Heritage Foundation of Franklin and Williamson County
P. O. Box 723
Franklin, TN 37065

 

Contact the Foundation by e-mail for more information at historicfranklin.com

The Heritage Foundation was formed in 1967 to protect and preserve the architectural, geographic and cultural heritage of Franklin and Williamson county, and to promote the ongoing economic revitiatization of downtown Franklin in the context of historic preservation.

Heritage Foundation Dues are $45 a year.

Contact the Foundation by e-mail for more information at historicfranklin.com

The following Williamson County Books are available:

National Register Properties Williamson County, Tennessee - 1995
Historic homes, schools, churches, and commercial buildings
Photos and text of nominations. 200 pages, 147 photographs, 14 location maps
Hardback. $20 plus $5 postage.

Williamson County: the Land and Its Legacy - 1999
Color photographs of landscapes by Robin Hood and text by Barry Parker
Coffee table size, $50 plus $5 postage.
Proceeds from the sale of this book go to The Land Trust of Tennessee

Leiper's Fork & Surrounding Communities - 1999 by Rick Warwick
Includes Bending Chestnut, Bingham, Boston, Forest Hill, Garrison, Hillsboro, Kingfield and Southall
196 pages, indepth text, 300 period photos, name index, hardback, $20 plus $5 for postage.

Leiper's Fork; Our Family Albums - 2000 by Rick Warwick
Includes Bending Chestnut, Bingham, Boston, Forest Hill, Garrison, Hillsboro, Kingfield and Southall
196 pages, indepth text, over 500 period photos, name index, hardback, $20 plus $5 for postage.

Williamson County: Out There In The First District - 2001 by Rick Warwick
Communities of Fairview, Fernvale, Pinewood, New Hope and the western section of the county
196 pages, text, about 600 period photos, hardback, $15 plus $5 for postage.

Meet Me At Chapman's Pie Wagon - 2002 by Rick Warwick
Photos taken by Joe Hendricks from 1936-1945 in front of the Pie Wagon on the Public Square
Over 500 photos, 128 pages, hardback, $15 plus $2.50 postage.

 

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October 15, 2010