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 Is This?" The appearance of a campus setting inspired some good guesses, with the majority voting for Saint Joseph College, now the University of Saint Joseph. Several others thought it was the American School for the Deaf.
Those in the Saint Joseph camp were correct. The official answer from the Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society is: "This is an early picture of the University of Saint Joseph. The college moved to its own 84 acre campus in 1936. While not all of the buildings were completed at the time of this picture, the campus was carefully planned by the famous landscape architects, the Olmsted brothers. Between 1955 and 1965 the college added five residence halls, a student center, library and chapel to the campus."