Preservation Society of Pawtucket encourages applications for historic marker program

THE POTTER-COLLYER HOUSE, at 67 Cedar St., was recently awarded a historic marker by the Preservation Society of Pawtucket. Originally built in 1863, it was augmented and expanded in 1877, 1895 and 1902, and was moved from its original location on the west side of Pine Street in 1962 during the construction of Interstate 95. / COURTESY PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF PAWTUCKET
THE POTTER-COLLYER HOUSE, at 67 Cedar St., was recently awarded a historic marker by the Preservation Society of Pawtucket. Originally built in 1863, it was augmented and expanded in 1877, 1895 and 1902, and was moved from its original location on the west side of Pine Street in 1962 during the construction of Interstate 95. / COURTESY PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF PAWTUCKET
PAWTUCKET – The Preservation Society of Pawtucket announced on Tuesday that it was seeking applications from business and homeowners to apply for its historic marker program, which aims to raise awareness of historic structures in the city. Buildings are judged based on their historical relevance, such as their connection to a historical event or trend,…

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