Sarah Dillard Pope 
Member since Apr 25, 2012


Sarah has served as the Executive Director of the Menokin Foundation since 2005. She brings 20 years of experience in the preservation field at the… More »

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Re: “Material World

I'm glad to see that the Menokin project provokes discussion about larger preservation issues in our region. The process of saving and interpreting Menokin--what it can teach students, how it sparks creative thinking and promotes good stewardship of historic places around the nation--is at the heart of our mission. To learn more about Menokin and our project, visit: www.menokin.org. And come visit us--only an hour drive from RVA.

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Posted by Sarah Dillard Pope on 03/12/2014 at 11:29 AM

Re: “Menokin Makeover

This is a 1990s photo taken by the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS). It's in the public domain and a high res image is available from the Library of Congress, along with all of the 1940s photos and measured drawings done by HABS. Go to:
http://preview.tinyurl.com/bo637qp

Will see you on May 12 at the Menokin music festival!

Posted by Sarah Dillard Pope on 05/02/2012 at 2:24 PM

Re: “Menokin Makeover

Sure thing..http://www.facebook.com/Menokin

Posted by Sarah Dillard Pope on 04/25/2012 at 12:25 PM

Re: “Menokin Makeover

The Menokin Foundation has been studying the use of structural glass to reinterpret the missing exterior walls of the house, but the concept has not yet been executed. We're working with Machado and Silvetti on a design that's innovative, yet also feasible and fundable. The firm was hired only in February and we are now working on concept renderings. The remnants of the locust tree root in the back steps will certainly be a challenge which the preservation architects on the team will address. Keep updated on our progress through FB and our web site!

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Posted by Sarah Dillard Pope on 04/25/2012 at 11:53 AM

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