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February 21, 2012

PMN 2011: What Style Is That, Anyway?

Filed under: Conference, Podcasts, Preserve MN 2011 — Joe Hoover @ 12:47 pm

This session will help preservationists, planners, managers and others become acquainted with the nuances of architectural style in order to be able to recognize key features in the field. It will explain how common, vernacular forms were distributed via pattern books, and describe styles from the Pre-Victorian, Victorian, Arts and Crafts and Modern eras.

Presented by Beth Wielde-Heidelberg, Urban & Regional Studies Institute, Minnesota State University, Mankato at Preserve Minnesota, the Statewide Historic Preservation Conference in Faribault, MN.

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