101 Glimpses of New Haven

101 Glimpses of New Haven

by Colin M. Caplan
     
 

Located along the northern shore of scenic Long Island Sound, New Haven is perhaps best known for its diverse architectural history (it boasts every American style) and as an intellectual capital the city vied with Hartford to establish Yale University within its borders. In this pictorial history, Colin Caplan, author of A Guide to Historic New Haven, Connecticut

Overview


Located along the northern shore of scenic Long Island Sound, New Haven is perhaps best known for its diverse architectural history (it boasts every American style) and as an intellectual capital the city vied with Hartford to establish Yale University within its borders. In this pictorial history, Colin Caplan, author of A Guide to Historic New Haven, Connecticut and New Haven: Then and Now offers readers a glimpse into the character, elegance and bustle that define the city.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781596295407
Publisher:
History Press, The
Publication date:
08/15/2008
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
4.80(w) x 6.50(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author


Colin Caplan is author of Historical Guide to New Haven, Connecticut (The History Press, 2007) and New Haven Then & Now (Arcadia Publishing, 2006). He is on the New Haven Preservation Trust Board and is a member of the New Haven Museum & Historical Society. An architectural designer with a Masters in Architecture from Tulane, he is founder and manager of Magrisso Forte, a New Haven based consulting company that is dedicated to creating awareness of the city's cultural resources through economic development and historic documentation. He also acts as a tour guide for New Haven and archives vintage Connecticut photography.

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