Old South Meeting House and Historic Preservation in America

WED, MAY 25, 2016 (00:00)

Erica Lindamood of Old South Meeting House and Alison Frazee of the Boston Preservation Alliance discuss the Meeting House’s important place in the historic preservation movement throughout New England and across the nation. From America’s first stay of demolition, to creative fundraising solutions involving the “Mary Had a Little Lamb” namesake and a fiery speech by Wendell Phillips, there’s a story for historians and preservation buffs of all stripes. (Image: Flickr/Boston Public Library)

+ BIO: Erica Lindamood

Erica Lindamood is the Director of Public and Community Programs at Revolutionary Spaces.

Her position consists of researching, developing, and executing a multifaceted set of public programs—including theatrical performances, lectures, public art, and film screenings—that highlight the unique resources of the Old State House and the Old South Meeting House, and that position Revolutionary Spaces as a dependable hub for cultural programming.

Previously, she was Education Director at Old South Meeting House, which has now merged with the Old State House to form Revolutionary Spaces.

+ BIO: Alison Frazee

Alison Frazee is the Director of Advocacy and an Outreach Coordinator at the Boston Preservation Alliance.

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