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example of the suburban Lazarus store design of the mid-20th century… design influenced by Raymond Loewy, considered the father of industrial design
It’s an exciting time of growth at Columbus Landmarks with new initiatives, programming, and advocacy efforts! We are accepting resumes for a full-time Associate Director who will serve as the primary marketing manager; tour and event planner; constituent manager; and volunteer coordinator. Goal-oriented, engaging and motivated, we seek a versatile candidate with excellent organizational and
4.17.18 UPDATE: The Columbus City Schools Board of Education voted unanimously tonight to move forward with the sale of Indianola Middle School to The Ohio State University. A few adjustments to the Memorandum of Understanding were made and agreed upon naming CCS preferred K-12 educational partner. Many thanks to all the advocates who came to
There has been a spate of demolitions along historic E. Long Street in the past year, an area that has already sacrificed so much of its architectural heritage. The most recent loss was the c1890s Second Empire style house at 1048 E. Long. This once beautiful residence was featured on our Most Endangered Buildings List
COLUMBUS LANDMARKS IS NOW OFFERING PLAQUES FOR HOMES AT LEAST 50 YEARS OLD… …and research services to help homeowners determine the date of their home to be included on the plaque, if desired. The bronze cast plaque from Columbus Sign Company will cost $225 for Columbus Landmarks members and $250 for non-members. To order a