On February 26, 2008, Connecticut Landmarks acquired the Amos Bull House on South Prospect Street in Hartford from the State of Connecticut. The former home of the Historic Preservation and Museum Division of the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism, the Bull House is attached to the Butler-McCook House & Garden’s 1865 Carriage House. The buildings are the future home of Connecticut Landmarks’ headquarters and archives center. The Bull House, which will accommodate office space, requires extensive mechanical upgrades, along with cosmetic improvements including paint and new carpeting. The Carriage House will be utilized for archival storage, providing much-needed climate-controlled space for our important photograph and document collections.