Preservation in the News - March 28, 2012
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Educating a Nation
Juan Williams 03/28/12
Outlet: Philanthropy Magazine
Unfortunately, in 2002, the National Trust for Historic Preservation had to declare the Rosenwald schools among the most endangered historic sites in the country. It is not difficult to see why preservationists are trying to save them. As we are remi...
Lyndhurst Opens to Public Next Week With Fresh Paint, Slimmer Staff, No Gate Fee
Krista Madsen 03/28/12
After the October, 2011 announcement that Lyndhurst, owned and operated by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, would be cutting programs and eliminating five staff positions, it may come as some surprise that the site will open as planned t...
Illinois Main Street Program accepting applications
Samantha Jeffreys 03/28/12
Outlet: KTTC-TV - Online
Currently, 45 communities take part of the program, which is also part of the national Main Street Program run by the National Trust for Historic Preservation Main Street Center. After not accepting applications for three years, the Illinois M...
Good News For the Chinese Junk Free China
Dione Chen 03/28/12
Outlet: The Underwater Blogger
Third, the junk has succeeded in surviving to this day because of the goodwill and love of a hugely interesting cast of local personalities and organizations on both sides of the Pacific, including the surviving members of the crew and their families...
West Baden Springs Hotel Makes Condé Nast Traveler "Top 121 Golf Resorts In The World"
Outlet: Golf Business Wire
The work was also recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Originally built in 1902, the West Baden Springs Hotel re-opened in May 2007 following the meticulous restoration. Nearly $100 million was spent in an effort that maintaine...