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  • Miller, Beth

    Published by Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts, Hartford CT, 2005

    Seller: PERIPLUS LINE LLC, Glastonbury, CT, U.S.A.
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    Paperback. Condition: Good+. Hartford CT: Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts, 2005 - near Very Good large format paperback - 12" tall x 9" - color & b\w portraits/photos - bibliography - light exterior and corner wear; otherwise no markingsv - 45 pages. 75 years Commemorative issue.

  • Beth Miller

    Published by The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts, Hartford, CT, 2005

    Seller: Frank J. Raucci, Bookseller, Wallingford, CT, U.S.A.
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    Paperback. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. A VERY GOOD, clean, tight copy. ILLUSTRATED in black-and-white photographs with accompanying descriptive captions. AN INFORMATIVE, REVEALING, NOSTALGIC, LITERARY AND VISUAL HISTORY OF THE MUCH-REVERED, BELOVED BUSHNELL CENTER IN HARTFORD, CT. From the Introduction: "The story of the Bushnell is a story of a daughter's love and civic duty, of collective effort and community commitment. The Grecian columns and gold dome of the Bushnell celebrate the history of the Hall, while the radiating spirals of the Chihuly chandelier, "Ode to Joy," celebrate the Hall's continued innovation and vision. The Bushnell has and continues to transcend the parts of which it is comprised to serve the city of Hartford. As an historic landmark, the Bushnell reflects Hartford's history as a defiant celebation of hope during the Depression and as a memorial it serves as a permanent tribute to Horace Bushnell, prolific writer, scholar, minister, civic leader, and beloved father. As a performing arts center the hall houses two theaters, a gallery, a cafe, classrooms, and multiple reception venues in which people perform, celebrate, and create memories. As a center for community engagement, the Bushnell creates and supports educational initiatives in conjunction with local schools, non-profits, and other institutions to employ art as an active learning tool. The Bushnell is a living, life-giving spirit in the city of Hartford." 45 pages. LBCMD4.