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Building Conservation Associates

Mayflower House Museum

Plymouth, Massachusetts
Original Architect: Edward Winslow
Year Built: 1754

The Mayflower Society House, owned by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants since 1941, is a two-story, high-style Georgian / Colonial Revival period home, built by Edward Winslow in 1754. In 1835 Ralph Waldo Emerson was married in this historic building. The property is located within the local Plymouth Historic District and the Plymouth Village National Register Historic District.

BCA’s Historic Structure Report for the property included documenting the architectural history of the building and the existing conditions, field microscopy and materials analysis, and treatment recommendations in accordance with National Park Service guidelines.