Selected Articles (Links open PDFs)
Model For the Nation: Sale, Slaughter and Processing at the East Liberty Stockyards. Western Pennsylvania History
Silver Spring’s 1939 World’s Fair Home. Trans-Lux, newsletter of the Art Deco Society of Washington, DC (Fall 2010).
Towers for Telegrams: The Western Union Telegraph Company and the Emergence of Microwave Telecommunications Infrastructure. IA: Journal of the Society for Industrial
The Undisclosed Location Disclosed: Continuity of Government Sites as Recent Past Resources. Recent Past Preservation Network newsletter (Summer 2010).
Going Historical, Going Folk: The Philadelphia Folk Festival Comes of Age. 2010 Philadelphia Folk Festival Program Book.
Towering Issues and the FCC. National Trust for Historic Preservation Forum News (2004).
DeKalb’s Courtyards of Convenience. Times of DeKalb, DeKalb History Center newsletter (Summer 2011).
Courtyards of Convenience: Montgomery County’s Eruvs. Summer 2011 Vernacular Architecture Newsletter (Vernacular Architecture Forum).
Reviving South Decatur Through Urban Homesteading. Times of DeKalb, DeKalb History Center newsletter (Spring 2012).
Decatur’s African American Historic Landscape. Reflections, Georgia DNR, Historic Preservation Division African American resources newsletter (May 2012).
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Featured Blog Posts
- Gentrification Hits Small Cities Too: Unsustainable Policies in Decatur, Georgia. Tikkun Daily, February 26, 2013.
- New uses for old interviews. National Council on Public History, History at Work blog, February 13, 2013.
- Preservation Conversations: When History at Work is History at Home (National Council on Public History, History at Work blog): Part 1 (September 14, 2012) and Part 2 (September 21, 2012)
- Fort Reno’s Cold War-era “undisclosed location” (Greater Greater Washington)
- Silver Spring World’s Fair Home Featured at National Building Museum (Historian for Hire)
- John Skirving: From Bricklayer to Men of Progress (Historian for Hire)
- Albert Schulteis: Baker and preservation flashpoint (Greater Greater Washington)
- Tenleytown’s Cold War radio history: Western Union tower (Greater Greater Washington)
- The gas man and his magic lantern come to the Capitol (Greater Greater Washington)
- Washington’s Union Stockyards: Getting meat to the capital (Greater Greater Washington)
- The Undisclosed Location Disclosed: Continuity of Government Sites as Recent Past Resources (Historian for Hire)
- Courtyards of Convenience: Montgomery County’s Eruvim (Historian for Hire)
- McMansions and community character in Montgomery County (Historian for Hire and Greater Greater Washington)