Preservation in the News - March 19, 2012
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Developing cultural tourism into a reliable WNY magnet
Mark Somer 03/19/12
Outlet: Buffalo News
Two conventions are set to come to Buffalo in 2013 that he said were influenced by the National Trust for Historic Preservation's decision -- the Congress for New Urbanism and the Society for Architectural Historians. Cultural tourism advoca...
Lafayette woman excavates old outhouse to unearth unexpected treasures
Pam Mellskog 03/19/12
Outlet: Longmont Times-Call
But Schwendler, who holds a doctorate in anthropology with a concentration in archeology and works as a public lands advocate at the National Trust for Historic Preservation's Denver office, realized that the hole held other secrets. Communi...
Lingering Racial Divide Clouds Foundation's Efforts
Beth Macy 03/19/12
Outlet: The Roanoke Times - Online
An expert on distressed cities and an urban planning consultant in Washington, D.C., she was hired to suggest projects that would bolster economic vibrancy, part of a $450,000 grant Harvest awarded through the National Trust for Historic Preservation...
Online voters can show their love of N.C. main streets
Jason Sandford 03/19/12
Outlet: Asheville Citizen-Times - Online
The N.C. Main Street Center, a program developed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, has helped communities revitalize downtowns. It’s a good thing Mayberry’s just a figment of imagination. The quintessential small town and its...
A Brief Introduction to Modernism in Los Angeles
David J. Barboza 03/19/12
Outlet: Survey LA Blog
How lucky then that the National Trust for Historic Preservation came out with a booklet called Los Angeles Modern: City of Tomorrow and made it available free online! You know the old saying “a picture is worth 1,000 words.” Well, when it com...
The House of Cards
Sue Bowman 03/19/12
Outlet: Lancaster Farming - Online
He expects to transition the remainder of his American postcards there over the next 10 years, at which time the National Trust For Historic Preservation’s deltiology collection will have become the second largest public collection of postcards for r...