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Fisher-Bliss House
Fisher-Bliss House (1832), Edgartown, Mass. Added to Historic New England's Stewardship Program in August 2010.
Coolidge Reservation Stable
Coolidge Reservation Stable (c. 1886), Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass. Added to Historic New England's Stewardship Program in February 2011.
Flansburgh House
Flansburgh House (1963) in Lincoln, Mass. Added to Historic New England's Stewardship Program in February 2011.
Breuer-Roebeck House
Breuer-Robeck House (1947) in New Canaan, Conn. Added to Historic New England's Stewardship Program in March 2011.
FY11 Operating Income
 
FY11 Operating Expenses
 
Codman Estate garden
Preservation Maintenance Fund dollars allowed for the restoration of the Italian Garden at the Codman Estate in Lincoln, Mass.
Centennial Gala
The Centennial gala took place January 7, 2011, at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel in Boston.
National Building Museum
Historic New England's exhibition Drawing Toward Home: Designs for Domestic Architecture, featuring drawings of domestic building from the late eighteenth to the twentieth century, debuted at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.
Appleton Circle in Lisbon
Historic New England's Appleton Circle members traveled to Lisbon, Portugal, in fall 2010 for a tour of museums and private collections focusing on architecture, gardens, decorative and fine arts, food, and on museum practices and historic preservation.
Line at Berlin premiere
The line stretches down the block at the premiere of At the River's Edge in Berlin, New Hampshire.
At the River's Edge sold out
The premiere of At the River's Edge in Berlin, N.H., was sold out.
Birthday Bash
In honor of our one-hundredth birthday, Historic New England invited members and other well-wishers to a Birthday Bash at Topsfield Fairgrounds in Topsfield, Mass.
Birthday Bash guests
Guests at the Birthday Bash at Topsfield Fairgrounds.
Carl Nold and Bunny Williams
Historic New England President and CEO Carl R. Nold with guest of honor Bunny Williams at the Historic New England Gala.
Centennial exhibition
Guests gather for an exhibition celebrating our centennial acquisitions at Gov. John Langdon House in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Wedding at Codman Estate
A wedding party celebrates at the Codman Estate in Lincoln, Mass. Photo by A. Rearick Photography.
Farmer's Cow
Members visit Roseland Cottage in Woodstock, Conn., for the opening of Farmers, Cows, and the Land.
Collection items at Gala
Senior Curator of Collections Nancy Carlisle selected objects from Historic New England's collection for installation at the Historic New England Gala.
Hamilton House donor
New Hampshire businessman and filmmaker Michael Maglaras and his wife Terri Templeton made a gift that allowed for the restoration of a large window in the garden cottage at Hamilton House in South Berwick, Maine. From left: Maglaras, Site Manager Peggy Wishart, and Templeton.
Outside Harvard-Kent
Boston Public Schools Documentary Photo Project, Harvard-Kent Elementary School. A picture of Makaylia, Jhannie, Damani, Nashely and Ms. Cathy. We wanted to show our friends in class and a teacher we like.
Henry Moore at Langdon
Foreground: bronze reclining figure by Henry Moore given by the artist to the Gropius family in Lincoln, Massachusetts. This acquisition was made possible by generous donations from The Henry Moore Foundations and several individual donors. Background: “Palais-Royal” French scenic wallpaper, France, 1805-1810. Block printed in grisaille on a blue background. Centennial gift of Mary Ann Morse and Brooks Banker.
Untitled Henry Moore sculpture
This untitled reclining figure by Henry Moore was a gift from the artist to Walter and Ise Gropius. Historic New England acquired it and returned it to Gropius House in Lincoln, Mass.
Homepage
The homepage of Historic New England's website as it appeared just before the May 2010 launch.
Dragon boat
Boston Public Schools Documentary Photo Project, Josiah Quincy School. "This photo was in the library of the Josiah Quincy School. This photo is the photo of the dragon boat that we used in the boat race we had years ago. My comment on this photo is that it sort of scares me how the dragon looks at me."
Function rentals at Lyman Estate
A wedding under a tent at the Lyman Estate in Waltham, Mass. Photo by Glenn Livermore.
Night at Watson Farm
Watson Farm in Jamestown, R.I., hosted a fundraiser for the Center Corridor Scenic Byway Project. Pictured: Team Leader for Visitor Experience Peter Gittleman and Farm Managers Heather and Don Minto.
Diane and Carl at Centennial Open House
Historic New England President Executive Vice President/COO Diane Viera stamps the passport of President and CEO Carl Nold at the Centennial Open House at Rundlet-May House in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Open House at Coffin
Members rode their bikes to numerous properties during the Centennial Open House, including Coffin House in Newbury, Mass.
Passport
Historic New England unveiled our new Passport for members in time for the Centennial Open House.
Pauline Metcalf
Author Pauline C. Metcalf gave a talk for the newly formed Ogden Codman Design Group on her book Syrie Maugham.
Sayward coat of arms
Among the objects acquired during Historic New England's Centennial year: the Sayward family coat of arms. Sayward-Wheeler House in York Harbor, Maine, is owned by Historic New England.
Staff volunteer day
Historic New England staff at their annual volunteer day, held in 2010 at Hamilton House in South Berwick, Maine.
1,000 Great Places
Gropius House, Otis House, and Coffin House are among the 1,000 Great Places in Massachusetts.
Students at Quincy House
Students from the Wollaston School enjoy a program at Quincy House in Quincy, Mass.
Otis House tour
A guided tour at Harrison Gray Otis House in Boston, Mass.
Council
The Historic New England Council met at Arnold House in Lincoln, Rhode Island, in February 2011.
CAP record
Example of a Collections Access Project record page.
Lyman palladian
Removing the Palladian window at the Lyman Estate.
Architectural investigation at Castle Tucker
Jim Garvin, state architectural historian for New Hampshire, leads an investigation of architectural evidence at Castle Tucker in Wiscasset, Maine.
Codman driveway
Staff works to straighten the driveway at the Codman Estate in Lincoln, Massachusetts, in preparation for restoration of the ha-ha wall.
Barrett House roof
The carriage barn at Barrett House in New Ipswich, New Hampshire, sports a new roof.
Young Friends at Beauport
Young Friends of Historic New England gathered at Beauport in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
Appleton Circle Lisbon
The Appleton Circle traveled to Lisbon, Portugal, celebrating both the centennial of Historic New England and the centennial of the Portuguese republic.
National Building Museum sign
The National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., features Historic New England's exhibition Drawing Toward Home: Designs for Domestic Architecture?
Gala 1
Four guests at Historic New England's 2011 Gala. Photo by Roger Farrington.
Appleton Circle at Beauport
Members of Historic New England's Appleton Circle visit Beauport, Sleeper-McCann House in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
Appleton Circle at Langdon House
Members of Historic New England's Appleton Circle view centennial acquisitions at Governor John Langdon House in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Gala 2
A guest examines collection objects at Historic New England's 2011 Gala. Photo by Roger Farrington.
Gala 3
Three guests at Historic New England's 2011 Gala. Photo by Roger Farrington.
Gala 4
Carl Nold and guests at Historic New England's 2011 Gala. Photo by Roger Farrington.
Gala 5
Bunny Williams and guests at Historic New England's 2011 Gala.
Hicks and Nold
William C.S. Hicks, Chair during Fiscal Year 2011, and Carl Nold, President and CEO.
Leslie Keno and Appleton Circle
Leslie Keno with members of Historic New England's Appleton Circle.
Leslie Keno
 
Members' Trip
Historic New England members visit Roseland Cottage in Woodstock, Connecticut.
FY2011 Expenses
Chart of Historic New England's expenses in FY2011.
FY2011 Income
Chart of Historic New England's income in FY2011.
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