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Greenwich Historical Society's Landmark Recognition 2014 Awardees Event

Screen Shot 2015-03-28 at 8.05.31 AMThe 2014 prestigious Landmark Recognition Program will be plaquing five homes and structures in Greenwich that exhibit remarkable architectural design and significance.  Included among them are the last remaining Gentleman's Farm in Greenwich, an extraordinary estate in back country once owned by the Hirschorns and now owned by Tommy and Dee Hilfiger, the Greenwich post office, the Riverside Avenue Bridge and an Italianate home in the Cos Cob historic district of Mead Ave.

This year's speaker is quite special:   the CEO of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Stephanie Meeks.   Come see some of the rich architectural gems within Greenwich and hear Stephanie speak about preservation-- looking forward. Tickets may be obtained through the Greenwich Historical Society at www.greenwichhistory.org.

 

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