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Museum of Early Trades and Crafts Restoration Project

The Museum of Early Trades and Crafts in Madison, New Jersey. Photo taken from the museum's website.

The first phase of a multi-year preservation project for the Museum of Early Trades and Crafts, located in Madison, New Jersey, was completed on February 4, 2016.

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Preserving and Progress Discussion in DC

Mayor Muriel Bowser and DC Office of Planning will host a discussion about the importance of preservation on January 26, 2016.

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Writers House Opens at Rutgers-Camden

This photograph depicts the Rutgers-Camden Writers House in the early twentieth century, when it was a private residence. (Writers House website)

The Writers House officially opened on November 17 and will be the home to the MFA program and the English department.

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HSP to Host First Networking Event

The free event is open to undergraduate and graduate students wishing to pursue a career in Public History.

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Sewall-Belmont House in DC Could Be Added to National Park System

Sewall-Belmont House on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. Photo from The Library of Congress.

The former headquarters of the National Woman’s Party could be added to the National Park System.

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NJ Historical Commission Award Nominations

Nominations are due August 31, 2015.

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Struggling to Preserve: Washington DC’s Archives and Public Records Office

Sanborn Map showing location of stables now housing the DC Archives (Library of Congress).

By Matthew B. Gilmore

Thirty years after its foundation, the DC Office of Public Records struggles to preserve the records of the District of Columbia government.

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