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Among the premier historic preservation organizations in the country, the National Trust has an impressive list of important New England properties.




"The National Trust for Historic Preservation is a privately funded non-profit organization that provides leadership, education, advocacy, and resources to save America's diverse historic places and revitalize our communities." 

Founded in 1949, the National Trust now cares for 26 historic sites throughout the USA, including four in New England: the African Meeting House and Abiel Smith School in Boston, Chesterwood in Stockbridge MA, Touro Synagogue in Newport RI, and Frank Lloyd Wright's Glass House in New Canaan CT.

The National Trust for Historic Preservation
1785 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington DC 20036-2117
Tel: 202-588-6000 or toll-free 800-944-6847
Fax: 202-588-6038



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Studio at Chesterwood, Stockbridge MA

The studio of famed sculptor Daniel Chester French at Chesterwood, his summer estate (and now a National Trust property) at Stockbridge MA in the Massachusetts Berkshire Hills.


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