VOLUME 4 / NUMBER 1
IN THIS ISSUE: BUILT IT/ RAZED IT II
Hartford Neighborhoods Then & Now
Entire Farming Community Vanishes
Old Lyme Gal Gets a Makeover
Can Sam Colt Win Over the Park Service?
On the cover:
Inset post card: The Prior family at home on North Beacon Street in Hartford, 1906. Collection of Tomas J. Nenortas
Background photo: The Stavinskys in front of the same home today.
Photo: Karen O'Maxfield
||From the Publisher:
||Hartford: Then and Now.
By Nancy O. Albert, Tomas Nenortas, and Karen O'Maxfield
||A Valley Flooded to Slake the Capital Region's Thirst.
By Kevin Murphy
||40 and Fabulous: The National Historic Preservation Act.
By Mary M. Donohue
||Making a Success of Coltsville.
By William Hosley
||The Spirit of Miss Florence Restored.
By Liz Farrow
A Litchfield church, jilted at the altar, stages a comeback.
By Rachel D. Carley
The spotlight shines brightly on two vintage theaters.
By Gina Bacchiocchi
In a Neighborhood, A Boy's World.
By Walter E. SmithNoah Webster Slept Here. So Did I.
By Fredrick W. Hamilton
We've Got the Public Act. Now the Hard Work Begins.
By Helen Higgins
Historic holiday events not to be missed, Heroism in History conference, and more...