In 1987 the Southport Conservancy launched The Packet to share with its residents the rich and varied history of Southport Village. For twenty-four years The Packet has captivated it’s readers with eye-witness accounts of the often colorful and dramatic events involving Southport’s people and places. These two volumes are a must have for anyone living in Southport, or anyone interested in Southport History. Our books are available at Fairfield Women's Exchange and Lattice House - both on Pequot Avenue in Southport Village, William Pitt Sotheby's on Harbor Road, and Fairfield Museum.
The Southport Conservancy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-advantaged organization dedicated to preserving and restoring unique and historical buildings and property of the Southport community that might be otherwise lost forever. As such, the Conservancy has no lobbying privileges and contributions to it are tax deductible.
The Southport Conservancy
A Non-Profit Group Dedicated to the Historic Village of Southport, Connecticut
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