Press Release: Home for the Holidays Open House — Four historic sites cue the music and swing open their doors Saturday, December 14, for this festive annual tour.
Just for fun... an in-faux-graphic:
Washington Post Sunday Arts: The Gate looks at local slavery history by the numbers: "We're beginning to get names. It's hundreds of people."
Washington Post Sunday Styles: Fashion Week, circa 1780, photo spread of tea and vintage fashions
Martha Stewart Living: Our Finds: Travel–Washington DC
Final Cut, newsletter of the Chesapeake Wood Turners: Tudor Place Collaboration
Georgetown Current Community Guide: Historic Houses Bring in Modern Visitors
Northeastern Group Tour: A Place of Distinction
Georgetown Current: Tudor Place Trunk May Be "Endangered"
Washington Life: Tudor Place Garden Party: A rite of spring
Georgetown Patch: Chainsaw Cuts Away 220-Year-Old Tree in Georgetown (Video)
Press Release: Towering Tudor Place Tree to Come Down (pictured at right, ca. 1911)
Inside Out blog: American Beauty: A Conversation with Gil Schafer
Press Release: Vote for George Washington! Campstool Nominated for "10 Most Endangered" Artifacts
Georgetown Current: Letter to Editor: Please Support George Washington Campstool Campaign
Washington Post: Artifacts from Virginia-area museums in running for top 10 ‘endangered’ designation
Georgetown Current: Historic Preservation Office Honors Tudor Place for Archaeological Dig
(scanned; also viewable online, with photos, at Georgetown Dish)
The Georgetowner: Historic Tudor Place Receives Preservation Award
Press Release: Tudor Place Archaeology Survey Earns Excellence in Historic Preservation Award
Tudor Place 20th Annual Garden Party:
Bloomberg News society column: Eric Holder's Gavel, Ed Whitfield, Austin Kiplinger: D.C.
Washington Life photo feature: Tudor Place Garden Party
Washingtonian article and slideshow: Fashionable Guests at the Tudor Place Garden Party
The Georgetowner: Tudor Place Honors Austin Kiplinger at 20th Garden Party
Georgetown Current: Tudor Place Honors Journalist Kiplinger
Washington Post: Rains Don't Water Down Earth Day Enthusiasm and Photo Gallery: Celebrating Earth Day Around the World (see Tudor Place in slides 6 & 7)
The Georgetowner: One Lump or Two: Mad Hatter Tea at Tudor Place
Decorative Arts Trust: Early American Wallpaper Recovered from George Washington Waxwork
Tudor Place Preservation Plan community reviews:
Preservation Plan Garners Community Support, Georgetown Patch
ANC Approves Revised Tudor Place Plans, Georgetowner
Tudor Place Additions Still Prove Divisive, Georgetown Current
Preserving the Past, Ensuring the Future, Tudor Place Press Release
The Georgetowner, Tudor Place: Georgetown's Washington Family Connection
Funny Pages! "...in the most perfect secrecy" - Creating the District of Columbia and
"from Pleasant Plains to Mt. Pleasant."
Press Release: Rare Find! Early American Wallpaper Recovered from Washington Waxwork
Washington Life Magazine: Inside Homes: Great Estates
"Many large-landed properties of our nation’s capital became museums or embassies. A few have survived as private residences– here’s the best of them."
American Spirit Magazine: Faux Holiday Feasts: The Art of Making Artificial Food for Historic Homes
October 11, 2011
Press Release: Conservation Commences on Washington Waxwork: Rare Piece Crated for Shipping
Press Release: National Society of Colonial Dames Presents Naval Print, 1857 Letter to Tudor Place
Press Release: Tudor Place Theater: Stoddert Elementary 5th Graders Present Historic Exhibition and Play
Press Release: Tudor Place 18th Annual Spring Garden Party Honors Leaders in Preservation
Press Release: Tudor Place Presents Strands of Time, 18th- and 19th-Century Hairwork Jewelry
Press Release: Tudor Place Excavations Yield 18th-Century Pistol
Press Release: Special Exception Received from the Board of Zoning Adjustments
Press Release: First Ever Capital Campaign Completed!
Press Release: School Program in Partnership with Stoddert Elementary School
Press Release: Tudor Nights Debuts!
Events and News: Hearts, Flowers + a Founding Father
Tudor Place Times: The War of 1812, Viewed from Tudor Place
Tudor Place Times: Preservation Secrets Revealed: Roof, Rambler and a Rare Pianoforte
Tudor Place Times: From Slavery to Freedom During the Civil War
Tudor Place Times: The Winter Garden, Textile Inventory Discoveries, and more
Tudor Place Times: Special Issue, Women in the Civil War: The Home Front
Tudor Place Times: Garden Notes – As Time Goes By
All requests for Interviews, Photography, or Filming must be submitted in advance to:
Tudor Place Foundation, Inc.
1644 31st Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007
Phone: 202.965.0400 ext. 100
Onsite filming and photography guidelines: click here
Archive Contact: Wendy Kail, Archivist
202.965.0400 x105, firstname.lastname@example.org
Collection Contact: Fay Winkle, Collections Manager
202.965.0400 x114, email@example.com