Rose Hill

A Family History

Rose Hill, designed by Henry Austin, was home to three of the city's most prominent manufacturing families, the Scovills, Weltons, and Chases. Some of the home's important architectural elements survive including beautiful carved and poly-chromed ceilings and wall moldings. The exhibition will examine the vivid background of this living historic site, including the compelling portrait of Carrie Welton, Waterbury's 19th century benefactor.

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Supported in part by CT Humanities.