Preservation and protest go hand-in-hand. We preservationists are not unfamiliar to it. We even welcome it. When crises and issues arise we are often the first to be like “BRING. […]
As this year comes to a close, I will catch you up on a few things. First, my thesis is off to the bindery! I am so excited to be done […]
How to Save Ugly Buildings The folks over at the National Trust’s PreservationNation blog put together this slideshow with some tips and tools about it! Mark Twain once called this […]
Built in 1835, the Lock Keeper’s House near the Mall at 17th & Constitution is a remnant from when a canal ran through downtown DC. It is maintained by the […]
It all started as my grad school Preservation Planning class project: Create a historic preservation plan. We could choose where. As in anywhere. I could have gone for somewhere that […]
I always notice this little Queen Anne in Capitol Hill during my evening commute. Probably because I also notice its lime green neighbor…
I’ve always loved the bungalow homes in DC’s Woodridge neighborhood. I would love a home like this.