Spring 2020—Historic Preservation Outside the Box

Happy Spring! The Spring 2020 issue is full of surprising, quirky, and inspiring stories. From the discovery of the oldest Paleoindian site in Connecticut (and a nod to late state historian Brian Jones) to a celebration of modernist architect King-lui Wu, we’ve got fascinating historic preservation stories that are truly “outside the box,” including
  • Where to find the best historic neon and ghost signs
  • Artists who transformed the New Haven Clock Company factory in New Haven
  • One museum’s honest interpretation of its slave quarters
  • Green Book sites in New Haven, Waterbury, and New London
  • Where to find the iconic design work of Eliot Noyes
  • The surprising story behind Stratford’s Boothe Memorial Park, and more!



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