Moynihan Train Hall Trusses

photo by: Dave Burk for Empire State Development/SOM

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In the fall 2021 issue read about the recipients of the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation National Preservation Awards, how a church in Oklahoma continues its mission 100 years after the Tulsa Race Massacre, how Atlanta artists have found a home in a rehabilitated school building, and more.

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Explore Florida’s Historic Coast

In 1513 explorer Ponce de Leon landed near St. Augustine and claimed La Florida for the King of Spain. Five hundred years later, St. Augustine remains the single most important place to experience America’s cultural beginnings. Home to two national monuments, the nation’s oldest port, and the first free African American settlement in North America, St. Augustine boasts five centuries of stunning architecture, ranging from Spanish Colonial homes to Gilded Age palaces featuring the world’s largest collection of Tiffany stained glass. Today, you can enjoy a vibrant arts and culinary scene surrounded by these beautifully preserved buildings and gorgeous cultural landscapes. Sponsored by the St. Johns Cultural Council.

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