ANTIQUE DOORKNOB COLLECTORS
ADCA Educational Scholarships
Sponsored by Liz's Antique Hardware
This scholarship opportunity was created by members of the ADCA to assist students financially who are in fields of study related to Historic Preservation of Architecture & Design and/or Historic Restoration Trades.
Applicants must be enrolled in or recently graduated from an accredited college, university, or school in programs of Historic Preservation in Architecture or Design and/or Historic Restoration trades, with a course of study lasting at least 1 year in length.
Please note that all applicants must understand that if their paper is selected as a scholarship award winner, they are required to attend the ADCA Convention on July 16-18 in Albany, NY and make a presentation of their paper to the club membership.
Each applicant shall submit a Cover Page form (PDF form below) along with a 3 to 5 page paper on the subject of “a Historic Preservation Project which includes the preservation, history and/or restoration/technology of builder's hardware”. The paper shall be single spaced with not more than one inch margins.
The Cover Page and paper must be submitted by e-mail on or before March 16, 2020 to the Scholarship committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MISSION STATEMENT OF ADCA
The Antique Doorknob Collectors of America is a non-profit organization devoted to the study and preservation of ornamental hardware. Established in 1981, the goal of the group is to collect, protect, and research antique builder’s hardware, focusing on decorative designs, production methods, and period manufacturers. A long-term vision for the ADCA is the establishment of a public museum dedicated to the field of ornamental builder’s hardware.In addition to publishing an illustrated bi-monthly newsletter, the ADCA maintains an extensive archive of original manufacturers’ catalogues and related materials. Able to inform and educate with displays and lectures through schools, civic organizations, or local libraries, ADCA members and resources are also available to preservation groups and restorers of historic properties for consultation and guidance.