NAUGATUCK — The photography of Michael Patton will be featured at the Whittemore Library this month.
Patton, a Naugatuck resident, spent several months visiting a few historic buildings in the borough, recording on film a variety of architectural details, according to a press release. Buildings included in the display are the former Uniroyal payroll department building, which was located on Maple Street, the Whittemore Library and the Tuttle Building. Patton also captured the demolition of a former restaurant located at 1 South Main St. and put together in a flip book of photographs of the razing.
This month’s exhibit can be viewed on the Whittemore Gallery Wall on the main floor of the library, 243 Church St., during regular library hours. For more information, call (203) 729-4591.