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06JUNE2010 060910MW04 HARTFORD,CT - The Butler-McCook House & Garden is one of four remaining 18th century structures still standing in Hartford and was home to four genrations who participated in, witnessed and recorded the evolution of Main Street between the American Revolution and the mid-twentieth century. The garden design by renowned planner Jacob Weidenmann (1865) is a quiet respite for city dwellers and looks unchanged from days gone by. Photo by Margaret Waage/Republican-American
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06JUNE2010 060910MW04 HARTFORD,CT - The Butler-McCook House & Garden is one of four remaining 18th century structures still standing in Hartford and was home to four genrations who participated in, witnessed and recorded the evolution of Main Street between the American Revolution and the mid-twentieth century. The garden design by renowned planner Jacob Weidenmann (1865) is a quiet respite for city dwellers and looks unchanged from days gone by. Photo by Margaret Waage/Republican-American