Architecture

Exhibit Marks A Swiftly Changing City

by Brian Slattery | Jan 3, 2019 7:26 am | Comments (1)

UnknownYale-New Haven Hospital sits on the place where a church once burned from arson and buried its dead. The Long Wharf light, now electric, was for a time lit every night by a man named Tom Wilson, who died just as he was about to light it one night in 1910. And College Street Music Hall stands where a church — the College Street Church — was built, then converted into a music hall that was lost in a fire in 1921 that killed eight people and injured more than 70.

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