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In this season of giving, we are grateful for your support and hope you will join us before the end of 2015 with a tax deductible contribution to Historic Boston (HBI). Thanks to you, 2015 was a banner year of achievement for us. In addition to...

Each year at Thanksgiving, staff at Historic Boston share their favorite Thanksgiving recipes. But this year we changed it up a little; we asked our new friend Phyllis Tobin of Newton to share one of her favorites. Mrs. Tobin grew up in Mattapan just down the...

Download Newsletter (PDF) HBI’s newest print newsletter Bricks and Mortar is available now on our website. Highlights include stories on the Fowler Clark Epstein Farm, HBI’s strategic plans for the future, and updates on the Bike Kitchen at the Upham’s Corner Comfort Station. Download a copy...

Last Friday, Jamaica Plain’s Historical Society’s Michael Reiskind stopped by HBI to deliver an apple pie. This was no ordinary pie, but a Roxbury Russet apple pie. The Roxbury Russet Apple is the oldest named apple in America , dating back to the 1600s. While they are no longer...

HBI is honored to be the recipient of a program-related investment (PRI) from the 1772 Foundation of Rhode Island that will be used to support pre-development work on HBI projects.  The 1772 Foundation will give HBI a $400,000 low-interest loan at a fixed rate of...

Last night HBI’s Council of Advisors gathered at Millennium Tower Sales Office to discuss HBI’s strategic plans for the next five years  . Their feedback proved valuable as we finalize our planning for the next few years. If you’d like to know more about...