Historic Preservation Matching Grants Awarded in Connecticut

Posted August 27th, 2015 by maryalbro and filed in News & Announcements
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The 1772 Foundation and the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation have awarded 21 historic preservation 1:1 matching grants totaling $190,000 for exterior painting; fire detection and/or security systems; roof, porch, and window repair/restoration; sill and foundation repair/replacement; and chimney repointing. Grants also were awarded in New Jersey and Rhode Island.

GranteeSite Award    
Amity-Woodbridge Historical Society (Woodbridge)Thomas Darling House$7,900
Avery-Copp House (Groton)Avery-Copp House$3,500
Bethel Historical SocietySecond Meeting House$3,150
Booth & Dimock Memorial Library (Coventry)Booth & Dimock Memorial Library$2,330
Bristol Historical SocietyFormer Bristol High School$15,000
The Deacon John Grave Foundation (Madison)Deacon John Grave barn$4,550
Deep River Historical SocietyStone House$4,200
Dorothy Whitfield Historical Society (Guilford)Hyland House Museum$5,000
Guilford Keeping SocietyMedad Stone Tavern$15,000
Kent Historical SocietySeven Hearths$15,000
Milford Historical Society Clark-Stockade House$9,750
New Haven Colony Historical SocietyNew Haven Museum$15,000
Pomfret Historical SocietyOld Town House$7,000
Portland Historical SocietyWhite-Overton-Callander House$10,000
Preston Historical SocietyLong Society Meetinghouse$14,500
Ridgefield Veteran's Memorial Community AssociationLounsbury House $15,000
Sharon Historical SocietyGay-Hoyt House$12,950
Strong Family Farm (Vernon)Strong Family Farm barn$10,220
Thompson Historical SocietyEllen Larned Memorial Building $5,000
Weantinoge Heritage Land Trust (New Milford)Smyrski Farm Red Barn$8,500
Wethersfield Historical SocietyHurlbut-Dunham House$6,450