French Heritage Society, founding partner

rmhp-logo-fhs-2015FHS, born as Friends of Vieilles Maisons Françaises, based in New York and with an office in Paris, is an American non-profit (501c-3) cultural organization with 13 chapters across the United States and one in France. FHS gives financial support to projects, both public and private, for the preservation of historic monuments which constitute the national heritage of both countries.
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Isabelle Michard nominated as the first RMH scholar

Building on a tradition of reciprocity scholarly exchange between France and United States, the American Architectural Foundation and the French Heritage Society are pleased to provide the Richard Morris Hunt Scholar program an exciting, new periodic opportunity to complement the Richard Morris Hunt Fellowship

The Richard Morris Hunt Fellowship was created in 1990, at the initiative of the American Architectural Foundation and French Heritage Society, in the spirit of Richard Morris Hunt (1827-1895) first American architect to graduate from l’Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris. This prestigious Prize allows a French or American architect, highly recognized for his or her skills in architectural preservation, to spend six months of research on a topic which he will have defined as of a major importance in his field, in one or the other country.


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May 1st. to May 5th. 2012 – Conference in the United States of America

Tina Roach (RMHP 2009) Mary Fleber (AAF, Former RMHF director) Stéphanie Celle

Tina Roach (RMHP 2009)
Mary Fleber (AAF, Former RMHF director)
Stéphanie Celle

by Stéphanie Celle. (RMHF 1998)

Conservateur des Monuments Nationaux.

Under the aegis of the Centre des Monuments Nationaux, (CMN) represented by Laurence Sabatier-Garat, Institutional and International Relationship Department Director.

Miami, May 1st.

Table Ronde sponsored by the Alliance Française.
“Heritage Preservation Fight.”

Palm Beach, May 2, 2012.

Lecture sponsored by French Heritage Society, Palm Beach Chapter
“Great castles with their gardens, within today “Grand Paris” “

New York, Washington DC and Atlanta Chapters

Sponsored by French Heritage Society Chaptters