Save America’s Treasures In the News
Welcome to the inaugural edition of Save America’s Treasures In the News, a roundup of SAT projects that have been mentioned in articles and stories online.
Hollyhock House, Los Angeles, CA: The Hollyhock House received an SAT grant in the amount of $489,000 in 2009.
“Return to Splendor” – Restoration brings Frank Lloyd Wright’s long-suffering Hollyhock House back to its original form. The Architect’s Newspaper.
Rye Meeting House, Rye, NY: The Rye Meeting House received an SAT grant in the amount of $50,000 in 2005.
“Rye Meeting House: Sustainable Preservation, Ecology and Conservation to be honored” – Preservation League Announces Annual Awards. ReadMedia.
Mission Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA: Mission Santa Barbara received an SAT grant in the amount of $650,000 in 2010.
“Old Mission Santa Barbara gets some much-needed TLC.” Los Angeles Times.
“Old Mission Santa Barbara receives a facelift.” Chico Enterprise-Record.
R. Buckminster Fuller Dome Home, Carbondale, IL: The R. Buckminster Fuller Dome Home received an SAT grant in the amount of $125,000 in 2010.
“‘Bucky Dome’ receives Historic Preservation Award.” The Southern Illinoisan.
Pittsburgh Courier Historic Archives, Pittsburgh, PA: The Pittsburgh Courier Historic Archives received an SAT grant in the amount of $148,000 in 2008.
Established in 1999, the Save America’s Treasures program is managed by the National Park Service, with the National Endowment Agencies, to preserve and protect nationally significant properties and collections for future generations of Americans. Stories of saving those treasures will be shared through partnership with the American Architectural Foundation.