The Mayflower Society House is a two-story, high-style Georgian period home owned by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants, built by Edward Winslow in 1754. The existing building was greatly altered in 1898 by architect Joseph Everett Chandler. BCA provided an Historic Structure Report in accordance with National Park Service Guidelines. Services included documenting the architectural history of the building and the existing conditions, field microscopy and materials analysis, and treatment recommendations.
Related services: Conditions Surveys, Field Testing, Historic Structure Report