William Sumner Appleton and Norman Morrison Isham
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The preservation of historic sites and of vintage architecture has become a major focus for many in the contemporary period. Different theorists have addressed this issue as they have also sought to motivate the movement for the preservation of the worthy and the important. This paper examines how two such theorists with somewhat different approaches to the subject are William Sumner Appleton and Norman Morrison Isham, both of whom left writings on the subject as well as took action in furtherance of their goals and their idea of the need for preservation.
Sample of Sources Used:
- The Architectural Archives of the University of Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania, 2003. http://www.philadelphiabuildings.org/faids/aaup/isham.pdf.
- "The Clement Weaver Home" (2007). April 29, 2007. p://circa1679.com/aboutus.aspx.
- Lindgren, James M. Preserving Historic New England: Preservation, Progressivism, and the Remaking of Memory. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995.
- Mason, Randall and Max Page. Giving Preservation a History: Histories of Historic Preservation in the United States. New York: Routledge, 2004.
- Redfern, Maggie. "Three Old Houses Cast Their Spell on America's first preservationist,William Sumner Appleton." Historic New England Magazine (Spring 2001). April 30, 2007. http://www.historicnewengland.org/NEHM/NEWWSpringPage02.htm.
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