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Charlestown Homeowner Handbook Has Arrived

Pick up your copy of the Preservation Society's first guide to local architecture.

The Charlestown Preservation Society has announced the arrival of Charlestown’s first ever Homeowner’s Handbook.

"Charlestown History and Architecture: Guide for Homeowners, Residents, and Visitors" contains a Charlestown history and corresponding architectural styles, character defining architectural features and preservation methods, and many resources for homeowners.    

The publishing of the handbook brings to fruition a long-term project for the Charlestown Preservation Society. Several members and friends of CPS have worked tirelessly for several years researching, documenting and putting together this handbook for the community.  

The Handbook will be available on Dec. 1 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the Holiday Stroll in the Thompson Square Bank Building. Look for the CPS table near the Bunker Hill Florist. The suggested donation for each copy is $15. Please bring cash or check.

Individuals who want to become a member of the Charlestown Preservation Society may join and receive a copy of the handbook as a membership benefit.

Doing some holiday shopping this weekend? The book would make an excellent holiday gift.

Jay K. December 01, 2012 at 02:08 PM
This Scribd reader is awful. I just want to download the pdf and zoom in on my own. I can't even print to pdf. Can you provide a link to the pdf so I don't have to print it out?
Becca Manning December 01, 2012 at 09:27 PM
Shoot me an email and I'll respond with the PDF.

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