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Meet award-winning authors at Historic New England Book Prize event
See historic theater curtains at Newton Town Hall in New Hampshire.
How about this spooky piece of adornment?
Just in time for Halloween!
Haymarket at Boston Book Festival
Author Ken Turino signs books at festival.
Keeping It in the Family, Part 2: W.R. Emerson and the Hemenway and Eustis Families
William Ralph Emerson designed homes for clients throughout the country, but his works were most prominent in the New England states.
Keeping It in the Family, Part 1: W.R. Emerson and the Watson and Forbes Families
William Ralph Emerson found great success as an architect, particularly in the town of Milton, Mass.
Roseland Cottage wins grant to support education programs
Barnes Foundation grant supports transportation and program costs.
Welcoming guests at Otis House
100 people attended A Century on The Hill on September 30.
Rare Dorchester daguerreotype added to the collection
See a rare exterior view from Boston's Dorchester neighborhood.
Community Preservation Grants support projects in all six New England states
Historic New England awards $1,000 grants to organizations that preserve and share New England heritage.
Making mounts for hats and shoes
Conservation staff is working with a new material, Fosshape, to make exhibition mounts for hats and shoes.
New community partnership at Merwin House
Housatonic Valley Association and Historic New England are new community partners.
Celebrating Haymarket, The Soul of the City
More than 125 visitors attended a reception at BSA Space.
Get a taste of Haymarket
Historic New England's Taste of Haymarket tour is a small feast.
Keepsakes and Treasures takes you inside New England's jewelry box
Keepsakes and Treasures: Stories from Historic New England’s Jewelry Collection is our newest book.
Lyman Estate Greenhouses win preservation grants
Two grants help fund preservation project at the Lyman Estate Greenhouses in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Governor John Langdon emerges in clay
Artist-in-residence Amanda Sisk creates a bas-relief sculpture at Gov. John Langdon House.
New England artisans to gather at Codman Estate
Historic New England invites you to the thirty-fourth annual Fine Arts and Crafts Festival at the Codman Estate.
Kintsugi gives new life to Beauport ceramics
Testing has proven that the Korean and Japanese ceramics at Beauport have been kintsugi-repaired.
See Pedro Parris watercolor at Colby
Historic New England loans watercolor to A Usable Past exhibition.
The MacDonald Family: Working the land at the Eustis Estate
For the MacDonalds, working on the farm at the Eustis Estate was a family affair.
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