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  • Collection: DC Community Heritage Project 2008

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This full National Park Service National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Documentation Form was created by the Tenleytown Historical Society in an effort to get several historic properties included on the Register. The document includes…

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In 2008, The ARC Theater received a grant from the Humanities Council of Washington, DC to produce school programs and study guides based on the use of an animatronic Frederick Douglass. This middle school level study guide features advanced…

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In 2008, The ARC Theater received a grant from the Humanities Council of Washington, DC to produce school programs and study guides based on the use of an animatronic Frederick Douglass. This middle school level study guide features readings, and…

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In 2008, The ARC Theater received a grant from the Humanities Council of Washington, DC to produce school programs and study guides based on the use of an animatronic Frederick Douglass. This elementary level study guide features readings, projects,…

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Video of a class of school children participating in a presentation of Living History at The ARC Theater. The video shows an animatronic Frederick Douglass narrating his life for the students and answering questions. In 2008, The ARC Theater received…

This narrated slide show documents a 2008 ECAC program that engaged 130 DC (Pleasant Plains) children aged 5-12 in their neighborhood history through storytelling, games, and an art project. The goal was to help children develop an appreciation for…

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The National Association for Olmsted Parks created the brochure to preserve and publicize Frederick Law Olmsted's design of the Capitol Grounds. The interpretive document outlines the history, significance, and design features of the Capitol Grounds.…

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Several students learned radio interviewing techniques and then practiced their skills by recording several sessions with community members impacted in someway by Washington, DC youth movements. The topics covered include: the Teenarama television…

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This pamphlet outlines the cultural influence of Washington, DC's Chinatown as of 2009. Its tri-fold map features numerous Chinese owned businesses and residential structures such as the Wah Luck House, and the document also contains a brief…

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The Woodridge Community History Tour is a small pamphlet that outlines the historic boundaries of the Woodridge neighborhood in DC, and offers brief synopses for 12 historic sites along a walking route. The publication features a small list of…

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The booklet provides information for Adams Morgan residents wishing to improve their historic properties. It includes information on how to tell if a property is in a historic district, and what steps must be taken with the DC government to alter…

In 2008, the Takoma Theatre Conservancy conducted several interviews with individuals connected to the theatre and the surrounding community. The interviews were part of a larger goal to compile a community history of the Takoma neighborhood, and to…

In 2008, the Takoma Theatre Conservancy conducted several interviews with individuals connected to the theatre and the surrounding community. The interviews were part of a larger goal to compile a community history of the Takoma neighborhood, and to…

In 2008, the Takoma Theatre Conservancy conducted several interviews with individuals connected to the theatre and the surrounding community. The interviews were part of a larger goal to compile a community history of the Takoma neighborhood, and to…

In 2008, the Takoma Theatre Conservancy conducted several interviews with individuals connected to the theatre and the surrounding community. The interviews were part of a larger goal to compile a community history of the Takoma neighborhood, and to…

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The Ivy City Neighborhood and Oral History Project began in 2004 when local nonprofit, Empower DC, began working with the community to collect oral histories, photos, and other memorabilia. One of the project's primary goals is to preserve the…

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The film depicts the 2008 DC Community Heritage Project grantee showcase. The event featured keynote speakers Brian Joyner, David Maloney, Joy Ford Austin, and Patsy Fletcher, and showcased several DCCHP projects from the 2008 grant cycle.
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