Only you can decide.
Please do not underestimate a small contribution of time or money or talent. By small things are great things brought to pass.
I have decided that working to preserve this virtually unknown piece of property is infinitely worthy of my time, effort and money. It has been a priviledge to join with many others, past and present, in this labor of love.
This history is a compilation of the research and writing of many people who love the Martin/Stonedene site and who have worked hard to make its fascinating history known to the public.
Most particularly -
Dear Clyde Low, may you continue to serve by pulling strings for us from the other side. I apologize for using the name "Stonedene" so freely. Please note that I connect it to "Martin" as often as I can. The information provided by your writings was invaluable. If you look, you'll see your words as often as Sabine sees her's.
Sabine Goerke-Shrode, whose articles about the site for the local Fairfield paper provided me with a huge amount of info. There's a great deal of her research and a good many of her words in this history.
Dr. Richard D. Ambro, from whose report done for Holman and Associates I extracted information and freely quoted. What a service to the Martin/Stonedene site that report turned out to be!
Mr. Nick Smith, who "remembered" for Merri Keeton, my daughter.
Dr. and Mrs. Donald Curry, who were so generous and gracious with reminiscences, photos, articles and records when a complete stranger called asking about Stonedene.
And lastly, various historians on and off the web from whom I gathered a phrase here and a piece of information there. Couldn't have done it without you.