May/June 2011 Table of Contents
The contraband of America and the road to freedom
By Eric Wills
What Is the National Register?
A primer on a vital but often misunderstood preservation tool
By Dwight Young
Lost & Found
The Complete Architecture of Adler & Sullivan features haunting images of the buildings that changed the landscape of metropolitan America
The Cost of Progress?
Razing entire blocks to build a massive hospital complex in New Orleans has divided residents and decimated parts of historic Mid-City
By Wayne Curtis (excerpt only)
People Saving Places
A sustainable farming center at Woodlawn reflects the plantation's historic roots • Restoration of a Spanish Colonial mission in Santa Fe, N.M. • Saving a Pennsylvania house where George Washington once camped
Now & Then
Restoring and revealing a storied hotel in San Diego, Calif.
The New York Botanical Garden may be the most verdant and changing National Historic Landmark you've never seen
Bringing back a Modernist residence in Mies van der Rohe's landmark Chicago towers
Making a Difference
Marci Penner champions the rural culture of small-town Kansas
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