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THE LITCHFIELD COUNTY TIMES MONTHLY
Pashmina's, Roses Marry To Make Elegant Bedfellows
The Litchfield County Times
LCT Monthly
New Milford, Connecticut
April 2017


Creative Beauty
The Register Citizen
Torrington, Connecticut
April 9, 2017


Where's Wallace? An Artist's Journey from Watercolors to E-Books
The Independent Community News
New Hartford, Connecticut
November 7, 2014


http://www.countytimes.com/articles/2013/10/24/l_c_t_monthly
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Carol Wallace's Focus: Preservation Through Paintbr>
Wallace's Transcontinental Effort to 'Preserve America'
The Litchfield County Times
LCT MONTHLY (Centerpiece)
New Milford, Connecticut
October 6, 2013


Local Artist Carol Wallace Preserves History
Local Artist Wallace Pens Satirical E-book
The Sunday Republican
Waterbury, Connecticut
November 11, 2012


Town Celebrates Birthday, Designation as a Preserve America Community
Simsbury Post
Simsbury, Connecticut
June 15, 2007


http://articles.courant.com/2007-06-01/news/
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Gala To Mark Heritage Tourism
Simsbury, Connecticut's 375th Birthday
Hartford Courant
Hartford, Connecticut
June 1, 2007


http://www.preserveamerica.com/press/07-06-06-Simsbury-life.html
A Colorful Way To Promote Town: Main Street Partnership Begins Heritage Tourism Campaign
(Simsbury's 375th Birthday)
Simsbury Life
Simsbury, Connecticut
June 2007


Barkhamsted Artist Paints America 
An All-American Artist's Tale
The Winsted Journal
Winsted, Connecticut
December 22, 2006


Paintings Crafted With Historic Passion
Artist 'preserves' American Scenes
Republican-American
Waterbury, Connecticut
January 26, 2006


American Pride
License Magazine
January 2005


Class of 2003. An ongoing series profiling
the stationery industry's newest additions
Class of 2003
Giftware News
Yearly profile of the best of the stationery's newest additions.
Carol Wallace listed as "one of two artists worth watching this year.


Carol Wallace and Preserve America
The Pen Woman Magazine
National League of American Pen Women
Washington, D.C.
June 2000


Life 'On The Farm'
New Show At The Silo Begins (Celebrating American Farmland Trust's 20th Anniversary)
Depicts Agrarian Heritage
Housatonic Publications
New Milford, Connecticut 
April 28, 2000


Preservation Is In The Cards
The News & Observer
Raleigh, North Carolina
March 5, 2000


http://www.preserveamerica.com/press/press_nyt.html
Arts in America
From Barns to Barbershops, History in a Small Format
The New York Times
New York, New York
February 10, 2000


Personal Experience by Carol Wallace: Coast Guard Art
Society of Illustrators Bulletin
Society of Illustrators
December/January 2000


Barkhamsted Artist Preserves Memories
Wallace's Cards 'Record Heartbeat'
Barkhamsted Artist Preserves Memories
LCT
The Litchfield County Times
New Milford, Connecticut
December 10, 1999


Local Artist Carol Wallace Preserves History
Local Artist Carol Wallace Preserves History
The Winsted Journal
Winsted, Connecticut
December 10, 1999


Crane & Company, Excelsior and artist Carol Wallace team up for Preserve America
The Advocate
North Adams, Massachusetts
November 3, 1999


http://www.preserveamerica.com/press/press_btc.html
Crane, Artist Collaborate on "Preserve America' Line
Arts and Culture
Berkshire Trade & Commerce
North Adams, Massachusetts
November 1999


New Note Cards Feature Historic Places
Artist Teams Up With Crane & Company
The Berkshire Eagle
Pittsfield, Massachusetts
October 10, 1999


http://www.preserveamerica.com/press/98-03-15-heads-above.html
Heads Above The Crowd: Artist Depicts County Sites
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
March 15, 1998


Artists donate prancing ponies print to Carousel Museum
Hartford Courant
Hartford, Connecticut
January 24, 1998


Jim Thorpe gains place in the Smithsonian
The Times News
Leighton, Pennsylvania
January 21, 1998


http://www.preserveamerica.com/press/1997-historic-passion.html
Paintings Crafted With Historic Passion
Artist 'preserves' American Scenes:
Painter in Barkhamsted is criss-crossing this country in hopes of preserving America's history and culture through her artwork
Republican-American
Waterbury, Connecticut
1997


Artist Captures World's Eye
The Register Citizen
Torrington, Connecticut
October 19, 1997


Picture Perfect Idea: Artist Helps Create Cards of Note
Series features drawings of historic valley landmarks
"There are some good things about the good old days." Carol A. Wallace
Hartford Courant
Hartford, Connecticut
July 21, 1997


Historical buildings captured in unique series of note cards
Cape May Star And Wave
Cape May, New Jersey
July 1997


Carol Wallace offers watercolor, "Shad Run Cookout"
Shad Fest, Lambertville, New Jersey April 26-27
The Beacon
Lambertville, New Jersey
April 17, 1997


Making A Difference - Barkhamsted artist depicts regional culture
Making A Difference: Barkhamsted artist depicts regional culture 
Local artist Carol Wallace believes "art preserves yesterday for tomorrow." 
The Register Citizen 
Torrington, Connecticut
Sunday, December 15, 1996


Card line captures scenes around the region
Card line captures scenes around the region
THE INTELLIGENCER RECORD
Doylestown, Pennsylvania
November 19, 1996


For Carol Wallace, Her Line of Greeting Cards is a
Labor of Love Preserving history in series of sketches

For Carol Wallace, her line of greeting cards is a labor of love
Preserving history in series of sketches
Philadelphia Inquirer
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Sunday, May 12, 1996


Back from New England, Artist Makes Cards of Bucks County
New Hope Gazette
New Hope, Pennsylvania
May 9, 1996


Local Artist Draws on Her Roots
The Register Citizen
Torrington, Connecticut
April 17, 1996


Tour Guide of Litchfield Hills Now Available
Litchfield Touring by Car, Foot, Boat, Bike Guide
(Illustrated by Carol Wallace)
Town Times
Watertown, Connecticut 
April 11, 1996


Country Stores Preserved in Poster
The Telegraph
Nashua, New Hampshire
October 26, 1995


Dean Presented Posters Depicting Country Stores
Dean Presented Posters Depicting Country Stores
The Newport Daily Express
Newport, Vermont 
September 21, 1995


Honoring the Ordinary of Vermont -
New Poster Highlights Small Town General Store

Honoring The Ordinary of Vermont
New Poster Highlights Small Town General Stores
Rutland Daily Herald
Rutland, Vermont 
September 18, 1995


Vermont's Country Stores Honored
The Caledonian-Record
Plymouth, Vermont
September 18, 1995


Artists Head To Vermont To Present Posters
Artists Head To Vermont To Present Posters
Hartford Courant
Hartford, Connecticut
September 15, 1995


Vermont Country Stores are Celebrated on Poster
Hartford Courant
Hartford, Connecticut
September 14, 1995


Vermont Country Stores Treasured
Sun Telegram
Worcester, Massachusetts
September 10, 1995


Country Stores Immortalized. Connecticut Pair Puts Vt. Stores On Poster
Country Stores Immortalized
The Times Argus
Barre-Montpelier, Vermont
August 28, 1995


Artist and Writer Collaborate on Vermont Country Stores Poster
The Harwinton Voice
Harwinton, Connecticut
July 13. 1995


Preserving Vermont's Country Stores
Arts & Entertainment
The Register Citizen Arts & Entertainment
Torrington, Connecticut 
June 28, 1995


Artist and Writer Celebrate Flavor of Country Stores
The Waterbury Republican
Waterbury, Connecticut
June 25, 1995


http://www.preserveamerica.com/press/
95-06-23-remember-getchells.html

Remember Getchell's? Yutzlers? A Country Store Way of Life is Ending
The Litchfield County Times
New Milford, Connecticut
June 23, 1995


The Carousel News and Trader
Artist Donates #1 LE prancing ponies print to
New England Carousel Museum.
May 1995


Career Sill in Line for Watercolor Artist
The Register Citizen
Torrington, Connecticut
December 28, 1994


Artists band together to put work on display
Litchfield Art Guild gives members a place to show their art, show new styles.
Waterbury Republican-American
Waterbury, Connecticut
1994


Carol Wallace to Demonstrate Today in Winsted
The Register Citizen
Torrington, Connecticut
November 11, 1993


Carol Wallace's Paintings in Kent Gallery
The Register Citizen
Torrington, Connecticut
November 1992


Local Artist Carol Wallace Preserves History
The Winsted Journal
Winsted, Connecticut
December 10, 1991


11 Artists Create Gallery in Litchfield
The New York Times
New York, New York
October 13, 1991


Area Artists OpenLitchfield Cooperative Gallery
Carol Wallace and Kermit Adler hang work in the newly opened Art Guild Gallery on West Street
The Register Citizen
Torrington, Connecticut
July 26, 1991


Art Can Be Wearable
Artist Carol Wallace of Barkhamsted models an original dress design incorporating a floral design inspired by one of her paintings. (It is part of an art/fashion show held by Atelier Art Gallery)
The Register Citizen
Torrington, Connecticut
June 9, 1989


An Artist's Diversity
The Newtown Bee
Newtown, Connecticut
May 20, 1989


The Easter Egg as a Vocation and as Art
The Great Eggsposition at Atelier Gallery
The New York Times
New York, New York
March 28, 1989


Parade of Wearable Art
Newtown Bee
Newtown, Connecticut
Jan 17, 1989


http://www.preserveamerica.com/press/88-11-13-notecards.html 
Barkhamsted Artist Captures Landmarks on Note Cards
The New York Times
New York, New York
November 13, 1988


Wallace: Not Just Note Cards
The Sunday Republican
Waterbury, Connecticut
March 20, 1988


The Balancing Act--How Do Women Do It?
Hartford Woman
Hartford, Connecticut
December 1987


Wallace Draws Familiar Scenes
Imprint Newspapers
Simsbury, Connecticut
November 29, 1987


Barkhamsted Illustrator's Cards Chronicle County
The Litchfield County Times
New Milford, CT
June 12, 1987


Sketches Help Fund Projects At Beardsley & Memorial Library
Register Citizen
Torrington, Connecticut
March 1987


Artist's Work Has Spirit of It's Own
(Wine Labels for Hopkins Vineyard by Carol Wallace)
The Register Citizen
Torrington, Connecticut
January 12, 1986


Warren Winery Presents Show
Litchfield County Times
New Milford, Connecticut
June 7, 1985


The Governor and Saint James
Actress and Litchfield resident Susan Saint James and Governor Bill O'Neill share a laugh with a well-wisher at last week's gala premiere of the new "Better Yet Connecticut" commercials at the Marriott Hotel in Farmington
New Canaan Advertiser
New Canaan, Connecticut
January 14, 1984


Connecticut Goes Hollywood
Connecticut Goes Hollywood
Norwich Bulletin
Norwich, Connecticut 
January 8, 1984


Stars Shine in State Promotion
Valley Press
Simsbury, Connecticut
January 5, 1984


Calendar Features Connecticut Residents
The Litchfield County Times
New Milford, Connecticut
December 30, 1983


State Calendar is 'Better Yet'
Milford Citizen
Milford, Connecticut
December 13, 1983


http://www.preserveamerica.com/press/83-9-26-stars-turn-out.html
Stars Turn Out For State Plug
Record-Journal
Meriden, Connecticut
September 26, 1983


Susan Saint James Turns on Charm for Connecticut
Middletown Times
Middletown, Connecticut
September 20, 1983


State promotion brings (Skitch) Henderson to Warren
Skitch Henderson takes a break from the filming of a Better Yet Connecticut commercial in Warren Tuesday. The band leader and 21 musicians from the Hartford and New Haven symphony orchestras and Yale Summer School of Music in Norfolk filmed a segment of a state promotional commercial. (They were on a high hill overlooking Lake Waramaug.)
Winsted Citizen
Winsted, Connecticut
August 6, 1983


Skitch Henderson Leads Musicians for Promotional Film
Skitch Henderson Leads Musicians For Prominent Film
The Litchfield County Times
LCT Magazine
New Milford, Connecticut
August 5, 1983


Symphony for Connecticut
Waterbury Republican
Waterbury, CT
August 3, 1983


Better Set Connecticut
"Better Yet Connecticut" ads feature Megan and Mario Van Peebles in 
Wickham Park
Journal Enquirer
Manchester, Connecticut
August 1983


Better Yet, Bring Your Own Trout (or 2) Along
Rick Wallace finally hooks his fish for the camera. Joe Piza, fish biologist of environmental protection, walks away with the can that held the planted catch. Bathers and low midsummer waters were problems enough. So the trout in Diana's Pool in the Natchez River didn't jump at the lure of starring in a "BYC" segment. But a couple of ambitious extras, spurred on by a slick TV crew, did. 
Hartford Courant
Hartford, Connecticut
July 31, 1983


TV spot on tourism to show Diana's Pool
Focusing on Rick Wallace fishing in the Natchaug River is WFSB cameraman Bruce Murray. A few moments later Wallace pulled a 3-pound out of Dians's Pool.
The Chronicle
Willimantic, Connecticut
July 26, 1983


On Location
Essex Railroad was the setting of a Better Yet Connecticut commercial Tuesday starring actress Susan Saint James, a Litchfield resident.
The 30-second announcement shows her with her baby, Charles Duncan Ebersol, who was born at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital.
The Register Citizen
Torrington, Connecticut
July 22, 1983


Films Show Place For All Seasons -- Actress Promoting State
Susan Saint James prepares to do her bit for the State
New Haven Register
New Haven, Connecticut
July 20, 1983


http://www.preserveamerica.com/press/83-07-11-tv-ad.html
TV Ad Will Promote State Tourism
The Register Citizen
Torrington, Connecticut
July 11, 1983
AND
Local woman's TV ad promote's tourism
Winsted Citizen
Winsted, Connecticut
July 12, 1983
****Long story in two newspapers about the beginning of the BYC ad campaign


**** Press releases about this venture were sent out to thousands of newspapers by Governor O'Neill's office...Word about the ads and actors featured appeared in state and national press, including USA Today and The National Enquirer


Carney kicks off tourism campaign in Essex aboard "The Wallingford," a 1927 passenger train. 
Art Carney with Dakota Vanderburg, Miss Connecticut 1983, on location taping TV commercial promoting tourism industry in Essex. 
The Pictoral
Old Saybrook, Connecticut
July 5, 1983


Art Carney is Barker For Nutmeg State
New Haven Register
New Haven, Connecticut
July 1983


Fourth of July Parade in Barkhamsted 
The Register Citizen
Torrington, Connecticut
A parade Monday (July 4th) at 10 AM will feature a float in honor of resident Carol Wallace who is spearheading the State's series of commercials to encourage tourism.
July 1, 1983


http://www.preserveamerica.com/press/press_essex.html
Tourism Promotion Picks Up Steam In Essex
New Haven Register
New Haven, Connecticut
June 1983


http://www.preserveamerica.com/press/
83-05-12-commercial-for-state.html

Actress, Animals Star in Commercial for State
The Stamford Advocate
Stamford, Connecticut
May 12, 1983


Celebrities Board Essex Train To Promote State
The Middletown Press
Middletown, Connecticut
May 9, 1983


Walk-on Role Spawns A 'Celebrity'
New Haven Register
New Haven, Connecticut
April 30, 1983


Stars to push 'Better Yet Connecticut'
Record-Journal
Meriden, Connecticut
April 16, 1983


Litchfield's Artful Cards
Hartford Courant: The Wise Guide
Hartford, Connecticut
March 14, 1983


Area Residents on Committee to Promote Connecticut Slogan
Torrington Register Citizen
Torrington, Connecticut
August 11, 1982


Calendar Art
Winsted Evening Citizen
Winsted, Connecticut
June 18, 1982


'Better Yet' Seeks Better Boost
Connecticut Magazine
May 1982


An artist proposes...
The Sunday Republican Magazine
Waterbury, Connecticut
February 14, 1982


At Haunted House
Witch painting for Halloween Haunted House by Carol Wallace
Winsted Evening Citizen
Winsted, Connecticut
October 1981


Fashion Show at the Wadsworth Athaneum in Hartford To Benefit March of Dimes
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Fashion Designer
Melissa Forchette

Fashion Show Event Coordinator, Carol Wallace
Hartford Courant
Hartford, Connecticut
March 24, 1979


Barkhamsted Bicentennial Dance 
Richard Wheeler, chairman of the Barkhamsted American Revolution Bicentennial Committee, and his wife, Helen, buy tickets fro the town's bicentennial dance from committee chairman Carol Wallace.
Winsted Evening Citizen
Winsted, Connecticut 
1979


New Hartford Artist to open Studio soon
Artist Carol Wallace with one of the paintings which will be shown in her art studio/gallery when it opens soon on Route 44
Winsted Evening Citizen
Winsted, Connecticut 
1979


Town Rejuvenation Outlined in 'Operation Cooperation' Project
Carol Wallace's suggestion for Winsted, Connecticut to follow the lead of her native Doylestown, Pennsylvania results in members visiting the town.
Winsted Evening Citizen
Winsted, Connecticut
September 19, 1978


Artist of the Month:
Carol Wallace at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital
Winsted Evening Citizen
Winsted, Connecticut
September 9, 1978


Carol Wallace: Artist of the Month
Winsted Evening Citizen
Winsted, Connecticut
May 8, 1978


Barkhamsted Artist Exhibiton
Winsted Evening Citizen
Winsted, Connecticut
September 13, 1977


At Pleasant Valley Children's Center...
Visit to Santa's House Opens Christmas Season
(with over 1,000 visitors)
Carol Wallace co-chairman of the event
Hartford Courant
Hartford, Connecticut
December 7, 1975
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Whale Done Wallace
Whaler fans are not all aquarium visitors. This auto dealer in Simsbury (Mitchell) is helping to promote the New England Whalers. A giant whale, that covers the Mitchell Pontiac display window, was painted by Carol Wallace.
The Hartford Times
Hartford, Connecticut
February 5, 1975


Cooking With Love
Carol Wallace's Braised Pheasant and Dilled Zucchini Recipes 
Winsted Evening Citizen
Winsted, Connecticut
1975


Davy Crockett Color Contest Prize Winners Announced
The Doylestown Intelligencer
Doylestown, Pennsylvania
April 1955

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