Members and Community

Norwood Historical Society

Established on May 2, 1978, the Norwood Historical Society is a non-profit volunteer based organization. With an average of 60 members, the society’s mission is to collect, preserve, exhibit, interpret, publish and educate about the history of Norwood, Ohio. Currently, they have an archive room open by appointment, in the Community Center at 1810 Courtland …

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Hub & Weber

Jim Guthrie has worked at Hub + Weber for over 30 years and is excited to celebrate its 50th anniversary this year. The company began in 1973 when Bill Hub opened the doors as William Hub Architects in Covington, Kentucky and hired Gene Weber as the first employee. While the company now calls an office …

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Mariemont Preservation Foundation

Cincinnati Preservation Association is excited to partner with Mariemont Preservation Foundation on the 28th annual Fall Forum. The mission of the Mariemont Preservation Foundation founded in 1980 is to preserve, protect and promote the integrity and character of Mariemont. The Foundation’s goals include Preserve & Protect Promote, Advocate and Educate Community Outreach History of Mariemont …

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Women’s Role in Historic Preservation

Since the mid-nineteenth century, women have been an important part of the historic preservation movement in the United States. As individuals and groups, as amateurs and professionals, women have worked to protect the country’s historic properties. Most credit the foundation of America’s preservation movement to Ann Pamela Cunningham who was appalled at the state of …

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