I had a wonderful time working at Decatur House and the White House Historical Association for the past two years. I was on contract as a researcher and the topics […]
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.
This is Calvary Baptist Church on H St. NW, designed by Adolph Cluss. The spire is a fiberglass reconstruction of the original 1866 cast-iron one that fell off during a […]
I’ve been super-busy working on a report for my Preservation Technology class. I have been researching an 1893 rowhouse built by architect B. Stanley Simmons as an investment property for […]
I went on a hard hat tour of one of my favorite structures, the Smithsonian Arts & Industries Building, with the DC Preservation League this summer… With its distinctive polychrome […]
Well, you know I went to the DC Awards for Excellence in Historic Preservation last Monday. When I wasn’t chatting up folks, I was tickled about scoring a Partners in […]