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National News Feeds
Latest News from Preservation Magazine
Town, University "Divided" Over Historic Downtown Buildings
Locals fear Waynesburg University may raze two 80-year-old buildings.
Threatened: Los Angeles Craftsman Bungalow
The owner of a 1913 house wants to tear it down to make way for a mansion.
The Rise and Fall of Halcyon Hall
For over a hundred years, the Queen Anne-influenced gables and shingled turrets of Halcyon Hall have risen above the tree line in Millbrook, N.Y., a tranquil hamlet known for its vineyards and horse farms.
The Little Refinery that Can
The town of Lusk is located in eastern Wyoming, not far from the Nebraska and South Dakota state lines. In this "little town with big possibilities" stands C&H Oil refinery?12,000 miles from the home of its owner, Zahir Khalid.
The Black Gables
Driving south from downtown Miami on Highway One, just before taking a right into the elegant city of Coral Gables, one passes a triangle of tranquil and decidedly more modest streets on the opposite side of the road.
Texas Homestead Museum Adds Nature Trail
The Lawrence Homestead's new nature trail is attracting more students.
On April 15, an early-morning blaze damaged the 1914 pagoda at Point Defiance Park in Tacoma, Wash.
Warehouse in Seattle's Pioneer Square Spared
The state will stabilize, rather than demolish, the 1910 building that houses artists' studios.
Winans-Crippen House Still Stands
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Volunteers Restore African American Cemetery in Kentucky
A small group is restoring a forgotten cemetery outside Louisville.
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