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Simsbury Probate Building 3D Model
from the Simsbury Historical Society: “This slate-roofed brick building was constructed in 1876 with support from Jeffrey O. Phelps II (1820-1899), a former probate judge. Its primary function was to serve as a vault to safely store probate and town records. The building cost $1,600.00 to build and $33.00 to furnish. Originally located at 7 Wilcox Street, it is a typical and charming Victorian pattern book design. It served Simsbury until 1939 when the probate court was moved to Eno Memorial Hall. Since 2009, the building has served as the headquarters for the Simsbury Land Trust. “
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