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The log-jam was broken when I persuaded G. Harold Welch to join the Reconvened Bicentennial Commission. He was then 84, but still very active as New Haven's most prominent real estate investor . (He owned the the Century Building and property on which sat Macy's in the Chapel Square Mall complex) and Hamden's wealthiest resident.
The Hamden Chronicle failed to
note that these "friends" of
Thornton Wilder were the artist
and his wife, Clarence A Brodeur,
who painted and donated the
portrait of Wilder (immediately
behind him on the wall in
this picture) to the Hamden