A Library of Congress Local Legacy: the Guilford Fair

Description

A history of the Guilford Fair by Guilford Town Historian Joel Helander

Publisher

The Library of Congress

Date

20YY-MM-DD

Coverage

Guiilford Fair

Spatial Coverage

From 1859 to 1968, the Guilford Fair was held on the Guilford Green. Beginning in 1969, the Fair relocated to the 30-acre Hunter Farm off Lover’s Lane. This is the location shown on the map below and reflected in the following categories:

South East District of the Village Center
Area_7 - South of Rt 146 (or south of that portion of Rt 1 which is east of the intersection with Rt 146) 
Guilford Historic Town Centre as listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Guilford, Connecticut 
Guilford, CT

See http://gks.omeka.net/structured-searches for definitions of these location categories and guidance on searching this site. 

Files

https://s3.amazonaws.com/omeka-net/25975/archive/files/7b962e8c5c29b694b07a024369112c34.pdf

Citation

“A Library of Congress Local Legacy: the Guilford Fair,” Guilford Keeping Society Archives, accessed July 14, 2020, http://gksarchives.org/items/show/22.

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