About the Authors

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MARK ALAN HEWITT, FAIA
www.maharchitect.com Mark Alan Hewitt, an architectural historian and preservation architect, practices in Bernardsville, New Jersey. Along with teaching at University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University, his previous books include The Architect and the American Country House and Gustav Stickley’s Craftsman Farms.For more information, contact Mark Hewitt at Mark@maharchitect.com  

Come see Mark in person at:

Archivia Books, 993 Lexington Ave (71st and 72nd) New York, NY; July 13, 6-8PM;                            OFFICIAL Vintage House book launch and signing; RSVP at 212-570-9565; info@archivia.com

Mendham Books TBA

Rejuvenation Lighting and Houseparts, Seattle, WA; Mid-August; www.rejuvenation.com

Craftsman Weekend 20th Anniversary, Pasadena, CA; October 15, 1-2PM; www.pasadenaheritage.org

 
GORDON BOCK
www.bocktalk.com
 Gordon Bock, the former longtime editor of Old-House Journal, is a contributing editor to Traditional Buildingmagazine and many other architectural publications and books. He is also an adjunct instructor of historic preservation at Drew University, and a regular public speaker and technical consultant.For more information, contact Gordon Bock at info@vintagehousebook.com  

Come see Gordon in person at:

Montgomery County DAR, Silver Spring, MD; March 19, 2011

Historic Frederick Preservation Awards, Frederick, MD; May 4, 2010

Archivia Books, 993 Lexington Ave. (71st and 72nd), New York, NY; July 13, 6-8 PM;                                  OFFICIAL Vintage House book launch and signing; RSVP at 212-570-9565; info@archivia.com

Craftsman Weekend 20th Anniversary, Pasadena, CA; October 15, 1-2PM; www.pasadenaheritage.org

Drew University, Madison, NJ, October 18-25 (two evenings,full Saturday)  

Three-day course on “Exterior Paint for Historic Houses”;(www.drew.edu/graduate/lifelong-learning/historic-preservation)