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New Haven, Old Campus of Yale University

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Historic Buildings of Connecticut’s fiftieth entry for New Haven is the old Yale University Art Gallery building, designed by Egerton Swartwout a Yale graduate, in a Gothic style called ̶… New Haven Yale, Connecticut Usa, Garden Images, Victorian Homes, Art And Architecture, East Hanover, Art Gallery, Old Things, University

Old Yale University Art Gallery (1927)

Historic Buildings of Connecticut’s fiftieth entry for New Haven is the old Yale University Art Gallery building, designed by Egerton Swartwout a Yale graduate, in a Gothic style called ̶…

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Jonathan Dickerman II House (1792)

In 1792, Jonathan Dickerman II built a farmhouse in Hamden, south of the Sleeping Giant, also known as Mount Carmel. Originally located on the north side of Mount Carmel Avenue, the house was acqui…

There's a small park in Ernie's honor in his (and my) hometown of Hamden, Connecticut.and there's an Ernest Borgnine bo. Hamden Connecticut, Connecticut Usa, Ernest Borgnine, Hometown Heroes, Roadside Attractions, My Town, Eccentric, Park, Life

RIP Ernest Borgnine: Hamden, Connecticut's hometown hero

There's a small park in Ernie's honor in his (and my) hometown of Hamden, Connecticut... ...and there's an Ernest Borgnine booth and shrine at New York City's Tortilla Flats restaurant. We just heard some sad news. Ernest Borgnine, legendary actor and fellow native of my hometown, Hamden, Connecticut, passed away today at age 95. He had a long life, made a lot of great movies and TV shows and seemed like an awfully nice guy. We did a few Eccentric Roadside posts about him over the years…

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President's house will be a home

President Peter Salovey 86PhD and his wife Marta Moret 84MPH are planning to live at

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CT - New Haven: Amistad Memorial

Sculpted by Ed Hamilton in 1992, this monument of Sengbe Pieh, known as Joseph Cinqué, stands on the former site of the New Haven Jail, where illegally kidnapped Africans were imprisoned in 1839 while awaiting trial. The work is a majestic, 14-foot relief sculpture cast in bronze, and distinguished by its unique three-sided form, each side highlighting the capture, trial and return home of Sengbe and his fellow captives. On July 2, 1839, Africans being carried aboard La Amistad, a 19th…

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Betts House, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

This is the home of the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, the Yale Office of International Affairs and the Yale World Fellows Program. A brief history: The house was built for John M. Davies, a partner at the New Haven-based Winchester Repeating Rifle Company. The factory is within a short walking distance down the hill. Davies lived in the house for a few brief years before he died in 1871. His widow Alice lived on in the house until her death in 1898. In 1911 the house was sold…

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Meet Roger Sherman, the only man who signed all four of the great state papers of the USA

Roger Sherman was born on April 19, 1721, in Newton, Massachusetts. When he was two years old, his family moved to Dorchester (present-day