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Supporting the Campaign for the Ayer Mansion


The Campaign for the Ayer Mansion is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization dedicated to preserving and restoring the Ayer Mansion and educating the public about Louis Comfort Tiffany. Restoration of the house and programming is made possible through donations from individuals and grants from public and private foundations.


Mailing in your Donation

To make a donation through the mail (for tours and otherwise), please make checks payable to the Campaign for the Ayer Mansion and send them to: 


Campaign for the Ayer Mansion, Inc.

c/o Irene Dorgan, Treasurer

395 Commonwealth Avenue

Boston, MA 02215


Donating On-Line

To make a donation on-line (for tours and to support our restoration

efforts), please click on the button below.






Purchasing Tickets for Events

When events require tickets, a drop-down menu is provided below

for purchasing tickets on-line.  Please note: tickets are non-refundable but may be transferred to other individuals if desired.  For other purchase options, call Angela Lee at 617-536-2586.













All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.  Tickets are non-refundable. 

Campaign for the Ayer Mansion, Inc.

Officers and Staff


Scott C. Steward, President

    Editor-in-Chief, Publications

    New England Historic Genealogical Society


Jackie Taylor, Vice President

    Director, The Trimount Foundation, Inc.


Irene Dorgan, Treasurer, Clerk

    Executive Director

    Bayridge Residence & Cultural Center


Jeanne M. Pelletier, Preservation Advisor

Angela Lee, Marketing Assistant

Kealani Finegan, Research Assistant



 

Campaign for the Ayer Mansion, Inc.

Advisory Board

Jonathan L. Fairbanks

    Director, Fuller Craft Museum

    Former Katherine Lane Weems Curator,

    American Decorative Arts and Sculpture

    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen

    Anthony W. and Lulu C. Wang Curator of

    American Decorative Arts

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art    

    New York, NY

Philip C. Haughey

    The Haughey Company, Inc.

    Boston, MA

Keith Morgan

    Director of Architectural Studies

    Boston University, Boston, MA

Virginia Raguin

    Professor of Art History

    College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

Richard Guy Wilson

    Professor of Architectural History

    University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA