Webb House Historic Structure Report
Funded in part by the National Park Service's Save America's Treasures grant program.
The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum embarked on a year-long project to document the complete architectural history of its oldest and most historically significant property, the 1752 Joseph Webb House in 2005. A team of experts, led by Brian Powell of Building Conservation Associates (BCA), conducted documentary research, performed physical analysis, and produced a comprehensive Historic Structure Report on this National Historic Landmark property. This project was the first step in a major stabilization effort designed to halt damage due to problems stemming from the Webb House's original construction.The Webb House Historic Structure Report Notebook highlights information uncovered during the year-long study.