The 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote, and the brave women who made it possible inspiresthis year’s Landmarks Recognition program. Four Greenwich structure sowned, designed or dedicated to trailblazing women will receive bronze plaques in recognition of their design excellence and value in preserving Greenwich’s unique architectural heritage.
The properties include Mary Tyler Moore’s former stately fieldstone home, the Greenwich YWCA, Innis Arden Cottage and a spectacular multi-winged Tudor dwelling in Rock Ridge.
David Ogilvy will be granted posthumously with the Greenwich Historical Society’s first David Ogilvy Preservation Award to recognize his contributions to historic preservation in Greenwich. The award will be presented to Anne Ogilvy and family at the Greenwich Historical Society’s Landmarks Recognition reception on April 25th.