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|ABOUT THE PROJECT DIRECTOR
Susan Scott has been fascinated by fancy glass all her life. After twenty-five years in Alaska she came to Lowell five years ago with her husband David Strohmeyer and fell in love with Lowell's beautiful homes and fancy glass. She spearheaded the move to have Tyler Park declared a National Historical District. Susan has a Masters Degree in Psychology from the University of Alaska. She has served as a member of Lowell Historic Board and is a board member of The Lowell Historical Society.
In 1988 Susan Scott was awarded Cultural Program Support from the Lowell Historic Preservation Commission. As well as researching and developing this exhibit, her project includes the identifying and photographing of some 100 Lowell residences, and producing a walking tour brochure of the Tyler Park area. A slide-tape on Lowell's residential glass will be made available to school, community groups and cultural organizations.
FOLLOW LOWEL'S FANCY GLASS TRAIL
St. Anne's Episcopal Church
Whistler House Museum of Art
Pollard Memorial Library
New England Quilt Museum
Lowell National Historical Park Visitor's Center
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