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The Buffalo News
Board vote paves way for Chautauqua Amphitheater demolitionThe historic Chautauqua Amphitheater outlasted two world wars, the Great Depres
Board vote paves way for Chautauqua Amphitheater demolition
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
The historic Chautauqua Amphitheater outlasted two world wars, the Great Depression and the Great Recession. But the National Historic Landmark – the nation’s highest preservation designation – may have met its match at Saturday’s vote by Chautauqua... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Chautauqua Institution board vote paves way for Amp demolitionThe historic Chautauqua Amphitheater outlasted two world wars, the Great Depres
Chautauqua Institution board vote paves way for Amp demolition
The Buffalo News / Posted 2 days ago
The historic Chautauqua Amphitheater outlasted two world wars, the Great Depression and the Great Recession. But the National Historic Landmark – the nation’s highest preservation designation – may have met its match at Saturday’s vote by Chautauqua... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Stafford commissioner receives nomination letterRe: Martin Cemetery—U.S 50 1 1/4 mile west of U.S. 281, St. John, Stafford Coun
Stafford commissioner receives nomination letter
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
Re: Martin Cemetery—U.S 50 1 1/4 mile west of U.S. 281, St. John, Stafford County Dear Commissioner Clayton Grimmett. We are pleased to inform you that the Kansas Historic Sites Board of Review has approved the nomination of the Martin Cemetery to... Read more
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Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal
Lecture tonight on ‘Lincoln’s Summer Cottage’Summer Cottage” at the Kingston Episcopal Church parish house on Main Street.
Lecture tonight on ‘Lincoln’s Summer Cottage’
Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal / Posted 12 days ago
Summer Cottage” at the Kingston Episcopal Church parish house on Main Street. Callie Hawkins, associate director for programs at President Lincoln’s Cottage on the grounds of the Soldiers’ Home in northwest Washington, D.C., is the... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Tenafly building with historical ties targeted for razingTENAFLY — A building with historical ties to the women’s rights movement is bei
Tenafly building with historical ties targeted for razing
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 14 days ago
TENAFLY — A building with historical ties to the women’s rights movement is being targeted for razing, to be replaced by a day care center. The proposal will be subject to public hearing and a possible vote by the Planning Board on Sept. 9. Members... Read more
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The Morning Call
Insider's Guide: Historic trains in Lehigh Valley regiona bridge or street crossing. The Lehigh Valley is surrounded by several touris
Insider's Guide: Historic trains in Lehigh Valley region
The Morning Call / Posted 17 days ago
a bridge or street crossing. The Lehigh Valley is surrounded by several tourist railroads that offer wonderful rides for families and train enthusiasts. And there's a new addition, too. The Colebrookdale Railroad in Boyertown opened last... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Two reports on Chautauqua Amphitheater lend weight to anti-demolition advocatesThe 122-year-old Chautauqua Amphitheater needs to be stabilized, but it appears
Two reports on Chautauqua Amphitheater lend weight to anti-demolition advocates
The Buffalo News / Posted 17 days ago
The 122-year-old Chautauqua Amphitheater needs to be stabilized, but it appears sustainable for years to come, according to a new structural engineering report. But preserving the structure, a designated National Historic Landmark, would require the... Read more
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Salem News
ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIESLEETONIA- Vendor applications are now being taken for the 30th Artisans Festiva
ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIES
Salem News / Posted 19 days ago
LEETONIA- Vendor applications are now being taken for the 30th Artisans Festival to be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 13 in Wick Park. The vendor forms are available on the village website, www.leetonia.org, for review and printout. Deadline for... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
A day of fun on the water for Daniel Foundationand Cunningham Creek, but the weather altered those plans.�Instead, the group c
A day of fun on the water for Daniel Foundation
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 19 days ago
and Cunningham Creek, but the weather altered those plans.�Instead, the group cruised down Julington Creek and Durbin Creek for a ride to look at nature. The group saw an alligator, birds and scenic waterway homes. In order to qualify for the... Read more
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Pittsburgh City Paper
Vacant buildings and property-owners’ rights have some Pittsburgh city councilors rethinking historic designationMembers of Pittsburgh’s Old Stone Tavern Friends Trust (from right): Paul Sentn
Vacant buildings and property-owners’ rights have some Pittsburgh city councilors rethinking historic designation
Pittsburgh City Paper / Posted 19 days ago
Members of Pittsburgh’s Old Stone Tavern Friends Trust (from right): Paul Sentner, Norene Beatty, Cris Mooney, John McNulty, Rich Forster and Lorraine Forster During rush hour, the intersection of Green Tree Road and Woodville Avenue is a... Read more
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Paul C. Reber, Ph.D.Dr. Reber, the executive director of Stratford Hall and an avid cyclist, had be
Paul C. Reber, Ph.D.
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted a month ago
Dr. Reber, the executive director of Stratford Hall and an avid cyclist, had been training for an upcoming amateur cycling race. His lifelong devotion to history began in his teenage years when he visited museums such as Mt. Vernon and Independence... Read more

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