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Historic Albany Foundation [NY]

"Historic Albany Foundation is a private, not-for-profit membership organization working to promote the preservation and appreciation of the built environment in and around the city of Albany. Since 1974, Historic Albany Foundation has fulfilled its mandate through public education, promotion and membership, provision of design and technical assistance, community projects, advocacy for endangered buildings, publications, tours, lectures, and operation of an architectural parts warehouse."

The site offers an events calendar, an archive of past newsletters, visitor information, and information on the foundation's current projects.

 
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