Built in 1839 in the Greek-Revival style, Connell House was the residence of the Honorable Charles Connell, a politician best known for having served as Post Master General of the former British colony in New Brunswick. During his tenure, Connell became the centre of controversy when, in 1860, he printed his own image on the colony’s 5 cent stamp in place of Queen Victoria’s.
128 Connell Street
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