Shaw Mansion, New London Photos

The Captain Nathaniel Shaw Mansion (1756) is now the New London County Historical Society museum. Captain Nathaniel Shaw was an American Naval Agent during the American Revolution and he was visited by George Washington (Apr. 9&10, 1776) and Lafayette (Aug. 22, 1824). This house museum displays many Revolutionary era antiques.

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Captain Nathaniel Shaw Mansion now New London County Historical Society. New London, CT.Shaw Mansion built by Captain Nathaniel Shaw who was American Naval Agent during the American Revolution. New London, CT.Railing & fence in front yard of Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Ice house at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Captain Nathaniel Shaw Mansion (1756) now New London County Historical Society. New London, CT.Shaw Mansion built by Captain Nathaniel Shaw who was American Naval Agent during the American Revolution. New London, CT.Railing & fence in front yard of Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Ice house at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Garden at Shaw Mansion which hosted George Washington & Lafayette. New London, CT.Entry hall & staircase at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Newel post at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Tall clock at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Garden at Shaw Mansion which hosted George Washington (Apr. 9&10, 1776) & Lafayette (Aug. 22, 1824). New London, CT.Entry hall & staircase at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Newel post at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Tall clock at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Revolutionary era furnishings at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.American flag with 13 stars at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Newport Tea Table attrib. Goddard-Townshend shop was seized by one of Nathaniel Shaw's privateers during Revolutionary War at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Early American drop front desk & bookcase at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Revolutionary era furnishings at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.American flag with 13 stars (circle of 10 surrounds 3) at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Newport Tea Table (c1775) attrib. Goddard-Townshend shop was seized by one of Nathaniel Shaw's privateers during Revolutionary War at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Early American drop front desk & bookcase at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Parlor at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Fold-open card table in parlor at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Concave mirror at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Captain Nathaniel Shaw portrait at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Parlor at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Fold-open card table in parlor at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Concave mirror at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Captain Nathaniel Shaw portrait at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Drop leaf table in dining room at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Sea Chest of James Stewart, British Consul at New London during start of War of 1812, at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Collection of blue-decorated porcelain at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Cobalt-blue painted porcelain at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Drop leaf table in dining room at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Sea Chest of James Stewart, British Consul at New London during start of War of 1812, at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Collection of blue-decorated porcelain at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Cobalt-blue painted porcelain at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Porcelain & glass objects at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Porcelain platter with ship scene at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Ironstone soup tureen made in Caughley, UK at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Brass hot water urn at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Porcelain & glass objects at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Porcelain platter with ship scene at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Ironstone soup tureen (1820-40) made in Caughley, UK at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Brass hot water urn at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Collection of 19th C China at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Portraits & furniture at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Portrait of Mary Shaw Woodbridge at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Canopied bed at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Collection of 19th C China at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Portraits & furniture at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Portrait of Mary Shaw Woodbridge (1751-75) (daughter of Captain Nathaniel Shaw) at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Canopied bed at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Ladder-back & writing chairs at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Washstand with basin & ewer at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Washstand with basin at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Tiled fireplace at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Ladder-back & writing chairs at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Washstand with basin & ewer at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Washstand with basin at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Tiled fireplace at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Rocking cradle with fire screen at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.The spoiled child whale-tooth scrimshaw at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Whale & sailing ship ivory carving at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Rocking horse at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.
Rocking cradle with fire screen at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.The spoiled child whale-tooth scrimshaw at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Whale & sailing ship ivory carving at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.Rocking horse at Shaw Mansion. New London, CT.

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