FULL ARTICLE by Lyell Henry – The tourist camps that had at first been hailed as delightful expressions of American character and genius now were as likely to be viewed as hotbeds of sordidness and immorality, even as “Camps of Crime,” said J. Edgar Hoover.
By Andrew Wood – Early twentieth-century motels reflect an emerging Age of Mobility that promised perpetual motion through a fluid continuum of consumer experiences.
FULL ARTICLE By Justin Gunther – Why did Mount Vernon become such a popular design source? How did the house become a national symbol, one providing inspiration to building designers across America? This article examines those questions by tracing the popularization of George Washington’s house.