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Give the gift of historic preservation and shop Columbus Landmarks!
NEW holiday gift packages make it easy to give a gift that will last.

Perfect Stocking Stuffers!
Five Membership for $100
(Save $75)


BUY 5 Columbus Landmarks Gift Memberships for $100 to stuff the stockings of family and friends and save $75 – a 43% savings! Your purchase includes the 5 membership cards and return envelopes for gift recipients to fill out their name, address and mail back as a ‘PAID’ 1 year membership. Also includes 5 Landmarks Arch Logo gift bags + 5 sheets of red tissue paper and FREE shipping. Offer is good for new memberships only, no renewals.

Ultimate Fan Gift – $40
Membership + T-Shirt


Get a Columbus Landmarks Individual Membership ($35) with a Columbus Landmarks T-Shirt of your choice for just $5. Value $40, you get a savings of $20! Select your shirt from 5 designs and select your size and FREE SHIPPING! New memberships only, no renewals.

Individual Gift Membership – $35
GIVE THE GIFT OF PRESERVATION!


By giving a Columbus Landmarks Individual Gift Membership, you open up a new world of discovery through city tours, tavern tours, special events and more. They’ll love being part of the movement to save our architectural heritage and promote excellence in new design.

Union Station Arch T-shirt


Show your passion for preservation and support Columbus Landmarks advocacy efforts with this vintage-style tee from State of Devotion featuring the Columbus Landmarks logo’s iconic sole surviving 1897 Union Station Arch. Ultra-soft and available in charcoal with light grey or black ink + heather blue with blue ink. Made in the USA, Poly-Cotton (50% Polyester / 50% Cotton) construction.

$20 Holiday Special!

Union Station Lion T-shirt


Express your passion for Columbus Landmarks and historic architecture with this vintage-style tee featuring lion sculpture rescued from Union Station demolition. Train bridge inspector Francis “Fritz" Burkhardt’s office was in Union Station for many years – devastated by its destruction, he walked through the rubble and rescued two of the dimensional lion sculptures adorning the station – this shirt salutes him and all those like him who love, cherish and work to save our architectural history. Shirts are ultra-soft, color charcoal. Made in the USA, Poly-Cotton (50% Polyester / 50% Cotton) construction.

$20 Holiday Special!

Union Station Rosette T-Shirt


Show your passion for historic architecture with this vintage-style tee from State of Devotion. The design features the sculpted rosette on the capital of the Corinthian columns supporting the c.1897 Union Station Arch located in McFerson Park.

All shirts are Made in the USA.
Poly-Cotton (50% Polyester / 50% Cotton) construction

$20 Holiday Special!

Union-Station-Arch-Polo


Show your passion for preservation and support the advocacy efforts of Columbus Landmarks with this custom-embroidered polo from State of Devotion.

Featuring the sole surviving 1897 Union Station Arch, this pique polo is available in navy with charcoal embroidery.

100% cotton construction

$35

Union Station Arch Glass


Show your passion for preservation and support the advocacy efforts of Columbus Landmarks.

Each glass makes any beverage a monumental experience featuring an etching of the Columbus Landmarks logo with iconic Union Station Arch. Holds 16 ounces. Proudly made in Ohio!

$15

Columbus Landmarks EGift Card


Give the gift of Landmarks merchandise ‘n swag! Perfect for procrastinators – buy here online via our Square partner and the EGift Card gets immediately emailed to the recipient of your choice – OR select the date the EGift Card gets emailed.  Exclusive to Landmarks’ Pop-Up Shop, the EGift Cards are not available for online shopping, tours or memberships. Landmarks Pop-Up Shop location: 57 Jefferson Ave. Columbus Ohio 43215

Brown Trucker Hat


Show your passion for preservation with the authentic Legacy92 Old Favorite Trucker Hat featuring custom embroidered patch.
– 100% cotton twill and proprietary wash creates the time-worn effect
– unstructured low profile fit
– mesh back of hat
– old-school kelly green undervisor and snap closure to fit everyone

$25 - free shipping

Blue Trucker Hat


Show your passion for preservation with the authentic Legacy92 Old Favorite Trucker Hat featuring custom embroidered patch.
– 100% cotton twill and proprietary wash creates the time-worn effect
– unstructured low profile fit
– mesh back of hat
– old-school kelly green undervisor and snap closure to fit everyone

$25 - free shipping

by Tom Betti & Doreen Uhas Sauer


Historic Columbus Taverns

Go barhopping through some of the historic public houses from the frontier era through Prohibition. Along the way, the stories of historic taverns in Columbus include Native American captivity stories, live bears, German “vinegar” brewers, Catholic Masses set against the backdrop of a tavern, cholera, typhoid, land speculation and political dealings, underground tunnels, a scandalous divorce and even a bordello (imagine that).

$15 - pick up

$20 - includes shipping

by by Conrade C. Hinds


The Great Columbus Experiment of 1908 Waterworks That Changed the World

Scientists and a collection of nationally renowned men who were taught the science of sanitary engineering at MIT by a forgotten and uncredited female chemist devised a plan and mobilized an army of workers into action in spite of the ceaseless internal strife of city politicians. The result was a water treatment system that saving perhaps millions of lives.

$15 - pick up

$20 - includes shipping

by Tom Betti and Doreen Uhas Sauer


On This Day in Columbus History

Columbus grew from a one-horse town to a metropolis one day at a time. Tom Betti and Doreen Uhas Sauer selected 365 fascinating city history vignettes for each day of the year. Match your seasons up to Columbus history, from the marching band hired to test the strength of incomplete statehouse stairs in January 1857 to the prohibition of public dancing in city parks, enjoy delightful tidbits.

$10 - pick up

$15 - includes shipping


by Conrade C. Hinds


Columbus and the Great Flood of 1913

Beginning on Easter Sunday, March 23, 1913, Columbus and the Ohio Valley endured a downpour that would produce the largest flood in one hundred years. Heavy rains came on the heels of an especially cold winter, resulting in a torrent of runoff over saturated and frozen ground. Rivers and streams quickly overflowed and levees failed, sending tsunami-like floodwater into unsuspecting communities and claiming four hundred lives. There were ninety-six deaths in Columbus alone when the swollen Scioto River emptied water that ran nine to seventeen feet deep through the streets of the near west side. Join Conrade C. Hinds and the Columbus Landmarks Foundation in a closer look at a flood disaster that reshaped the American Midwest.

$10 - pick up

$20 - includes shipping

Edited by Tom Betti, Ed Lentz & Doreen Uhas Sauer


Columbus Neighborhoods
A Guide to the Landmarks of Franklinton, German Village, King-Lincoln, Olde Town East, Short North & the University District

Explore the layers of history and character bound in these vibrant communities. Discover the stories behind Columbus neighborhoods and their landmarks. This encyclopedia of Columbus neighborhoods gives voice to the rich heritage residing in the bell towers, parks and streetscapes of Franklinton, German Village, King-Lincoln, Old Towne East, Short North and the University District. Along with WOSU’s award winning Columbus Neighborhoods series, Tom Betti, Doreen Uhas Sauer and Ed Lentz curate the stories tracing the lines from your neighborhood to the Manhattan Project, the Underground Railroad, Abraham Lincoln and the Tuskegee Airmen.

$15 - pick up

$20 - includes shipping

by Tom Betti and Doreen Uhas Sauer


Historic Hotels of Columbus Ohio

Explore the vintage hotels of yesteryear with a new book, Historic Hotels of Columbus, Ohio. Authors Tom Betti & Doreen Uhas Sauer have joined forces to document the illustrious hotels and raucous two-bit establishments in our city’s past. In Columbus, grande dame hotels like the Neil House, the Great Southern, the Hartman, the Chittenden and the Deshler achieved the height of elegance and refinement. More modest establishments were frequented by fugitive Confederate generals, notorious bootleggers and Fidel Castro’s family. Read about the Gilded Age bachelors who decked out banquet halls to look like camping sites and the Hungarian revolutionaries who failed to keep a low profile. From devastating hotel fires to ornate outhouse fittings, Doreen and Tom will introduce you to a whole new side of Columbus history.

$20 - pick up

$25 - includes shipping