Sanford-Bristol House Presentation

The Milford Preservation Trust will be offering a free presentation on Milford’s historic Sanford-Bristol House (c. 1789), at their 2014 Annual Meeting, to be held on Friday, June 20th, 2014, at the DAR Building, 55 Prospect Street, Milford, Connecticut. This meeting is open to the public, and will start at 7:00 PM, with the presentation scheduled for 7:30 PM.

Image of Sanford-Bristol House, Milford, Connecticut.

The Sanford-Bristol House presentation will focus on many of the unique features of this historic homestead, including some interesting discoveries recently made during the initial phases of the home’s rehabilitation. Spectacular architectural images, captured by local photographer Kara Flannery, will be shown and described.

For more information, contact Regina Cahill, at 203-974-3542.

Please Support the Milford Preservation Trust

As many of you are aware, the Milford Preservation Trust incurred significant legal expenses last year in saving the then-threatened Sanford-Bristol House. Any support you could provide, including donations and membership, would be greatly appreciated! Please visit the Milford Preservation Trust’s home page or membership page to donate or sign-up online.

Many thanks, and hope to see you at Milford Preservation Trust’s 2014 Annual Meeting!

About John Poole

My interests include historic homes, architectural preservation and restoration, improving the energy performance of old houses, and traditional timber frames.
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3 Responses to Sanford-Bristol House Presentation

  1. I think I know where you’ll be tomorrow! Please don’t forget to dress in period garb. And hold a blunderbuss!

  2. Bill Smith says:

    Hey John,
    I’m glad that you’re still involved with this project. Saving is one thing, preparing a house for a great (and long) future is another. In this age having someone with building science knowledge and a preservationist instinct is really important. Plus, it seems to be keeping you from wreaking havoc on twitter these days :-)
    I’ve been spending a fair amount of time getting more deeply involved in local history as we in Concord, NH get ready to celebrate our 250th next year. Even though this community had been in existence for decades before 1765, and what we’re really celebrating is a name change!??! The winners DO write history.
    BTW. Reading the previous comments I’m trying to figure out how I’ve been such a bad influence on you from this distance. I guess I can’t take credit for every good Mae West reference…

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