I'm curious to learn what interesting and creative ways you have advocated/promoted for historic preservation awareness, particularly in the areas of endangered lists or acknowledging what has been lost. Looking for something more fun/engaging/creative other than press blasts of lists.
Historical Resources Manager
Venice Museum & Archives
City of Venice
Many years ago, Indiana Landmarks sent a packet of 10 Most postcards. They were joined and folded accordion-style into a self-mailer. I think it became too expensive, but with all of today's digital printing options, it might be a cost effective promotion. The idea was for people to mail the postcards to others and spread the word about the properties.
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