Matz’s successful campaigns include the 1978 landmark designation of the interior of Town Hall in New York’s theatre district and St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church.
The Camden County Historical Society alleges New Jersey tore down the historic house intentionally.
The May 2017 issue of The Public Historianlooks at how women’s history is represented in public.
Workshop participants will learn about Philadelphia’s rural cemeteries, as well as how to assess a cemetery’s preservation needs and possible treatments.
A new ten-week course in American Architectural History begins in February. Reserve your seat today for the class and other one-day workshops.
Projects certified through the National Park Service’s Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentives Program in Fiscal Year 2015 contributed more than $9.4 billion in output in terms of goods and services to the U.S. economy, and added $4.8 billion in gross domestic product, according to an analysis by the Rutgers University Center for Urban Policy Research.
A new e-book edited by MARCH staff, Preserving Places: Reflections on the National Historic Preservation Act at Fifty from The Public Historian, is now available.
Structures reports and national register documents provide a wealth of information, but how can you take the next steps to bring a historic district to life?
The Historic Preservation Continuing Education Program at Rutgers-Camden is designed for those who want to gain a deeper understanding of historic preservation.