THE CONNECTICUT QUARTERLY – AN ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE – FOUR VOLS. 1895-1898

THE CONNECTICUT QUARTERLY – AN ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE – FOUR VOLS. 1895-1898
Devoted to the Literature,History and Picturesque Features of CONNECTICUT

Four Volume Set — Volume I- January, 1895 to December 1895 — 410 pages — Volume II – January to December, 1896 — 404 pages — Volume III – January to December, 1897 — 512 pages Volume IV — January to December, 1898 — 432 pages

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Good, tight bindings, 3/4 red leather with cloth boards, EX-LIB with minimal marks – spine of Volume IV has a tear as seen. An unbelievable wealth of information of history of towns, genealogies etc. I kept this set in my collection since it has articles on New Preston and Lake Waramaug (where my bookshop was located from 1995-2002) as well as Washington, CT.  Other towns include (but not limited to on a quick look): Middletown; Salisbury; Norwich; Bridgeport; Enfield; Lebanon; Meriden; Norwalk; Suffield; Simsbury
And there is a wealth of historical articles on various history subject and many, many Black and White photographs. You should not be disappointed with the content. Above shows the tear to spine of Volume IV

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Title page of Volume I – typical of all four volumes

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article on Lake Waramaug, my shop was around the corner from the photo, on the waterfall

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article on Washington, Conn.

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I also have a large number of single issues of CONNECTICUT MAGAZINE from the late 1890s to early 1900s. If there are any issues you need, let me know, and I will check to see if I have that issue.

$85 – Order Number eb729
Shipping –  $12 – Very Heavy
packaged in cardboard with tracking
click on this link to order

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