From Preservation Magazine
- President's Note: The Changing Climate
National Trust for Historic Preservation president Stephanie Meeks discusses climate change and preservationists' responsibility to protect historic places in the face of this threat.
- Ahead of Her Time: Julia Morgan's Work in California
Pioneering architect Julia Morgan designed some of California's most treasured buildings during the first half of the 20th century.
- Period Piece: A 19th-Century House in New Orleans Comes Back from Ruin
Professor and musician S. Frederick Starr restores an 1826 Creole-style house in New Orleans’ Ninth Ward.
- Roadside Attraction: Retro Rest Stops
Road trips yield striking images of historical rest stops for photographer Ryann Ford.
- Mountain Epic: The Black Hills of South Dakota
The Black Hills of South Dakota tell the story of sacred Native American places, gold mines, and U.S. presidents.
- Outside the Box: Zoo Trains
Vintage locomotives at the Oregon Zoo are back on track after a restoration and rebuild.
- Place Setting: Restaurants in Historic Boathouses
Drop anchor at three restaurants in historic boathouses.
- Travel Itinerary: Marquette, Michigan
Nuggets of mining history meet natural wonders in the Upper Midwest.
- Back Story: Striking a Chord with Ben Folds
Singer, songwriter, and music producer Ben Folds talks with Preservation about Studio A and how its history inspires musicians.
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