The union House 1870

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Title

The union House 1870

Description

One of Stamford's early hotels, the Union House, was built by Thomas P. Dixon, architect and master builder, in 1844. Subsequently known as the Grand Union Hotel and The Carlton House, it stood on the north side of Main Street opposite Stage Street.

Source

Lobozza Collection -

Rights

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image/jp2

Identifier

FL.lobozza.632

Coverage

1870s

Additional Notes

Scanned photographic print December 2011, JPEG

Citation

“The union House 1870,” Ferguson Digital Archives, accessed January 21, 2019, http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/FL.lobozza/FL.lobozza.632.

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