July/August 2008 Table of Contents

July/August
cover of July/August 2008 issue of Preservation magazine
Features

2008: America's Eleven Most Endangered Historic Places
The National Trust for Historic Preservation issues its annual list of the nation's threatened treasures. 

Sidebar: You Can Help! 

Wright Where You'd Least Expect It 
An Alabama town purchased, restored, and preserved a Frank Lloyd Wright house, then opened it to the public. 
By James H. Schwartz     

Tulsa's Deco Gems  
How an Oklahoma city fell in love with art deco and never really got over it   
By Wayne Curtis 

Art Deco in America: Sparkling Survivors

Tulsa in the Spotlight

Online Extra: What Is Art Deco? 

Online Extra: A Slideshow of Tulsa's Art Deco Details

Departments

Editor's Note 

President's Note

Your Trust
Drop that Guidebook and Grab a DVD  • Arnold Berke's Trust Me  

Reporter
I'll Take That Diner • All Bets Are Off: Auctions • Did You Know that Living Architects' Works Are Ineligible for the National Register? • Sweet Sorrow: Kaufmann House owner says goodbye • Making a Difference • Transitions 

Traveler: Chicago's Logan Square

Books: What We're Reading

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