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Expansion & Revision - A note on Materials, History & Repairs
This article has received a few revisions, mostly in terms of its history, materials, and restorations. A large portion of the material references points coming from the Historic Structures Report by Architectural Resources Group on the Conservatory. As this is a public document that is not readily accessible online, it is hoped that this will make verified and researched information about the building, as well as historic preservation in general, more accessible to the public. Jamescocks 03:18, 5 April 2007 (UTC)
I used to work for the exhibit design firm that did all of the interior exhibits at the SFCOF. Would it be appropriate to add them to the list of participating design firms? If this article is purely focused on the architectural structure, leaving them out makes sense. But it has a section on the interior exhibits and plant collection, which leads me to believe the exhibit designers should be included. This would be my first wikipedia edit, so I apologize in advance. Jwlyon1 (talk) 16:06, 27 November 2007 (UTC)