Newsletter


 

The Society’s newsletter, "River & Sound", is published twice a year and is free with a year's paid membership. Originally, like many New England communities, the town of Old Lyme was centered on farming, fishing, and shipping. But it was also a crossroads of commerce on the east bank of the Connecticut River, and assumed a role beyond the size of its population or economic strength. The relative stability of the town has endowed it with an accessible history, carefully preserved in the attics and basements, living rooms and photo albums of many residents.

Advertising backdrop Old Lyme Grange ca 1928

 

Previous Newsletters:

 

Issue 1 Winter 2006
Issue 2 Winter 2007
Issue 3 Winter 2008
Issue 4 Summer 2008
Issue 5 Winter 2009
Issue 6 Summer 2009
Issue 7 Winter 2010
Issue 8 Summer 2010
Issue 9 Winter 2011
Issue 10 Summer 2011
Issue 11 Spring 2012
Issue 12 Winter 2013
Issue 13 Autumn 2013
Issue 14 Spring 2014
Issue 15 Summer 2014
Issue 16 Autumn 2014
Issue 17 Winter 2014
Issue 18 Spring 2015