Hartford, Conn

April 1985
Yankee;Apr85, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p60
Hartford, Conn., the insurance capital of the world, is also a city with a proud architectural heritage: the buildings of old Hartford are almost without exception, extraordinary in their detail and elegance.


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