Built to last generations, a Home History Book™ archival journal is a sturdy, heirloom-quality book that is meant to stay with the home so that its owners -- both present and future -- will know and be able to share its story. Photos, documents, repairs, renovations, stories and guests -- all have a place within its pages. A wonderful way to chronicle your own home history or a perfect closing gift, home-staging tool or housewarming present for every homeowner.
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- Do you have a #familyheirloom or a house with a story? Want to be on our podcast? Let us know! http://ow.ly/LYXbW #podcast #houstories
- In honor of #EarthDay, why don't you honor the things you already have this year? http://ow.ly/LYUZH #NoMoreStuffThis Earth Day, join Houstory's # NoMoreStuff campaign. Choose building family connections over spending time buying more "stuff."HoustoryHerd: NoMoreStuff Edition - The Houstory® Hearth
- Article on Lincoln's Death Anniversary: "Booth had good looks and an exceptional acting range, and and was the first actor known to have, 'had his clothes torn by fans.'"On the 150th anniversary of President Lincoln's death, Morning Edition's Renee Montagne and historian Terry Alford explore John Wilkes Booth's life, and how the assassination affected his family.Historian: John Wilkes Booth Not A Deranged Lone Madman
- If you haven't read "Being Mortal" by Atul Gawande, do it! Have those end-of-life conversations NOW! #WhatMattersMost #EstatePlanning