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Preservation & People (PM Newsletter), Summer 2003

Preservation & People (PM Newsletter), Summer 2003

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NON-PROFITORG.U.S.POSTAGEPAIDBOSTON, MAPERMITNO.52216
Mark Your Calendar!
PreservatiON MASS45 School StreetBoston, MA02108
PRESERVATION
MASS
PreservatiON MASS
5:30 PM, Tuesday, November18, 2003
 Fall Preservation Gathering 
.406 Club, Fenway Park, BostonFor more info call 617-723-3383 or visitwww.preservationmass.org
Historic Deerfield
October12 – 18, 2003
 RIVER AND VALLEY Tour 
For more info call Donald Friary at 413-775-7166 or emaildfriary@historic-deerfield.org
JONES RIVER VILLAGE HISTORICALSOCIETY
9:00 – 11:00 AM,Sundays in August, 2003
Sunday Brunch at the home of Mayor John Bradford 
, Landing Road, KingstonFor more info call Norman Tucker at 781-582-9459
National Trust for HistoricPreservation
Sept. 30 – Oct. 5, 2003
 National Preservation Conference: New Frontiers in Preservation
Denver, ColoradoFor more info call 800-944-6847 or emailconference@nthp.org.
Old Sturbridge Village
9:30 AM – 5:00 PM,Aug. 30 – Sept. 1, 2003
 Family Fun Days
September14 – 19, 2003
 Elderhostel: “Getting Your Hands on the Past: New England Crafts and ForgottenSkills”
Registration required. For more info call508-347-3362, ext. 285.
9:30 AM – 5:00 PM,September27 -28, 2003
 An Early 19thCentury Agricultural Fair 
For more info call 508-347-3362, ext. 307.
Preservation Worcester
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM,Friday, September27, 2003
 ADay in the Country
Atour of eleven historic buildings inPrinceton, MATickets are $23 in advance, $25 day of event. For information call PreservationWorcester at 508-754-8760
WHALE
Friday, October17, 2003
13th Annual Wine Festival & Silent  Auction
Custom House Square, New BedfordFor more info call 508-997-1776 or visitwww.waterfrontleague.org
 
&
PRESERVATION
Vol. 18, NO. 3
PreservatiON Mass
SUMMER 2003
PreservationPeople
MASS
In this Issue…
 From the Chair of the Board..................................2 PreservatiON MASS awarded Furthermore Grant..3The Provincetown Historical Commission..............5 Preservation Coalition News Briefs........................7
Back row, l to r:
Jim Igoe, Paul Pezzella (PreservationCoalition Lobbyist), Peter Welsh, Bob Bernstein, SamKnight, Jim Alexander, Doug Kelleher, Paul McGinley,Nancy Brickley, Claudia Wu, Dick Lundgren, BobKuehn.
Front row, l to r:
Kate Ranweiler, Kathy Born, AllenJohnson, Tom Birmingham, Maury Childs, CarolBratley, Clarissa Rowe, Sarah DiSano.
 Missing fromphoto
: Jean Carroon, Anthony Consigli, Kay FlynnCoughlin, Otile McManus, Louis Miller and MarionPressley.
PreservatiON MASS Board and Staff at the June BoardMeeting, held at Fenway Park on Friday, June 20, 2003.
 
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Preservation & People,
Summer 2003
From the Chair of the Board
Few would disagree that summer is the most pictur-esque, lively and exciting season in Massachusetts!
From the incredible musical and theatrical performances at Tangle-wood and Jacob’s Pillow in the Berkshires, to the charmingseascapes of Cape Cod, the Commonwealth has no shortage of his-toric and cultural resources that flourish in summertime. Summer isalso peak tourism season in Massachusetts; and as research hasproven time and time again, one of the key reasons people vacationin our state is to experience our heritage through our many well-preserved historic buildings, neighborhoods and landscapes. For thisreason, preserving our historic resources is crucial to sustaining andgrowing our economy. And while some of our most famous historic resources—the StateHouse, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, The Mount and the village of Deerfield—are secure in their futures, many of our lesser-knownhistoric places are still struggling with preservation issues. As thecountless phone calls and emails, and the dozens of Ten MostEndangered Historic Resource nominations we receive each yearconfirm, the need for strong and widespread preservation advocacy,education, and rehabilitation programs is greater than ever.In this issue of 
 Preservation & People
, PreservatiON MASS ishighlighting some recent challenges encountered and victoriesachieved by groups across the Commonwealth in their ongoingwork to preserve our heritage. Their stories prove that, even in thisdifficult economic climate, historic preservation efforts can, andmust, continue. Also in this issue, we would like to update you on some of ourown recent activities and achievements, such as the FurthermoreFoundation grant we’ve been awarded to print our long-awaitedSchool Building Initiative report; and the Preservation Coalition’sappearance before the State Legislature’s Joint Committee on Taxa-tion, to testify in support of the Massachusetts Real Estate Invest-ment Act (H.2903).This is an exciting and crucial time for historic preservation inMassachusetts. Please read the articles in this newsletter and visitour website, www.preservationmass.org, on a regular basis to stayinformed about the latest preservation issues, events and programstaking place in Massachusetts and across the nation. As always, Iwelcome your input as to how PreservatiON MASS can be a moreeffective preservation advocate in your community. Please feel freeto contact us any time with questions, suggestions and ideas.
 Maury Childs
Preservati
ON MASS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2003
Officers
Maurice F. Childs, FAIA,
Chair 
James G. Alexander, FAIA
Vice Chair 
Samuel B. Knight, Jr.,
Treasurer 
Claudia Sauermann Wu,
Clerk
Board of Directors
Robert BernsteinThomas F. BirminghamKathleen Leahy Born, AIACarol BratleyNancy BrickleyJean Carroon, AIAAnthony ConsigliKatherine D. Flynn CoughlinPaul A. FaracaAllen F. JohnsonDouglas Kelleher Robert H. Kuehn, Jr.Richard LundgrenPaul J. McGinley, AICPOtile McManusLouis Miller Marion Pressley, FASLAClarissa RowePeter Welsh
Staff 
James W. Igoe,
Executive Director 
Sarah DiSano,
Program Coordinator 
Kate Aksadi,
Office Manager PreservatiON MASS gratefully acknowledgesthe following Corporate Members
BENEFACTORS
Architectural Heritage FoundationChilds.Bertman.Tseckares.Inc.Consigli Construction Co., Inc.Suffolk Construction Company
PATRONS
Carol BratleyCahootsCassin Winn DevelopmentPaul FaracaLaurie GuptillGoody Clancy & AssociatesNER Construction, Inc.PrintCentreSimpson, Gumpertz & Heger, Inc.Tofias PCVanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc.
SPONSORS
Arrowstreet, Inc.Barr & Barr, Inc., BuildersBuilding Conservation Associates, Inc.Colantonio Inc.Dimeo Construction CompanyFinegold Alexander + AssociatesRichard J. LundgrenShawmut Design and Construction

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