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Why Preserve the Past ? Pt.4: the preservation movement in the United States. ©USA. National Park ServiceCopyright: ©1985
Why Preserve the Past ? Pt.4: the preservation movement in the United States
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Michael Ainslie, President of the US National Trust for Historic reservation, Pamela Cressey, city archaeologist, Alexandria, Virginia, and Donald Gonzales, former senior vice-president, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, talk about the preservation movement in the United States

This programme is part of Why Preserve the Past, a series based on recordings made at a seminar organized by UNESCO and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington in 1985 (consult it here)

Place/region: United States of America, North America
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Participant: Michael Ainslie, Pamela Cressey, Donald Gonzales
Publisher: UNESCO Radio Sponsor: Smithsonian Institution
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