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The Place of Preservation in a World of Change by Stewart Brand
Finding Compatible New Uses for the Army's Historic Structures by Mahlon Apgar, IV
California State Government Makes Preservation a Priority by Rusty Areias
Bringing African-American Traditions and Memories to Life by Lorraine Johnson-Coleman
"Historic Preservation Is at the Very Core of Our Business" by Robert A. Peck
Sustainable Communities Through Smart Investments by Philip Angelides
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