New Haven

95 & 97 Howe Street

Both buildings located in Dwight Street Historic District.

95 Howe Street: Built c. 1835, built by local developer Henry Dougal (information submitted by Patricia Wallace)

97 Howe Street: Built c. 1845, was once home to Rev. Amos Gerry Beman a nationally important African American abolitionist, suffragist and temperance reformer. Later, this house was a Ladies Seminary run by Rev. Hemon Bangs and his wife Sally. (Information submitted by Patricia Wallace)

Posted 5/3/19. 90-day demolition delay imposed, expires 7/19/19. Submit written objection to the Building Official, James Turcio 200 Orange St. Room 501 New Haven, CT 06510

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