Giving Preservation a History: Histories of Historic Preservation in the United States

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a
Achebe, Chinua, 30
Acoma mission towers (Santa Fe), 193 , 194
Adam Craig House, 126
Addams, Jane, 126
Adenauer, Hanna, 58
African Americans, 15 , 227 , 324
displacement, 176 , 177
Age value, 51
Aldea (Santa Fe), 203
Aldine Square (Chicago), 210 , 212
Alexander, Christopher, 197
American Institute of Architects (AIA), 265
American National Trust for Historic Preservation, 90
American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society (ASHPS) (New York City), 133 , 134 , 135 - 136 , 158 , 160
publications, 135
Ammons, Albert, 230
Ancestral architecture, 257 - 287
Antiques dealers, 259
Apartment buildings (Chicago), 207 , 209
advertising, 252
Apoc Printers (Providence, Rhode Island), 173
Appleton, William Sumner, 7 , 81 , 96 , 97 , 98 , 99 , 100 , 113 , 117 , 119 , 120 , 126
Arcade, 218
Architectural League of New York, 134 , 138
Architecture
ancestral, 257 - 287
Armour, J. Ogden, 232 - 233
Armour, Philip D., 224
Armour Flats (Chicago), 224 , 225 , 231
Armour Institute (Chicago), 224 - 226 , 233
Armour Mission (Chicago), 225 , 231
Armstrong, Louis, 229
Art collectors, 259
Ashfield Cottages (Chicago), 218 - 219
Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, 107
Atrium, 214 - 218
Atterbury, Grosvenor, 156
Auschwitz, 72
Australia, 23
Avery, Samuel P., 137
Avondale-Corryville (Cincinnati, Ohio), 171

b
Back Bay (Boston), 83
Baltimore, Maryland
Mount Royal, 171
Bandelier National Monument (Santa Fe), 192
Baumann & Huehl, 216
Bavaria, 53
Neuschwanstein, 47
Beacon Hill (Boston), 81 , 100
statehouse, 82
Beautification leagues, 52 , 135 - 136
Beit Hamedrash Hagadol (Manhattan), 4
Believers, 52 - 63

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