Historic Village of Groton Bank

Shingle Style

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Examples of Shingle Style of architecture on Groton Bank.

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Horace M. Newbury Townhouse, 1902

This was Groton Bank’s first town house and has four units.  It has been in the Newbury family for more than a century
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Charles E. White House, c. 1895

Another example is the Charles E. White House, c. 1895.  Charles was the son of an early whaling Capt. Edwin W. White.  He became a trustee and treasurer of the Savings Bank of New London after gaining his financial expierence as trustee handling the $1 million estate of Capt. Ebenezer Morgan upon Morgan's death in 1890. 

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This web site is sponsored by the Groton Bank Historical Association, Inc. (GBHA). GBHA’s objective is to research and promote the history of Groton Bank and to maintain the historical architecture and village character of this area listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  To accomplish this GBHA publishes information about Groton Bank and sponsors several historical-educational meetings annually.