1990 - 1999 Awards

1990 - 1991
  • No records found
1992
  • William R.S. Muller: for restoration of 102 Main Street
  • Jeff Lipston: for restoration of 108 Main Street
  • Tom Masters: for creative re-use/renovation of Masters Building
  • Harold Fitzgerald: for new construction compatible with neighborhood (Where?)
  • Dick Munson: for decorative design of Smith College Border Garden outside fence near greenhouse
  • Brian Eliot: for preservation of flagpole and Pine Theater at Look Park
  • Northampton Arts Council: for decorative design of railroad bridge mural.
  • Kari Knapp: for restoration of 219 Elm Street
  • Robert Paynter and Linda Morley: for restoration of 244 Prospect Street
  • Herbert and Marci Gintis: for restoration of 15 Forbes Avenue
  • Gary Cadette: for restoration of 60-62 Market Street
Outstanding Contributions to Historic Preservations
  • Historic District Study Committee
  • Honor Court
  • Councilor Ray LaBarge
  • Diane Welter
  • Richard Garvey
  • Eleanor Lincoln
  • Gerry Ramville and John Sulllivan
1993
  • No records found
1994
  • City Hall, New Main Entrance accessibility (Mayor Mary Ford)
  • Silverscape Designs, 1 King Street, restoration of exterior (Dennis Perlman)
  • Tepper Building, 29 Pleasant Street, restoration of tower, (Condominium association: Richard Pini, Kim Rosen, Ed Judice, Karl vonKries, Roger von Fries, Beth Klemer)
  • 82 Washington Street, restoration of residence (Marjorie Senechall and Stanley Sherer)
  • 100 Washington Street, restoration of residence and addition (Jeffrey M. Korff and Shelly Steuer)
  • Gargoyle on Tepper Building, John Morrison
1995
  • City Hall (Mayor Mary Ford)
  • St John’s Church (The Reverand James Munroe)
  • Smith College, Northrup-Gillett Colonnade (President Mary Maples Dunn)
  • 15 Summer Street (Richard and Karen Marquis)
  • Smith Charities (Judy Carriveau for President Larry Strange)
  • Florence Congregational Church (the Reverand Dewey Gierke)

Honorable Mention
  • Haymarket Café
  • Smith College Admissions
  • Winston Building
  • The Word and Pictures Museum
Citizens’ Awards
  • Elise Bernier-Feeley
  • Isabel Holden
  • Keith Wilbur
  • Ruth Wilbur
1996
  • Northampton Country Club (Robert Berniche, Sr.)
  • 29 Arlington Street (Merry Nasser)
  • 30 Munrow Street (James and Julie Kurose)
  • 225 Elm Street (porch, balcony, railing) [Louise and Robert Jeffway]
  • Honorable mention: 41 - 45 Elm Street, Chase and Duckett Houses, Smith College
1997
  • 84 Conz Street (John Fortier, Sr. and John Fortier Jr.)
  • 36 Liberty Street (Robert Leroux and Theresa Meckel)
  • 28 Lilly Street (Priscilla Ross)
  • 88 Massasoit Street (Mark and Mary Casey)
  • 35 Revell Avenue (Wayne Feiden and Denise Green)
  • Forbes Library
  • 41 Washington Street (Stanley and Cynthia Button)
1998
  • 40 Columbus Avenue (John Joelson and Johanna Levin)
  • 151 Crescent Street (Richard West and Monica Green)
  • 29 Munroe Street (Wes and Theonia Boyd)
  • 92 Washington Street (David Quinby and Egal Doss-Quinby)
  • 22-24 Old South Street (Valley Community Development Corporation)
  • 10 Main Street, Florence (Ed Jendry, et al)
  • 136 West Street (Northampton Properties, Inc./Eric Suher)
1999
  • Calvin Theatre (Eric Suher)
  • Northampton Fire Department Headquarters (The City of Northampton)
  • 118 Green Street (Gretna Green Development Corporation)
  • Northampton Community Music Center (William Feinstein)
  • First Churches (Reverand Peter Ives, Pastor)
  • 11 Washington Street (Ian Milsark and Jean Henneberry)
  • 210 Elm Street (Sally and Paul Evans)
  • 219 Elm Street (Kari and Karl Knapp)
  • 26 Winthrop Street (Anne Leone and Hans Vaget)
  • Honorable Mention: 323 Bridge Street (Nadine and Kenneth Salem) Cooley Dickinson Hospital (Paul Mannheim, Chair, Facilities Comm. Board of Trustees)