Alice F. Washburn

Alice F. Washburn, who lived from 1870 to 1958,

Ornate glass work at 120 Westwood Road, New Haven. A walking tour of the Westville Section of New Haven with architecture historian Christopher Wigren of the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservationan who talks about Alice Washburn, a New Haven architect who designed many homes in the neighborhood

Ornate glass work at 120 Westwood Road, New Haven. A walking tour of the Westville Section of New Haven with architecture historian Christopher Wigren of the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservationan who talks about Alice Washburn, a New Haven architect who designed many homes in the neighborhood.

was a designer and builder who built approximately 90 homes from 1919 to 1933. She was born in Cheshire.¬†Architecture historian Christopher Wigren of the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservationan recently led a walking tour of the Westville Section of New Haven talking about some of Wasburn’s homes.

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