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Forum Webinar: Shared Use at Historic Sites

On Tuesday, September 26 th , Preservation Leadership Forum hosted “ Commerce + Interpretation: The Possibilities, Pitfalls, and Principles of Shared Use at Historic Sites ”, as part of the Forum Webinar Series. One of the Barns at Cooper-Molera Adobe. | Credit: National Trust for Historic...

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Slide Deck: Cooper-Molera Shared Use Webinar

This is the slide deck for the webinar "Commerce + Interpretation: The Possibilities, Pitfalls, and Principles of Shared Use at Historic Sites" which streamed on September 26, 2017. #ForumWebinar #HistoricSites #SharedUse

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Commerce + Interpretation: The Possibilities, Pitfalls, and Principles of Shared Use at Historic Sites (September 26, 2017 | Forum Webinar)

The shared use model for Cooper-Molera in Monterey, California was developed with replicability in mind. With the project now underway, we will hear from Douglas Wiele of Foothill Partners, Inc., along with Katherine Malone-France and Paul Edmondson of the National Trust for Historic...


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The Rebirth of Stringfellow Orchards

By Samuel Collins III As I was driving on Highway 6 in Hitchcock, Texas, in May 2004, I noticed a Texas Historical Commission subject marker marking Stringfellow Orchards . I stopped to read it and was immediately drawn to the story. Henry Martyn Stringfellow was a world-renowned...

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Spring 2016 Forum Journal: Activating Historic Spaces

Activating historic spaces hinges on engaging audiences, existing and new, in the reimagination of a site. Successfully activating places requires a dual connection: the contemporary reanimation of a place must both credibly incorporate its past and authentically resonate with its present-day...

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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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Brewmaster Studios: A Community Partnership Takes Off

Originally Posted January 27, 2016 By Kimberly Bender As a nonprofit, a house museum faces the core challenge of raising revenue in ways that relate to the organization’s mission. Fortunately, house museums possess one of the world’s most lucrative resources: real estate. 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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