Honoring Chicago's early
preservation initiators and
continuing supporters

Benefiting the restoration of
the Charnley-Persky House

Tickets $175
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SAH receives $10,000
Challenge Grant for
restoration after flooding
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$50K fellowship for study 
by travel for one year
Deadline October 1, 2014

Read about Brooks Fellow 
Amber Wiley's visit to Antigua 

Members in the News

SAH Deadlines & Dates

Awards & Fellowships   Deadline 
SAH Membership Grants    9/12 
H. Allen Brooks
Travelling Fellowship


  • history of islamic architeture in medival

    Dates: 12 Apr, 2015 – 12 Apr, 2016
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  • Columbus Indiana Architecture Tour

    Columbus & Indianapolis | Dates: 16 – 19 Oct, 2014
    This unique tour offers an in-depth look at the rich treasure trove of Modern architecture in Columbus, Indiana. The exceptional quality and quantity of noteworthy architecture in Columbus provides the architecture enthusiast a rare opportunity to see much in a relatively short period of time. This program will include: a special extended Curator’s Tour of the J. Irwin & Xenia Miller House, the jewel in the Columbus architectural crown, led by Bradley C. Brooks, Director of Historic Resources, Indianapolis Museum of Art; multiple guided coach and walking tours with access to numerous interiors, some by special arrangement; and a visit to the Columbus Architectural Archive with Director Anthony J. Costello, Irving Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Architecture at Ball State University, who will also provide an evening presentation and guide one tour. The trip will conclude with a survey tour of selected Modern and contemporary architectural highlights of Indianapolis, including projects funded by the Irwin-Sweeney-Miller family of Columbus.
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  • Spotlight on Design: Robert A.M. Stern

    Washington | Dates: 07 Oct, 2014
    RAMSA founder and senior partner Robert A.M. Stern presents a history of the garden suburb in conjunction with the recent publication of Paradise Planned: The Garden Suburb and the Modern City (The Monacelli Press, 2013), which he co-authored with David Fishman and Jacob Tilove. The book is the definitive history of the garden suburb from its origin in late-18th-century England to the onset of World War II, and suggests how the principles of traditional town planning can inform efforts to remedy fraying urban fabric and suburban sprawl in our own time. A book signing follows the talk.
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