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    Then and Now: The Impact of Urban Renewal

    Text by | Published May 1st, 2013 in Cape MayCape May MagazineRestoration and Preservation

    Even for people who have been in Cape May for generations, the Cape May of just 50 years ago is a real juxtaposition with today’s town.

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    One Woman’s Legacy

    Text by | Published January 1st, 2013 in Cape May IconsCape May MagazinePeopleRestoration and Preservation

    A one-woman-led fight for preservation put Cape May on the road to becoming the town we know today.

  3. The Starlux Motel. Photograph by Sharon Stabley

    Doo Wop in living color

    Text by | Published October 1st, 2012 in Cape May MagazineRestoration and Preservation

    Exploring Wildwood’s iconic ’50s and ’60s style architecture.

  4. The Great Room with a 16-foot barreled ceiling features a Nina Scull original, "The Russian Peasant Woman," signed and dated 1945.

    East Cape May Spanish Style

    Text by | Published May 7th, 2012 in B&BsCape May MagazineHistoric BuildingsRestoration and Preservation

    If the vision of one of East Cape May’s founders had caught on, homes on Beach Avenue east of Madison might have looked more Spanish Mission style today than Victorian.

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    The Cherry House

    Text by | Published January 1st, 2012 in Historic BuildingsHouse DetectiveRestoration and Preservation

    The house, or parts of it, is old for sure. But there are some odd quirks in the old girl’s history.