Preservation in the News - February 13, 2012
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Village of Lewiston: Vote to save the Frontier House
Outlet: Niagara Frontier Publications
"Historic places are a tangible reminder of who we are as a nation," said Stephanie Meeks, president of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. "For 25 years, the National Trust's list of America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places has helped...
Restoring Respect to Lafayette Cemetery
Aguilar, John 02/13/12
Outlet: The Daily Camera
And so the city has stepped in, securing a $3,000 grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and an equal amount from Lafayette's preservation board to repair 18 dilapidated headstones. LAFAYETTE -- In the Lafayette Cemetery, names a...
Who Will Lead Framingham's Renaissance?
The nonprofit organization plans to interview six semifinalists and hire one as a final step before receiving designation from the National Trust for Historic Preservation as a Main Street community, the Daily News reports. Framingham Downtown Ren...
Paradise Garden: New Hope for Artist Howard Finster's Masterpiece
The National Trust for Historic Preservation is pitching in with an effort to attract tourists. The late Rev. Howard Finster, one of the best known American folk artists of the last half-century, always considered his masterwork to be the Paradise...