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Open House Day in Litchfield, Connecticut (2008)

by Lichfield Aid of CJR

Condition: FINE

Litchfield, CT: Litchfield Aid of CJR, 2008. Trade Paperback. FINE. As new except for faint shelfwear. Program for Sixty-First Annual; Open House Day Sponsored by the Litchfield Aid for the Benefit of Connecticut Junior Republic, Saturday, July 12, 2008. Photos and descriptions of Litchfield Green, John Collins House, Skinner Parsonage House, Shanti Bhavan (Peaceful Palace), Short Acre, Lone Tree Acres, Brookside Farm (Sugarhouse & Antique Tractor Collection), Thomas Catlin House, Haight-Brown Vineyard and more with walking map, committee lists and more. Plus a copy of the Salute to Sponsors brochure. 76 page, staple-bound, 9.5x6.25 (24.1x15.9cm).


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