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GSA Commemorates National Preservation Month 2016

GSA Commemorates National Preservation Month 2016

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As May comes to a close and we conclude our activities celebrating National Preservation Month, it is fitting to move beyond the single month annually dedicated to preservation policy, programs, and projects, and mark the significance of the year 2016...
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GSA  Celebrates The “New Old” Modernistic Bozeman Federal Building

GSA Celebrates The “New Old” Modernistic Bozeman Federal Building

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2016 marks the 50th Anniversary of The National Historic Preservation Act of 1966,  a cornerstone of American historic preservation. It also marks the 50th Anniversary of the downtown Bozeman Federal Building and Post Office in Gallatin County, Montana. GSA along...
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Lighthouses – Showcasing New England’s Maritime History

Lighthouses – Showcasing New England’s Maritime History

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Preservation is of great importance to our nation, as it encourages people living in the present to blend with the past, forming a link between different time periods. That is why, during the month of May, we celebrate National Preservation...
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Crossing Borders: GSA’s Historic Land Ports of Entry

Crossing Borders: GSA’s Historic Land Ports of Entry

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GSA’s monumental courthouses and custom houses often receive the most attention, but the smaller and lesser known U.S. Border Inspection Stations tell their own important story in our nation’s history.  Recently, the GSA Center for Historic Buildings studied and documented...
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America’s Architectural Treasures Continue to Serve Vital Government Role

America’s Architectural Treasures Continue to Serve Vital Government Role

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Preserving historic buildings is vital to understanding our nation’s heritage and respecting past generations. This is especially true in May, which is Historic Preservation Month. The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is the guardian of more than 400 historic buildings...
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HBO’s Wizard of Lies Filmed in GSA Historic Buildings

HBO’s Wizard of Lies Filmed in GSA Historic Buildings

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Every year, our federal office buildings, courthouses, land ports of entry, and historic landmarks are featured in major motion pictures. Filmmakers come to GSA because we have some of the most unique properties in the world. And with 371 million...
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Fact Friday: The History of the New Orleans Custom House

Fact Friday: The History of the New Orleans Custom House

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The U.S. Custom House in New Orleans, LA., was one the largest federal buildings to be constructed in the mid-nineteenth century. In fact, its construction was similar in scale to the U.S. Capitol. However, the building faced challenges even before...
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Beth Savage Receives Prestigious Cabinet-Level Award

Beth Savage Receives Prestigious Cabinet-Level Award

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Under Beth Savage’s leadership, GSA’s Center for Historic Buildings has been cited as the “gold standard” in its sophistication and commitment to preservation. No small accolade, in large part due to Beth’s energy and commitment. She has dedicated herself completely...
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National Preservation Month 2015: Preserving the Present

National Preservation Month 2015: Preserving the Present

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May is National Preservation Month. As we celebrate GSA’s stewardship successes with stories about our historic buildings’ noteworthy past, it is easy to lose sight of the fact that historic preservation is actually about the present and the future. It...
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