Connecticut, The Home of E.C. Converse, Greenwich, c1908

The United States was slow to adopt modern architecture styles in the 20th century, and Connecticut was no exception. With its deep Puritan roots, the state�s designers had been reluctant to build opulent structures. However, with the vast increase in wealth and evolving technology that followed the Civil War, Connecticut architecture began to adapt to the changing times, albeit in its own unique ways.

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Connecticut, The Home of E.C. Converse, Greenwich, c1908

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