Month: March 2020

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, granting American women the right to vote. The Greenwich Historical Society is celebrating this anniversary with the exhibition An...
To Greenwich Historical Society friends, members and supporters, Today, overlooking the quiet Cos Cob Harbor, I am sending my best wishes to you and your loved ones during an unprecedented period in...
Greenwich is connected to a number of literary and publishing figures, but did you know that former Greenwich resident Irving Bacheller helped to introduce the legendary fictional detective Sherlock Holmes to American...
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bailey Vanderhoef originally became interested in weaving as a hobby and became so involved in the process that Mr. Vanderhoef constructed a loom at their home, Wishing Woods,...
Leon Volkmar (1879–1959) was an American studio ceramicist whose pieces were deeply influenced by the forms and glaze colors of ceramics of the ancient world, many of which were rediscovered and popularized...