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Monday, June 26, 2017

Colonial Kitchen / Living - Photograph

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This is 6 of 7 posts of photographs that I took during a recent trip to Putnam Memorial State Park in Redding, CT.

7. MUSEUM – This building contains exhibits and historical materials including artifacts unearthed at the campsite during archaeological excavations. The museum was built in 1921 by long time Redding Town Historian Margaret Wixted’s father. This building replaced the original museum housed on the second floor of the old 1893 Pavilion. Park Guides are present to tell visitors about the park and answer questions. Hours are posted at the park gates or at the Visitor Center.

This is my entry for this week's Tuesday's Treasures.

3 comments:

Tom said...

...Anne, there is always a certain romance to these looks back to simpler times, but I wonder if we could live like this today. I treasure the history that these museum showcase for us. Thanks so much for sharing today.

Mascha said...

I've alway's dreamed to cook a soup in a pot over the open fire...
Have a nice time

bettyl-NZ said...

Great reminders of how easy we have life now with our modern appliances!