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Residence of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Stoner, Madison, Connecticut, undated

GC001.USCT.Madison.001 (RS101126)


The Stoner Home is on the water in Madison, Connecticut.

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Collection Name
Original art collection
Collection Code
Physical Description
1 watercolor
Collection Type
Graphic Materials
Description Level
Reference Code

Record details

Descriptive Terms
exterior views
Material Type
watercolors (paintings)
Madison (New Haven county, Connecticut)

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Residence of M/M Arthur M. Stoner #

AvatarPosted by Paulette C. Kaufmann on May 18, 2013
   This painting of the Stoner residence would have been painted after 1951 when the construction was completed. The name of the painter is unknown; the architect was John W. Huntington. The house was still standing in 1998.
   Arthur M. Stoner (1908-1967) was an extraordinarily succesful inventor with 89 patents in his name, such as an adjustable chair locking device for airplane travelers.
His 15-room residence was built on six acres along the Madison shoreline at the end of a private drive. The blueprints for this house are in the collection of Madison's Charlotte L. Evarts Memorial Archives. For further information you might want to contact Nancy Bastian, Curator of the Archives. The number is 203-245-5667.
Paulette C. Kaufmann

Arthur M Stoner #

AvatarPosted by Jane Humphrey on August 13, 2013
He is my great grandfather

Arthur Stoner House image #

AvatarPosted by Nicole Chalfant - Collection Manager on January 3, 2014
Thank you for your comments, Ms. Kaufmann and Ms. Humphrey.
Mr. Stoner was an extraordinary individual and we are very pleased to have an image of his home in the Historic New England collection.
Sincerely, Nicole Chalfant
Collection Manager