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Courtesy of Victoria:

From: Johnson, Elizabeth [mailto:EMJOHNSON@SCDAH.STATE.SC.US] Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2014 4:14 PM To: HISTORIC SERVICES Subject: Historic Preservation News and Notes from the State Historic Preservation Office… 751 more words

Penn Center

Lots of Loose Ends : The Cottage Bathroom Post 4

It’s true with any renovation or restoration that the last 5% seems to take the longest time, and seems to involves so many last-minute details. This seems to hold mostly true for the bathroom at the Cottage, though being under a deadline makes it seem as though it is moving forward fairly quickly, which is nice. 556 more words


Creative Space Tacoma

Join us for a community conversation about creative vitality and its relationship to space.

Date: Thursday, December 4
Time: 4:30 – 7 pm… 281 more words


Boquet Octagonal Schoolhouse

It’s not everyday that you encounter an octagonal stone schoolhouse; but drive on Route 22 through the tiny hamlet of Boquet in the town of Essex, NY and you’ll come across this historic 1826 structure. 135 more words


Plenty for Historic Sites at 2015 NCPH Meeting

The National Council on Public History will be holding its 2015 conference in Nashville from April 15-18 and there are lots of sessions that will interest house museums and historic sites, including: 197 more words

Historical Interpretation

Armstrong House

It’s Wednesday ya’ll, time for a new post!  I don’t really say ya’ll in real life, but I decided to so just there. I could easily delete it but here I am still typing anyway. 1,768 more words

Historic Preservation

Charnley-Norwood House Is "Best of the South"

A big congratulations to all involved in the painstaking restoration of the Charnley-Norwood House, which received the Best of the South award from the Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians (SESAH)! 443 more words

Historic Preservation