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Casey Farm After Camp Care Week 1

Dates: 07/12/2024

Location: Casey Farm | Rhode Island

Inside the Collections Care Project: A fall find

As Historic New England’s Collections Care Project continues, hundreds more objects have been moved and the seasons have now changed from summer to autumn. This week we documented an object that fits nicely with the new fall weather. This pewter pumpkin teapot with leaf-shaped feet dates to between 1825...

Renting the Eustis Estate

Consider us for your intimate micro-wedding of 15 people, or less, at only $895! Valid April 1 – October 31, 2024. Milton, Massachusetts Host your wedding, corporate event, or private party at the Eustis Estate, a Gilded Age mansion and landscape less than ten miles from downtown Boston. Available...

Manager, Grants/Institutional Giving – Preservation

Historic New England is seeking a resourceful, articulate, and results-driven professional to play a lead role in advancing our revenue goals by securing grant funding to support property care and preservation projects and initiatives. An exceptional and evocative writer with a keen eye for context, the grants manager will...

At The Bay

Take a field trip to Narragansett Bay At Casey Farm The salt pond and cobble beach at Casey Farm offer exciting settings to explore the diversity of life along Rhode Island’s greatest natural treasure: Narragansett Bay. Students learn about fresh and saltwater wetlands and then discover the wide variety...

H. H. Richardson home threatened with demolition

UPDATE: At its December 29 meeting, the Brookline Preservation Commission voted unanimously to delay demolition of 25 Cottage Street, 39 Cottage Street, and 222 Warren Street for eighteen months. Read more. 25 Cottage Street in Brookline, Massachusetts, was home to one of the most influential and legendary architects in...

Membership

Join or renew today Historic New England membership unlocks opportunities to experience history in new and exciting ways while supporting our mission to tell the full New England story. View the membership levels listed below to find the one that’s right for you, and explore the region’s history for...

Glass-plate negatives preserve work of early female photographer

Historic New England’s collection services team works with interns to help preserve, catalogue, and digitize our archival and object collections. Below, intern Gracey Hellstrom shares what her work with glass-plate negatives from the Library and Archives tells us about an early female photographer.   The Alice Augusta Rogerson Brown photographic collection, which I helped...

Video: “Rooted: Cultivating Community in the Vermont Grange”

The Everyone’s History documentary is now available to watch for free online. Rooted: Cultivating Community in the Vermont Grange takes viewers inside the Grange, the national farmers’ fraternal order that has worked to strengthen and preserve rural communities since 1867. Made in partnership with the Vermont Folklife Center, the...

Lost Gardens of New England

Explore the rich heritage of garden design Narrated by Laura Carlo Lost Gardens of New England invites you to consider the region’s rich heritage of garden design. Drawn from an exhibition of highlights from Historic New England’s Library and Archives collections, these images illustrate the major themes of American...