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National Cathedral wins preservation funds contest

Published on NewsOK Modified: May 13, 2013 at 1:32 pm •  Published: May 13, 2013

— Carter G. Woodson Home National Historic Site, Washington: $75,000 to rebuild front and rear facade for public access.

— Colvin Run Mill, Great Falls, Va.: $75,000 to bring the 18th century grain elevator into working order.

— Congressional Cemetery, Washington: $50,000 to replace and reconstruct a row of 26 mausoleum vault roofs.

— Dumbarton Oaks Park, Washington: $50,000 repair garden's original built structures.

— The GALA Hispanic Theatre at The Tivoli, Washington: $35,000 to restore three ornate interior domes.

— Greenbelt Theatre, Greenbelt, Md.: $75,000 to renovate art deco lobby.

— LAMB at Military Road School, Washington: $60,000 to repair exterior of school building.

— Meridian Hill Park, Washington: $50,000 to stabilize and repair exposed aggregate concrete grotto.

— Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington: $90,000 to restore stained glass windows on church's primary facade.

— Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, Washington: $75,000 to repair and preserve a dozen of the Synagogue's stained glass windows.