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One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.
One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.
One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.
One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.
One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.

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Professionals, students, and anyone interested in the field of historic preservation and related areas of study will find on this site a comprehensive database of regularly updated internet resources, a list of degree programs in historic preservation, and a jobs board.

Established in 1994 by Cornell University's Michael Tomlan and Bob Pick, PreserveNet was the result of a collaborative effort by preservation students from several universities who wished to assemble preservation information read more →




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 Lead Organization NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project

We want to have a national conversation about LGBTA+ Historic Sites — Take the Survey!

Lead Organization: NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project

Summary: Are you involved in any effort that combines, or has the potential to combine, LGBTQ+ history and a historic site? We hope that you will participate and help spread the word about this survey, found here →. The purpose of the survey is to gather information about the wide variety of efforts to identify, collect, document, and/or interpret narratives associated with LGBTQ+ historic sites in the United States. The goal is to understand who's doing what and where, the details of each effort, and the deficits in geography, demographics, and diversity of existing efforts. The survey information will be compiled and analyzed to develop a series of four virtual conversations about LGBTQ+ site-based efforts. The goals of the conversations are to establish an informal network of those interested in the subject matter and potentially develop resources and information about best practices.

Survey Deadline: Mid-December, 2023

Find out more here →

Questions? Contact survey@nyclgbtsites.org