This award is named for Betty M. Linsley, history teacher, librarian, archivist, and genealogist. It honors Linslely’s work in promoting the study, teaching, and preservation of Connecticut history.
ASCH invites nominations for this award to recognize the best work on a significant aspect of Connecticut’s history published by, for, or on behalf of a Connecticut historical society or organization in 2012. Works that are eligible include monographs, articles, exhibitions, films, television programs, cassette tapes or DVDs, finding aids, or guides to manuscript collections, subject bibliographies, etc. Also considered will be persons or organizations whose achievements as a whole, rather than a specific work, merit recognition.
The award will be presented at the annual meeting of the Association in November, 2013. Works may be nominated by the author or by someone other than the author.
A copy or detailed description of the work with images and a letter of nomination must be sent by June 30, 2013 to:
Peter P. Hinks
311 Church Street
Wethersfield, CT 06109
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