But it may also mean that reformists and preservationists
at the synod found common ground, and that the Report is not as preservationist
as it first seems.
Washington, Oct 17 ( ANI ): A preservationist
has discovered a Manhattan building where George Washington is believed to have enjoyed a celebratory drink during the American Revolution in the 18th-century.
In this generously illustrated book, heritage preservationist
Kaufman lays out his vision of the preservation field, especially in terms of where the next generation of preservationists
can take it.
Frank Applegate of Santa Fe Artist & Preservationist
Repair and re-use are key tenets, rather than a pickled-in-aspic, preservationist
zeal triumphed in 1985, when a group of supporters bought the building.
On one side was a purist preservationist
, Brussat; on the other an arch-modernist, Bradford.
policies to mark territories reserved for the Xavante (and other indigenous groups throughout Brazil) provoked stiff opposition from local elites who lusted after land for agricultural and cattle production.
approach in Africa was best defined by Bernhard Grzimek, the late president of the Frankfurt Zoological Society and one of the instigators of the Serengeti protected area in Tanzania.
Years ago a famous remark about Nantucket's day-tripper tourists was attributed to the billionaire property owner and preservationist
The de-facto coalition of historic preservationists
and latter-day white supremacists is a reminder that the preservationist
impulse is by no means automaticaly politically progressive.
Delvac, a leading author with 25 years experience in preservation law and an award winning preservationist
[including receiving the Los Angeles Conservancy's President's Award], said the analysis must be based on facts not passion.