Review existing historic information regarding properties, and seek further information to determine the history of any structure, site, or object.
Use town land records, transactions and existing historic information to determine past land ownership.
Residents can request historic documentation of their property, which will include all available information compiled into a readable file.
We work with the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) to determine if a structure is eligible for nomination. If it is determined by the SHPO, the Marlborough Historical Society will write the nomination of inclusion.
Working with home and property owners, the Marlborough Historical Society can secure preservation easements on properties for the sole purpose of preserving its historic integrity and features.
The Marlborough Historical Society can advocate for home and property owners to secure funding for preserving history. There are many options available at the state and federal level for historic preservation.
Using the Garrett 2500 Metal Detector, we can scan any property for foreign objects such as old coins, jewelry, and metals.
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