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|Mad for Moderns|
|Connecticut Says “Lights, Camera, Action!”|
|The Metal House with Mettle|
On the cover: Left to right: Bowen House, photo: Robert Gregson; Olympia Diner, photo: Robert Gregson; Mr Blandings Builds His Dream House, © RKO Radio Pictures; a Lustron House, photo: Robert Gregson
Modernism in Connecticut
Our most Modern architecture.
Photographs and text by Robert Gregson
Connecticut’s Star Turn in Film
The state sets the scene in movies old and new.
By Jeanine Basinger
A Hip Road Trip
Berlin’s “Gasoline Alley” still thrills.
By Mary M. Donohue
The Modernism of Theodate Pope
Mining the past, an architect breaks with tradition.
By James F. O’Gorman
Metal Homes for the Atomic Age
Sleek and stylish, prefab Lustron houses called Connecticut home.
By Stacey Vairo
Hog River Journal
Modernism in Connecticut. Photographs and text by Robert Gregson
|pg 18||Connecticut’s Star Turn in Film. By Jeanine Basinger|
|pg 24||A Hip Road Trip. By Mary M. Donohue|
|pg 30||The Modernism of Theodate Pope. By James F. O’Gorman|
|pg 36||Metal Homes for the Atomic Age. By Stacey Vairo|
|Shoebox Archives: Modern in Manchester. By Mary Dunne|
|pg 44||The Answer Is Risom! By Mary Dunne|
|pg 46||Philip Johnson in His Own Words. By Elizabeth Normen|
|pg 47||Soapbox: City Seeks Reunion in Alternative I-84 By Tom Condon|
|pg 48||Spotlight: Events & News from Partner Organizations|