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Preservation event highlights Seven to Save

 The Preservation League of New York State opens its exhibition, Hidden in Plain Sight,  which highlights  the Seven to Save list of endangered places with an artist reception Friday, Oct. 6, from 5 to 8 p.m., at Preservation League headquarters, 44 Central Ave.., Albany. The free reception is open to the public.

The 2016-17 Seven to Save list is: Rapp Road Historic District in Albany; Gould Memorial Library in the Bronx; Wildroot in Buffalo; the Adirondack Scenic Railroad; the Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh; the Stockade Historic District in Schenectady; and the Dennis-Newton House in Ithaca.

Photographs of the 2016-17 Seven to Save designees, taken by Bruce Harvey, consulting professional historian and documentation photographer based in Syracuse will be displayed. For details, visit http://www.preservenys.org/.
 The exhibit is presented by M&T Bank and sponsored by Mesick Cohen Wilson Baker Architects, LLP with support from PBDW Architects.

Contact Frances Gubler,  Preservation League of NYS, at  
518-462-5658 x10 or 
fgubler@preservenys.org/.

Gloria Mazure

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