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Spring 2010
VOLUME 8 / NUMBER 2IN THIS ISSUE: Facing Hard Times

Helping Starving Artists in the Great Depression

Smuggling Along Connecticut’s Coastline

Becoming Connecticut’s First Female Lawyer

Twain Goes Out With Halley’s Comet

Pulling Together At Home & At War

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On the cover: The Gworek family of Wethersfield faced hard times during World War II.
Photo courtesy of Thomas J. Gworek

Contents
Features
Pg 12
A Helping Hand for Starving Artists.
By Mark H. Jones & Diane Pflugrad Foley
Pg 18
The Great Depression: Aid and Comfort, Connecticut Style.
By Carl J. Schneider & Dorothy Schneider
Pg 22
Peter Paul’s Path to Sweet Success.
By Gregg Pugliese
pg 28
Connecticut in the Golden Age of Smuggling.
By Thomas M. Truxes
pg 34
Mary Hall: Breaking the Legal Barrier.
By Elizabeth Warren
Departments
pg 8

Hog River Journal

pg 10

Letters, etc.

pg 12

A Helping Hand for Starving Artists. By Mark H. Jones & Diane Pflugrad Foley

pg 18 The Great Depression: Aid and Comfort, Connecticut Style. By Carl J. Schneider & Dorothy Schneider
pg 22 Peter Paul’s Path to Sweet Success. By Gregg Pugliese
pg 28 Connecticut in the Golden Age of Smuggling. By Thomas M. Truxes
pg 34 Mary Hall: Breaking the Legal Barrier. By Elizabeth Warren

pg 40

Destination: Mark Twain Comes in & Goes Out with Halley’s Comet. By Marshall S. Berdan
pg 42 re: Collections: Hard Times Tokens. By David Corrigan
pg 44 Shoebox Archives: Pulling Together, At Home. By Thomas J. Gworek with Jordyn A. Sims
pg 45 Shoebox: Archives: Pulling Together, At War. By Kjell Tollefsen with Jordyn A. Sims
pg 46 Soapbox: The Naugatuck Valley Project. By Jeremy Brecher
pg 47 Spotlight: Events & News from Partner Organizations
pg 50 Afterword

 

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