Mapping Georgetown: Not Only the First, But an Inspiration

September 13, 2021

Not only was Ms. Adele Dodson the very first African American student to attend Holy Trinity School, she’s a living inspiration. Her Mapping Georgetown story lifts our hearts as it […]

Mapping Georgetown: This Passion Project Has Many Humble Heroes

September 7, 2021

With Labor Day on our minds, the Mapping Georgetown project wishes to thank all those who work so hard every day — often behind the scenes — to make our […]

Mapping Georgetown: Bringing Classrooms to Life

August 30, 2021

Be still my heart!  When I opened a large manila envelope of stories from Ms. Kate Farmer’s 5th and 6th graders at Holy Trinity School, my heart skipped a beat. […]

Mapping Georgetown: Recollections of a Georgetown Alleyway

August 23, 2021

What is it about an alley? The common intrigue of this urban passageway sets our stage for today. We recently received this charming personal account for our Mapping Georgetown project from […]

The Story Behind Mapping Georgetown

August 16, 2021

During a three-week trip to Russia a few years back, I met and came to travel with a gentleman in our California State Parks delegation by the name of Phil […]

Mapping Georgetown: Rose Park Visits Reveal Valuable Stories

August 2, 2021

We are so pleased to see that our recent visits to the Rose Park Farmers Market have yielded troves of stories about Georgetown’s hidden past. Did you know that 70 […]