93 p. front., plates, ports. 24 cm
Privately printed memoir of author Cora Smith Gould, a descendant of the Vaill family, one of the early settlers in the town of Litchfield, CT. " ...being a history of a flood of released recollections, the resurrection of old letters and photographs pertaining to Litchfield and the Vaill homestead covering a past dating from 1867 to 1876 in which I was vitally interested, an unabridged past dating from 1876 to 1915, an interim of two years, when by some strange decree of fate it was ordained that I should spend the summer months close by the spot on which Julia last tread the earth, and where her soul took flight, a fitting atmosphere in where to gather these stray leaves within the confines of these covers to the memory of Julia and for auld lang syne," by Cora Smith Gould
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Gould, Cora Smith, 1855-. “If a house could talk.” Rare Books. WCSU Archives, 9 Oct. 2019. Accessed on the Web: 18 Nov. 2019.
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