Historic Deerfield Magazine: Spring 2002

Historic Deerfield Magazine: Spring 2002

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Historic Deerfield Magazine (Spring 2002) is a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Historic Deerfield.  Contained within the forty-eight pages are twelve articles covering different aspects of Historic Deerfield’s history. The topics discussed include the elm trees of Old Main Street, the Allen House, the furnishing of Deerfield by the Flynt family, William E. Gass, architect, the Oncklebag covered cup from the silver collection, the story of a wedding gown, Helen Flynt’s “Little Black Book”: the cryptic guide to the textile collection, the Memorial Libraries and the preservation of the “Mr. Darcy” portrait.  In addition, on a lighter note are the articles on the Flynt family’s journey from Connecticut to Canada on horseback and what was happening in 1952 when Historic Deerfield first came into being.

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