Connecticut, Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch, Hartford, c1906

In 1881, Hartford offered cash prizes in a contest to design a Civil War memorial arch. The town�s leading architect at the time, George Keller, abstained from the competition, but after all other entries were deemed economically unfeasible, he was finally awarded the commission. In 1886, Keller�s Gothic Revival memorial arch was dedicated in honor of the 4,000 Hartford citizens who served in the war, becoming the first permanent triumphal arch in the country.

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Connecticut, Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch, Hartford, c1906

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