Polish American establishments in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Various Polish shops on Pulaski Street. A sign reads ' Frank Roydzoski and son funeral home'. Another sign on a window reads 'Polish Army veterans association of America,' on one window in Polish, and on another window, in English. A sign reads 'F.J. Zilinski custom tailors'. Men walk on a sidewalk in the foreground. A Poster in Polish at a corner shop, advertises a movie, at the Strand Palace, about Thaddeus Kosciuszko (the famous Polish-born engineering genius who was a hero in the American Revolutionary war). The poster states that the film has English subtitles. Next to the poster is a small banner reading: "God Bless America, We are proud to be AMERICANS." A corner of Pulaski Street with a sign that reads 'Pulaski street and Kossuth street'.
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