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Architectural Ambler: County Street Historic District

New Bedford, MA To walk through the County Street Historic District of New Bedford, Massachusetts is to enter into a three-dimensional textbook of 19th-century American residential architecture. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1976, the district features a treasure trove of 19th-century houses designed by such prominent architects as Richard Upjohn, Russell […]

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Columns: September 2007

President’s Message Autumn is a time of change: summer shifts to fall, leaves change from green to fiery red, a new school year begins. These are cyclical changes. They occur year after year and comfort us with their constancy. Our historic buildings also provide us with constancy. Tributes to our heritage, they ground us as […]

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