Franklin Elm, Old Town Post, and Pump, New Haven, Connecticut

Title

Franklin Elm, Old Town Post, and Pump, New Haven, Connecticut

Description

The corner of Church and Chapel Streets, showing three landmarks of the Green. The Franklin Elm, said to have been planted on the day of Benjamin Franklin's death in 1790, was removed in 1904.

Source

New Haven Free Public Library, Local History Room, Photograph Collection, barcode number 35000096753461 1 photograph; b & w; 3 7/8 X 6 in.

Publisher

New Haven Free Public Library

Date

2018

Contributor

New Haven Free Public Library

Rights

Digital Image © New Haven Free Public Library. All rights reserved. Image may be used for personal research or educational use without prior permission. For request to publish or exhibit, contact New Haven Free Public Library.

Identifier

35000096753461

Coverage

New Haven, Connecticut

Files

35000096753461.jpg

Collection

Citation

“Franklin Elm, Old Town Post, and Pump, New Haven, Connecticut,” New Haven Free Public Library Digital Collections, accessed October 16, 2018, https://nhfpl.omeka.net/items/show/904.