ANTHONY E. GALLO
202 544 6973 email@example.com
ANTHONY E. GALLO 202 544 -6973 firstname.lastname@example.org
Historic Preservation Since 1969
Mr. Gallo was Chief Executive Officer of Victorian Properties on Capitol Hill from 1969 to 1992.
As such, he was one of the pioneers in the restoration of Victorian homes in what is now the Capitol Hill Historic District in Washington DC.
He has been a member of the Capitol Hill Restoration Society since he first moved to Capitol Hill in the late nineteen sixties. He still resides at 125 Seventh, SE, his home since 1969. He is active in the Cosmos Club Land Use Group and is an activist in historic preservation .He is also an active member of his hometown museum, the Victorian Vandergrift Museum and Historical Society.
Mr. Gallo's involvement in historic preservation is reflected in his dramas: Vandergrift and L'Enfant. Frederic Law Olmsted plays a pivotal role int eh former, and L'Enfant is all about the French Major.
All restorations for Victorian Properties on Capitol Hill were designed and planned by prominent British-born architect, Michael A. Bignell, from Annapolis, MD and now an award-winning artist.
1610-12-14 A St, SE
1347 Maryland Avenue, NE, 1307 F Street, NE,
14 Fourteenth Street, NE,
315 Eighteenth Place, NE,
410 Eleventh Street,SE
623 Eighth Street, NE;
1539 A Street, SE;
614 Tennessee Avenue, NE,
125 Seventh Street, SE (Residence since 1970)
HISTORIC EASTERN MARKET IS AT 225 SEVENTH STREET STREET A HALF BLOCK AWAY FROM MY HOME
THE INTERIOR OF 125 SEVENTH STREET TODAY. MOST OF THE ORIGINAL INTERIOR (CIRCA 1874) HAS BEEN PRESERVED.