||Letter from the Publisher:
In which we answer, “Just what is the Hog River Journal?”
||A River Runs Under It: A Hog River History
By Sandy Wheeler and Nancy O. Albert
||Governor Greets College Girl:
Hartford’s Betty Powers meets Connecticut governor Raymond Baldwin. By Wm. Frank Mitchell
||Hill-Stead: A Colonial Revival Performance
A curator-to-curator conversation between Hill-Stead Museum’s Cindy Cormier and the Wadsworth Atheneum’s Tom Denenberg
||Tobacco Valley: Puerto Rican Farm Workers in Connecticut
By Ruth Glasser
||re: Collections: A “Tomitude”
Dawn C. Adiletta of the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center shows us
that product merchandising was big business more than 100 years
before Walt Disney and Harry Potter.
Eyewitness account of the Flood of ’36.
A music hall for silk mill workers returns to its roots.
||Soap Box: Mayor Eddie A. Perez has the last word.