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$250 Ichabod Sponsor (2 tickets to Ball and VIP Reception)
$125 Philip Sponsor (1 ticket to Ball and VIP Reception)
Ichabod Washburn and his son-in-law Philip Moen established the Washburn & Moen Manufacturing Company in 1831.
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A special thanks to our sponsors
Washburn & Moen Sponsor
North Works Sponsors
Barbed Wire Sponsors
Crinoline Wire Sponsor
Piano Wire Sponsors
Barnes Building & Remodeling
Bartholomew & Company
Lamoureux Pagano & Associates
Law Offices of Andrew J. Schultz
Mountain, Dearborn & Whiting
NAI Glickman Kovago & Jacobs
Worcester Business Development Corporation
American Automobile Association
Bisceglia, Steiman and Fudeman
Hilton Garden Inn
Stolberg, Ebbelinh & Blanchette, LLP
Sullivan, Garrity & Donnelly Insurance
Universal Environmental Consultants
In partnership with the City of Worcester, Seven Hills Foundation, Nitsche Engineering, Lamoureux Pagano Architects, CD McGuire and others, we plan to move the historic Stearns Tavern to Coes Pond. Preservation Worcester committed to paying expenses (heat, water, electricity, snow removal, lawn care, fire monitoring ….) for the building for the next 7 months. Being a small grassroots organization, this commitment is a real stretch for us. We figure our expenses will be $25 per day. PLEASE HELP US SUPPORT THE PROJECT AND PAY FOR A DAY, A COUPLE OF DAYS A WEEK OR WHATEVER WORKS WITHIN YOUR BUDGET.
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Preservation Worcester celebrates the 20th anniversary of our annual Most Endangered Structures List. The list has proven to be a highly successful tool for identifying and selecting local architectural gems that are threatened by demolition, neglect or inappropriate use. To highlight the effectiveness of the program, this year in addition to selecting 10 endangered structures, we also identified 20 successes. Go to our Most Endangered Structures tab to see our complete list of threatened properties as well as our commendations list. Also, please nominate threatened properties for our 2016 Most Endangered Structures List.
This photograph was taken on October 9, 2015 and is the most recent photo we have that shows the progress in stonework being done on the Clock Tower. We are excited as the work nears completion and will keep you posted as to when it is done.
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The mission of Preservation Worcester is to preserve for future generations the sites and structures which are significant to the culture, history, and architecture of the city and to encourage excellence in future design.
Preservation Worcester is a private, not-for-profit membership organization dedicated to the preservation of buildings, sites, and neighborhoods which represent the culture, history, and architecture of Worcester, Massachusetts.
Preservation Worcester believes that protecting the best of Worcester’s architectural heritage and promoting good design encourages community pride and identity.
To further its goals, Preservation Worcester works with neighborhood groups, developers, city departments, schools, and state and local historical commissions.