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This home is a good example of the clapboard-sheathed, post-and-beam construction that was typical of 18th century New England. This 1750 house, built by Capt. David Judson on the site of his great-grandfather's 1639 stone house, is a fine example of Georgian architecture, and is furnished in period.

This museum is maintained by the Stratford Historical Society.

Open Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 11am-4pm in mid-April through October 31. Closed Easter and July 4.

Location: 967 Academy Hill, Stratford Connecticut 06615 Telephone 203-378-0630

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(Cheshire) Baker Character, Comic & Cartoon Museum

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