The Historic Interior Resource Guide

  Newest Blog Entry   Thank God for the local “Preservation Hero’s” Many times a community finds itself in the position of acquiring a historic property which otherwise would meet the fate of the wrecking ball. Cudo’s to the group of concerned citizens who rally together and make the effort […]

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Thank God for the local “Preservation Hero’s”






Many times a community finds itself in the position of acquiring
a historic property which otherwise would meet the fate of the wrecking
ball. Cudo’s to the group of concerned citizens who rally together and
make the effort to preserve an important piece of history that is
unique to their community.
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 Featured Museum



On
the heights of Georgetown, overlooking the bustling Potomac River port
and, beyond it, a vastly expanding nation, Martha Parke Custis Peter
and Thomas Peter envisioned a family home to reflect their family’s
accomplishments and the aspirations of a new republic. To the east, a
new capital city would take shape, but for now, Georgetown was the
region’s center for society…
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 Featured Artisan


Thistledew Merchantile is a lovely site that sells the historic scissor art by Kim Frey. One of the 2009 artisans featured in the Directory of Early American Craftsman that is published by Early American Life magazine (another one of our favorites) Kim is a very talented addition to our growing list of American Craftsman. Read more.

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Tue Apr 7 , 2020
Use caution when hiring a home improvement contractor. Scams abound, especially following a major storm, flood, or other weather event when many homeowners are trying to repair their houses. But contractor scams can happen any time, so be wary of high-pressure sales tactics, up front fees, and fly-by-night businesses. Con […]