Organizers unveiled a new front garden and entrance at The New England Historic Genealogical Society at 99-101 Newbury Street, during a ribbon cutting ceremony held recently. Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino and Rep. Byron Rushing joined Carolyn Lynch, vice-chairman of the Society's board, to present the $100,000 project, which is part of a $50 million capital campaign to bring a number of improvements to the headquarters of the 165-year old genealogical organization, founded in 1845.
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