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This home, built in 1903, is located in Gales Ferry Village where Riverside Place meets the Thames River. It sits on the site of Stephen Hurlbutt’s coopers shop of 1753.
Posted by Linda Davis at 08:28 PM in Homes of Ledyard, Ledyard History | Permalink
Too bad the only two photos of homes from the Gales Ferry Historic District are those who have lost much of their original historic character by the addition of aluminum siding and vinyl windows and shutters!
May 29, 2008 at 10:31 PM
A arquitetura de suas casa me encantou!
A cada momento, cada fotografia, cada raio de luz, torna-as mais especiais.
Espero poder ver outras fotos, pois com a beleza do vilarejo seria interessante que houvesse mais publicidade.
Espero ansiosamente ver mais fotos no site.
Parabéns por conservarem sua riqueza arquitetônica, sua cultura e história.
Alessandra Regis |
June 09, 2008 at 07:41 PM
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