January/February 2007 Table of Contents
A 2003 earthquake left California's San Miguel Arcángel mission fragile and vulnerable. The effort to save it is a battle against politics, nature, and time.
By Christopher Hall
Architect Philip Johnson's home in Connecticut becomes a National Trust for Historic Preservation historic site.
By Paul Goldberger
Baltimore's basilica, a neoclassical masterpiece by Benjamin Latrobe, gets an illuminating makeover.
By Eve M. Kahn
Saarinen's Bell Labs building saved - An Alabama church that was a civil rights landmark stands empty - Paterson, N.J., promotes its industrial core as a national park - Transitions - Who's News
Though now faded and distant, a house in Panama remains vibrant in a writer's mind and her work.
By Cristina Henríquez
Vancouver's Stanley Park offers the visitor moments of transcendence, and a few lessons in unfussy preservation.
By James Conaway
A novel has Il Duce building the ultimate monument—to himself.
By Diane Cole; short reviews by Lawrence Hurley and Stephanie Joy Smith
Bestowing awards rewards us all.
By Dwight Young
Information for members and friends of the National Trust for Historic Preservation
Replica of Lincoln desk debuts at Lincoln Cottage · President's Note · The fight to save Ground Zero's survivors' staircase · Arnold Berke's NTHP