Tag Archives: Martha Willette Lewis

This Week in New Haven (April 11 – 17)


Flowers and many other things bloom in the week ahead. …

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Cover to Cover


The Institute Library, founded as the Apprentices’ Literary Association in 1826, has occupied the same narrow Chapel Street building since 1878. Its stairs are grooved by countless footfalls, its catalog cards softened by countless fingers. Unlike…

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Forget Them Not


Some names are universally recognized. Who hasn’t heard of Helen Keller, Walt Whitman, Christopher Columbus or Thomas Edison? Others are of more dubious fame…

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Wonders Wandered


Alfred Carlton Gilbert would approve.

When A. C. was around, the labyrinthine Fair Haven complex now dubbed Erector Square—after the iconic…

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