Maher Building at Seaside — Waterford, Connecticut
After a particularly unpleasant interaction with a security guard here in the Summer, I thought that I would never return to Seaside. All this changed when it was announced that Seaside would become the first Connecticut State Park in more than 50 years, but the building’s future was “uncertain”. The Stephen P. Maher Building, the original hospital at the sanatorium was built in the Tudor Revival style in the mid 1930s and designed by Architect Cass Gilbert. This view was shot from the seawall on Long Island Sound looking up at the grand structure which formerly housed patients.
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