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Identification & Evaluation of Mid-20th-Century Buildings, 1940-1970

San Diego Seminar March 23-24, 2004

In cooperation with California Department of Transportation

Featuring
James C. Massey, architectural historian, contributing editor to Old House Journal, and historic preservation consultant to owners of historic property on the use of federal and state rehabilitation tax credits.

Shirley Maxwell, historian, historic preservation consultant, contributing editor to Old House Journal, and co-author of House Styles in America and other publications.

Seminar Overview
In post-World War II America, buildings, suburbs, and towns sprang up like lawn weeds. Discuss how these relatively recent structures fit into today's and tomorrow's historic preservation patterns. With a strong emphasis on the 1950's, examine the era-specific factors that help to identify and evaluate modern buildings in terms of their significance for listing or retaining on the National Register of Historic Places and for purposes of EIS, Section 106, and Section 110 studies.

To register contact:
National Preservation Institute, PO Box 1702
Alexandria, VA 22313-1702
Registration form available on line: www.npi.org
Call for location and cost: (703) 765-0100.

2004 - Volume 35, Issue 1

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Events & Education Update


Letters to the Editor


2004 Craftsman-Spanish Revival Weekend


People In Preservation


Strength in Numbers


Lost San Diego


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