- Topsmead State Forest – A state forest in Litchfield, CT. The estate was once the summer residence and farm of Edith Morton Chase. Topsmead is a short for “Top of the Meadow”.
- Wolf Trees – Trees left along the edge of a boundary or for shade in an old pasture. They grew with enough space and sun to have extended branches and large shorter trunk, and now may even be found in a regrown forest.
- Waterbury was the brass capitol of the world!
- The property was left to the people of the State of CT in 1972