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By Hope's
Custom Replica Design Paired with ADA Compliance for 81-year-old Indiana War Memorial

By Window-Fix, Inc.
Window-Fix, Inc. (http://www.windowfixinc.com) a leading provider of windows, doors, screen, glass and more in the New York City and tri-state area, was named one of the 2014 Top Specialists by Window & Door Magazine in their May 2014 issue.

By Nova Hotel Renovation & Construction
Renovation of Christie Hotel Preserves Embodiment of Hollywood's Classic Era

By Miami Design Preservation League
The Miami Design Preservation League (MDPL) will present a photography exhibit to highlight Miami Beach’s remarkable architectural heritage and to promote the preservation of single-family homes built in the 1920s – 1960s.

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
Attendees will see parts of the historic theatre that the public never gets to see.

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
Award winners represent the best in historic preservation, adaptive reuse, and advocacy.

By North Carolina Modernist Houses
Drawing from the diverse Modernist architecture, real estate, and preservation communities in North Carolina.

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
Food, fun, shopping, and a silent auction will benefit Preservation Durham, Inc.

By The Beck Group
The Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building and US Courthouse Modernization and High Performing Green Building renovation project recognized by AIA Colorado and AIA Denver.

By Arizona Preservation Foundation
The Arizona Downtown Alliance will hold a community forum, “Downtown & Neighborhood Revitalization – Together We Can,” on Thursday, November 7 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Hassayampa Inn in downtown Prescott.

By Sue Auclair Promotions
Saturday, November 16, 7:30 PM at Newton North High School, Newton, Massachusetts Tickets are on sale now

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
The George Watts Hill Leadership Circle of donors is recognized at a special reception.

By Cary Reeder
Art Exhibition Focuses on Vanishing History of Houston Heights

By The Menokin Foundation
Warsaw, VA—The Menokin Foundation is pleased to announce that its historic site is the focus of a Harvard Graduate School of Design studio course for this spring semester.

By Alliance for Historic Wyoming
The Alliance for Historic Wyoming (AHW) is pleased to announce three Historic Architecture Assistance Fund (HAAF) grant awards for this quarter.

By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
Historians and preservationists confirm, after two years of extensive research, that an Edenton residential structure is North Carolina's oldest known house, an average citizen's home from the early 1700s.

By Probis Ltd.
Comstock Residents Assoc. to lead a workshop at the Historic Preservation=Sustainability2 Symposium in Las Vegas on Dec. 1.

By Historic Salem, Inc.
Christmas in Salem goes seaside into the eclectic Salem Willows neighborhood. The event features a candlelight preview, eight private home tours on the Saturday and Sunday open house, and a host of holiday activities in the Willows and around Salem.

By Adventures in Preservation
The Fairfield Foundation and Adventures in Preservation are looking for volunteers to do a week of hands-on restoration work at the 1930 Texaco Station in Gloucester, Virginia, beginning August 26, 2012.

By Connecticut Chapter of ASLA
The CT Chapter of ASLA will present its 2011 CT Olmsted Award to Mary Donohue, Survey and Grants Director and Senior Architectural Historian for the State Historic Preservation Office of the CT Department of Economic and Community Development.

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By Hope's
Custom Replica Design Paired with ADA Compliance for 81-year-old Indiana War Memorial

By Museum Textile Services
Flag to be Installed at the Wixon Middle School in South Dennis in July

By Window-Fix, Inc.
Window-Fix, Inc. (http://www.windowfixinc.com) a leading provider of windows, doors, screen, glass and more in the New York City and tri-state area, was named one of the 2014 Top Specialists by Window & Door Magazine in their May 2014 issue.

By Nova Hotel Renovation & Construction
Renovation of Christie Hotel Preserves Embodiment of Hollywood's Classic Era

By Miami Design Preservation League
The Miami Design Preservation League (MDPL) will present a photography exhibit to highlight Miami Beach’s remarkable architectural heritage and to promote the preservation of single-family homes built in the 1920s – 1960s.

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
Attendees will see parts of the historic theatre that the public never gets to see.

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
Award winners represent the best in historic preservation, adaptive reuse, and advocacy.

By North Carolina Modernist Houses
Drawing from the diverse Modernist architecture, real estate, and preservation communities in North Carolina.

By Hope's
Hope’s ONE55™ SERIES Windows Installed to Modernize, Improve Safety, While Preserving Structure’s Historic Window Features

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
"Hidden Durham Tour" will take the public inside the 114-year-old building that now houses the Maureen Joy Charter School.

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
Food, fun, shopping, and a silent auction will benefit Preservation Durham, Inc.

By The Beck Group
The Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building and US Courthouse Modernization and High Performing Green Building renovation project recognized by AIA Colorado and AIA Denver.

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
Executive Director Wendy Hillis looks forward to a synergetic relationship.

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
Out of 20 finalists, the winners will be announced during the awards ceremony in downtown Durham.

By Arizona Preservation Foundation
The Arizona Downtown Alliance will hold a community forum, “Downtown & Neighborhood Revitalization – Together We Can,” on Thursday, November 7 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Hassayampa Inn in downtown Prescott.

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
Attendees will get a special look inside the historic former hospital on Main Street.

By Sue Auclair Promotions
Saturday, November 16, 7:30 PM at Newton North High School, Newton, Massachusetts Tickets are on sale now

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
The George Watts Hill Leadership Circle of donors is recognized at a special reception.

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
Festival-goers will vote for their favorite adaptive re-use project in Durham.

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
New members bring diverse experience to the organization's leadership.

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
The historic preservation organization relocates to old Herald-Sun building.

By Cary Reeder
Art Exhibition Focuses on Vanishing History of Houston Heights

By North Carolina Modernist Houses
NCMH's George Smart will discuss North Carolina's legacy of extraordinary Modernist houses, such as the recently demolished Paschal House in Raleigh.

By Preservation Durham, Inc.
Attendees will get special access to the newly renovated Baldwin Auditorium at Duke University and the Eligibility Building in downtown Durham.

By Kimmie Kreative Inc.
Donated 1.4 million to historic preservation throughout the Merrimack Valley.

By Triangle Modernist Houses
George Smart is recognized for his many contributions on behalf of modernist architecture and architects.

By Historic Salem, Inc.
Historic Salem, Inc. will hold its 69th Annual Meeting on Tuesday, May 14, 5:30 p.m. at the Salem Five Community Room, located at 210 Essex Street in historic Salem, Massachusetts.

By The Menokin Foundation
Warsaw, VA—The Menokin Foundation is pleased to announce that its historic site is the focus of a Harvard Graduate School of Design studio course for this spring semester.

By Alliance for Historic Wyoming
The Alliance for Historic Wyoming (AHW) is pleased to announce three Historic Architecture Assistance Fund (HAAF) grant awards for this quarter.

By Triangle Modernist Houses
Though praised by Frank Lloyd Wright, Paschal heirs tear down their iconic childhood home.

By Historic Salem, Inc.
Join Historic Salem, Inc. and the Salem Common Neighborhood Association for a night of food, fun, libation, live music, and prizes to support a special restoration fund dedicated to the Washington Arch on Salem Common.

By Historic Salem, Inc.
Join Historic Salem, Inc. and the Salem Common Neighborhood Association for a night of food, fun, libation, live music, and prizes to support a special restoration fund dedicated to the Washington Arch on Salem Common.

By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
Historians and preservationists confirm, after two years of extensive research, that an Edenton residential structure is North Carolina's oldest known house, an average citizen's home from the early 1700s.

By Probis Ltd.
Comstock Residents Assoc. to lead a workshop at the Historic Preservation=Sustainability2 Symposium in Las Vegas on Dec. 1.

By Historic Salem, Inc.
Christmas in Salem goes seaside into the eclectic Salem Willows neighborhood. The event features a candlelight preview, eight private home tours on the Saturday and Sunday open house, and a host of holiday activities in the Willows and around Salem.

By The Menokin Foundation
The popular Banner Lecture Series offered at the Virginia Historical Society in Richmond, VA will host two guest speakers in October, both co-sponsored by The Menokin Foundation.

By Adventures in Preservation
The Bronx’s Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum is looking for people up for an adventure in preservation and is recruiting volunteers to spend a week restoring interior wood shutters beginning Monday, July 30.

By Adventures in Preservation
The Fairfield Foundation and Adventures in Preservation are looking for volunteers to do a week of hands-on restoration work at the 1930 Texaco Station in Gloucester, Virginia, beginning August 26, 2012.

By Hamilton Hall
Join the Hamilton Hall volunteer committee for historic house tours and afternoon tea on one of the most beautiful streets in America.

By Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County
Individual and corporate members help the Preservation Trust sustain its mission to preserve and protect Lancaster County’s rich historic and architectural character through education, advocacy and direct action.

By Adventures in Preservation
Adventures in Preservation, together with Cultural Heritage without Borders and the Gjirokastra Conservation and Development Organization, seeks volunteers to preserve the Skenduli family's tower house and enliven Albania's economy.

By Friends of the Page-Walker Hotel
The Friends of Page-Walker Preservation Committee, in partnership with the Town of Cary, is trying to locate plans/architectural drawings of subdivisions and homes from the 1950′s & 1960′s; in particular, those drawn by architect Jerry Miller.

By Connecticut Chapter of ASLA
The CT Chapter of ASLA will present its 2011 CT Olmsted Award to Mary Donohue, Survey and Grants Director and Senior Architectural Historian for the State Historic Preservation Office of the CT Department of Economic and Community Development.

By Adventures in Preservation
Former company houses in Nova Scotia, Canada preserved to provide housing to near-homeless families of Glace Bay.

By Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency
The nonprofit Spady Cultural Heritage Museum in Delray Beach, Fla. is getting creative in order to survive the economic recession. The organization is focusing more on its core mission by streamlining operations and introducing some new programs.

By Trust for Architectural Easements
“The Trust’s annual monitoring process is a great reminder of the value that the Trust and other easement holding organizations provide to society, “ say’s Trust for Architectural Easements founder, Steven McClain.

By The Menokin Foundation
The Menokin Foundation requests the qualifications of teams interested in submitting proposals for implementing the Menokin glass concept project.

By Jamie Donahoe
Adventures in Preservation and Preservation Delaware are working together to involve more volunteers in the preservation of Delaware’s long history. Their first project begins August 7, 2011 at the Bellanca Air Service Hangar.

By Adventures in Preservation
Adventures in Preservation (AiP) has released a report highlighting the great success of a heritage building conservation project in Old Town Lamu, Kenya, funded by The Genographic Legacy Fund of the National Geographic Society.

By American Institute of Architects Indianapolis
Lakeland hospital, Indiana University Innovation Center, Business Furniture, photo studio, historic theater, nonprofit headquarters and California house take top AIA Indianapolis Excellence Awards



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