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August 22, 2014

Asbestos shingles: Removing a legacy

Asbestos cement shingles were removed from the Browne House barn in advance of structural repairs. read more...

August 19, 2014

Feast in the Field raises funds for Casey Farm

Historic New England’s event benefits one of the oldest working farms in New England. read more...

August 15, 2014

Inside the Collections Care Project: A desk set that's perfect for a wine drinker

This week's object is a desk set with Bacchus faces on the sides. read more...

August 13, 2014

Community Preservation Grants support projects in every New England state

Historic New England announces grants to support preservation projects throughout the region. read more...

August 07, 2014

Mayor Walsh of Boston supports federal historic tax credit

Mayor Martin Walsh signed the National Trust for Historic Preservation's petition this week. read more...

August 05, 2014

Inside the Collections Care Project: Porcelain jugs look like animal tusks

Check out these two beautiful examples of "tusk jugs." read more...

August 01, 2014

Inside the Collections Care Project: Moving children's mugs

Our collection of children's mugs features memorable sayings and images, such as this black bear. read more...

July 31, 2014

Designer Steven Favreau reimagines Otis House

Steven Favreau of Favreau Design and HGTV's Design Star joined Historic New England and Design New England to present how he would reimagine spaces at Otis House. read more...

July 26, 2014

What's that flag at Phillips House?

A Hawaiian flag flies over Phillips House in Salem, Massachusetts. read more...

July 24, 2014

Inside the Collections Care Project: Looking at old objects with fresh eyes

Look what we found this week during the Collections Care Project. read more...

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