July/August 2011 Table of Contents
Take a city filled with architectural treasures, add a group of enthusiastic preservationists and a healthy serving of civic pride, and you get Buffalo, N.Y.—site of the 2011 National Preservation Conference.
By Logan Ward
Location, Location, Location
What do many proposed energy projects and priceless historic resources have in common? They occupy the same fragile sites.
By Carlos Harrison
America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places
These remarkable buildings and landscapes could soon be lost. Learn why they must be saved—and how you can help.
By Gwendolyn Purdom
People Saving Places
Restoring an Art Deco movie house on Main Street • Sentencing to Service teaches inmates about historic preservation • A Rosenwald school in North Carolina demonstrates the power of adaptive use • Photographer Sarah Hoskins captures the magic of Kentucky's historic hamlets
Now & Then
The dramatic preservation and expansion of Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.
Riding through the southern Rocky Mountains on the historic narrow-gauge Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad
Making a Difference
Sculptor Leslie Fry helps Vermont's Springfield Theater after a devastating fire
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