Insights by Christina Slattery

Celebrate our national parks with a visit in 2017
Celebrate our national parks with a visit in 2017

Last year marked the 100 year anniversary of the National Park Service and the best way to continue to honor the celebration is by visiting a park.

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Architectural Record celebrates 125 years
Architectural Record celebrates 125 years

Architectural Record provides its choice of the 125 most important buildings over the last 125 years.

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Discovering history through Pokémon GO?
Discovering history through Pokémon GO?

The augmented reality mobile game has players traveling throughout cities to capture Pokemons on their mobile phones.

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Commercial landscape preservation
Commercial landscape preservation

The Society for Commercial Archaeology is devoted to preservation of the buildings, artifacts, structures, signs and symbols of the 20th century commercial landscape.

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Celebrated photographer of roadside architecture remembered
Celebrated photographer of roadside architecture remembered

John Margolies, considered the country’s foremost photographer of vernacular and roadside architecture, died on May 26 at 76 years of age.

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Prestressed concrete article wins historic preservation award
Prestressed concrete article wins historic preservation award

Congratulations Bob Frame and Rick Mitchell, who were recently awarded the David Stanley Gebhard Award by the Minnesota Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians.

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How to get inside history
How to get inside history

Many cities and local preservation organizations sponsor a day or entire weekend where buildings throughout a city are opened for free tours.

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New hire expands cultural resources services in Colorado
New hire expands cultural resources services in Colorado

Mead & Hunt’s historic preservation client base in the West is seeing ongoing growth. In response Dianna Litvak, a Senior Historian, joins our team to better serve clients out of our Denver office.

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Help to save roadside heritage
Help to save roadside heritage

The SCA is seeking nominations for its 2016 list of endangered roadside resources.

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Field archaeology: Whose line is it anyway?
Field archaeology: Whose line is it anyway?

Regardless of how the APE is defined, compliance activities must satisfy Section 106 resulting in a reasonable and good faith effort when identifying potential historic properties.

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