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Located on Long Island Sound at the mouth of the Connecticut River, Fenwick was settled in the 1890s by well-to-do families from Hartford, and later received distinction as the favored home of Katharine Hepburn and her family. The freethinking Hepburns brought an enlivening counterpoint to Hartford's business culture. Little's memories paint a vibrant and colorful portrait of Fenwick, bringing the lazy days of summer to life from sailing in a family boat to Saturday night picnics and, most importantly, relief from the bustling city days.
A celebration of the place and its people, Home in Fenwick shows the evolution of a summer place and brilliantly documents the changing social landscape over multiple generations for all to enjoy.
|Publication Date||February 14, 2008|
|Primary Category||Biography & Autobiography/Personal Memoirs|