Giving to the Society of Architectural Historians
Your contribution to the Society supports a wide range of programs, publications, fellowships, conferences/symposia and state of the art technology that promotes the study of architectural history, landscape, design and urbanism for everyone. All donations to SAH are tax-deductible.
Planned gifts help ensure the future of SAH. Estate planning helps you maximize the tax benefits of your charitable giving while allowing you to make a gift you may not have thought possible.
To make a planned gift to the Society, please contact Carolyn Garrett.
First-Quarter Donors (Fiscal Yr 2014-15)
List of 2013-2014 Donors
SAH Annual Fund
Donations to SAH’s Annual Fund help us carry out our mission
, support scholarship in the field of architectural history, and promote intellectual dialogue locally, nationally and internationally. Annual Fund contributions also help us maintain affordable membership and Annual Conference fees.
SAH Archipedia SAH Archipedia
is an interactive, media-rich online encyclopedia of American architecture created in partnership with the University of Virginia Press.
Buildings of the United States
Developed by SAH, Buildings of the United States
is a series of thoroughly illustrated, state-by-state reference and guidebooks to the architecture of the United States. Written by local and national scholars, the books provide a detailed history of American architecture from past to present.
SAH’s headquarters, Charnley-Persky House, was designed in 1891 by Louis Sullivan and his young draftsman, Frank Lloyd Wright. Donations top CPH support our ongoing maintenance and restoration efforts. Learn more and plan your visit
to the Charnley-Persky House.
Rosann S. Berry Annual Conference Fellowship Fund
Established in 1982, one fellowship of up to $1,000 annually supports the travel of an advanced graduate student member of SAH whose paper has been accepted for delivery at the SAH Annual Conference.
Spiro Kostof Annual Conference Fellowship Fund
Established in 1998, one fellowship of up to $1,000 annually supports the travel of an advanced graduate student member of SAH whose paper has been accepted for delivery at the SAH Annual Conference.
George R. Collins Annual Conference Fellowship
Established in 1993, one fellowship of up to $1,000 annually supports the travel of an international scholar whose paper on a nineteenth- or twentieth-century topic has been accepted for delivery at the SAH Annual Conference.