Current Loans

ImageOrganizationObjectOn Loan Since
1950_343_0American Museum in Britain, Bath, United KingdomPencil post bed, The Connecticut Historical Society collection1960
no-image-availableMattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CTSign, "A. Collins", Gift of Newton C. Brainard1982
1984_42_36
Sarah W. Hooker House, West Hartford, CT
Teapot, probably originally owned by a member of the Bunce family, 1800-1820, gift of Mary W. Edwards1986
no-image-availableWebb-Deane-Stevens Museum, Wethersfield, CTTea table, owned by Silas Deane, 1765-1775, gift of Isabelle G. Thomas1987
2015_68_0Windsor Historical Society, Windsor, CTOxbow chest, made by George Belden, The Newman S. Hungerford Museum Fund1990, 2015
1991_135_0Windsor Historical Society, Windsor, CTDesk and bookcase, made by Erastus Grant, 1795-1800, gift of Shepherd M. Holcombe1990, 2015
no-image-availableWindsor Historical Society, Windsor, CTOak chest, 1600-1700, bequest of George Dudley Seymour1990, 2015
no-image-availableMuseum of Connecticut History, Connecticut State Library, Hartford, CTSidewalk clock1998
no-image-availableMuseum of Connecticut History, Connecticut State Library, Hartford, CTLathe from Pratt & Whitney1998
no-image-availableMuseum of Connecticut History, Connecticut State Library, Hartford, CTPapier mache trapeze artist figures1998
1914_5_4Phelps-Hatheway House & Garden Suffield, CTChair, originally owned by Colonel Henry Champion, 1735-1765, gift of John R. Tracy2004
1985_14_28Phelps-Hatheway House & Garden Suffield, CTSide chair, owned by Jerusha Welles, probably 1765, bequest of George H. Gilman, Jr.2004
1964_33_9Phelps-Hatheway House & Garden Suffield, CTSide chair, 1745-1770, gift of Frederick K. and Margaret R. Barbour2004
1984_40_1Phelps-Hatheway House & Garden Suffield, CTSide chair, owned by Deborah Lothrop, made by the Lothrop Shop Tradition, about 1755, gift of Marcella Putnam2004
1984_40_2Phelps-Hatheway House & Garden Suffield, CTSide chair, owned by Deborah Lothrop, made by the Lothrop Shop Tradition, about 1755, gift of Marcella Putnam2004
1935_2_2_1Phelps-Hatheway House & Garden Suffield, CTSide chair, 1740-1770, gift of Mrs. Grace Clarkson Wilcox2004
1974_98_1Phelps-Hatheway House & Garden Suffield, CTDesk and bookcase, owned by Ashahel Hatheway Sr., Possibly originally owned by Oliver Phelps, 1785-1800, gift of Mrs. Charles S. Bissell, in memory of Mrs. Charles Sumner Fuller2004
no-image-availableMark Twain House & MuseumMetal scale, late 19th century, gift of George W. Cheney, Jr.2005
no-image-availableMark Twain House & MuseumSchoolhouse clock, made by Seth Thomas, 1860-1869, gift of Cornelia Gross2005
no-image-availableLieutenant Governor's Office, State Capitol, Hartford, CTPainting of proposed State Capitol, painted by Frederick Stiles Jewett, 1857, gift of the heirs of Morgan B. Brainard2007
2006_71_4dt1Harvey & Lewis, 45 Asylum Street, Hartford, CTGargoyle, from Harvey & Lewis Building, about 1927, gift of James S. Lewis2014
2006_71_3dt1Harvey & Lewis, 45 Asylum Street, Hartford, CTGargoyle, from Harvey & Lewis Building, about 1927, gift of James S. Lewis2014
1950_264_0abOld State House, Hartford, CT Teapot, attributed to Andrew Stevenson, 1816-1830, gift of Morgan B. Brainard2014
no-image-availableConnecticut River Museum, Essex, CTBrick, about 1630, from Dutch fort, Hartford, The Connecticut Historical Society collection2014
2006_71_1dt1Harvey & Lewis, 45 Asylum Street, Hartford, CTGargoyle, from Harvey & Lewis Building, about 1927, gift of James S. Lewis2014
2006_71_2dt1Harvey & Lewis, 45 Asylum Street, Hartford, CTGargoyle, from Harvey & Lewis Building, about 1927, gift of James S. Lewis2014
no-image-availableMark Twain House & MuseumDress made by Logan sisters in Hartford, CT, gift of F. Ruth Johnson2016
1983_101_8Greenwich Historical SocietyPanels, made by Elmer Livingston MacRae, about 1910-1915, Cos Cob, Seymour Fund2016
1984_40_2New Haven MuseumAshtray, about 1960, CHS collection2016
1984_40_2New Haven MuseumSalt and pepper shakers, late 20th century, The Newman S. Hungerford Museum Fund2016
1984_40_2New Haven MuseumGas pump counter gauge, 1960s, Gift of the Veeder Root Company2016
1984_40_2New Haven MuseumWoman's Bathing Suit, 1950s, CHS collection2016
1984_40_2New Haven MuseumTwo Connecticut State Route 3 Road Signs, "Waterbury" and "Danbury", made by the State of Connecticut, 1920-1935, The Newman S. Hungerford Museum Fund2016
no-image-availableNew Haven MuseumHartford Bridge Authority supervisor's uniform cap, originally owned by Thomas G. Capobianco, about 1970-1980, Gift of Thomas G. Capobianco2016
no-image-availableNew Haven MuseumHartford Bridge Authority supervisor's summer uniform, originally owned by Thomas G. Capobianco, about 1970-1980, Gift of Thomas G. Capobianco2016