In 1930 he became editor of The Hartford Times, a position he held for five years.
In 1943 he sold the tower for the taxes to The Hartford Times, then the state's leading newspaper.
He was sports editor of the university's newspaper Daily Campus, and at the same time wrote for the Hartford Times.
Heublein first sold his home to The Hartford Times.
The state has agreed to lease the former Hartford Times building to the museum for at least 99 years.
Mr. Valtman worked for The Hartford Times from 1951 to 1975.
In his neighborhood, many remember him as the newspaper boy who slipped The Hartford Times under their mat.
But The Hartford Times, the city's afternoon newspaper, did not endure.
When the Hartford Times ceased publication in 1976, the Courant's editorial page took an independent stance.
The Hartford Times, in a May 1967 editorial said: