Category Archives: Holidays

Buildings Beautiful Enough to Eat

This piece in our December newsletter was so popular we decided to post it here.  Enjoy! The wedding cake house, gingerbread trim, and the witch’s house in the story of Hansel and Gretel all sound good enough to eat, but … Continue reading

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Halloween: a Preservationist’s Favorite Holiday

It may still feel like summer, but the leaves are starting to turn and Halloween costumes and candy are starting to show up in the seasonal aisle of grocery stores. A preservationist can’t help but be excited. Why? Let’s face … Continue reading

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Haunted, or Just History?

Here’s a timely post by ace AiP Intern Susie Trexler We have finally stepped into October: autumn foliage is in full bloom across the hillsides, pumpkins decorate doorsteps and fill produce aisles, apples are sold in heavy bags, and Halloween … Continue reading

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