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PROVIDENCE

Preservation society head to step down

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The head of the Providence Preservation Society is stepping down for a job in Florida. The president of the board of trustees said James Brayton Hall will be stepping down in March for a job as deputy director of the Norton Museum of Art in Palm Beach. He has led the society since 2010. The board plans to appoint an interim director in coming weeks and to launch a search for Hall’s permanent replacement.

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