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philadelphia mansions

Ahh this gem of a book is finally out!

I am so honored to have had this amazing book dedicated to myself and renown Philadelphia Artist (and family friend) Noel Miles by author (and friend) Thom Nickels. 338 more words

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HABS in Mississippi: Temple Heights, Columbus

Since Columbus has been the subject of several posts lately, I thought maybe we needed to bring up a few of the town’s most historic properties that the Historic American Building Survey (HABS) documented back in the 1930s. 503 more words

Historic Preservation

FHS President's spring message

Remembering Mr. Edwin Roth

It is with heavy heart that I write my spring message.  Charter member of the West Central Michigan Historical Society, former President of the succeeding Fallasburg Historical Society, and lifetime champion of the cause of preservation, Edwin Roth passed away March 8Th at 98 years old.  722 more words

More Spring Things

As usual, our first “Things to Do This Spring” post just didn’t capture the full range of activities for Mississippi building huggers, so add some of these to your list. 1,113 more words

Historic Preservation

Adams County- Decatur (1872-)

Imagine an era before you had a phone in your pocket or feverishly clutched in your hand. How would you tell time? Well, you’d probably use a watch. 1,474 more words


Development Subsidies in St. Louis

The Post-Dispatch today headlined an article which stated that the City of St. Louis gave away through TIFs and tax abatement $30 million instead of $17 million. 110 more words

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