To mark the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, we combed through The Courant’s archives for pictures of his visits to Connecticut. Images taken by Hartford Times photographers are included, courtesy of the Hartford Public Library’s “Hartford Collection,” Hartford History Center.
- Platt Tops Eastern
- (L to R) Binh and Sithuy Nguyen go for their daily walk along the Connecticut River Thursday afternoon as ice flows past. The recent cold temperatures have started to freeze the slow moving river, the photo was taken from the Charter Oak Overpass. Photo by JOHN WOIKE | email@example.com
- Crossing the street
- Promise (at left) and Putnam have become best friends and colleagues in their work at the Enfield police department where they work in the same Enfield K-9 Unit with Officer Brian Croteau. Promise, who is ten years old, will soon retire. Putnam, who is almost two years old, wil start training soon with Croteau. At that point, Promise will remain at home and Putnam will go to work as the drug-sniffing dog for the Enfield Police Department. PATRICK RAYCRAFT | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Waterbury town employee Scott Monaghan uses a backpack leaf blower to clear snow from this weekends storm off the Wigwam Dam in Thomaston Monday morning. The Litchfield Hills were spared the brunt of this Winter storm as the path mostly affected to shoreline with flooding and high snow fall totals. Photo by JOHN WOIKE | email@example.com