"Another dignified, well-made building standing empty. Its design distinguished by a clean-cut layering of brick planes, this is the sort of undemonstrative but cultivated architecture that gives urbanity to city streets. When it was new it enhanced the whole block; it might still do so if it were cleaned up. Originally there was a grass… Continue reading Union League Club, 1032 Chapel Street, 1902. Richard Williams.
"Squeezed between opera house and club: the remains of the Gaius Warner house, 1860, Henry Austin - originally with a double bow front."-excerpt courtesy of, "New Haven, a Guide to Architecture and Urban Design," by Elizabeth Mills Brown, 1976. (top) Image courtesy of Connecticut State Library Digital Archive, "Warner Hall," by Herbert Randall, Survey of… Continue reading Gaius Warner house, originally with a double bow front