Grant Category: Historic Preservation

Church of the Redeemer

Pittsburgh, PA

Amount granted: $6,450

Grant year: 2017

Grant category: Historic Preservation

 

To support the restoration of two windows.

Founded in 1903, the Church of the Redeemer is an Episcopal church located in Pittsburgh.  It fosters an inclusive community that boasts a history of social justice and outreach ministries.

The Church’s current building was constructed in 1935 and has been designated a Historic Landmark by the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation. The stain glass windows, which were designed and made by Howard Gilmann Wilbert “represent the finest stained-glass technique in the true medieval tradition to be seen in this country.” Funds will be used to restore two windows depicting St. Patrick of Ireland.

Historic Hudson

Hudson, NY

Amount granted: $25,000

Grant year: 2017

Grant category: Historic Preservation

 

To preserve and protect the original 42 windows in the Dr. Oliver Bronson House and Estate

Historic Hudson was created to advocate for the preservation and cultural heritage of the historic architecture of the city of Hudson, NY. In 2003, Historic Hudson nominated and received listing for the Dr. Oliver Bronson House and Estate as the only National Historic Landmark in the city of Hudson.  The original Bronson federal-style house was built in 1811 and is the earliest extant example of the “Hudson River Bracketed” style.  Funds will be used to preserve and protect the original 42 windows in the home.

Hudson Opera House

Hudson, NY

Amount granted: $15,000

Grant year: 2016

Grant category: Historic Preservation

 

To support the restoration of the Grand Staircase leading from the Center Hall Gallery to the upstairs performance hall.

Built in 1855 as Hudson’s City Hall, the Hudson Opera House houses New York’s oldest surviving theater.  Its mission is to promote the arts and to play a pivotal role in the cultural and economic advancement of the region.  Funds will be used to support the restoration of the Grand Staircase leading from the Center Hall Gallery to the upstairs performance hall of this historic building.

Apollo Theater

New York, NY

Amount granted: $20,000

Grant year: 2016

Grant categories: Historic Preservation, Visual Arts and Music

 

To support its Teen Takeover program for high school students.

Apollo Theater’s mission is to preserve and develop the Theater through world class live performances and education programs that: 1) honor the influence and advance the contributions of African-American artists; and 2) advance emerging creative voices across cultural and artistic media.  Funds will be used support its annual Teen Takeover program for high school students, which is an evening of performances “for teens, by teens.”

Dorchester Historical Society

Dorchester, MA

Amount granted: $5,000

Grant year: 2013

Grant category: Historic Preservation

 

To help restore its 19th century Barn.

Partnership of the Historic Bostons

Amount granted:

Grant year: 2010

Grant category: Historic Preservation

 

$10,000 to create an educational DVD on the role of the Masschuseuk Native American tribe in early Massachusetts history.

Historic Harrisville

Harrisville, NH

Amount granted: $10,000

Grant year: 2001

Grant category: Historic Preservation

 

To Produce a Historic Structure Report On the Cheschire Mills

Womens Studio Workshop

Rosendale, NY

Amount granted: $8,000

Grant year: 2001

Grant category: Historic Preservation

 

To Supports its Adaptive Reuse Plan for its Facilities