January/February 2011 Table of Contents


Cover of January/February 2011


Rediscovering Mr. Rayfield 
cover story The legacy of a pioneering African American architect is being restored by an indefatigable southern detective 
By Logan Ward

 The Race to Save the Ruins 
Old restoration practices may have done more harm than good; now scientists are scrambling to remedy past efforts 
By Michael Bawaya

Preservation Honor Roll 
Recognizing outstanding personalities and projects in the world of historic preservation

The Louise du Pont Crowninshield Award


Editor's Note

President's Note


People Saving Places 
A museum honors the industrial past of Roebling, N.J.Montpelier restores a formerly segregated railroad depotTransforming a Colorado school into a model of sustainability

Making a Difference 
For a group of Idaho students, a class project inspired a passion for architecture and preservation

Napa vintners are restoring historic wineries with a focus on energy efficiency

Todd Westrick's ongoing efforts to save a 1928 Cape Cod studio

Now & Then
A former asylum and prison becomes the Villages at Staunton

 The Back Page 
Dwight Young says farewell

Online extra: Dwight Young's Back Pages


Historic Properties for Sale 


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