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2014/04/23 01:43
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NEW YORK – Fifty years after the 1964 World’s Fair opened, the New York State Pavilion, one of the last architectural vestiges of the fair, was named on Tuesday a “National Treasure” by the National...
2014/04/23 01:43
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2014/04/22 21:48
2014/04/22 21:48
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The Tent of Tomorrow and the three observation towers, which were built for the 1964 World's Fair, were named a "National Treasure" by the National Trust for Historic Preservation on Tuesday, the 50th...
2014/04/22 17:54
2014/04/22 17:54
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At the 50th anniversary celebration Tuesday of the opening of the 1964 World’s Fair at Flushing Meadows, a representative from the National Trust for Historic Preservation announced that the iconic...
2014/04/22 04:24
2014/04/22 04:24
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Oral history helps recover past at S.Carolina plantation CHARLESTON, S.C. — When historians from across South Carolina gather today for a preservation conference, one thing they will discuss is...
2014/04/18 18:17
2014/04/18 18:17
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The Baltimore landmark has been around for 75 years and has hosted film premieres from native sons John Waters and Barry Levinson. Men’s Journal explained that the theater "still maintains much of...
2014/04/17 18:19
2014/04/17 18:19
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Though silent for decades, the former home of several Negro Leagues teams is getting another chance at bat as baseball’s first National Historic Landmark. Historians, volunteers, activists and a...
2014/04/17 01:08
2014/04/17 01:08
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Fears rise for 289 still missing more than 24 hours after ferry sinks off South Korea MOKPO, South Korea (AP) - Fears rose Thursday for the fate of 289 passengers still missing more than 24 hours...
2014/04/16 23:37
2014/04/16 23:37
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PATERSON, N.J. (AP) — Volunteers and historians are on a fundraising campaign to save a decaying stadium that is one of the few still in existence where Negro League games were played. A plaque...
2014/04/13 20:12
2014/04/13 20:12
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By CYNTHIA McCLOUD For The State Journal Growing up in Clarksburg, Steve Goff spent many Saturdays at the Robinson Grand Theatre. For six Pepsi bottle caps and a dime, he could watch a "Three...
2014/04/10 22:24
2014/04/10 22:24
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The Arkansas County Quorum Court met Tuesday to approve a resolution appointing RaeAnn Braithwaite to the Northern Arkansas County Library Board. Braithwaite was appointed to fill the vacancy caused...
2014/04/09 20:02
2014/04/09 20:02
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Preservationists looking for the city’s help to get Historic Wintersburg on a list as one of the most endangered historical places in the country failed to gain support Monday night. The Huntington...
2014/04/09 16:37
2014/04/09 16:37
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Thirty years later, local architect Brainerd Jones designed an addition, and in 1940, Arthur Agnew’s Sunset Line & Twine Company took over the building to manufacture silk and produce synthetic...
2014/04/08 00:08
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FORT LEE, N.J. (AP) - Several conservation groups filed legal briefs on Monday in an ongoing fight over the planned expansion of an electronics company along the Palisades by the Hudson River. The...
2014/04/07 22:30
2014/04/07 22:30
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Discover Palm Beach County Chief Marketing Officer Shirley Talbert died Saturday after a battle with cancer. She was 64. “Shirley was a highly talented and creative destination marketer. She combined...
2014/03/25 19:48
2014/03/25 19:48
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An Aug. 17 meeting of the state Mining and Minerals Division revealed a struggle of uranium cleanup. The New Mexico Environmental Law Center and two nonprofit environmental groups are trying to get...
2014/03/24 23:18
2014/03/24 23:18
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Hogg's name, written in block letters with a pencil next to the date 1829, was among dozens of 19th-century signatures and drawings discovered this week by a restoration crew using hand tools to...
2014/03/23 13:50
2014/03/23 13:50
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JEFFERSONVILLE — Crews are preparing four historic homes that are in the path of a new Ohio River bridge project so that they can be moved to vacant land in downtown Jeffersonville. Workers are busy...
2014/03/23 02:29
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RALEIGH – Architect Louis Cherry sees the two-story structure – with its exposed beams, masonry piers, deep overhangs and shallow-pitched roof – as a “contemporary interpretation” of the...
2014/03/21 21:46
2014/03/21 21:46
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Historians had long called the biggest room in George Washington's Mount Vernon estate the Large Dining Room. Where else would the first president hold his meals except in the most auspicious...
2014/04/23 01:43
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