Preservation in the News - March 9, 2012
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Pastorals of the Atomic Age
Dana Jennings 03/09/12
Outlet: The New York Times
(The National Trust for Historic Preservation in 2009 named the hangar one of the 11 most endangered historic sites in America. And since Mr. Klett and Mr. Fox completed their project an organization, Historic Wendover Airfield Foundation, has been c...
Trip down memory lane
Amanda VanDerBroek 03/09/12
Outlet: Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald
A rough cut of the film was shown to the alumni during Saturday’s reunion. The finished product will be shown in June at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama at the National Trust For Historic Preservation’s Rosenwald School 100th Anniversary Celebratio...
Chief Richardville House named a National Historic Landmark
Local historic preservation and Miami Indian officials presented their case for the Richardville home receiving national landmark status during a May 2011 meeting with staff at the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Washington, D.C. M...
Demolition of Trico site isn't sensible
Donn Esmonde 03/09/12
Outlet: Buffalo News
Thousands of visitors to the National Trust for Historic Preservation conference last fall affirmed the economic worth of Buffalo’s older-building stock. Apparently the BNMC folks were out of town that week. Just when it seems we are finally c...
Letters to the Editor Thursday
Outlet: Savannah Morning News - Online
So detrimental has the damage been to Charleston that last year the National Trust for Historic Preservation put that city on its watch list due to the harm that the cruise ships have caused to the historic city. Prior research and the e...