“Throughout history the articles in most common use are the ones least recorded and those most difficult to reconstruct; yet at the same time these articles are for later generations the most interesting objects to study and repay such research with fascinating and intimate glimpses of how people used to live.”
-David R. MacGregordr@masonarch.com
Professional Certificate, Historic Preservation, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1999
Master of Arts, American Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1999
Bachelor of Arts with Distinction, American History, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1996
Dee has been with MASON since 2001.
Dee became interested in preservation as an undergraduate at the University of Hawaii. After receiving his degrees, he spent time working in the preservation field. Dee enjoys researching and writing the stories of contexts, buildings, and structures. His hobbies include reading history and collecting antique jade.