Thursday, May 19, 2016

tonight: "The History of Bloomingdale: Why It Should Become a Historic District" presentation with Prologue DC

See this announcement from the Bloomingdale Historic Designation Coalition regarding two upcoming public community meetings on Thursday, 05-19-2016, and on Thursday, 06-16-2016.

Come out to learn about
"The History of Bloomingdale: Why It Should Become a Historic District".

The first presentation is on Thursday, May 19th.

The second presentation is on Thursday, June 16th.

Don't miss this comprehensive overview of Bloomingdale's amazing past and present! 


Why It Should Become a Historic District 

Please Join Us for a Program on the Fascinating Story of Bloomingdale:

The Bygone Past and our Lasting and Rich Heritage

The Transition from 19th-century Country Estates

To Present-day Victorian Architectural Splendor

Famous Former Residents and a Historic, Landmark Supreme Court Case

Why Bloomingdale is an Outstanding Candidate for Becoming a Historic District


* * *    Featuring Power Point Presentations on:   * * *

Bloomingdale History – by historical research firm Prologue DC

Historic Districts – by Kim Williams of the DC Historic Preservation Office

Panelists will speak about the merits of historic districts

* * Two meetings offering the same program: * *

Thursday May 19 –OR– Thursday June 16
7 to 9 p.m.

St George’s Episcopal Church – 160 U St. NW

Don’t miss this comprehensive overview

Of Bloomingdale’s amazing past and present!!


Hosted by: Bloomingdale Historic Designation Coalition

This project has been funded in part by a grant from

The Dorothea DeSchweinitz Fund for DC of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

We are grateful for the substantial support of the DC Preservation League!

Thanks to our neighbors and supporters for their generous donations!
Note that the Bloomingdale Historic Designation Coalition is not affiliated with the Bloomingdale Civic Association.

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