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Sunnie-Holme, 375 Old Post Road, was built in 1909 by Annie B. Jennings, a wealthy philanthropist who helped open the first high school in Fairfield. The mansion was the site of an expansive rose garden that Jennings opened up to the public in 1915.…

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Redfield House

95 Mill Plain Road

This house was built by Augustus Jennings in 1760. It was spared during the burning of Fairfield in 1779 by Mrs. Lucretia Redfield who put out four fires. In 1956 the home was demolished to make way for a…

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Oliver Gould Jennings built this estate, named Mailands, for about $1 million following his marriage. It later became part of the Fairfield University campus.

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Three in a boat: Mr. Glover, Annie B. Jennings, and Mrs. Walter James

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Redfield House

95 Mill Plain Road

This house was built by Augustus Jennings in 1760. It was spared during the burning of Fairfield in 1779 by Mrs. Lucretia Redfield who put out four fires. In 1956 the home was demolished to make way for a…

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John Gould family, with Annie B. Jennings at top right.

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A daguerrotype portrait of Captain Isaac Jennings.

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A daguerrotype portrait of Mary Elizabeth Bulkley, who married Captain Isaac Jennings.

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A daguerrotype portrait of Oliver Burr Jennings (June 3, 1825 – February 12, 1893), son of Abraham Gould Jennnings and Anna Burr Jennings.
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