Lowell National Historic Park 2016 Reception

Digital Manager on May 13th, 2016

For the tenth year, Lowell National Historical Park recognized contributions to the city of Lowell in the realms of preservation and heritage as part of National Preservation Month at a reception held at the Boott Cotton Mills Museum on May 12. These two award categories represent the important nature of the park’s dual mission to “preserve and interpret the nationally significant historical and cultural sites” in Lowell. The reception also marked the kick-off for Doors Open Lowell 2016. For more information visit https://www.nps.gov/lowe/learn/news/2016-excellence-awards-recognizing-community-contributions-in-historic-preservation-and-cultural-heritage.htm.

  • Celeste Bernardo (left), superintendent at Lowell National Historical Park, along with Lowell author and historian Paul Marion (right) present Richard Howe Jr. (center) with the 2016 award for Excellence in Cultural Heritage for his work with Lowell Walks. Photo by Adrien Bisson.

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