Nearly 50 members of the National Trust joined the New York Studio School staff, students and supporters for a wonderful evening focused on the history of the Whitney Studio and surrounding buildings. See more at: http://savingplaces.org/updates/renowned-author-art-historian-talks-whitney-studio #preservation #NewYorkCity
This Place STILL Matters: One of the National Trust’s Most Popular Campaigns Returns http://blog.preservationnation.org/2015/05/01/this-place-matters-one-of-the-national-trusts-most-popular-campaigns-returns #ThisPlaceMatters #savingplaces #preservation
The National Trust for Historic Preservation named Eureka Springs, AR as one of its "Dozen Distinctive Destinations." Streets are lined with Victorian homes hugging cliffsides, and its entire downtown area is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The National Trust is ensuring the legacy of unique American women continues at the places that matters to them. #WHM2015 #WHM #savingplaces #NationalTreasure #madamcjwalker #blackhistory #AfricanAmericanHistory
Younger generations are vitally important for the continuation of historic preservation. That is why we at the National Trust responded enthusiastically to a request from Ivan Robles, a sophomore at Miami Beach Senior High School, to share his photographs of the Miami Marine Stadium, one of our National Treasures. http://blog.preservationnation.org/2014/05/14/young-preservationist-focuses-lens-miami-marine-stadium #preservation #peoplestories #miami #miamimarine #streetart #photography
Twelve of our National Trust Historic Sites across the country coordinated love-filled heart bombs to show the world why they love their historic place so much. We've gathered some of our favorite photos from their events -- complete with heartfelt quotes about each site from its staff, supporters, and visitors -- and shared them with you here. Happy Valentine's Day, everyone! #preservation #happyvalentinesday #ValentinesDay
Image of preservation efforts in Main House of Drayton Hall. Image labeled as large drawing room. Assumed to be after National Trust acquired property before opening to the public between 1974 and 1977. Charleston County (S.C.)
Sacred Buildings: Cubic Concrete Unity Temple in Oak Park, Illinois. Frank Lloyd Wright's revolutionary Unity Temple was one of the earliest public buildings constructed of poured concrete. The National Trust for Historic Preservation named Unity Temple one of America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places in 2009.