Carpenters’ Hall presents the 2011 Master Builder Dialogues: Preserving America

The Carpenters’ Company of the City and County of Philadelphia in collaboration with Drexel University’s Goodwin College of Professional Studies and the National Park Service are proud to present the 2011 Master Builder Dialogues: Preserving America. Continuing the mission of Charles E. Peterson’s Building Early America. Preserving America focuses on education and preservation technology for the twenty-first century.

Attendees will have a unique opportunity to participate in presentations on icons in American history, historic preservation and architectural significance highlighting such notable buildings as Independence Hall, Christ Church, the Statue of Liberty and the PSFS/Loews Hotel by world renown practitioners Robert Silman, John Milner, Nick Gianopolus, John Robbins and Art Jones to name a few. We hope that you will join us for this exciting landmark two-day event.

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