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On October 26, 1949, the National Trust for Historic Preservation was founded with the goal of saving America’s historic places. The trust maintains 27 sites around the country which are open to the public and has contributed to the restoration of hundreds of other places.
As a member, I receive a copy of Preservation magazine and discounted admission to the 27 sites operated by the Trust, including Lyndhurst which I reviewed here. We’ve also toured Many Glacier Hotel…the Trust was instrumental in helping to raise the funds to save this historic National Park Lodge from sliding off its foundations into the lake.
Happy anniversary and thanks for all you do!