Our Mission Statement:
The Alliance Area Preservation Society promotes the preservation and restoration of historic structures in the Carnation City and maintains the Haines House Underground Railroad Museum.
AAPS Annual Meeting
Details COMING SOON.
2014 Alliance Preservation Awards Announced
We are pleased to announce the winners of the Alliance Area Preservation Society’s annual Alliance Preservation Awards for 2014. The winner in the residential category is the home of Tracy Brink, owned by her son, Teddy Roepke, at 3285South Union Avenue. The winner of the Public / Commercial Building category is Christ United Methodist Church at 315 East Broadway.
Built in1850, the most outstanding feature of Tracy’s home is the full-length front porch with Doric columns, probably an early 20th century “update” to the original farmhouse built by Amos and Esther Brosius. A large bank barn, built in 1904 remains along with the summer kitchen, an outhouse and the chimney of a log cabin.
Built in1895, the former First Methodist Episcopal Church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Constructed of sandstone and brick in the soaring Victorian Gothic Style, it dominates the downtown skyline with its towers, multiple rooflines and revolving illuminated cross.
Presentation of the Preservation Award plaques is planned for the 2015 AAPS Annual Meeting
Feb 7– Haines House – Open for Tours – 9 am – Noon
Feb 8– Haines House – Open for Tours – 1 – 3 pm
Mar 7– Haines House – Open for Tours – 9 am – Noon
Mar 8– Haines House – Open for Tours – 1 – 3 pm
HAINES HOUSE LOCATION / DIRECTIONS
The Haines House is located at 186 West Market Street, Alliance, Ohio 44601.