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Hidden History of New Haven

Hidden History of New Haven

New Haven’s celebrated history often overshadows its fascinating past. It was home to America’s first woman dentist, an architect who designed the tallest twin towers in the world and a medical student who used toy parts to create an artificial heart pump. The city is noted as home to a world class university, the first African American to receive a PhD degree and the man who gave most common dinosaurs their names. New Haven’s rich and fascinating cultural legacies make it a treasured New England city.

This event - presented with regard to the Cheshire 325 observance - will be hosted by Robert and Kathleen Hubbard.  Robert is a retired professor at Albertus Magnus College. Kathleen is a retired teacher from the Middletown public school system. They are the authors of Images of America: Middletown, Legendary Locals of Middletown and Hidden History of Middlesex County. In addition, Robert is the author of Images of America: Glastonbury and Connecticut’s Deadliest Tornadoes.

Please register online or call 203-272-2245.

Tuesday, December 3, 2019
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Mary Baldwin Room, Main Level
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