Project: Restoration of the “Buggy Trail” Stone Retaining Wall. Also awarded the Jean Brown Memorial Grant
Project: Historical Records-Digitization of Loudoun’s Enslaved Court Records.
Project: Repair Charles Fenton Mercer’s Brick Wall
To educate the public and to make Waterford Foundation’s historical collections more widely available to researchers, college and high school students and faculties at academic institutions.
This grant supports the design and publication of a book quantifying economic data that illustrate the economic benefits of historic preservation in Loudoun and other counties within the Mosby Heritage Area.
Through this grant, Loudoun Preservation Society supported the repair and restoration of portions of the south cemetery stone wall of this historically significant church cemetery.
Each year, more roads are moved to Loudoun County’s “to be paved” list. The grant is for partial funding to seek historic designation National Register Recognition at the preliminary information level. America’s Routes was conceived as an effort to fully document and potentially preserve the remaining 300 miles of Loudoun’s rural roads by educating the public and officials as to the significance of this historic resource.
Funds to repair/replace floor joists and install plywood underlayment to construct the main floor of Grace Methodist Episcopal Church.
A grant to support Lovettsville Historical Society’s ongoing effort to create a digital archive of documents that chronicle the town’s history.
The Loudoun Preservation Society grant supports renovation of the house as a wayfinding resource center for Mosby Heritage Area visitors.