Your Historic Home: An Educational Series

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Your Historic Home: An Educational Series

Historic home and building in New Orleans

Over the coming eight weeks we want to share with you a series of articles that we have written to help you understand important parts of your historic home. Each article will describe a feature–such as wood windows, New Orleans brick, and barge board–and also address some of the issues that home owners, historic preservationists, and architects face in the maintenance and renovation of specific components or historic building materials. We want you to be empowered to both appreciate and take care of historic homes and places in beautiful New Orleans.

Please come back or follow us for each “Your Historic Home” article in the coming weeks!

Image credit: The Lowe-Forman House, located at 5301 Camp Street in New Orleans, Louisiana, photograph by Jeffrey Beall – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=15668970. Detail of ironwork, New Orleans Custom House, photograph by Carol Highsmith, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. Detail of Treme home, photograph by Cassandra Gibbs, used with permission.

 

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