Landmarks of Glastonbury CT
Our historic rendering features three Landmarks of Glastonbury: the Historical Society Museum, Welles Turner Memorial Library and The Ferry.
The Historical Society Museum’s building was completed in 1840 and served as the Town Hall for 100 years.
The Library is named for Harriet Welles (married to Sturgis P. Turner). Upon her death in 1941, her will provided for a public library to be built and maintained on the site of her former home, and it was dedicated in 1952.
The Rocky Hill – Glastonbury Ferry is a seasonal ferry crossing the Connecticut River and is believed to be the oldest continuously operated ferry service in the U.S.
Reminiscent of a fine old English engraving, our Antique scenes offer a most distinctive and professional gift of luxury. Well suited for display in either home or office, they are a source of pride for both sender and receiver. The paperweight is bordered in black and has a felt bottom. Picture, mirror and wood box are all matted with an antique white mat featuring blue and gold trim. Mirrors and pictures are ready to hang. Boxes include quality brass fittings. Proudly made in America.