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These web pages are made possible with public funds from the
New York State Council on the Arts
, a State Agency.
Neighborhood Preservation Center
The History Channel® Announces the Launch of the
2006-2007 Save Our History Grant Program
Neighborhood Preservation Center in New York City offers workspace to eligible organizations
Support NYC Intro 317: Demolition Delay Bill
Preservation League of New York State's Government Action Center
40th Anniversary of New York City Landmarks Law Calendar of events
Beachside Bungalow Preservation Association of Far Rockaway
The Metropolitan Chapter - Victorian Society in America
is a national urban-area regeneration initiative. Its purpose is to rescue landscapes in and around active metropolitan rail corridors .
The1906 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Powerhouse (Jersey City) has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places
is an independent organization of friends and alumni of the Columbia University Historic Preservation Program.
Staten Island's Most Endangered Buildings
Historic buildings in the vicinity of the World Trade Center and their conditions.
Access the new
FRIENDS OF TERRA COTTA ARCHIVES DATABASE
with details about more than 650 articles concerning terra cotta.
Dorothy Day Cottages at Spanish Camp Demolished
The Spanish Camp Preservation Coalition Nominates The Spanish Camp Historic District for Landmarks Designation
Mike Wallace co-author of
Gotham: A History of New York City to 1898
launched web site
The Gotham Center for New York History
Endangered Archaeological Sites in Peotone, Illinois And Surrounding Areas
The Prospect Cemetery Association
is a group of volunteers dedicated to preserving, protecting and restoring historic Prospect Cemetery (circa 1668) and the Chapel of the Sisters (circa 1857), located in Jamaica, Queens.
Art Deco Metropolis
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