Looking for that missing piece for your historic home? From pedestal sinks to window weights, and old growth lumber to antique hardware, you can find it at Heritage Building Supply, Memphis Heritage’s new architectural salvage store! Heritage Building Supply Our warehouse is open by appointment. Call 901-272-2727 for more information.Continue Reading

Congratulations to Executive Director June West on receiving the 2016 Midtown Memphis Mojo Award!  Sponsored by the Midtown Memphis Development Corporation, the annual Mojo Award honors organizations and individuals dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Midtown.Continue Reading

MHI’s Biggest every two year Fundraiser The 2015 MHI Architectural Auction is coming Sat. May 30th Memphis Heritage’s 2015 Architectural Auction  will be held in the Historic Edge District. We are thankful to Mike Todd for allowing us to showcase his building at 320 Monroe, a large area warehouse justContinue Reading

Memphis Heritage’s “Red High-Top Shoe Award” was created in 2007 in honor of Judith Johnson, Executive Director of Memphis Heritage, 1997 to 2002. Presented to those who show unbridled passion in the name of Historic Preservation.Continue Reading

Thank you Hal B. Howard, Jr.  A great, most generous and kind man. He will be missed by all who knew him. June 1925 – February 2015 Last month Memphis Heritage lost a very dear and loyal friend, Hal B Howard Jr. Hal, who gave MHI its beautiful headquarters, HowardContinue Reading

The 2015 Memphis Heritage’s Preservation Series will meet on all five Mondays in March from 6.45pm til 8:30pm. In the press: http://www.commercialappeal.com/go-memphis/entertainment-bog/memphis-heritage-hosts-monday-night-talks-about-memphis-and-the-movies-through-march Our theme this year: “Memphis, Movie Hub of the Mid-South” As a  follow up to Vincent Astor’s sold out History of Memphis Movie Theatres (the early years) from twoContinue Reading

Short Summary My name is Varanese  Pryor. I am a native Memphian with a strong desire to restore civic pride and rebuild  communities in the Memphis Area. In recent years, there has been an incredible loss of historical properties due to new development, neglect and a lack of awareness concerning the value andContinue Reading

Image – Pinch District (Image by: August and Zachary Klinke) UPDATE (JANUARY 28, 2015, BY GEORGE BROWN AND ALEX COLEMAN, WREG NEWS CH3) ‘NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A vote to decide whether to strip the Pinch District of its designation on theNational Register of Historic Places has been delayed. The Tennessee HistoricalContinue Reading