National Trust for Historic Preservation
National Trust for Historic Preservation
National Trust for Historic Preservation

National Trust for Historic Preservation

The National Trust for Historic Preservation, a privately funded nonprofit organization, works to save America’s historic places.

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Waterloo Bridge closed Jan 2014 VA’s oldest metal truss bridge No plan to rehab yet #ThisPlaceMatters (via @JulieBolthouse on Twitter)

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"All month long in October 2015, Curbed and National Trust for Historic Preservation are teaming up on #ThisPlaceMatters, a social campaign highlighting the most beloved places across America."

#ThisPlaceMatters, a Celebration of Personal Landmarks Across America

"Our motto at Curbed is "love where you live," which ties in succinctly with the National Trust's mission to highlight everyday buildings and places alongside those officially earmarked for historic preservation. We're looking to you, our readers, to submit photos of your favorite places, preserved or not, on Instagram and Twitter by tagging them with #ThisPlaceMatters."

We had an amazing behind the scenes tour of The Slippery Noodle yesterday during @preservindy's September Happy Hour! Thanks to Brian Yeagy for being our tour guide and giving us all the stories connected to every room in the entire building. We thought it was fitting to end the happy hour declaring #ThisPlaceMatters about Indiana's Oldest Bar! @sliperynoodle #loveindy #indy @whyweloveindy #preservindy #preservegreaterindy

#ThisPlaceMatters van + #PublicArt + Main Street community = great Saturday (my 2 year anniversary at @savingplaces)!

We've already found a bunch of enthusiastic #ThisPlaceMatters supporters at the #MountVernon Wine Fest -- but we're always looking for more. Stop by our tent and say hi!