Spend two weeks in July at the Marcel Breuer House in NY working on your preservation project through the 2018 Pocantico Fellowship. Applications are due March 30.
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Including Women in the Sequel: Re-Interpretation and Telling the Full History at Historic Sites | Wednesday, March 14
A historic tax credit project in a residential historic district will convert a large, vacant mansion ...
We are envisioning sign with 3 lines of type, which would be large enough to be read (easily) by motorists, ...
Here's a sign along those lines that my predecessor here approved at a church. The final design is much ...
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