July/August 2006 Table of Contents
This Old Stuff
Architectural salvage enters the mainstream.
By Amanda Kolson Hurley
Mending Time at Beauvoir
The hard work of reviving Jefferson Davis' hurricane-stricken home has begun.
By Roy Hoffman
After a century of wrangling, a great poet's family home opens its doors.
By Richard Todd
Reporter America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places 2006 • Light rail threatens Phoenix's historic palms • Who's News • Smithsonian's two-museum temple is reborn • Transitions
A Chautauqua thrives at the foot of the Rockies.
By Gillian Klucas
The Short Answer
Developer Donald Trump talks about the value of preservation.
An explosion in wine production helps revive a Washington town.
By Margaret Shakespeare
American architects who revived Old World styles
By Stanley Abercrombie
An exquisite Victorian leaves Ohio behind for the West Coast.
By Kristin Ohlson
The Back Page
Jane Jacobs showed us how cities really work.
By Dwight Young
Information for members and friends of the National Trust
Annual conference to convene in Pittsburgh • President's Note • Trust and partners win Merritt Parkway lawsuit • Montpelier finishes exterior restoration • Arnold Berke's NTHP