This cooperative project of the Greater Hartford Arts Council and The Globe Pequot Press brings together 20 beautiful photos of the great historic buildings of Connecticut's capital city. The Mark Twain House, the Harriet Beecher Stowe House, and the Wadsworth Atheneum are among the sites featured in this postcard book. The postcards are perforated at the binding for easy use.
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Founded in 1635 on the banks of the Connecticut River, Hartford is New England's oldest inland settlement. It's a city rich in historic landmarks, museums, and cultural artifacts, exquisitely captured here by Connecticut photographer Jack McConnell. These twenty postcards reveal the beauty of Hartford's heritage from colonial era houses and old-fashioned carousels to unique secret gardens. Each postcard is yours to treasure, to share, or to send.
Jack McConnell is an award-winning photographer who has worked for Fortune 500 clients across the United States and Europe for over 30 years. He frequently exhibits his personal photography in New England, and donates photography services to many arts and human services groups. Jack makes his home in Wethersfield, Connecticut, but in the summer can be found on his tugboat in Islesboro, Maine.no author
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