Connecticut Landmarks has received federal grant funding from the National Park Service, Save America’s Treasures program to conserve and stabilize the imported French wallpaper at the Phelps-Hatheway House and Garden in Suffield, Connecticut. The wallpaper decorates five rooms with handblocked French Louis XVI wallpapers by Jacquemart et Bernard with wood blocks made by Jean-Baptiste Réveillon and presumed to have been printed between 1791-95. The scope of work is limited to the conservation treatment of four rooms with 18th century French/Réveillon pattern block printed wallpaper and one room with 20th century silkscreen reproduction wallpaper.

Questions must be submitted by April 5, 2024, with full responses due April 22. For details on the project and instructions, please see the full RFP document here.