Preserve and Play Conference Proceedings
Recreation and entertainment help define the American way of life. Reflecting this importance and our desire to relax and play, recreation sites, structures, and landscapes have proliferated over the past century. The 2005 conference Preserve and Play was the first national forum to explore and promote effective ways of preserving this heritage. The conference papers presented in this 350-page illustrated paperback book help explain how to evaluate historic recreation resources, apply traditional and innovative preservation strategies, and undertake successful conservation and rehabilitation work. Published in 2006 by the HPEF, National Council for Preservation Education, and the National Park Service.
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