Pick up the new copy of the Winter 2015 Connections. In this issue: Modernism & Segregation – Rebekah Dobrasko Modernism in America’s Most Historic City – Michael Spencer Aspen Modern – Amy Simon Why I Love (Living In) Modern – Steve Grinstead As always we are looking for new articles and new contributors. Shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org […]
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Pick up the new copy of the Winter 2013/2014 Connections. In this issue: Building Under Threat: Wheaton Youth Center International Preservation by Jessica Baldwin Northcrest: A Neighborhood Profile by Sara Farr His and Hers Modernism by Wade Broadhead and Hannah Haley Shoreline Apartments and the Shawshank Redemption by Tom Yots As always we are looking for […]
Pick up the new copy of the Summer 2013 Connections. In this issue: Preserving Post-World War II World’s Fair Sites in the United States as Cultural Urban Landscapes By Jennifer Bailey Preserving a Neighborhood Beset by a Bad Economy By Howard L. Price Thoughts on Saving a Dome By Chelsea Simmons Call For State Representatives […]
The Recent Past Preservation Network is pleased to release the latest issue of our quarterly digital magazine, formerly the Bulletin and re-branded as Connections. We’re all about the “new” with this issue: our new name; new methodologies for evaluating post-war resources; a newly discovered property in Michigan; a fresh look at addressing site remembrance of […]