Alumni Group Wants To Save ASD’s Gallaudet Hall

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In May, I covered plans by the American School for the Deaf in West Hartford to build a new facility on their North Main Street campus. Those plans included the demolition of the 1920s Gallaudet Hall, a stately Georgian with its signature cupola.

A group of concerned alumni from the American School for the Deaf in West Hartford wants to save Gallaudet Hall from demolition. Photo by Richard Messina/rmessina@courant.com.

Ground was broken and steel is now rising on the property.

My colleague Julie Stagis reported this week that a concerned group of alumni has launched an eleventh-hour effort to save Gallaudet Hall.

Read more about the group’s efforts here.

See my story from May.

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