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John Goff
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  • Salem, MA
  • United States
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  • Wanda Jean Lord
  • Faith Ferguson
  • Elizabeth Rankin
  • Julie Arrison
  • Mary Clark
  • Earl Taylor
  • Anita Danker
  • Heather Cole

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Marilyn Richardson left a comment for 'John Goff'
"Hello John, We need your help in making a bit of Salem history: http://sarahparkerremond.wordpress.com/donations-please/   Best, Marilyn"
Aug 24, 2011
Marilyn Richardson left a comment for 'John Goff'
"Hope you can join us for the Sarah Remond program at the Salem Athenaeum on Aug. 5 at 5:30 http://sarahparkerremond.wordpress.com/   Best, Marilyn Richardson"
Jul 29, 2011
Anita Danker and John Goff are now colleagues
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Feb 25, 2010

Profile Information

Where Do You Consider Your "Hometown"?
Salem, MA
What is your interest in the Mass. Studies Network?
Multiple interests--local histories of Salem, Boston, Dorchester, Quincy and other towns; First period settlement and culture, Native American culture; early New England industries; Massachusetts architecture.
About Me:
Restoration architect and historian residing in Salem, MA.
Your Website:
http://www.salempreservation.org
Your Organization:
Salem Preservation Inc.
Your Title:
President
Major areas of interest
Archaeology, Archives, Arts, Community Life, Cultural Heritage, Education (college/university), Education (K-12), Environment, Ethnic Studies, Genealogy, Geography, History, Local Studies

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At 20:00 on August 24, 2011, Marilyn Richardson said…

Hello John,

We need your help in making a bit of Salem history:

http://sarahparkerremond.wordpress.com/donations-please/

 

Best,

Marilyn

At 23:20 on July 29, 2011, Marilyn Richardson said…

Hope you can join us for the Sarah Remond program at the Salem Athenaeum on Aug. 5 at 5:30

http://sarahparkerremond.wordpress.com/

 

Best,

Marilyn Richardson

At 15:11 on February 25, 2010, Mary Clark said…
Thanks for the info on the meeting too. I had not heard about it. Unfortunately it's also the Historical Society program and meeting night. Decisions, decisions.
At 12:51 on February 25, 2010, Mary Clark said…
Hi John! Good to hear from you. Hope the Souther project will get underway soon.
At 10:35 on February 25, 2010, John Goff said…
Thanks Anita! Yes..trails are great! :D
At 10:26 on February 25, 2010, Anita Danker said…
Glad to meet another fan of local history and heritage trails.
At 16:10 on June 20, 2008, John Goff said…
Oops--that's rotted timber frame, not rooted timber frame!--John
At 16:08 on June 20, 2008, John Goff said…
Thanks Heather--I do hope the W.G. Upham designed bldg. can be re-used.

Thanks Mary--Yes, I've been following this old property with continuing interest, and expect soon to come under contract to help design for the repair of all the rooted timber frame in the surviving Souther Tide Mill Grist Mill. Keep up all the good work at the Crane Library--one of my favorites!
At 15:37 on June 20, 2008, Heather Cole said…
Re: Norwood High School
The town has gotten approval from the state to go ahead with a design for a new high school (and Town Meeting already approved either 3 or 6 million for the design). There is a plan floating around to build the high school elsewhere and turn the Upham building into a rec center... but I think it will take a bit for the politics to shake out. The Norwood Bulletin has been covering it pretty well: http://www.wickedlocal.com/norwood/fun/entertainment/x222992307/Opinions-differ-on-field-location-at-new-Norwood-High-School
At 10:21 on June 18, 2008, Mary Clark said…
Hi John,
Glad to know you are still active in Salem. The Tide Mill still stands in Quincy (most of it anyway).
Mary
 
 
 

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