Can’t thank you enough, Nina Zafar for mentioning Mapping Georgetown in your great article about Georgetown in today’s Washington Post Real Estate Section! Now you have a Georgetown story that we’ll be looking forward to!
We are so fortunate to benefit from people from all over, and from all industries and backgrounds. Patricia and her husband are in the film industry in southern California.
Wouldn’t it be fun to read Unconditional Surrender: The Romance of Julia and Ulysses S. Grant, and then visit Oak Hill Cemetery to hunt for Julia Dent’s resting place?
Oak Hill Cemetery just recently started a book club. It meets in the Renwick Chapel. Heavenly! And feels just like you’re in the movies!
Thank you Patricia, for your passion and your story! I enjoyed our visit!
Thank you Mr. Kost, for your story!
Mark your calendars for next year! Not to be missed. Mapping Georgetown met the most interesting, personable, informative, fun and pretty people at the DC History Conference! So many stories!
N&M House Detectives track the history of your home and present the owner with a coffee table version of the story! How cool is that? Thank you, Michelle, for your story. It was a pleasure to meet you!
Wow, Jennifer! Do you know that the portrait of Yarrow Mamout by James Alexander Simpson that hangs in the Peabody Room is Jerry McCoy’s favorite thing! Thank you for your story! We can only imagine how interesting the project!
This is sooo exciting! Here a few links:
Thank you, Clarence, for your character and story!
Rory Veevers-Carter’s Renovation of what is affectionately known as the Julia Child’s house, has attracted international attention! Turns out, Julia Child is only part of the colorful history of this Georgetown icon.
Thank you Rory for your grand effort and all the support and diligence you put into providing the resources for this story!