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The Shirley-Eustis House Announces Lecture on Thursday, February 21, 2012“On the Road to Boston:  Remembering Historic Structures in Roxbury”BOSTON, Mass. – The Shirley-Eustis House, a National Historic Landmark house museum and carriage house at 33 Shirley Street in Boston, Massachusetts announces a lecture to be...

Our guest blogger today is Matthew Kiefer, HBI's Board President, who discusses his and HBI's early involvement with the Hayden Building.At the end of February, Historic Boston re-dedicated the Hayden Building in Chinatown, an occasion marked by writhing lion dancers, excellent food, general pageantry and...

Thursday, January 28th was a big day for HBI. After twenty years, the new design for the Hayden Building, H.H. Richardson's last surviving commercial building in Boston, was unveiled. The Ribbon Cutting was a celebration of Boston architecture, preservation, and the Chinatown neighborhood that the...

After 12 years, HBI bids farewell on March 8th to Jeffrey Gonyeau, our Senior Program Manager for the Historic Neighborhood Centers program.   Jeff has accepted a new position as the fundraising coordinator for the comprehensive restoration of All Saints, Ashmont in Dorchester. While the project...