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McCormick Museum lecture on July 15th

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  • Gutenkauf, Diane
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      McCormick Museum Lecture Series
      "Architectural Salvage as an Integral Part of Historic Preservation: Preserving Parts When the Whole Must Be Lost - presented by Rebecca Hunter
      Wednesday, July 15, 7:30 pm
      Doors open at 6:45 pm
      Cost: Free; no parking fee
      McCormick Museum Gold Theater at Cantigny
      Registration recommended, please call 630 260 8162.

      The primary objective of historical preservation is to save, restore and reuse old and historic buildings. Yet not every building can be saved. When a house cannot be saved in situ or be moved, deconstructing and salvaging architectural elements preserves something of the house and benefits restoration of other structures.

      Hunter, recipient of the Elgin (IL) Mayor’s Award for Historical Preservation, will discuss architectural salvage, available salvage resources and conducting salvage operations. Learn about available salvage resources and how to organize and conduct a salvage operation.

       

      Cantigny

       

      1s151 Winfield Road
      Wheaton , IL 60189
      Cantigny.org

       

       

       




       

       

      Robert R. McCormick's Birthday Celebration

       

      Vintage Base Ball Game

       

       

      Thursday, July 30

      Sunday, August 23

       

       

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      Diane Gutenkauf

      Director

      RobertR.McCormickMuseum at Cantigny

      1S151 Winfield Rd.

      Wheaton ,IL60189

      630-260-8159 (v)

      630-260-8160 (f)

      dgutenkauf@...

      www.cantigny.org

       

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