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Let Memphis Heritage handle your holiday gift list! 

Already overwhelmed by holiday shopping? Let us take it off your hands. Create your holiday giving list, make a donation of $15.00 per person in honor of a friend or colleague, and we will send our 2020 MHI Calendar celebrating 25 years of amazing work by Montgomery Martin Contractors along with a preservation-themed holiday card letting them know you are making a donation in their ...

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TICKETS: Adapt a Door and More 2019

Memphis Heritage’s  Adapt A Door Auction and Party is on: Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM CDT at Howard Hall Find out more on our Facebook Event Page Tickets will be available at the door for $75.

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Newman to Now Exhibit Opening

Saturday, 3 pm June 15, 2019 Memphis Heritage at Howard Hall 2282 Madison Ave. at Edgewood Don Newman was a local photographer who captured thousands of iconic images of Memphis structures and streetscapes during the 1940’s – 60’s. Many of Mr. Newman’s images show beloved buildings that have been demolished or changed drastically since the time of the photographs. Gary ...

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Memphis Mercantile Antique Market

*Advanced Purchase tickets at will call* Preview Party tickets $50 at the door 5/11 5:30 pm – 8 pm Market Admission $10 at the gate Saturday Preview Party admission includes VIP shopping, hors d’oeuvres, wine, a wristband for the Saturday Market PLUS a one year membership to Memphis Heritage. Memphis Heritage is proud of our 43 year commitment to historic ...

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The Keystone: September 2018

Skyline Reflections Old and New by Charlie Lambert Landmarks Lost and Revived Memphis has about the most arcane, varied city skylines anywhere. Composed of half a dozen true high-rise buildings and a few lower level ones, the architecture is an array of vintage structures dating back to the early 20th century, subsidized by a couple of more modern offerings. To explore ...

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A Year End Tax-Deductible Donation for Preservation

Dear Friends, Please consider making a year-end tax-deductible donation to Memphis Heritage and help us continue our work, advocating for the saving and repurposing of our most important historic places. To make a one-time donation today, click the button below. Your generosity at this time of the year directly impacts our ability to continue our work as the primary advocate for historic preservation ...

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2019 MHI Calendars are here!

Memphis Heritage 2019 Calendars celebrating Memphis’ Bicentennial are here! As we reflect on 200 years of Memphis history, our 2019 MHI Calendar celebrates the many historic sites and structures that have been restored or repurposed for another 200 years and beyond. Pick them up at the following retailers: novel., Maggie’s Pharm, Dabbles Hair Company, Burke’s Book Store, Diane’s Art, Gift, ...

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Reimagining Historic Melrose

One Vision, Many Voices Memphis Heritage was proud to join the City of Memphis – Division of Housing and Community Development, in partnership with Orange Mound community stakeholders, in hosting a weekend-long open house inside the Historic Melrose High School located at 843 Dallas Street, October 26th-28th, 2018. Melrose School was an educational, cultural and civic center of the Orange ...

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MHI awarded grant from Humanities Tennessee!

Humanities Tennessee, an independent affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, has awarded Memphis Heritage a grant to partially fund a project entitled “The Past, Present, and Future of Memphis as Illustrated by the Photographs of Don Newman” (also known as Newman to Now). Don Newman was a local photographer who captured thousands of iconic images of Memphis structures ...

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Preservation Posse: After Hours

A renovator’s happy hour & tour series presented by Memphis Heritage Join us for Memphis Heritage’s brand new series of behind-the-scenes tours of historic buildings throughout Memphis, both pre- and post- revitalization. Hear directly from the owners, developers, contractors, architects, engineers, designers and craftsmen involved in bringing these one-of-a-kind structures back to life. This educational series invites historic architecture enthusiasts ...

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