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Home > Connecticut > New Haven > Timothy Bishop House, Elm Street, New Haven, New Haven County, CT



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B&W Photos
Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 North Front
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Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 North Front
Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 Interior Of Front Entrance Door
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Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 Interior Of Front Entrance Door
Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 First Floor Center Hall With Staircase
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Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 First Floor Center Hall With Staircase
Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 Fireplace, Northwest Room
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Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 Fireplace, Northwest Room
Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 Third Floor Room With Vaulted Ceiling And Fireplace
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Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 Third Floor Room With Vaulted Ceiling And Fireplace


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Item Title


Location
Elm Street, New Haven, CT

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS CT-276
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-30).
Building/structure dates: 1816 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1929 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1917 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1930 subsequent work
Significance: Noteworthy example of Federal town mansion architecture. Spacious center hall and elaborate interior woodwork survive almost intact. Has been attributed to Carpenter-Architect David Hoadley on stylistic grounds by John D. Hoag, Art Librarian, Yale University.

Subjects
Office Buildings
Houses


Related Names
Hoadley, David


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 NORTH FRONT
2. Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 INTERIOR OF FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR
3. Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 FIRST FLOOR CENTER HALL WITH STAIRCASE
4. Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 FIREPLACE, NORTHWEST ROOM
5. Historic American Buildings Survey Ned Goode, Photographer July 1964 THIRD FLOOR ROOM WITH VAULTED CEILING AND FIREPLACE


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