n.p.: unknown publisher, circa 1930s. . A near fine, original, black and white photograph of the Henry Whitfield House which is the oldest house in Connecticut as well as New England's oldest stone house. It was built in 1639, has undergone restoration and is now owned by the State of Connecticut as a museum. The photo dates from approximately the late 1930's. There is a slight blemish in the upper right of the image of the building in the sky area. And, the lower corner was cut and has been repaired. It is mounted on heavy card stock and measures 13 7/8 by 10 15/16 inches edge to edge. (Inventory #: TB28685)
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