Category Archives: Preserving Our Mid-Century Mundane

Guttman Building: A Followup!

We occasionally get comments from readers and recently architect David Grider wrote in. His firm has worked on the Guttman Building, including renovating some of the spaces like the lobby. We are including here the great information and images he … Continue reading

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New article on Queens Modern

Check out this virtual walk looking at vernacular modernism in Queens’ Forest Hills neighborhood with yours truly! https://www.gothamcenter.org/blog/schlep-in-the-city-forest-hills

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Co-Post: The Legacy of Bus Terminals

Mid-Century Mundane is pleased to have co-authored an article on the Docomomo US website focusing on mid-century bus terminals. Take a look and please let us know what you think! http://docomomo-us.org/legacy_bus_terminals We are hoping to do more articles like this … Continue reading

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Preserving Our Mundane: St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church, Gary, IN

Leading this new feature for Mid-Century Mundane is the campaign by the congregation of St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church to have their mid-century church listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architectural, historical and cultural significance. This effort … Continue reading

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