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Lyman Estate Greenhouses win preservation grants

Two grants help fund preservation project at the Lyman Estate Greenhouses in Waltham, Massachusetts.

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Lyman Estate Greenhouses awarded grants

Grants awarded to preserve historic greenhouses

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Casey Farm awarded grant from The 1772 Foundation

Historic New England receives $10,000 grant from The 1772 Foundation

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Workshops share strategies for local preservation

Historic New England and the Massachusetts Historical Commission hosted the first of three workshops as part of Preservation Month.

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May is Preservation Month

This year is the fiftieth anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act.

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Eustis Estate Historic District added to National Register

The Eustis Estate Historic District in Milton, Massachusetts, is the most recent addition to the National Register of Historic Places.

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Family honors Modern architect's legacy with fellowship

Henry Hoover's children found a creative way to carry on his work.

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Eustis Estate Historic District added to the National Register

Protecting thirteen buildings and extensive open space

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Dynamic City conference draws sold-out crowd

Over 200 advocates, activists, scholars, and planners gathered at The Dynamic City, a preservation symposium sponsored by Boston University and Historic New England.

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Rundlet-May House portico and columns repaired

Rundlet-May House portico and columns repaired

Maintaining the front line defenses in the constant battle with the elements.

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Introducing our new staff member in Vermont

Historic New England is pleased to introduce Charlotte Barrett, our new Community Preservation Manager, Western New England.

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Camellias in Bloom

Beat the winter blues at Historic New England's Lyman Estate Greenhouses

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Privy to our preservation process

Privy to our preservation process

he privy, or outdoor restroom, was a once-common feature of everyday life that has almost completely faded away.

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Celebrating preservation of 100 private properties

Bell House in Little Boar’s Head, New Hampshire, is the one hundredth property protected through Historic New England's Preservation Easement Program.

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State grant helps preserve Clemence-Irons House

Historic New England secured $29,780 grant from the Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission.

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Clemence-Irons House awarded grant

Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission grant supports preservation project at Clemence-Irons House

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Preservation easements move toward milestone

Historic New England protects ninety-nine privately owned properties.

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Historic New England protects Peter Oliver Jr. House

Ninety-ninth property protected through Preservation Easement Program

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