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Summer 2006
VOLUME 4 / NUMBER 3
IN THIS ISSUE:
GREAT ESCAPES & LANDSCAPES

 One of America’s First Female Game Wardens

Historic Gardens to Visit

Escapes To & From a Colonial Prison

Old Lyme: Inspiring Artists for 100 Years

On the cover:

Enjoying Hammonasset Beach State Park, 1938.
Private Collection.

Contents
pg 9 From the Publisher:
pg 10 Letters, etc.
pg 14 “Gosh, what’s the world coming to?” Connecticut’s First Female Game Warden.
By Mark Jones with Nancy O. Albert
pg 20 “Only waiting to be painted”: The Inspirational Landscape of Old Lyme.
By Joseph Newman
pg 26 Beatrix Farrand’s Connecticut Gardens.
By Paula Brisco
pg 32 Escape from New-Gate Prison
By Karin Peterson
pg 38 Written in Stone: How Connecticut’s Landscape Shapes our Lives
By Collin Harty
pg 44 Shoebox Archives
Hammonasset Beach State Park summers remembered
By Terry Gellin
pg 48 Destinations
Beardsley Zoo & Quassy Amusement Park.
By Jacqueline Grant
pg 51 Soapbox
Take a hike to discover Connecticut’s historic landscape.
By Patricia Pendergast
pg 52 Afterword
Special exhibitions and events to visit this summer.

 

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