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Cooper Molera: Shared Use Documents

As the National Trust has worked to develop a shared use model for Cooper-Molera in Monterey, California, we have worked to make our process as transparent as possible so that our lessons learned can be used by historic sites, house museums, and other types of historic properties around the...

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Commerce + Interpretation: A Shared Use Toolkit

Foyer at Cooper Molera Adobe | Credit History Associates This post was updated October 2, 2017. As the National Trust has worked to develop a shared use model for Cooper-Molera in Monterey, California, we have worked to make our process as transparent as possible so that our lessons...

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Shared Use at Historic Sites: A Legal Perspective

The barn at Cooper-Molera Adobe. | Credit: National Trust for Historic Preservation In her recent blog post on the concept of “shared use” at National Trust historic sites ( "Shared Use in Action at Cooper-Molera Adobe,” August 20, 2015) , Katherine Malone-France...

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It’s In the Details: Discovering the Full Potential of a Historic Site’s Museum Collections

By Laura Quinn Cooper-Molera, Monterey, California. | Credit: National Trust for Historic Preservation From the earliest discussions of shared use at Cooper-Molera, it was understood that the collection of...

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Shared Use in Action at Cooper-Molera Adobe

Exterior view of Cooper Molera. | Credit: National Trust for Historic Preservation One key component in the National Trust’s vision for its historic sites is that they are places where we can develop and implement new models for preservation. As we work to realize this vision...

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