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Monday, December 11, 2017

The Greenwich Historical Society Will Undergo a Major Renovation

Greenwich, Connecticut, in 1910. Greenwich, Connecticut, in 1910. Wikipedia

The Greenwich Historical Society will undergo a $13.5 million renovation that will involve combining its three lots into one and turning a historic, two-story home into a visitor center. The Historical Society aims to bring the complex back to the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries, when American Impressionism flourished. Childe Hassam, one of the best known artists of the period, even painted the home that will become the Historical Society’s visitor center.

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