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On the Road with the Haddam Historical Society: Squabble Hollow

By Elizabeth Hart Malloy, Executive Director, HHS. Squabble Hollow The unusual buildings located at 660 Killingworth Road have a somewhat story- book history. Known by many...

Demolition of the Leverett Spencer House

Demolition of the Leverett Spencer House By Elizabeth Hart Malloy, Executive Director, Haddam Historical Society. The owner of 140 Dublin Hill Road has reapplied to Planning...

Help the Haddam Historical Society WIN a POP-UP grant

Submitted by Haddam Historical Society. Help the Haddam Historical Society WIN a POP-UP grant from the Community Foundation of Middlesex County! It’s as simple as 1, 2,...

On the Road with the Haddam Historical Society: The Cyrus and David Hubbard House

Submitted by Elizabeth Hart Malloy, Executive Director, Haddam Historical Society. The Cyrus and David Hubbard House at 91 Little City Road is one of Haddam’s...

Haddam Historical Society announces Scholarship Applications now available

Submitted by Elizabeth Hart Malloy, Executive Director. The Haddam Historical Society is pleased to announce it is again offering a $500 scholarship to a resident...

On the Road with the Haddam Historical Society: Maynard’s Fish House

Submitted by Elizabeth Malloy, Executive Director Maynard’s Fish House Long-time Higganum resident William A. Maynard (1884-1960) was a successful entrepreneur in many different concerns including real...

On the Road with the Haddam Historical Society: The Stone Buildings of Haddam

Submitted by Elizabeth Hart Malloy, Executive Director, Haddam Historical Society Haddam is well known for its granite-gneiss quarries on both the east and west sides...

On the Road with HHS: Three Oaks Restaurant

Submitted by Elizabeth Hart Malloy, Exec. Dir., HHS. The Three Oaks Restaurant, located on Killingworth Road, was established in the mid-1940s by Frank Hrbek who...