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(CityLife) May 26, 2014
Woman ventures to save six shotgun houses in hope of preserving history.
(Preservation In Pink) February, 3, 2014
This brings me to introduce “Preservation on the Ground”, a new series for Preservation in Pink that will interview passionate people wrangling preservation projects and living inspiring stories.
Adventures in Preservation Joins Norla Preservation Project to Incorporate Historic Shotgun Houses in Downtown Shreveport Revitalization Efforts
Boulder, Colorado and Shreveport, Louisiana (PRWEB) July 24, 2013
Shreveport downtown revitalization to receive a boost from Norla Preservation Project and Adventures in Preservation with restoration of six historic shotgun houses for use by small businesses.
Shreveport, Louisiana (KSLA) October 27, 2013
The Norla Preservation Project is a relatively new Shreveport group with an aim to save and transform historic buildings. Project founder Kelly Rich was driving through downtown in April when she came across a project that inspired her to start the group: a row of historic shotgun houses on Peabody street.
Shreveport, Louisiana (KTBS) November 8, 2013
Some say they're a testament to our rich history, while others say, they're a reminder of a past they'd like to forget. The preservation of shotgun houses is being discussed again and as KTBS 3's Keristen Holmes found out, the community is still divided on the issue. Shotgun houses were originally as popular with the middle class as they were with the poor. But over time, they became a symbol of poverty.
Shreveport, Louisiana (KTAL) October 18, 2013
The Norla Preservation Project unveiled their vision for the future of Shreveport's Peabody Street shotgun homes on Friday. Kelly Rich founded the non-profit in 2013 to save six abandoned homes from demolition.
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