Written by Annie Gray Dixon, National Trust Intern
Henryton State Hospital in Eldersburg, Md., is a focus of Speak Up For Buildings, a preservation nonprofit started by high school student Madeline Feierstein.
Whether it be insane asylums or old family homes, preservationists are all connected through their one common cause: love of preserving the past, one building at a time. Now, one young preservationist has made it her mission to save historic places by spreading awareness of buildings that have been neglected and are in danger of demolition.
Madeline Feierstein, a senior at Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, Maryland, started her own nonprofit organization, Speak Up For Buildings, to “address historic preservation concerns.” Her focus right now: Henryton State Hospital, located in Eldersburg, Maryland.... Read More →
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