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1918 Ad Colt Patent Firearms Revolvers Pistols Machine Guns Hartford Connecticut

1918 Ad Colt Patent Firearms Revolvers Pistols Machine Guns Hartford Connecticut

Trinity College is a private, liberal arts college in Hartford, Connecticut. Founded in 1823, it is the second-oldest college in the state of Connecticut after Yale University.

Virtual Advent Tour: Reading by Firelight (Dec. 10)

Hi! Welcome to Random Magic Tour - The Coven. This is the official site for Sasha Soren, author of Random Magic. We do a weekly collective gallery of cute reading nook images, called Book Nooks, and you're welcome to browse some images or to participate here, if you like: Book Nooks For this stop on Virtual Advent Tour 2011, we thought it'd be fun to enjoy some winter-related book nooks and winter palaces, so below we have some pretty images you might enjoy. All of the images will be related…

Holy Land USA: The Abandoned Christian Theme Park

Holy Land USA, Waterbury – Damned Connecticut

We've all seen it while driving along either Route 8 or I-84 through Waterbury: the huge corss high atop Pine Hill. Many already know about it, but the 50-foot high cross marks the spot that was once Holy Land USA.

Pedestrian Bridge - Devil's Hopyard State Park, East Haddam, Ct.

Light and Landscapes

Travel and fine art landscape photography by John Caplis.

Historic Charter Oak Tree – Connecticut Photo Journal - Moomettes Magnificents

Wordless Wednesday Scion from the original historic Charter Oak tree planted in 1871 by the Governor

Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Building | 1964 | Hartford, Connecticut | Harrison and Abramovitz | photo by Joseph W. Molitor

The Troubled Search: The Work of Max Abramovitz - The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery

The Cathedral of St. Joseph in Hartford, Connecticut, is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford. Dedicated on May 15, 1962, it stands on the site of the old cathedral destroyed by fire on December 31, 1956.

The Cathedral of St. Joseph in Hartford, Connecticut, is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford. Dedicated on May 15, 1962, it stands on the site of the old cathedral destroyed by fire on December 31, 1956.

Cove Warehouse at Cove Park overlooking the Wethersfield Cove in the Connecticut River. Operated by Wethersfield Historical Society and open seasonally to visitors interpreting our maritime past. Come find out the mystery of the red onion! www.wethist.org

Barn From Below

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Hartford , Connecticut

Hartford , Connecticut

Historic Union Station in Hartford, Connecticut
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Historic Union Station in Hartford, Connecticut

Goodwin One Room Schoolhouse, East Hartford, CT  Built as a private school for the Goodwin Family c.1821. Donated to the Town of East Hartford. Moved to Martin Park in 1976.
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Goodwin_One_Room_Schoolhouse

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