At Windsor Senior Center. Join Windsor Historical Society Archivist Michelle Tom for a fascinating photographic tour of Windsor’s changing streetscapes. This will be a trip down memory lane for some, as Michelle reveals rarely seen [...]
The Windsor House Tour, delayed for two years by the pandemic, returns in style this year on Saturday, June 18 from 10 AM to 4 PM! Featuring 11 properties throughout Connecticut’s historic first town, this [...]
A striking selection of beautifully and creatively furnished historic Windsor residences will be open for public touring. See homes from several centuries built in a variety of architectural styles.
When you visit the reinterpreted rooms of the Strong-Howard House, you will feel as if you had stepped into the Howards’ home. Not only will you have the opportunity to touch everything, snooping is encouraged. Want to try out the bed? Feel free. Want to look under the tablecloth? Go right ahead. But you might wonder about an item – why is this here?
"Aha!" moments occur in research when a combination of luck and hard work causes fragments of information to fall into place, answering one or a series of questions. One such moment led to the identification of the photographer of several hundred historic photographs in the Society's collections.
Here's an introduction to the residents of 96 Palisado Avenue in the year 1810: Captain Nathaniel Howard and his wife Ann, their daughter-in-law Nancy, granddaughter Annie, son George, and George's wife Sarah.
The 1790s and early 1800s were transformative years for craftsmen in the greater Hartford region of Connecticut. The area’s economy boomed in the 1790s and then quickly retracted during the run up to the [...]