Ypsilanti Heritage Foundation

The Ypsilanti Heritage Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the idea that one of Ypsilanti’s greatest resources is its wealth of historic architecture.

Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA

415 N. Huron, Italianate built in 1860,
2002 Photo by Denis Schmiedeke
Towner House, 303 N. Huron,
Greek Revival built c.1837,
2004 Photo by Paul Schreiber
301 N. Grove, Gothic Revival,
Built in 1861,
1990 Photo by Denis Schmiedeke

YHF Marker Properties

Since 1977, the YHF Historic Structure marker awards program has recognized more than 200 homes, businesses, churches, and other community buildings in Ypsilanti for significant historic architecture and continuing, sensitive maintenance.

YHF Home Tours

The annual Historic Home tour is sponsored by the YHF. Proceeds from the tour fund the marker awards, community projects, and education programs on preservation-related topics.

YHF Newsletter

The YHF periodically publishes its newsletter, Heritage News, and distributes it free of charge to its membership by mail and to the general public at various locations throughout the city.

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For more information on the YHF, send an email to Paul Schreiber at PaulSchreiber726@gmail.com.