Expanding the Camden Heritage Tourism Kiosk

We have been working on the City of Camden Heritage Tourism Touch Screen Kiosk for about two years, and the first phase has been completed and is getting great reviews in Camden City Hall (see above). Over the next six months the final two phases will be completed. The second phase will add visitor information about fifty historic sites and history organizations associated with the Camden County History Alliance, a project of the Camden County Historical Society. This second phase also...

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August ribbon cutting for Camden History Kiosk

Over 100 local elected officials and citizens attended the August 14, 2021 press conference where the City of Camden Mayor Vic Carstarphen introduced the Heritage Tourism Interactive Touch Screen Kiosk, three 42” TV screens  installed in the first-floor lobby of Camden City Hall Mayor Carstarphen offered his congratulations to the team organized by Patrice Bassett, the City of Camden Archivist,  which included the mural artist Donna Backus, historian Donna Ann Harris of Heritage...

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Where to get Haddon Heights Design Guidelines

On September 23, 2021, the Haddon Heights Design Guidelines were introduced to the Haddon Heights community at a public presentation on Zoom. We worked with our client, the Haddon Heights HPC, to prepare the presentation for the event. Over 20 people attended, and we got plenty of questions from the public through the Zoom chat function. Copies of the Haddon Heights Design Guide are available to anyone for download here and hard copies of the 160 page, with 225 full color contemporary...

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Haddon Heights Design Guidelines Complete

The Haddon Heights Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) announced the publication of their new Design Guidelines for the historic districts and individual properties in Haddon Heights. Heritage Consulting Inc. worked with the Commission over five months to create this document. This 160-page, full color and lavishly illustrated publication has been financed in part with federal funds from the National Park Service and U.S. Department of the Interior, and administered by the New Jersey...

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Speaking Engagements Winter and Spring 2021

We are speaking this winter and spring at national, state, and local preservation organization conferences and giving  talks about the second edition of our best selling book New Solutions for House Museum: Ensuring the Long Term Preservation of America’s Historic Houses. Tufts University Museum Studies Program, June 17, 2020, Overview of New Solutions for House Museums Lunch with NEMA October 29, 2020, Updating New Solutions for House Museums:  lessons Learned. Ohio Heritage...

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