|Categories||Architecture, History, Travel|
|Company||National Trust for Historic Preservation|
Preservation, the magazine of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, launched in 1952 as Historic Preservation. In 1998, the magazine won a National Magazine Award for General Excellence under its then-editor, Robert S. Wilson. The magazine's launching point is architecture, but it is also, as the judges of the National Magazine Award write, about "politics, art, history, places, and people … Preservation tells the stories of extraordinary buildings and sites all over the world."
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- Mulloy, Elizabeth D. The History of The National Trust for Historic Preservation 1963-1973. Washington D.C.: The Preservation Press, 1976.
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