Browse Collections (56 total)

The New London Plan


1928 Development Plan for New London
written by Herbert Swam

Contributors: Caitlin Teare

New London Homeless Hospitality Center

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The New London Homeless Hospitality Center provides a safe space for those in need of housing. The Center was founded in 2006 as a response to the…

Contributors: Marian Hancock-Cerutti

New London Harbor Lighthouse


Constructed in 1760, the New London Harbor Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in the state of Connecticut and the fourth oldest in all of the United…

Contributors: Jennifer Wilson

Congregation Beth El

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Founded in 1924 in hopes of a more “modern and more inclusive form of worship,” Congregation Beth El remains a vibrant presence in Jewish life in New…

Contributors: Marian Hancock-Cerutti

The Lyman Allyn Art Museum, est. 1926

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The Museum was established in 1926 as a gift of New London resident Harriet Allyn in honor of her father and opened its doors in 1932. Allyn’s father,…

Contributors: Jacob Brill-Weil

Starr Street


Starr Street was first developed in 1804, when developer William Culver sold some of his land following a fire. A rope factory was built on one side…

Contributors: Jacob Brill-Weil

Regional Multicultural Magnet School

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The Regional Multicultural Magnet School (RMMS) is a K-5 public school which embraces both diversity and global themes to promote an interdisciplinary…

Contributors: Caitlin Teare

Connecticut College


Although Connecticut College's current relationship with the city of New London remains tenuous, the historical legacy of these two places are…

Contributors: Caitlin Teare

Riverside Park


In its current state, Riverside Park reaches 18 acres from the banks of the Thames River upward towards the neighborhoods behind Hodges Square. The…

Contributors: Caitlin Teare

Public Library of New London


Built in 1889-91, the Public Library of New London was gifted to the city by Henry Philomen Haven. The library building is notable for its design by…

Contributors: Jacob Brill-Weil