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Isham-Terry House


category : Historic Homes
Built in 1854, the house epitomizes gracious urban living in antebellum Hartford. In 1896, Dr. Oliver Isham bought the house, which remained in the family until 1979. The family's eclectic furnishings include items dating from the original construction of the house.


Admission: Adults $4, children $2.
Address: 211 High St.
Phone: (860) 522-1984, (860
Our Website:www.hartnet.org/als

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