SAH Archipedia: New Connecticut Entries and Thematic Essays

by SAH News | Oct 26, 2021

Fifty new Connecticut entries have been added to SAH Archipedia, along with two new thematic essays: Prefabricated Modernism in New London, Connecticut by Douglas Royalty, and New Canaan Modernism by Patricia Seto-Weiss. This Connecticut content was written under the guidance of state coordinator Emily Chace Morash.  

Photo: Winslow Ames House. Credit Michael J. Waters.

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