Anna marcum is an architectural historian and preservationist.
Marcum is an independent architectural historian and preservationist based in Brooklyn, New York. Anna Marcum earned a Master of Preservation Studies in 2018 from the Tulane School of Architecture in New Orleans, Louisiana where she was the recipient of the inaugural Ann and Frank Masson Graduate Research Fellowship. In 2013, she received her Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Barnard College of Columbia University. Anna Marcum meets the Secretary of the Interior's Professional Qualification Standards for Architectural Historians. Marcum has listed properties on the National Register of Historic Places and the New Orleans’ Nine Most Endangered Sites. She has worked with the Vieux Carré Commission, New Orleans, Louisiana and Historic New England, Boston, Massachusetts. Marcum has also worked on historic preservation projects in Los Angeles, California, the Texas Gulf Coast, Hammond, Louisiana, and Foley, Alabama. Anna Marcum recently presented her research about innovative site interpretation methods for New Orleans’ Canal Street in the “Projects in Progress” poster session at the Society of Architectural Historians 72nd Annual International Conference in Providence, Rhode Island. Marcum is currently the Grants and Foundation Relations Manager at the Center for Architecture | AIA New York.