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Amos Bull House

Hartford Campus Project

Connecticut Landmarks is in the forefront of Connecticut's heritage organizations in reexamining its role in, and relevance to, contemporary society in order to better serve current and future audiences. An exceptional opportunity for CTL was presented by the February 2008 transfer to the organization of the 18th-century Amos Bull House by the state of Connecticut.

Connecticut Landmarks is preserving the Bull House and developing it as a key component of our Hartford Campus and twelve-property network. The Hartford Campus Project will accomplish a number of high-priority, long-term strategic goals for organizational growth and sustainability.

The final phase of the project will preserve and restore the Amos Bull House - one of four remaining 18th century buildings in Hartford - and the Butler-McCook Carriage House, to house CTL's administrative offices, archives and essential program and community education space.

Sheryl Hack, Executive Director
860.247.8996 x13

For more information or to schedule a tour of the Amos Bull House, please contact 860.247.8996.

To make a cash donation or a gift of stock, please call Jamie-Lynn Fontaine, Development Associate, at  860.247.8996 x. 23 or email jamie.fontaine@ctlandmarks.org.

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