Posted by Jonathan J. Miller -Tuesday, August 25, 2009, 11:19 AM
National Trust for Historic Preservation does a lot of good work slowing the disappearance of US landmarks.
One might incorrectly assume their job might be a tad easier (thereby diminishing the urgency of their cause) without the massive quantity of essentially free mortgage money that was available for some crazy stupid development during the recent credit boom. The tear it down mantra seems a bit dated now.
The Trust created a Flickr photo pool for their new campaign.
No biggie but it’s fun to peruse. Of course, remember who is writing the blog and how boring he is. After being out of the loop for vacation, I feel the need to clear my desk so forgive the larger than usual volume of posts coming at you this week.