On April 19th, the Connecticut League of History Organizations (CLHO) presented 11 Awards of Merit at their annual business meeting, honoring 10 projects and one individual.
Congratulations to everyone – we are particularly proud that more than half of the winning projects received CTH funding, shown in bold below!
- American Clock and Watch Museum, Joseph Ives and the Looking Glass Clock
- Barnum Museum, Barnum’s Letters from Abroad: A Blog Series Based on P.T. Barnum’s 1845–1846 Copybook
- Chester Historical Society, These Few Lines: Chester in the Civil War as Depicted in the Correspondence between Willis and Nancie Ayers
- City of Norwalk Historical Commission, Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum, Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Mathews Park interpretive panels
- Connecticut Historical Society, “Communities in Action” and “Which Side Are You On?” distance learning programs
- Connecticut Historical Society, Common Struggle, Individual Experience: An Exhibition about Mental Health
- Friends of Wood Memorial Library, Nowashe Village
- Mattatuck Museum, history gallery reinterpretation
- Norwalk Historical Society, Norwalk’s Changing Communities, 13,000 BC to 1835
- Thompson Historical Society, The Nine Lives of No. 9
- Dr. Karl Peter Stofko