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N.H. Preservation Alliance Program Spotlights Endangered Historic Landmarks

Seven to Save Announcement Virtual Gathering

Tuesday, October 20 at 4:30 p.m.

Sponsored by the N.H. Preservation Alliance

No charge

RSVP to and registrants will receive information on the virtual event.

Join the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance for the announcement of its 2020 Seven to Save list on October 20 at 4:30 p.m. The event will be live but virtual this year because of the pandemic. Past announcement locations have included significant, once-threatened sites like Daniel Webster Farm in Franklin and the Wolfeboro Town Hall.


RSVP to, and registrants will receive a confirmation and instructions for the virtual program. More at The event is free but donations are suggested.


Seven to Save feels extra special this year because our members and friends are telling is that our historic buildings, downtowns and village centers are offering positive feelings of community and steadfastness in these uncertain times,” said Jennifer Goodman, executive director of the Preservation Alliance. She also noted that preservation investment supports good-paying jobs and contributes to economic vitality.


Since 2006, the Preservation Alliance's Seven to Save has helped attract attention and resources to irreplaceable landmarks around the state. Progress with the Chandler House in Manchester and the rescue of the Gale School in Belmont are two recent successes. More than half are considered out of danger or saved. Many owners and advocates for the former listees used the designation to help develop new solutions and secure new investments. Many places are in the process of rehabilitation, while others continue to need significant additional help. A few have been lost.  Criteria for selection include: historical significance, imminence of threat, and potential impact of listing a site.  


Olld-houseThe New Hampshire Preservation Alliance is the statewide membership organization dedicated to preserving historic buildings, communities and landscapes through education and advocacy.  For more information,


Thanks to our generous sponsors: The Anagnost Companies; Chinburg Management, LLC; and TMS Architects. Also Bedard Preservation & Restoration, LLC; Ian Blackman Restoration & Preservation, LLC; , Dennis Mires, PA, The Architects; JLT Painting; Misiaszek Turpin, PLLC; Nathan Wechsler & Co.; TFMoran, Inc;. and Turnstone Corporation. And Altus Engineering, Inc., Arch Weathers Historic SashWorks, Cobb Hill Construction, Piscataqua Savings Bank, SMP Architecture, and Udelsman Associates.