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Name of the Organization
The New Haven Preservation Trust
Contact Person
Anita Buckmaster
Job Title
Operations Officer
Contact phone
203-562-5919
E-mail
info@nhpt.org
Website
http://www.nhpt.org
Interest
Advocacy, Arts
Description Interest
The New Haven Preservation Trust is Connecticut's oldest private historical preservation organization. Our mission is to honor and preserve New Haven's architectural heritage - historic buildings and neighborhoods - through advocacy, education and collaboration.

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Office Furniture Available!

Posted on January 29, 2013 at 1:08pm 0 Comments

We have the following office furniture available:

* three metal desks with wooden tops (various drawer arrangements)

* one wood-veneer desk (one file- and one-regular drawer)

* three, three-drawer lateral files

* one wooden project table (has seen a lot of hard use, but might be right for a workshop or warehouse)

 

Free to any non-profit that can cart it away by Jan. 31st! Please contact The New Haven Preservation Trust at 203-562-5919 or email…

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At 1:49pm on March 29, 2010, Roger Senserrich - CAHS said…
Welcome! Glad to have you here - now time to post events and programs, so we can help :-)
At 1:18pm on March 29, 2010, Lee Cruz said…
Anita,
Welcome to GNH Coomunity. We are glad you are here and that you are joing groups! Please post information that you think will be of interest to other nonprofits and their clients.

Given the historic nature of Chatham Square Neighborhood the NHPT might also want to join www.chathamsquare.ning.com, perhaps even begin a discussion and information group for those of us who live in the neighborhood and own historic houses.
At 12:55pm on March 29, 2010, Ken Janke said…
Anita

Welcome to the GNH community site. I look forward to hearing more about you and your ideas for New Haven.

Ken Janke
 
 
 

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