Join us onThursday, May 3 at 6:00 pmHuntsville Area Association of Realtors535 Monroe Street, NW The rocket scientists and engineers that came to Huntsville during the1950s and 1960s change the course of human history, and they made their mark on Huntsville’s landscape as well. Today, the houses and neighborhoods built for our space age work […]
The Huntsville Jewish Heritage Center at the Temple B’nai Sholom explains the religion and traditions of Judaism, provides a history of Huntsville’s Jewish popula-tion, and shares the many contributions of the Jewish community to Huntsville’s civic and cultural life. Located in the original study used by Temple rabbis, the artful displays of the Heritage Center […]
The Alabama Legislature and Governor Kay Ivey approved a new Historic Preservation Tax Credit program in May that will have a tremendous impact on historic preservation projects across the state, fueling significant investments in historic downtowns, neighborhoods and rural countrysides. The newly approved program funds $20 million dollars in tax credits annually through 2022, for […]
Every historic place has meaning for those of us who care about the preservation of historic spaces, but there is something about an old cemetery that captures our imaginations and calls us to linger. Often, families are no longer nearby to tend these gravesites. The preservation community has a special role in protecting these sacred […]
Thanks to a $20,000 grant from the Historic Huntsville Foundation to the City of Huntsville, the Twickenham Historic District now has a National Register nomination that fully documents and captures the architectural and historical significance of the district. Twickenham was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973, but the documentation required by […]
The Historic Huntsville Foundation funded the resurvey of Huntsville’s Twickenham Historic District for an updated nomination to the National Register of Historic Places. This survey identifies and documents Alabmama’s oldest and most architecturally significant historic structures. Click here to read more on AL.com
Take a tour of Harrison Brothers Hardware with columnist John Archibald’s 31 Places, 31 Stories of Alabama series. Click here to read the article.
Press Release from City of Huntsville September 2, 2015 (Huntsville, AL) – Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle is proud to announce the Old Town Historic District has been expanded and included in the National Register of Historic Places by the U.S. Department of the Interior. This important designation reaffirms Old Town as one of the nation’s […]