Preservation in the News - June 20, 2012
Preservation in the News - Today's Stories
Queen Anne Mansion to be featured at National Preservation Conference
Outlet: Carroll County News
EUREKA SPRINGS -- The National Trust for Historic Preservation annually hosts its prestigious National Preservation Conference highlighting exemplary models of historic preservation. This year, owners of The Queen Anne Mansion, Steve and Lata Love...
Through Stained Glass, Brightly
Outlet: Forward - Online, The
Still, we’ve come a long way. Just last month, Congregation Beth Elohim, in Brooklyn, was the happy recipient of a $250,000 grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation/American Express to restore its aging building, including its once ric...
Roosevelt’s ranch, park need state’s protection
Outlet: Jamestown Sun - Online, The
The threats are such that the National Trust for Historic Preservation recently named the ranch one of America’s 11 most endangered historic sites for 2012, and Roosevelt’s great-grandson met with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office and asked h...
National Trust Backs 'No Build' or Southern Bypass Options
Jessie Biele 06/20/12
Outlet: Fort Hunt Patch
The National Trust for Historic Preservation has sent a letter to local officials and community leaders announcing it would support the southern bypass Route 1 widening alternative as a "Plan B." The letter, dated June 15, states that the National...