Tag: Landmarks Foundation

Renovators’ Open House Wins Preservation Award

Renovators’ Open House Wins Preservation Award

I am proud to plead guilty to the charge of being an “hysterical preservationist,” as some cynics insist on calling those of us who value our history, architecture and timeless resources. As such, I am deeply involved with our local historic preservation organization, Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery. You may never have heard of Landmarks. But […]

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A Cinderella Story?

A Cinderella Story?

By on 12 July, 2018 in Fun, Historic Midtown, Karren Pell with 0 Comments

Renovator’s Happy Hour is coming right up on Thursday, July 26 from 5:30-7:00 at 2531 Brewton Street. The hosts are Sarah and Windham Graves. Guests are invited to tour both projects: a bungalow and a cottage built circa 1940s. However, the star of the evening will be their Great Dane, Cinderella. She’s big, she’s brindle, […]

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A “Four Sisters’ House” on Renovators’ Tour

A “Four Sisters’ House” on Renovators’ Tour

If you work downtown and travel Perry Street on a daily basis, you probably have never even noticed the neat pieces of Montgomery’s rich architectural history located on the west side of that street. Four two story Victorian style houses stand together facing busy one way South Perry Street. These four houses, known as the […]

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Don’t Miss This Renovators’ Happy Hour

Don’t Miss This Renovators’ Happy Hour

By on 16 June, 2017 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

If you missed the inaugural Renovators’ Happy Hour on Felder Avenue in Old Cloverdale, you’re in luck! Join Landmarks Foundation and the Historic Neighborhoods Coalition for the second Renovators’ Happy Hour on Thursday afternoon, June 29, 5:30 until 7:00. If you live in Midtown and if South Capitol Parkway is one of your avoid-the-traffic cut-throughs, […]

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Preservation Awards: And the nominees are …

Preservation Awards: And the nominees are …

This year the City of Montgomery’s Montgomery Historic Preservation Commission initiated a historic Preservation Awards program. The goals of the inaugural Historic Preservation Awards program were to encourage excellence in the planning, design, and execution of projects affecting the City’s historic resources and heritage, and to raise greater public awareness and understanding of historic preservation […]

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Mid-Century Modern Is Alive and Well!

Mid-Century Modern Is Alive and Well!

By on 14 February, 2017 in Architecture, Carole King, Fun, Historic Midtown with 1 Comment

Is history of no interest to you? Do you consider old houses and the things in them stuffy and boring? Are flea markets and antique malls a waste of your time and interest? Well, prepare to be surprised! The Landmarks Foundations’ newest architectural adventure will be a tour of homes featuring Montgomery’s Mid-Century Modern design. […]

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A Photo by Any Other Name

A Photo by Any Other Name

By on 22 February, 2016 in Carole King, Historic Midtown with 0 Comments

We’re working on a really neat archival project at Landmarks Foundation. With help from the National Archives through the Alabama State Historical Records Advisory Board, we received a grant to inventory, identify, and catalog assorted historical materials in our collection — photographs, documents, maps, drawings, publications. These historic records housed at Landmarks Foundation include the […]

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Lockwood Tour of Homes in February

Lockwood Tour of Homes in February

By on 27 January, 2016 in Architecture, Carole King, Historic Midtown with 0 Comments

On Sunday afternoon, February 28, from 12:30 until 5:30, Landmarks Foundation is hosting its third annual tour of homes to familiarize the public with Montgomery’s historic housing stock. Six Frank Lockwood-designed homes in the Garden District, Old Cloverdale and Edgewood are open to the public, each one confirming that Lockwood was one of Montgomery’s premiere […]

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Rescued Relics Begins Fifth Year of Success

Rescued Relics Begins Fifth Year of Success

By on 15 December, 2014 in Carole King, Historic preservation, Shopping with 0 Comments

One of my first posts for MML was about Rescued Relics, our salvage warehouse at Old Alabama Town. So I thought it was time for an update on what has been a huge success! We initiated this innovative way to produce income when the city budget cuts took their toll on our operations here at Old […]

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Fired Up About Alabama

Fired Up About Alabama

By on 22 January, 2014 in Fun, Karren Pell with 0 Comments

Baby, it’s cold outside. While we hunker down during these cold January days, we can get fired up about two February events about Alabama. On February 8, Landmarks Foundation and the Alabama Department of Archives and History present the next program in their “Cultural Crossroads XIII: Another Step to becoming Alabama.” The promo also lists […]

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