Author Archives: MHI2016

Seared Tuna Salad at Local Gastropub: A Hearty and Flavorful Meal

Before the second lecture of the Memphis Heritage Preservation series on historic Memphis restaurants, Susan and I grabbed a quick dinner at Local on the Square. I couldn’t have been more pleased with my choice: a tuna salad as satisfying as a hearty sandwich and a view of Overton Square from the restaurant’s second-story bay window. What I liked best about the salad ...

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Molly Fontaine Lounge Preservation Series

Take one trendy chic hang-out from NYC, mix it up with a soulful speak-easy, add a pinch of gourmet dining, throw it all into a mid 19th century Victorian styled mansion, shake, serve.What type of cool do you like? Smooth and easy, stay downstairs to vibe to cool vocals, but if you desire a more pumped up pulse, venture to ...

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The first lecture in our 2014 Preservation Series

The first lecture in our 2014 Preservation Series was terrific. It was a great evening of restaurant reminiscing! Learning new historic facts. Vincent you did a great job! As always thanks for your support!  With Vincent Astor at Memphis Heritage – Howard Hall.

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MHI Annual Membership Meeting, March 25th, 2014

Start: 03/25/2014 – 6:00pm End: 03/25/2014 – 8:00pm MHI’s Annual Membership Meeting Tuesday, March 25, 2013 Memphis Heritage’s annual membership meeting will be returning to March this year.  This will be the 39th Annual Membership Meeting and will be held on Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 at Howard Hall from 6PM to 8PM.  We encourage all current members to attend and all lapsed ...

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Keystone March – April 2014

The Keystone is a publication of Memphis Heritage, and the voice of the Memphis Preservation Community. The Keystone advocates preservation of historic resources in Memphis and Shelby County and features news and stories about local history, preservation, neighborhoods, community development, architecture and the environment. Our readership includes our members and others interested in neighborhood affairs and public issues relating to community ...

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2014 Memphis Heritage Preservation Lecture Series

Restaurants in Historic Properties- Past and Present!   The 2014 Memphis Heritage’s Preservation Series will be meeting on 4 Mondays in March. Our theme this year will be Amazing Restaurants Past and Present that occupy Historic Buildings.  Following up on Robert Lanier’s article in the Keystone, we will spend evenings discussing restaurants and their histories. Our presenters will touch on how ...

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Our Annual Campaign is underway

Become a part of Memphis Heritage…  include us in your end-of-year giving. Dear Friend of Memphis Heritage, Our annual giving campaign, in full swing right now, is essential to the bottom line of Memphis Heritage. As most of you know, MHI is supported entirely by private dollars through memberships and donations. This annual operating gift campaign was started five years ago ...

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Change the future for historic buildings in Tennessee!

IMPORTANT NEWS……With your help today, we can change the future for historic buildings in Tennessee! Our chance to enact a state incentive to attract private capital investment in job-creating historic rehabilitation projects is now! 35 other states – including all of the states surrounding Tennessee – have already taken this important step, and they are seeing the results: historic buildings ...

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2014 Memphis Heritage Preservation Lecture Series is Coming in March

SIGN UP TODAY…CLASS IS FILLING UP QUICKLY!! Restaurants in Historic Properties- Past and Present! 2014 Memphis Heritage Preservation Lecture Series is Coming in March The 2014 Memphis Heritage’s Preservation Series will be meeting on 4 Mondays in March. Our theme this year will be Amazing Restaurants Past and Present that occupy Historic Buildings. Following up on Robert Lanier’s article in ...

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Keystone Jan – Feb 2014

The Keystone is a publication of Memphis Heritage, and the voice of the Memphis Preservation Community. The Keystone advocates preservation of historic resources in Memphis and Shelby County and features news and stories about local history, preservation, neighborhoods, community development, architecture and the environment. Our readership includes our members and others interested in neighborhood affairs and public issues relating to community ...

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