Historic Alexandria Foundation (HAF) works to protect historic structures and artifacts associated with Alexandria, Virginia. Through advocacy, grants, awards, and recognition programs we encourage public participation and appreciation of our cultural heritage. Since its founding in 1954, HAF has raised many millions of dollars for surveys of historic architecture, protection of endangered buildings, restoration of museum properties, and conservation of important historical artifacts. Please join us in safeguarding – and celebrating – Alexandria’s rich cultural and architectural history
The Latest from HAF...
- The 2019 Toasting Our Town Party will be held on November 23rd from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Athenaeum. Click here to buy tickets now.
- Read letters on the appeal of BAR Case Number 2108-00410 - 619 South Lee Street (Vowell-Snowden-Black House) HAF, HARC, Architectural Conservator, A.E. Dick Howard (UVA Professor of Law), Justice Black's Daughter, John Dumsick, Harry Butowsky.
- Click for HAF materials regarding 619 South Lee StreetBlack Fact Sheet, Black Flyer, Black Talking Points.
Sign the Online Petition to Save this Alexandria Landmark.