From Preservation Magazine
- President's Note: Expanding Our Outlook
A letter from Stephanie Meeks, President of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, on working toward a more comprehensive and inclusive representation of our nation's history
- Small Wonders: Montana's Schoolhouses
Montana’s dwindling one-room and rural schoolhouses form a distinctive part of the state’s cultural identity. We highlight five, in various states of preservation
- Back to the Grind: Reviving The Mill at Freedom Falls
It took a village to resurrect a ramshackle mill in the town of Freedom, Maine.
- Extra Ordinary: Vernacular Architecture
Photographers Susan Daley and Steve Gross capture the elegiac beauty of common roadside buildings in the rural American South.
- Springs Fling: Palm Springs' Other Architectural History
Beyond its famous Midcentury Modern buildings, Palm Springs brims with lesser-known but equally appealing architecture from the early 20th century.
- Outside the Box: Damage Control at Nevada's Hidden Cave
A Nevada community rallies around a vandalized historic cave.
- Place Setting: Ecclesiastical Cuisine at Churches-Turned-Restaurants
Gastronomic prayers are answered at restaurants in former churches.
- Travel Itinerary: Talbot County, Maryland
On the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Talbot County provides a tranquil refuge.
- Back Story: Moby as Design Scribe
Musician and blogger Moby discusses restoring his 1920's French Norman-style Los Angeles home.
Looking for even more great places, stories, and interviews from Preservation? Check out these online-only extras from the current issue.
Blog Extras See All
- [PHOTOS] Travel in Historic St. Croix
- [Interview] Q&A with Trina Turk, Designer and Preservationist
- The Lockkeeper’s House on the National Mall Receives $1 Million for Restoration
- Churches Turned Restaurants, Part Two: Historic Settings, Uplifting Cuisine
- A Brief History of Palm Springs’ El Mirador Tower
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