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HUDSON RIVER HERITAGE
ANNUAL FOUNDERS’ SCHOLARSHIP
Hudson River Heritage’s Founders’ Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 will be awarded to an eligible student who shows an interest in the study of history and related fields of architectural examination and preservation. This scholarship is part of the educational component of this organization. Hudson River Heritage is a nonprofit membership organization committed to preserving the unique character of the Mid-Hudson Valley’s historic architecture, rural landscapes and scenic views through education, advocacy and community involvement. Hudson River Heritage is the federally designated steward of the Hudson River National Historic Landmark District, a 32-square-mile area stretching from Clermont to Hyde Park, New York.Applicants must be college-bound high school seniors from the Landmark District’s school districts of Germantown, Hyde Park, Red Hook and Rhinebeck, who show an interest in the history of the area and have demonstrated this interest through participation in related activities.All applications are due by May 1, 2018. They should be mailed to: Hudson River Heritage, P.O. Box 287, Rhinebeck, NY 12572, to be received no later than May 1st
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Hudson River Heritage (HRH) is a nonprofit membership organization established in 1976, committed to preserving the unique character of the Mid-Hudson Valley’s historic architecture, rural landscapes and scenic views through education, advocacy and community involvement. We are grateful for your interest and invite you to get involved in our important work on behalf of this very special area that we call home.
HRH is the federally designated steward of the Hudson River National Historic Landmark District, a 32-square-mile area stretching from Germantown, in Columbia County, to Hyde Park, in Dutchess County. The Hudson River National Historic Landmark District (HRNHLD) was designated by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior in 1990. Federal landmark status acknowledges that the historic resources in the heart of the Hudson Valley are of the highest national significance, on par with other National Historic Landmark Districts such as Nantucket Island, the Garden District in New Orleans, and San Francisco’s Presidio.
To a remarkable degree, the character of the Hudson River National Historic Landmark District remains intact. From the colonial era to the early 20th century, this region was characterized by the large “country seats” built by the Livingstons, the Astors, and other wealthy individuals. Many of these houses have been preserved or restored and are open to the public drawing many visitors to our area. Throughout the district, many additional public and private homes and properties have historical significance we hope to preserve for years to come. We hope you will join us!
“A.J. Davis: Artist & Architect”
A.J. Davis: Classical Architecture, and Reforming America’s Rural Landscapes”
JOHN WAITE and DOUGLAS BUCHER
“A.J. Davis: Makeover of a Hudson Valley Mansion”
PETER KENNEY and MARK LYTLE
“Paying for Eden: the Economics of Country House Culture in the Hudson Valley”
EMILY MAJER and GRETTA TRITCH ROMAN
“A.J. Davis’ Swiss Cottage and 1861 Farmhouse: The Pragmatic Picturesque at Cedar Hill”
Limited to 40 seats per session.