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James Gallery & Soda Fountain


category : Historic Buildings
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Connecticut Freedom Trail, site of James Pharmacy, once operated by Anna L. James, the first licensed African-American woman pharmacist in the state. Historical displays, original artifacts and photographs, 1896 soda fountain.


Admission: Free.
Hours: May-Oct., daily 10-10. Nov.-Apr. 10-6.
Address: 2 Pennywise Lane
Phone: (860) 395-1229
Our Website:www.pratthouse.net/jamesgallery.htm

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