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Conservancy President, Peg Breen talks about the awards

Conservancy Hosts 22nd Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards Wednesday, April 25, 2012 The New-York Historical Society Some 450 people packed The New-York Historical Society on April 25 to applaud an impressive list of Moses winners from across the City. They ranged from a Brooklyn church that painstakingly refinished its Renaissance Revival sanctuary, to Edgar Allen Poe’s Cottage in the Bronx,

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Casting Call – Traditional Building Magazine

http://www.traditional-building.com/Previous-Issues-12/AprilProject12Henson.html   PROJECT Bleecker+Bond Building, New York, NY ARCHITECT Scott Henson Architect, LLC, New York, NY; Scott Henson, principal By Eve M. Kahn Victorian cast-iron façades were the first curtain walls, maximizing natural light and column-free interior space. When poorly maintained, they can become unstable sieves. Scott Henson, the head of a five-person preservation architecture firm in New York City,

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Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards – Winner!

Congratulations team! We received the Moses Award (The New York Landmarks Conservancy) for the Banner Building, the Conservancy’s highest honors for outstanding preservation efforts. The Awards ceremony will be at the New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West (an Award winner) on Wednesday, April 25, starting at 6:00pm, with a reception starting at around 7:00. Peg Breen, the Conservancy president, will make

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The Very Best in Preservation

The Very Best in Preservation

Recipients of the 2011 National Preservation Awards include individuals and projects epitomizing … By Magazine Editors | From Preservation | November/December 2011 Pamela Bates Credit: Matt Teuten The Peter H. Brink Award for Individual Achievement: Pamela Bates, Lowell’s Boat Shop Pamela Bates grew up landlocked in Longmeadow, Mass. But as the daughter of an accomplished fly-fisherman, “I was always gravitating toward the

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