Speaking Engagements Winter and Spring 2021

We are speaking this winter and spring at national, state, and local preservation organization conferences and giving  talks about the second edition of our best selling book New Solutions for House Museum: Ensuring the Long Term Preservation of America’s Historic Houses. Tufts University Museum Studies Program, June 17, 2020, Overview of New Solutions for House Museums Lunch with NEMA October 29, 2020, Updating New Solutions for House Museums:  lessons Learned. Ohio Heritage...

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Speaking Engagements Winter and Spring 2021

We are speaking this winter and spring at national, state, and local preservation organization conferences and giving  talks about the second edition of our best selling book New Solutions for House Museum: Ensuring the Long Term Preservation of America’s Historic Houses. Tufts University Museum Studies Program, June 17, 2020, Overview of New Solutions for House Museums Lunch with NEMA October 29, 2020, Updating New Solutions for House Museums:  lessons Learned. Ohio Heritage...

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Columbus Landmarks Foundation Revolving Fund Study

We love it when our clients go on to receive well deserved grants for projects that we helped them create.  The Columbus Landmarks Foundation (CLF) in Ohio recently reviewed a $100,000 grant from the 1772 Foundation to match funds already in hand to begin a Home Preservation Loan Fund to assist low and moderate-income homeowners to make needed repairs to homes in targeted neighborhoods.   We worked with CLF last Spring and Summer to create guidelines for the Home Preservation Loan...

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Benjamin Cooper Tavern Heritage Tourism Assessment

We are working this spring to assess the heritage tourism potential of the Benjamin Cooper House, the oldest house in Camden, built in 1734 by the grandson of William Cooper, the founder of what is now Camden.  The British imprisoned Benjamin Cooper  in Haddonfield while they occupied his tavern in 1777-78 to protect their foraging operations and for the later evacuation of 21,000 troops from Philadelphia en route to the Battle of Monmouth and New York City.  For this report, we...

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Another Two Grants for the Interactive Kiosk Project

We have been working on a long-term heritage tourism project for the City of Camden to design a compelling and fun heritage tourism  interactive touchscreen kiosk wall display about the City of Camden history, historic sites, and history attractions in the first‐floor elevator lobby of City Hall in Camden. Three 42” HD video touchscreen monitors will be mounted side by side in portrait orientation on the display wall between the elevator and the café.   Last year...

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