Special Collections

Paul Revere Memorial Association
19 North Square
Boston MA , 02113
FAX: (617)523-1775
Institution Contact(s):
  Edith Steblecki, Curator Patrick Leehey, Coordinator of Research
Hours: M-F 9:30AM-4:15PM
Seasonal Hours:
  November 1-April 14: M-F 9:30AM-4:15PM April 15-October 31: 9:30AM-5:15PM
Closings: Closed Mondays in January, February, and March
Holidays Open:
  Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Columbus Day
Online Catalog:
Services for the Disabled:
  Large print brochure Cassette for visually impaired Handicapped ramp
Other Services:
  Gift shop
Monographs: "Paul Revere and Freemasonry", 1985 - Steblecki "Paul Revere, Artisan, Businessman, and Patriot - The Man Behind the Myth", PRMA, 1988 "'What Was the Name of Paul Revere's Horse?' - Twenty Questions about Paul Revere Asked and Answered", (Publication pending, 1997) Various educational publications
Journals: "Revere House Gazette" (quarterly newsletter for "friends" group)
Special Collection Contact(s):
  Edith Steblecki, Curator (617)523-2338
Hours: M-F 10:00AM-4:00PM
Closings: Closed Mondays in January, February, and March
Collections: 4
Formats: 1 linear foot of manuscripts 2 linear feet of archives 35 linear feet of monographs 1 linear foot of newspapers maps 50 blueprints 1 linear foot of photographs 100 realia/artifacts
Collection Description:
  Paul Revere, his life and family (primary & secondary sources, personal items & furniture owned by Revere, silver made by him, etc.)
Paul Revere House (books, clippings, papers & reports, blueprints, prints, photos & postcards)
Paul Revere Memorial Association, formed in 1905 (institutional records, archives)
Pierce / Hichborn House (blueprints and research reports)
Access: Collection(s) are available by appointment only Access only in reading room, supervised Laptop computers and tape recorders allowed with staff approval
Copying: Photocopying permitted at discretion of staff All photocopying done by staff Restrictions on scanners Restrictions on cameras
Loans: Special loan policies in effect
Finding Guides Available:
  Guides for manuscript collection Guides for archives' records groups Guide to photographic collection Card catalog
Directions: BY FOOT: On the Freedom Trail in Boston's North End. Follow signs and the red line on the sidewalks. Five minutes from Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market. BY MBTA: Green Line to Government Center or Haymarket stations. Blue Line to Government Center or Aquarium stations. Orange Line to Haymarket station. FROM NORTH BY CAR: Expressway (I-93) to Callahan Tunnel/Dock Square exit. Immediate left onto North Street. Stay left, follow signs into North End. FROM WEST BY CAR: Take I-90 (Massachusetts Turnpike) to Expressway (Route 3) North to Atlantic Ave./Northern Ave. exit. Go North on Atlantic Ave. to Christopher Columbus Park. Left on Richmond St. to North St., right on North Street. FROM SOUTH BY CAR: Take Expressway (Route 3) North to Atlantic Ave./Northern Ave. exit. Follow the directions for From WEST (above). Street parking near the Revere House is very limited.