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Connecticut Hall, Yale University

New Haven, Connecticut
County of New Haven.
Bounded by High, Chapel, Elm, and College Streets
National Register Number: 66000806
Resource type: Building.
Property type: Education - college.
Certified Local Government: YES
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Statement of Significance (as of designation - December 21, 1965):
Constructed 1750-52, this large Georgian structure was the first of Yale's brick buildings and for many years probably the handsomest building in the colony. The only pre-Revolutionary building on the campus, this is the lone survivor of "Brick Row," a group of Georgian-style buildings built before 1820 and razed after the Civil War.

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