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Mary Kingsbury Talcott (1847-1917)

Searching for the gravestone of Mariette Ripley led me to the discovery of the name of Mary Kingsbury Talcott. (Both women are buried in the same plot at Spring Grove Cemetery in Hartford.) I snapped the photo knowing that the name Talcott had historical significance in Hartford, but I am also interested in recording as many of the sandstone monuments that I can while they are still intact. 514 more words

Hartford

Portrait Session | The Small Twins

In honor of their 10th birthday this brother sister duo decided to do a quick portrait session. They were full of fun stories, great laughs and big smiles! 74 more words

Photography

Out of New York City

Manhattan is an endlessly fascinating city, with so much to see and do, but it is sometimes nice to escape the hustle and bustle, and you are somewhat spoiled for choice as to where to visit away from the city. 1,715 more words

Travel

Man kicks wife, throws children from cliff in front of a crowd of horrified spectators

June 21, 1930
New Haven, Connecticut
A man throws his wife and four children from a cliff before jumping to his own death

Raymond Sprang had been confined to the veteran’s hospital after being diagnosed with bipolar disorder (at the time referred to as “manic depression”). 321 more words

Newspaper Clippings

Church Stained Glass

Church Of The Good Shepard

Photograph previously published 7 more words
Photography

Serendipity

The perfect parking spot for an old truck. Serendipity.

Photograph previously published.

Photography