Victorian Society of America/New England Chapter Recognizes Longyear Museum and Wolf Architects - June 30, 2015
Following extensive investigation and research, two phases of construction, and the installation of furnishings and exhibits, the restored Mary Baker Eddy Historic House in Lynn, Massachusetts has been recognized with a Preservation Award by the Victorian Society of America/New England Chapter. The Longyear Museum---which has owned and operated the house museum since 2006---and Wolf Architects both received award plaques in a June 30 ceremony at Longyear's Mary Baker Eddy House in Newton.
The same evening, Ellen J. Lipsey, long-time director of the Boston Landmarks Commission, received a Lifetime Achievement Award, and Nancy and Tom Hill received an Award for their development of the website BackBayHouses.com.
Gary Wolf, AIA, previously received a VSA/NE Preservation Award for the historic 1843 Hill-Kennard-Ogden House in Brookline, adapted as the home of the Brookline Music School.