Past Meets Future: Saving America`s Historic Environments
Antoinette Josephine Lee
Preservation Press, 1992 - History - 288 pages
What do we value and want to preserve? -- Where have we been? -- How will preservation adapt to a changing world? -- Which goals and strategies will fulill our visions? -- Which special needs must be met?
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FORGING NEW VALUES IN UNCOMMON TIMES 37 A LARGER UMBRELLA
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