Preservation at Work
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The McIntire Historic District (downloadable pdf file)
Written by Dean Lahikainen
Salem’s largest historic district is named in honor of the city’s most famous architect and wood carver, Samuel McIntire, who lived at 31 Summer Street. During his active career from 1780 to 1811, he designed scores of public and private buildings that transformed Salem into one of the most beautiful port towns in America.
Thank you to all our members for helping us play our role in saving cultural and architectural history of Salem.
Special thank you to our event and capital supporters.
William & Connie Barlow, Jeffery P. Beale, Nathalie Binney, Barbara Cleary & David Hart, Brenton & Elizabeth Dickson, Debra Glabeau & Ken Harris, Daniel Randall, John Schneider, Meg Twohey & Darrow Lebovici, The Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation, Foot Print Power, RCG LLC, Salem Five Charitable Foundation, Salem Waterfront Hotel and Suites, Soucy Insurance Agency, Turner’s Seafood at Lyceum Hall