From 1865 to 1927, Reverend John James McCook spent his days on East Hartford’s Main Street as the pastor of St. John’s Episcopal Church, and his evenings on Hartford’s Main Street as the patriarch of the Butler-McCook family. Learn about his life, his work at the Edward Tuckerman Potter-designed church, and his family’s continued connection to the parish.
This program is part of our Landmarks Lunch & Learn virtual lecture series, presented the second Wednesday of each month, June–November, 12–1 pm. Make deeper connections to the history of our people, buildings, and landscapes! See the full line-up here.
If you have any questions, please contact Public Engagement Manager Shaelyn Amaio at email@example.com.
This event will be held over Zoom. Registrants will receive a link to view the program the day of the event. Advance registration required.
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