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Florence Griswold

by Carolyn Wakeman Feature Image: LYME Receipt Book, printed by G. A. Smith Steam Print, Lyme, Conn., 1886. Courtesy Carolyn Wakeman…

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Midway through Rev. William B. Cary’s leather-bound autograph book, Florence Griswold (1850–1937) and her sisters inscribed their names. They also…

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Women in Old Lyme debated the merits of granting women the right to vote. Read more to learn about a…

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by Carolyn Wakeman  Featured photo, above: Florence Griswold, “Moonlight.” Postcard inscribed to Helen Clark, 1905. LHSA   Editor’s Note: Visitors…

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In the cultivated wildness of their flower gardens, local artists showcased their delight in color, pattern, and form. According to…

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Although Florence Griswold’s unique role in the history of American art has been well documented, we have known surprisingly little…

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