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June 3, 2010MAPD/APA PresentationMichele Barker, Dorr Fox, Steve Moga, Circuit Riders
June 3, 2010Circuit Rider MapJune 3 2010
June 3, 2010Dorr FoxSoutheastern Massachusetts, CapeCod, & the Islands
June 3, 2010Southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod & the Islands
June 3, 2010Most Endangered Historic Resources List:New Bedford, Easton, Duxbury, Milton
June 3, 2010Advocacy: Chatham, Brewster, Barnstable
June 3, 2010March 18, 2010Schools – Norwood, Bourne, Wellesley
June 3, 2010Demolition: New Bedford, Harwich, Sandwich
June 3, 2010Modernism: Provincetown, Wellfleet
June 3, 2010Grants: Plymouth, Kingston, CarverAnnual MeetingJanuary 27, 2010
June 3, 2010Grants: New Bedford, Fall River
June 3, 2010CPA Projects: Hanover. Wareham, DartmouthAnnual MeetingJanuary 27, 2010
June 3, 2010Municipal Projects: Wareham, Taunton, Falmouth, Brockton
June 3, 2010Non-profits: Wellfleet, Scituate, Westport,
June 3, 2010Friends Meeting Houses: Mattapoisett, Somerset,WestportAnnual MeetingJanuary 27, 2010
June 3, 2010Barns: Somerset, Dartmouth, Tisbury (Vineyard Haven)
June 3, 2010Neighborhoods: Middleborough, Oak Bluffs, Rochester
June 3, 2010Residences: Randolph, Middleborough
June 3, 2010Workshops: Cape Cod , Dighton
June 3, 2010Steve MogaNortheastern Massachusetts
June 3, 2010EASTERN MASS.CIRCUIT RIDERREGIONSteve Moga
June 3, 2010CPA COMMUNITIESBoxfordCambridgeCarlisleConcordGloucesterHamiltonLittletonManchester by-the-seaNewburyportNorth...
June 3, 2010CITIES599,351 Boston*103,512 Lowell*101,388 Cambridge91,622 Quincy59,902 Haverhill30,308 Gloucester17,144 Newb...
June 3, 2010EDUCATIONALINSTITUTIONSBOSTONBENJAMIN FRANKLIN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY(1908)SOUTH END LANDMARK DISTRICTTHEN: S...
June 3, 2010HISTORIC CHURCHESWESTFORDFIRST PARISH(1794, alt. 1860)BOSTONST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL(1904, 1916)BOSTONGREENWOOD ME...
June 3, 2010CONCORDROBBINS HOUSE (c. 1790)THEN: HOUSENOW: VACANT HOUSEFUTURE: PROPOSED MUSEUMTHE DRINKING GOURD PROJECTLOW...
June 3, 2010BOXFORDHOWE-CUMMINGS HOUSE (1841)THEN: HOUSE, DONATED TO TOWNFOR USE AS A LIBRARYNOW: LIBRARYOLD HOUSES
June 3, 2010LOWELLNEW ENGLAND QUILT MUSEUM (1845)THEN: LOWELL INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS (BANK)NOW: MUSEUMMUSEUMS
June 3, 2010NORTH ANDOVER ROLLING RIDGETHEN: ESTATE AND GARDENS (1920s)NOW: RELIGIOUS CONFERENCE & RETREAT CENTERCULTURAL ...
June 3, 2010SUDBURY WOLBACH FARMTHEN: ESTATE AND GARDENS (1880s-1920s)NOW: SUDBURY VALLEY TRUSTEES OFFICES & OPEN SPACECUL...
June 3, 2010CARLISLE BOG HOUSETHEN: CRANBERRY BOGNOW: CRANBERRY BOG & OPEN SPACECULTURAL LANDSCAPESLAND CONSERVATION AND H...
June 3, 2010TOWN CENTERSSOUTHBOROUGH TYNGSBOROUGH
June 3, 2010CITY- AND TOWN-OWNED BUILDINGS
June 3, 2010Michele P. BarkerWestern & Central Massachusetts
June 3, 2010Western and Central Massachusetts
June 3, 2010MonsonMemorial Town Hall, 1884PaxtonTown Hall, 1888West StockbridgeOld Town Hall, 1854PelhamOld Meetinghouse, ...
June 3, 2010CharlemontCharlemont Inn, 1787National Register ofHistoric PlacesWilliamstownBenjamin SimondsInn, 1770National...
June 3, 2010PetershamNichewaug Inn, 1899Friends of the NichewaugInnPetersham CommonLocal and NationalRegister Historic Dis...
June 3, 2010Industrial Buildings and ComplexesGreenfieldMuseum of OurIndustrial HeritageEasthamptonPleasant Street FeltMills
June 3, 2010WestfieldWestfield Whip Manufacturing Co.circa 1890National Register of Historic Places
June 3, 2010GranvilleNoble & Cooley Drum Factory, 1854-93Noble & Cooley Center for Historic PreservationGranville Village ...
June 3, 2010OrangeNystrom/Spear Blacksmith Shop,Circa 1850Orange Historical SocietyMendonCobbler’s shop, circa 1850Mendon ...
June 3, 2010Religious propertiesAtholSt. Francis of AssisiChurchSpringfieldSt. Rachel’sChurchWilliamsburgHaydenvilleCongre...
June 3, 2010DudleyKeekamoochaug Brook Farm, circa 1760Agricultural Sites and Structures
June 3, 2010SunderlandHubbard Tavern andFarm, 1763
June 3, 2010East Brookfield AgawamBuckland Plainfield
June 3, 2010StowCenter SchoolsiteStone applebarn andblacksmithshop
June 3, 2010ChicopeePolish Cultural Center(Former Holy Name Rectory)Springfield Street NationalRegister Historic DistrictE...
June 3, 2010GraftonHassanamiscoReservationCisco Homestead,circa 1800Nipmuc NationPM MostEndangered, 2009
June 3, 2010Great Barrington“Five Acres” - JamesWeldon Johnson Houseand writing cabin, 1926WorcesterMarshall W. “Major”Tay...
June 3, 2010GranvilleTown GreenGranville Center Historic DistrictTown Commons
June 3, 2010Historic Burial Grounds: Hadley, Belchertown
June 3, 2010OtisKnox Trail segmentand 18th-century milemarkerOtis HistoricalCommission andBicentennialCommittee
June 3, 2010LenoxHistoric WestinghouseStreetlightsHistoric objects and community character
June 3, 2010GreenfieldWinslow Block, circa 1918BelchertownLawrenceMemorialTown Hall, 1923GoshenOld Town Hall,1906-1912Hist...
June 3, 2010GranvilleJensen House,mid-18th centuryGranville HistoricalCommission and Society
June 3, 2010Old City Hall45 School StreetBoston, MA 02108(617) 723-3383www.preservationmass.orgNortheast Office7 Faneuil H...
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Michele Barker
Dorr Fox
Steve Moga
Preservation Massachusetts
National Trust for Historic Preservation

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Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders

  1. 1. June 3, 2010MAPD/APA PresentationMichele Barker, Dorr Fox, Steve Moga, Circuit Riders
  2. 2. June 3, 2010Circuit Rider MapJune 3 2010
  3. 3. June 3, 2010Dorr FoxSoutheastern Massachusetts, CapeCod, & the Islands
  4. 4. June 3, 2010Southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod & the Islands
  5. 5. June 3, 2010Most Endangered Historic Resources List:New Bedford, Easton, Duxbury, Milton
  6. 6. June 3, 2010Advocacy: Chatham, Brewster, Barnstable
  7. 7. June 3, 2010March 18, 2010Schools – Norwood, Bourne, Wellesley
  8. 8. June 3, 2010Demolition: New Bedford, Harwich, Sandwich
  9. 9. June 3, 2010Modernism: Provincetown, Wellfleet
  10. 10. June 3, 2010Grants: Plymouth, Kingston, CarverAnnual MeetingJanuary 27, 2010
  11. 11. June 3, 2010Grants: New Bedford, Fall River
  12. 12. June 3, 2010CPA Projects: Hanover. Wareham, DartmouthAnnual MeetingJanuary 27, 2010
  13. 13. June 3, 2010Municipal Projects: Wareham, Taunton, Falmouth, Brockton
  14. 14. June 3, 2010Non-profits: Wellfleet, Scituate, Westport,
  15. 15. June 3, 2010Friends Meeting Houses: Mattapoisett, Somerset,WestportAnnual MeetingJanuary 27, 2010
  16. 16. June 3, 2010Barns: Somerset, Dartmouth, Tisbury (Vineyard Haven)
  17. 17. June 3, 2010Neighborhoods: Middleborough, Oak Bluffs, Rochester
  18. 18. June 3, 2010Residences: Randolph, Middleborough
  19. 19. June 3, 2010Workshops: Cape Cod , Dighton
  20. 20. June 3, 2010Steve MogaNortheastern Massachusetts
  21. 21. June 3, 2010EASTERN MASS.CIRCUIT RIDERREGIONSteve Moga
  22. 22. June 3, 2010CPA COMMUNITIESBoxfordCambridgeCarlisleConcordGloucesterHamiltonLittletonManchester by-the-seaNewburyportNorth AndoverSouthboroughSudburyTyngsboroughWestfordNON-CPA COMMUNITIESBelmontBoston*HaverhillHullIpswichLancasterLowell*PepperellQuincy
  23. 23. June 3, 2010CITIES599,351 Boston*103,512 Lowell*101,388 Cambridge91,622 Quincy59,902 Haverhill30,308 Gloucester17,144 NewburyportTOWNS27,637 North Andover23,356 Belmont21,790 Westford17,159 Sudbury16,840 Concord13,245 Ipswich11,860 Tyngsborough11,409 Pepperell11,068 Hull9,484 Southborough8,714 Littleton8,188 Hamilton8,074 Boxford7,047 Lancaster5,265 Manchester by-the-sea4,882 Carlisle2007 POPULATION
  24. 24. June 3, 2010EDUCATIONALINSTITUTIONSBOSTONBENJAMIN FRANKLIN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY(1908)SOUTH END LANDMARK DISTRICTTHEN: SCHOOLNOW: SCHOOL
  25. 25. June 3, 2010HISTORIC CHURCHESWESTFORDFIRST PARISH(1794, alt. 1860)BOSTONST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL(1904, 1916)BOSTONGREENWOOD MEMORIAL(1901)
  26. 26. June 3, 2010CONCORDROBBINS HOUSE (c. 1790)THEN: HOUSENOW: VACANT HOUSEFUTURE: PROPOSED MUSEUMTHE DRINKING GOURD PROJECTLOWELLBOWERS HOUSE (1673)THEN: HOUSE AND FARMNOW: VACANT HOUSEFUTURE: UNKNOWNOLD HOUSES
  27. 27. June 3, 2010BOXFORDHOWE-CUMMINGS HOUSE (1841)THEN: HOUSE, DONATED TO TOWNFOR USE AS A LIBRARYNOW: LIBRARYOLD HOUSES
  28. 28. June 3, 2010LOWELLNEW ENGLAND QUILT MUSEUM (1845)THEN: LOWELL INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS (BANK)NOW: MUSEUMMUSEUMS
  29. 29. June 3, 2010NORTH ANDOVER ROLLING RIDGETHEN: ESTATE AND GARDENS (1920s)NOW: RELIGIOUS CONFERENCE & RETREAT CENTERCULTURAL LANDSCAPESLAND CONSERVATION AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION
  30. 30. June 3, 2010SUDBURY WOLBACH FARMTHEN: ESTATE AND GARDENS (1880s-1920s)NOW: SUDBURY VALLEY TRUSTEES OFFICES & OPEN SPACECULTURAL LANDSCAPESLAND CONSERVATION AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION
  31. 31. June 3, 2010CARLISLE BOG HOUSETHEN: CRANBERRY BOGNOW: CRANBERRY BOG & OPEN SPACECULTURAL LANDSCAPESLAND CONSERVATION AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION
  32. 32. June 3, 2010TOWN CENTERSSOUTHBOROUGH TYNGSBOROUGH
  33. 33. June 3, 2010CITY- AND TOWN-OWNED BUILDINGS
  34. 34. June 3, 2010Michele P. BarkerWestern & Central Massachusetts
  35. 35. June 3, 2010Western and Central Massachusetts
  36. 36. June 3, 2010MonsonMemorial Town Hall, 1884PaxtonTown Hall, 1888West StockbridgeOld Town Hall, 1854PelhamOld Meetinghouse, 1743Municipal Buildings
  37. 37. June 3, 2010CharlemontCharlemont Inn, 1787National Register ofHistoric PlacesWilliamstownBenjamin SimondsInn, 1770National Register ofHistoric PlacesHistoric Inns and Taverns
  38. 38. June 3, 2010PetershamNichewaug Inn, 1899Friends of the NichewaugInnPetersham CommonLocal and NationalRegister Historic District
  39. 39. June 3, 2010Industrial Buildings and ComplexesGreenfieldMuseum of OurIndustrial HeritageEasthamptonPleasant Street FeltMills
  40. 40. June 3, 2010WestfieldWestfield Whip Manufacturing Co.circa 1890National Register of Historic Places
  41. 41. June 3, 2010GranvilleNoble & Cooley Drum Factory, 1854-93Noble & Cooley Center for Historic PreservationGranville Village National Register Historic District
  42. 42. June 3, 2010OrangeNystrom/Spear Blacksmith Shop,Circa 1850Orange Historical SocietyMendonCobbler’s shop, circa 1850Mendon Historical CommissionRural industry and craftshops
  43. 43. June 3, 2010Religious propertiesAtholSt. Francis of AssisiChurchSpringfieldSt. Rachel’sChurchWilliamsburgHaydenvilleCongregationalChurch
  44. 44. June 3, 2010DudleyKeekamoochaug Brook Farm, circa 1760Agricultural Sites and Structures
  45. 45. June 3, 2010SunderlandHubbard Tavern andFarm, 1763
  46. 46. June 3, 2010East Brookfield AgawamBuckland Plainfield
  47. 47. June 3, 2010StowCenter SchoolsiteStone applebarn andblacksmithshop
  48. 48. June 3, 2010ChicopeePolish Cultural Center(Former Holy Name Rectory)Springfield Street NationalRegister Historic DistrictEthnic Heritage preservation
  49. 49. June 3, 2010GraftonHassanamiscoReservationCisco Homestead,circa 1800Nipmuc NationPM MostEndangered, 2009
  50. 50. June 3, 2010Great Barrington“Five Acres” - JamesWeldon Johnson Houseand writing cabin, 1926WorcesterMarshall W. “Major”Taylor Housec. 1900
  51. 51. June 3, 2010GranvilleTown GreenGranville Center Historic DistrictTown Commons
  52. 52. June 3, 2010Historic Burial Grounds: Hadley, Belchertown
  53. 53. June 3, 2010OtisKnox Trail segmentand 18th-century milemarkerOtis HistoricalCommission andBicentennialCommittee
  54. 54. June 3, 2010LenoxHistoric WestinghouseStreetlightsHistoric objects and community character
  55. 55. June 3, 2010GreenfieldWinslow Block, circa 1918BelchertownLawrenceMemorialTown Hall, 1923GoshenOld Town Hall,1906-1912Historic windows
  56. 56. June 3, 2010GranvilleJensen House,mid-18th centuryGranville HistoricalCommission and Society
  57. 57. June 3, 2010Old City Hall45 School StreetBoston, MA 02108(617) 723-3383www.preservationmass.orgNortheast Office7 Faneuil Hall Marketplace4th FloorBoston, Massachusetts 02109Phone: 617-523-0885Fax: 617-523-1199www.preservationnation.org

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