What shaped our present landscape? How have things changed?
This exhibit, organized by researchers Robert Bayle and Andrea Matte, tells the story of “what came before.” These sets of photographs document how places have changed over time—sometimes many decades. In some cases, buildings received a facelift. In others, they were demolished to make way for something new.
Altogether they show how our community has not remained static. Buildings came and went in response to architectural fads, economic forces, and disasters.
As the saying goes… Nothing stays the same!
This exhibit is presented in conjunction with a book of the same material to be published by the Warren County Historical Society this summer with support from the Touba Family Foundation.
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