If you think you know the answer or have a special memory related to the photo, respond in the "Leave a comment" box below this article. We'll run the answer next Monday, along with a new historical photo. The image has been provided by the Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society. For more information on the museum's collection and programs, visit www.noahwebsterhouse.org.
Last week we asked "Where Were These Buildings Located?" and there were several comments, with three different answers.
Two commenters thought that the church in the photo was the original St. James's Episcopal Church, which is now located on Farmington Ave., one the western edge of the Center.
Brenda Kestenbaum guessed that the house in the photo was located on Hawthorne Rd., near the Universalist Church on Fern St.
Jeff Murray got it mostly right, correctly identifying the southeast corner of Farmington Ave. and South Main St., and the fact that the church building burned down in January 1942, but he thought it was the Second Congregational Church.
The winner this week was Tracey Wilson, who wrote: "This is the 4th church building of the First Church of Christ Congregational. It burned in a fire and was replaced by the fifth building. I think the parish house is the residence."
The official answer from the Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society is: "The fourth building to house the Congregational church was known as the “greystone church.” The church and the parsonage are seen here. They were located on the southeast corner of the intersection of Farmington Avenue and South Main Street. The church burned down in 1942."