The John Marshall Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution has honored public history student Annelise Gray with its annual historic preservation award. Annelise received the award for nominating the Jefferson Jacobs School in Prospect, Kentucky, to the National Register of Historic Places. A rare surviving example of a Rosenwald school building, the Jacobs School reflects the history of African American education during the era of Jim Crow. Annelise wrote a superb history of the school for the nomination. The honor is richly deserved. Congratulations, Annelise!