National Trust for Historic Preservation

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National Trust for Historic Preservation

A nonprofit organization that is the leader of the national preservation movement, committed to saving American diverse historic environments, and to preserving and revitalizing communities nationwide. It has seven regional offices, owns 18 historic sites and works with thousands of community groups in all 50 states.

National Trust for Historic Preservation

Address:1785 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036

Phone:202-588-6000
Fax:202-588-6038
Phone:800-944-6847
Web: www.nationaltrust.org
Established: 1949. Description:Committed to fostering an appreciation of America's cultural heritage and to preserving America's historic environments through education, grant and loan programs, preservation assistance, advocacy, and litigation. Maintains six regional offices and 28 historic sites across the country. Members: 270,000. Dues: $20/year ($30/year for families).
Publications: Preservation (bimonthly); free to members.

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National Trust for Historic Preservation

A national, nonprofit private organization chartered by the US Congress to encourage public participation in the preservation of buildings, objects, and sites that have been significant in American history. Address: 1785 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20036.
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