Neighborhood Preservation Inc.

Volunteers Build A Neighborhood Garden

October 2, 2018 Mary Baker 0

In the spring of 2014, as part of our work at Neighborhood Preservation, Inc., we began Carnes Garden on a vacant lot at 916 J.W. Williams where a dilapidated county- owned house had recently been […]

Memphis Heritage Keystone

Skyline Reflections Old and New

October 2, 2018 Charlie Lambert 4

Landmarks Lost and Revived Memphis has about the most arcane, varied city skylines anywhere. Composed of half a dozen true high-rise buildings and a few lower level ones, the architecture is an array of vintage […]

Neighborhood Board

Midtown Alleys

September 29, 2018 Mark Fleischer 0

With Peter Pace and Aaron Klimek The alley. The term bring images to mind of darkness and shadows, the unknown between streets, lone figures walking in silhouette, secret encounters or rats scurrying around for food. […]

Neighborhood Board

Early History of The “U Club”

July 26, 2018 Mark Fleischer 0

At the intersections of Cleveland Street, Central Avenue and Lamar Avenue, just outside of the Central Garden’s official western border, resides a neighborhood anchor and institution that in 1900 was nothing more than the far […]

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