The South End Historical Society was founded in 1966 to fight for the preservation of historic architecture in Boston's South End neighborhood. Today, the SEHS continues preservation work, collects materials related to South End social history, architecture, and urban renewal, and assists researchers studying South End history. The SEHS also issues newsletters, holds programs and lectures, and leads walking tours.
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