North Cliff Street, Ansonia Ct.
I grew up on the left side of the house, where the ramp is. (Although that's gone now) My bedroom was where the far left window is.
When I was a boy there were two enormous pine trees on the front lawn and the house had wood sidings painted brown and red.
Around 1910 it was all one house but was subdivided in the mid 1930's. The original owner was Chapel S. Carter, the son of a Connecticut Baptist church deacon, who, in 1905 patented a finger-nail clipper. Carter was secretary (and part owner) of the H.C. Cook Company of Ansonia, which was incorporated in 1903 as the H. T. Cook Machine. The company introduced the Gem Brand nail clipper in 1920.