Harriet Welles Turner Burnham (1856-1931) left money for the creation of the Welles-Turner Memorial Library in Glastonbury, CT. Enjoy this photo essay of the library’s external architecture.
This month’s library post features the South Glastonbury Public Library. Regular readers of this blog may remember that last month I shared photos of the East Glastonbury Public Library. When you see this sign on the main thoroughfare, obey that… Read More ›
Yesterday I picked up items on hold at the public library in Old Lyme, Connecticut. I’m happy to introduce you to the Old Lyme Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library. It was built in 1898 and has had some additions over the… Read More ›
Have you heard of Fitz-Greene Halleck?
He was known as America’s Byron.
You’d think with a weighty title like that most English majors would know about him.
I hadn’t heard of him until I moved to Guilford, CT and started digging around in the library for some local literary history.