Archive for February 2016

Taking Hugh Public: NPF Receives $107k to Put the Hugh Taylor Archives Online

The Nevada Preservation Foundation is steward and intellectual property holder of Hugh E. Taylor’s architectural legacy. Taylor was a mid-century architect who worked primarily in Las Vegas where he resided until his recent passing in October of 2015. He made significant contributions to architecture in Southern Nevada, designing homes, additions, renovations, commercial buildings, apartment complexes,…

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What’s the Difference: National vs Local Historic Registers

As most, if not all, of our readers know by now, NPF is currently working with three neighborhood clients towards achieving a historic district nomination: Paradise Palms, Beverly Green and Paradise Village. What you may not realize however, is that two of these neighborhoods, Paradise Palms and Beverly Green are working toward a local listing,…

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Second Annual NPF Home Tour

This May, celebrate National Historic Preservation Month by taking part in NPF’s second annual Vintage Vegas Home Tour. This year’s tour will be held on Sunday, May 8th. Enjoy an afternoon on a self-guided exploration of around a dozen historic homes. From bungalows and cottages to the more adventurously modern designs of the Mid-Century, the…

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