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Catch Us This Saturday

The PRO crew will be sharing what we know this Saturday, October 19 at two events. City Homes and Neighborhoods Saturday, October 19 / 10:30 AM Missouri History Museum PRO Affiliated Architectural Historian Lynn Josse will tell you how to … Continue reading

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TOUR 9/7: Reber Place in Southwest Garden

Come enjoy a Walking Tour of the Reber Place Historic District this Saturday, Saturday Sept. 7, 10:30 to noon.  Meet at 4900 Reber Place at 10:30 am to begin the tour.  Register at the link below, or just show up.  … Continue reading

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PRO TOUR: That Summer Fields Grew High: Agriculture & Architecture in St. Louis Place

Saturday, August 24 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM Meet across from Crown Candy Kitchen, 1401 St. Louis Avenue St. Louis Place is one of the city’s most time-altered neighborhoods — but that makes it a place of uncanny possibilities. Platted … Continue reading

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Following Time and Trauma Across the City: Two Exhibitions Opening This Weekend

by Michael R. Allen The City Inside/Out Opening Friday, June 7 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Sheldon Art Galleries St. Louis’ built environment has been a yielding subject to many photographers over the years, from Emil Boehl to Charles Cushman … Continue reading

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Talk: The James Clemens, Jr. House: St. Louis’ Most Endangered House

May is National Historic Preservation Month, and we have joined the Chatillon-DeMenil House foundation for an event that will raise awareness of the plight of an endangered sister house on the north side. The James Clemens, Jr. House: St. Louis’ … Continue reading

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Call Party at the Harry Hammerman House to Save the Missouri Historic Tax Credit

Wednesday April 24, 2013, 4:00-7:00 pm at the Harry Hammerman House 219 Graybridge Rd. Ladue, MO 63124 Please join us at the mid-century modern Harry Hammerman House (1952), designed and built by Harry Hammerman following principles of Frank Lloyd Wright. … Continue reading

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Sustainable Land Lab Winners Revealed Next Week

by Michael R. Allen In St. Louis, vacant land is a huge problem. Yet the details are small: a single lot here, a moribund city-owned red-brick house there, or a dead gas station down the block. As the city struggles … Continue reading

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Hand-On Preservation Training March 13 & 14

Missouri Preservation One Day Hands-On Training: March 13 & 14, 2013 Care, Restoration & Repair of Historic Masonry Materials to be covered include mixture and pointing for brick surfaces, cleaning and repair of brick, limestone, sandstone and terra cotta. Date(s): … Continue reading

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Public Meeting on Citywide Non-Residential Mid-Century Modern Survey

The Cultural Resources Office soon will host the first public meeting on the citywide survey of non-residential mid-century modernist architecture. On Monday, February 11 at 5:30 p.m., the meeting starts inside of an appropriate setting: the former L. Douglas Abrams … Continue reading

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PRO Cinema: “Between Two Rivers” at Washington University January 30th

Preservation Research Office is happy to help promote education on regional historic preservation issues, so we are pleased to join Washington University in St. Louis’ American Culture Studies Program to publicly screen Between Two Rivers. Between Two Rivers is not … Continue reading

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