Category Archives: Preserving Our Mid-Century Mundane

New article on Queens Modern

Check out this virtual walk looking at vernacular modernism in Queens’ Forest Hills neighborhood with yours truly!

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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! 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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