Monthly Archives: October 2012

Connecticut Hall, c. 1752

One week ago today (October 16th, 2012) was the 311th anniversary of the founding of Yale University. I’m writing about this, partly because it’s an interesting point of local history, but also because there’s an account of saving an important … Continue reading

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Old Stone House Journal

Sometimes I wonder if my love for historic homes is a product of nature, or nurture. Or some synthesis thereof. My inner wiring is addicted to timelessness and continuity. And not only to appreciate that continuity, but somehow to enjoy … Continue reading

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