“Not just as an architect, but also as a historian, G. Edwin Brumbaugh affected the approach to historic preservation in the Middle Atlantic States. His numerous lectures spread the word that restoration was a worthy pursuit for the architect, and he was instrumental in raising local support to retain and restore even small town landmarks. Quoted in the Philadelphia Inquirer obituary, Brumbaugh stated his philosophy of work and of restoration: “I want to leave as much as I can behind. Someday historians will appreciate this. When you do it properly, you’re doing a patriotic service for people who come along in the future."
Pennsylvania German Society Proceedings At Harrisburg, Pa., October 17, 1930 And Papers Prepared For The Society Vol. XLI [containing] Colonial Architecture Of The Pennsylvania Germans Paperback – 1933
by G. Edwin Brumbaugh (Author)
The ground- breaking work of architect G Edwin Brumbaugh
is the inspiration for this project
New York Foundation for the Arts (a not for profit 501 C3 organization) sponsors Geoffrey Gross, and his project Photography of American Architecture. As such, the project is qualified to receive funds and contributions which may be tax deductible. In addition the project is eligible to apply for and receive funding from most grant giving organizations. click here