass. Description: View of the State Normal School campus pond and park. The ice house is the building nearest the pond. Date: [n.d.]
Marshall Conant Science Hall, Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, Mass. Description: The Marshall Conant Science Hall, opened in 1964, was named in honor of the school's second principal. Conant served as principal from 1853 to 1860. Date: [n.d.]
Student Union, Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, Mass. Description: Rear view of the Student Union Building (now known as the Rondileau Campus Center) on the campus of Bridgewater State College. Date: [n.d.]