Boothe Brothers Museum, Stratford, CT Photos

The Boothe Brothers Museum, opened c1913, is a small collection of unusual, but interesting buildings collected over the years.

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Clock tower Museum opened by the Boothe Brothers opened in c1913 when the spire was added to an 1880s barn in Boothe Memorial Park. Stratford, CT.Blacksmith shop designed by David Boothe to have 44 sides. Stratford, CT.Clock tower Museum & Blacksmith shop among the buildings collected by the Boothe Brothers. Stratford, CT.Unusual utility building in Boothe Brothers building collection in Boothe Memorial Park. Stratford, CT.
Clock tower Museum opened by the Boothe Brothers opened in c1913 when the spire was added to an 1880s barn in Boothe Memorial Park. Stratford, CT.Blacksmith shop (c1935) designed by David Boothe to have 44 sides. Stratford, CT.Clock tower Museum & Blacksmith shop among the buildings collected by the Boothe Brothers. Stratford, CT.Unusual utility building in Boothe Brothers building collection in Boothe Memorial Park. Stratford, CT.
Technocratic Cathedral made by Boothe Brothers of redwood shipped via the Panama Canal in Boothe Memorial Park. Stratford, CT.Detail of redwood walls & glass block windows of Boothe Brothers' Technocratic Cathedral. Stratford, CT.Connecticut Merritt Parkway Toll Booth moved to Boothe Memorial Park. Stratford, CT.Rose garden of Boothe Memorial Park. Stratford, CT.
Technocratic Cathedral (c1932) made by Boothe Brothers of redwood shipped via the Panama Canal in Boothe Memorial Park. Stratford, CT.Detail of redwood walls & glass block windows of Boothe Brothers' Technocratic Cathedral. Stratford, CT.Connecticut Merritt Parkway Toll Booth (1940-1988) moved to Boothe Memorial Park. Stratford, CT. Style: Log. Architect: George Dunkelberger. On National Register.Rose garden of Boothe Memorial Park. Stratford, CT.
Rail station moved to Boothe Memorial Park. Stratford, CT.


Rail station moved to Boothe Memorial Park. Stratford, CT.



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