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New Hampshire foundation supports roof project at Barrett House

December 10, 2011

Barrett House barn

Historic New England has secured a grant of $10,000 from the Putnam Foundation of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.  The grant supports the replacement of a portion of the roof of the barn at the Barrett House in New Ipswich, New Hampshire. It allows Historic New England to continue preservation efforts at the barn, protect the historic collections on display, and ensure the preservation of this community-defining property for future generations of visitors, researchers, and the citizens of New Hampshire. 

This work is scheduled to take place in 2012. If you would like to contribute toward the roof replacement, or help support work at all of our thirty-six historic properties, please consider contributing to the Preservation Maintenance Fund.

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New Hampshire foundation supports roof project at Barrett House