Table of contents for Historic preservation & the imagined West : Albuquerque, Denver & Seattle / Judy Mattivi Morley.

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List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. Albuquerque, New Mexico, or Anywhere, USA? Old Town
2. ¿The Most Famous Street in the West¿: Larimer Square, Denver
3. Of Bums and Businessmen: Seattle¿s Pioneer Square
4. ¿An Honest Place in a Phony Time¿: Pike Place Market, Seattle
5. If You Preserve It, They Will Come: Lower Downtown, Denver
Epilogue
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Historic preservation -- West (U.S.) -- Case studies.
Historic buildings -- Conservation and restoration -- West (U.S.) -- Case studies.
Historic preservation -- Economic aspects -- West (U.S.) -- Case studies.
City planning -- West (U.S.) -- Case studies.
Historic buildings -- Conservation and restoration -- New Mexico -- Albuquerque.
Historic buildings -- Conservation and restoration -- Colorado -- Denver.
Historic buildings -- Conservation and restoration -- Washington (State) -- Seattle.
Albuquerque (N.M.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Denver (Colo.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Seattle (Wash.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.