By Herbert C. Hallas

A History of Windsor 1944-1962: As Seen Through the Pages of The News-Weekly. Using The News-Weekly, a Windsor newspaper founded by his parents, Hallas opens a window on a fascinating time which saw the construction of new Windsor schools, highways and bridges, and significant changes to town government. Should gambling in town be legalized? Should the Loomis Institute be required to admit more Windsor children? And what about that filthy, rat-infested, unheated dog pound? Windsorites wrestled with these issues and more, outlined in the pages of The News-Weekly. The book includes 105 photographs and headlines that were published in the newsletter, a 47-page chronology of selected athletic, business, governmental, and community events, and an index with 722 names.

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