Newsletter

The newsletter is how Preservation in Pink started. It ran for four years/volumes, but I have since found that the blog is best way to keep up to date, accessible information. The newsletter may resume, if there is interest, but for now the blog is the entire focus.

Listed below are all of the issues from 2007 – 2010. If you have interest in future newsletters, please let me know:  preservationinpink [at] gmail [dot] com.

Volume IV, Issue 1: Preservation in Pink January 2010

Volume III, Issue 1: Preservation in Pink June 2009

Volume II, Issue 2: Preservation in Pink December 2008

Volume II, Issue 1: July 2008 Preservation in Pink July 2008

Volume I, Issue 2: October 2007   Preservation in Pink October 2007

Volume I, Issue 1: May 2007 Preservation in Pink May 2007

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6 thoughts on “Newsletter

  1. Amy M. says:

    I’ve been looking forward to this one…and not disappointed! Definitely the best one so far! Go Team Preservation!

  2. rené Le Grand, organist in Québec says:

    Hello.
    What can you tell me about the pipe organ in the church?
    Is the legend surounding that organ true?
    You tell me…

    rené

  3. Dave O'Connell says:

    Portland Builders has just begun the re-purposing of Saint James Convent ” Mother House” in Portland Maine. We are currently removing all the interior trim and cataloging for re-installation on new insulated walls . When complete it will provide 89 affordable Senior Apts. The chapel with vaulted hand painted Frescos will remain untouched as well as the pipe organ ( works!) We would be glad to forward you photos if you are interested This is our 12th National Park Service Historic Rehabilitation .
    ” Preservationists are the only people in the world whose wisdom is confirmed after the fact”
    John Kenneth Galbraith
    Regards Portland Builders

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