Preservation in the News - July 13, 2012
Preservation in the News - Today's Stories
Cincinnati re-opens spectacular park in revitalizing historic district
Kaid Benfield 07/13/12
In 2006, the National Trust for Historic Preservation named OTR one of its "eleven most endangered" historic sites because of a combination of "deterioration, neglect, and poor public policy." Last week, Cincinnati mayor Mark Mallory and a bevy o...
Chimney Rock looks for rise in tourist visits
Rodebaugh, Dale 07/13/12
Outlet: Durango Herald, The
Done by Denver-based BBC Research & Consulting, it was commissioned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Designating the Chimney Rock Archaeological Area a national monument would bring an additional $1.2 million from tourism to the re...
ASU announces completion of Rohwer Japanese American Relation Center Interpretive Project
Outlet: Saline River Chronicle
Arkansas State University collaborated with the nearby cities of Dumas and McGehee, Arkansas State Parks, the National Park Service, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and descendants of Japanese American internees to produce an accurate a...