Preservation Long Island’s Preservation Director, Sarah Kautz was recognized for her work with the Sag Harbor Hills, Azurest & Ninevah (SANS) Steering Committee’s efforts to preserve the historically African American vacation community. The Committee’s advocacy culminated in the recent listing of the SANS Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Among Smithtown’s underappreciated examples of exceptional 20th-century architecture is a house designed by Gustav Stickley. Originally built in 1912 as a private residence for Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Wagner, the house has served as a rectory since the mid-20th century.
As you think about year end giving, we hope that you will consider a tax-deductible donation to support Preservation Long Island in its mission to work with Long Islanders to preserve, protect, and celebrate Long Island’s cultural heritage.
Do you know of an endangered historic place in your Long Island community? We invite you to submit a nomination today!
Submissions are due Friday, November 30, 2018.
UPDATE! Since a major restoration project kicked off in 2017, the historic station used by President Theodore Roosevelt has received much-needed repairs and enthusiastic support from the local community. As of December 2018, the west end of the station was progressing nicely toward its 1920’s appearance. With only some stucco […]
The Fowler House is the first and only designated landmark site in the United States recognizing Montaukett Indian history and culture. Follow the Friends Of Fowler House’s Facebook page for more news and events. To learn more about Montaukett history and culture in East Hampton, including the historical communities of […]