For the last several years I have opened my private gardens to the public as a means to support the activities and programs of the Ticonderoga Historical Society. This year’s garden party was a special event for the Society as its home, the Hancock House, is commemorating its 90th Anniversary of its dedication. The building is an architectural beauty located at the western gateway into to the old Ti village which also serves as a major depository for the collective heritage of the Town of Ticonderoga, Adirondacks and the Lakes Champlain and George region since the mid 1920s.
Thank you for visiting my garden,
William G. Dolback
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