September/October 2010 Table of Contents

 

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Features

Greene & Greene and Green 
When Andrew and Blenda Wright restored a prized California bungalow, they showcased both history and sustainability 
By Jeff Book    

Hudson River Revival 
Built in 1812 but long considered endangered, the Plumb-Bronson House may soon be reborn 
By Eric Wills

Too New for New Canaan?  
This Connecticut town is home to scores of Modernist treasures—but their striking form might just spell their doom
By David Hay  

Sidebar: Fighting Back

Departments  

Editor's Note

President's Note

Transitions

People Saving Places 
 • Protecting the Watts Towers in Los Angeles • Evaluating and honoring two Modernist masterpieces • Annual Meeting notice

Making a Difference
Amy McAuley has a passion for restoring historic windows

Traveler
Shelburne Farms is a 19th-century landmark with a 21st-century mission

Now & Then
A vigilant grassroots effort helped save a forgotten school for girls in Maryland

Homefront
Terri and Richard Reynolds took their Michigan home back to the 1890s with a historically accurate palette of colors

The Back Page
An American genius streamlined objects that became icons

Historic Properties for Sale 

 

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