Information on buildings and structures of historical significance either due to the architect who designed it, the uniqueness of its style, the occupant(s) who resided in it or event(s) that occurred there.
Historic structures must be located within the city of Hartford, Connecticut.
Artistic community and literary colony so named because of the nook in the Park River which ran past the property. It became a haven for the Beecher family, among them and most notably, Harriet Beecher Stowe, the author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin'."
Submissions must specifically relate to Nook Farm in Hartford, Connecticut.
Designed by Charles Bulfinch and built in 1796, the Old State House in Hartford, Connecticut is the oldest state house in the nation and is a registered National Landmark.