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Burbank-Hatheway House, Main Street, Suffield, Hartford County, CT



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B&W Photos

HB245641
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J

HB245642
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J

HB245643
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J

HB245644
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J

HB245645
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J

HB245646
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J

HB245647
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J

HB245648
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J

HB245649
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J

HB245650
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J

HB245651
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J

HB245652
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J

HB245653
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J

HB245654
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J

HB245655
Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J


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Supplemental Material


Item Title


Location
Main Street, Suffield, CT

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS CT-240
Building/structure dates: 1683
Building/structure dates: 172 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1700 subsequent work
Significance: This house is interesting because various sections of it were built in three periods: probably late 17th century, middle 18th century, and late 18th century. It contains some well-preserved decorative woodwork.

Subjects
Houses


Related Names
Benjamin, Asher
Howard, Joseph
King, Eliphalet


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 MAIN HOUSE BUILT c. 1735-47 SOUTH ELEVATION, POSSIBLY ALL OLDER BUILDING
2. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 LOOKING NORTH - SHOWS SOUTH ELEVATION, MAIN HOUSE, ROOF OF NORTH ELEVATION AND WEST ELEVATION, WHOSE ROOF WAS RAISED IN RECENT TIMES
3. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 NORTH ELEVATION BUILT BY OLIVER PHELPS c. 1793 AND PROBABLY DESIGNED BY ASHER BENJAMIN (WHO ALSO MADE CHANGES ON MAIN HOUSE TO MAKE IT CONFORM WITH NEW ELEVATION)
4. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 SOUTH ELEVATION (POSSIBLY BUILT c. 1735 OR EARLIEIR)
5. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 VIEW FROM MAIN HOUSE LOOKING ONTO PORCH OF SOUTH ELEVATION
6. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 STAIRWAY IN MAIN HOUSE BUILT BY ABRAHAM OR SHEM BURBANK (1735-1747)
7. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 LOWER NORTH ROOM IN MAIN HOUSE
8. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 CUPBOARD IN NORTHEAST CORNER OF LOWER NORTH ROOM IN MAIN HOUSE
9. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 NORTH CHAMBER IN MAIN HOUSE
10. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 STAIRWAY IN NORTH ELEVATION BUILT BY OLIVER PHELPS
11. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 EAST LOWER ROOM IN NORTH ELEVATION BUILT BY OLIVER PHELPS
12. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 LOWER WEST ROOM IN NORTH ELEVATION BUILT BY OLIVER PHELPS (THE INTERIOR WAS LATER REMOVED TO WINTERTHUR MUSEUM, BUT COPY IS BEING FAITHFULLY INSTALLED HERE)
13. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 WEST CHAMBER IN NORTH ELEVATION BUILT BY OLIVER PHELPS
14. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 LOWER ROOM - SOUTH ELEVATION (POSSIBLY AN OLDER BUILDING ADDED TO HOUSE BY OLIVER PHELPS)
15. Historic American Buildings Survey Robert J. Kelley, Photographer May 1958 KITCHEN FIREPLACE IN WEST ELEVATION AND SET TUB, THIS ELEVATION PROBABLY ADDED BY OLIVER PHELPS c. 1793


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