House of General Charles G. Loring
Prides Crossing, Massachusetts
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to the Vincent J. Scully, Jr. Center on Shingle Style Architecture
at the General Charles G. Loring House

The Friends of the General Charles G. Loring House are seeking to raise funds to donate this significant example of Shingle-style architecture to Historic New England as a study property.  As such, this exceptional house and landscape will be preserved and access will be available to scholars and others interested in learning more about 19th century architecture, William Ralph Emerson’s legacy and the stories of the Loring, Shaw and Codman families.

The first phase of fundraising is to secure the initial purchase of the property by the Friends group. Once this first phase of eight million dollars is successfully reached, additional funds will be needed to endow the property and to ensure its long-term care and maintenance.

We are pleased to announce the start of Phase I.  It is our hope that you will submit your pledge on the form below.

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Friends of Loring House, Inc. is a not for profit, tax exempt entity approved under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Friends of Loring House, Inc. is qualified to receive tax deductible charitable donations, gifts, or bequests. Friends of Loring House, Inc. is working in conjunction with Historic New England, Inc., which is also a charitable entity. Donations are eligible as tax deductible contributions. Donors are advised to consult their tax advisors.