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    [10 on Tuesday] How to Preserve African-American Historic Places

    • Theodore Bolton

      Third Ward, Houston - Project Row Houses is a group of shotgun houses restored in the 1990s. Some houses are art studios for art related to African-American themes. A row behind the art studio houses houses single mothers.

    • Theodore Bolton

      Project Row house studios - Third Ward, Houston - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    • Pyragraph

      Burning Questions for Rick Lowe, founder of Project Row Houses - Pyragraph

    • Mash Liu

      Project Row Houses: An Interview with Rick Lowe, part 2

    • Kelli Cooper

      Project Row Houses - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    • Katy Itter

      Rick Lowe- Project Row house studios

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