A series on the lost architecture of Mansfield Connecticut
LOST MANSFIELD #1: THE FARWELL HOUSE, STORRS. In 1736 Isaac Farwell settled his family on a 100-acre farm in North Mansfield. Sometime between 1746 and 1756, his son John built a center-chimney saltbox dwelling near his parent’s home.
The Mansfield Historical Society will be posting a photographic series titled “Lost Mansfield” to both our web site and our Facebook page.
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