Preservation Notes Vol. XV No. 3, Fall/Winter 1979
(Americana - New York - Long Island - Architecture - Preservation)

Setauket, L.I., N.Y.: The Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities, 1979. F 11 pages; with illustrations in black and white of properties and homes on Long Island, including Brooklyn and Queens; the Society notes that there is a "...need to be alerted to the threats of destruction of the irreplaceable values and environment that comprise our heritage, and to the actions proposed to avert such threats. These brief notes are designed to alert you..." Barbara Ferris Van Liew, editor. Cover photograph of The Big Duck in Flanders and others within by Harvey A. Weber. Properties profiled include the existing landmarks at New Lots, the Church of St. Ann, Ridgewood Aqueduct, Inwood Odd Fellows Hall, the gatekeeper's cottage at Inisfada the former Nicholas Brady estate in North Hills, particular architectural details at the historic Orient Inn as vacant and vandalized; also the "Deepwells" house in St. James. With a list of endangered properties of historic architectural interest and reviews and recommendations on new publications in the field of preservation. With a notice of sale for several interesting properties at locations on Long Island and old subscriber mailing address label on back. Approx. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" size; stapled illustrated paper covers; light wear; in very good condition and a good reference to Long Island preservation & architectural history. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 24734)

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