GHHS produces architectural history with a fresh point of view. Mary Donohue is an award-winning author, historic preservationist, architectural historian and podcast producer. She has co-authored three award winning books and produced many types of public programming. She is the Assistant Publisher of Connecticut Explored, the magazine of Connecticut history, and the co-host of Grating the Nutmeg, podcast of Connecticut history.
Recent projects include:
Exhibition scripts and implementation
National and State Register Nominations
Self Guided Tour Brochures
Full length publications include:
Built to Serve: Connecticut's National Guard Armories 1865-1940, co-authored with Geoffrey L. Rossano, 2003.
En Avant with our French Allies, Connecticut Sites, Markers and Monuments Honoring comte de Rochambeau's French Troops for Contributions in American Independence, 1780-1782, co-authored with Robert Selig, Bruce Clouette and Mary Harper, 2004.
A Life of the Land: Connecticut's Jewish Farmer, co-authored by Briann Greenfield, 2010.