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Join us on November 1, 2019 to celebrate 60 years of preservation advocacy. Our 2019 Fall Fundraising event celebrates the 60th anniversary of the founding of Landmarks Association and recognizes the legacy of architect Gene Mackey III with the H. Meade Summers Jr. Award.
The event will be held at #40 Portland Place, a magnificent Richardsonian Romanesque mansion constructed for shoe magnate, George Warren Brown that is an outstanding example of the pinnacle of St. Louis' elite residential architecture from the turn of the 20th century.
Join us for an opportunity to enjoy one of the city's most opulent private residences while helping Landmarks Association continue its mission to preserve, enhance and promote the architectural heritage of St. Louis.
If you would like to be a sponsor of our event, click here for more information.
If you are unable to attend but want to support our efforts, click here.
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At this year's event, we will be celebrating the legacy of architect Gene Mackey III with the H. Meade Summers Jr. Award for his lifetime of contributions to historic preservation in St. Louis. The award is named for H. Meade Summers Jr. who, for many decades has been a great philanthropist of historic preservation in St. Louis and a steadfast supporter of Landmarks Association. Mr. Summers is the former chair of the Missouri Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and a former President of the Board of Landmarks Association. This award was created and endowed by him to recognize lifetime contributions to the preservation and revitalization of St. Louis' historic architecture and neighborhoods
Gene Mackey‘s legacy of masterful design, community leadership, and historic preservation is inextricably woven into the fabric of St. Louis. During nearly fifty years at the helm of Mackey & Associates, and Mackey Mitchell Architects, he led his firms with a heart directed toward civic design and a soul steeped in a preservation ethic.
Preserve | Enhance | Promote
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