Bush Holley House, Cos Cob, CT Photos

The Bush Holley House (1730) was spared from burning by the British during the American Revolution. It became a boarding house for artists like Childe Hassam & Willa Cather between 1890 & 1920. Today it is a House Museum run by the Greenwich Historical Society.

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Bush Holley House spared by the British during the American Revolution became an artist colony between 1890 & 1920. Cos Cob, CT.Front entrance & door of Bush Holley House through which passes artists like Childe Hassam & Willa Cather. Cos Cob, CT.Bench on front porch at Bush Holley House. Cos Cob, CT.Wide plank walls & shutters on older section of Bush Holley House. Cos Cob, CT.
Bush Holley House (1730) spared by the British during the American Revolution became an artist colony between 1890 & 1920. Cos Cob, CT.Front entrance & door of Bush Holley House through which passes artists like Childe Hassam & Willa Cather. Cos Cob, CT.Bench on front porch at Bush Holley House. Cos Cob, CT.Wide plank walls & shutters on older section of Bush Holley House. Cos Cob, CT.
View from front porch of Bush Holley House of lower landing once a commercial district before the railroad & Interstate were built. Cos Cob, CT.Surviving commercial building which stands beside Bush Holley House & serves as its administration offices. Cos Cob, CT.Salt box view of Bush Holley House. Cos Cob, CT.Out buildings behind Bush Holley House. Cos Cob, CT.
View from front porch of Bush Holley House of lower landing once a commercial district before the railroad & Interstate were built. Cos Cob, CT.Surviving commercial building (1805) (later a Post Office) which stands beside Bush Holley House & serves as its administration offices. Cos Cob, CT.Salt box view of Bush Holley House. Cos Cob, CT.Out buildings behind Bush Holley House. Cos Cob, CT.

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