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THE following publications are offered for sale by the VSA/NE. If you would like to order any of these publications, for your convenience we have provided a Publications Order Form as an Adobe Acrobat® (PDF) file (file size: 44Kb) to open, view, and print (or download). All you need do is print out the Order Form, fill it out, and mail it to us along with your check payable to VSA/NE. Click below to view, print, or download the form:



The Beacon
THE Beacon is the bi-annual newsletter of the VSA/NE. It is issued to members by mail in the spring and in the fall. The Beacon includes not only information on lectures, walking tours, and special events, but also articles on Victorian arts, culture, history, architecture, and customs of the era.

Edited by Edward W. Gordon, President, and Mary Ethel Grady, Secretary.

$2.50 per copy — current issue only (includes shipping & handling)



If you would prefer, you may reference the information below and simply jot your order on a sheet of paper and mail it along with your check payable to VSA/NE to:

ATTN: Publications, VSA/NE
Anthony Mitchell Sammarco
28 Glenmont Road
Boston, MA 02135
Be sure to include the shipping address to which you would like to have your order sent!
Obtain a VSA/NE Publication Order Form

Victorian Boston Today:
Twelve Walking Tours

Published by Northeastern University Press, a member of the University Press of New England (UPNE), each neighborhood tour in Victorian Boston Today: Twelve Walking Tours provides immediate access to highights of Victorian Boston along with information about the Society and its work in the preservation of Boston’s unique heritage.
         Victorian Boston Today received the Ruth Emory Award from the National Victorian Society for excellence in regional history. In addition, the book was given a Five-Star rating from Amazon.com, and was presented a Certificate of Commendation by the American Association of State and Local History which recognizes outstanding accomplishments in collection, preservation, and interpretation of state and local history.

Edited, and with an introduction by Mary Melvin Petronella; with a foreword by Edward W. Gordon. Maps by Charles Bahne.
Paperback, 284p, with illustrations.

$22.50 per copy (includes shipping & handling)





























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