Author: Miner, Margaret
Published In: Adapting Historic Campus Structures for Accessibility
Argues that as much as one treasures old buildings, one must also value people as much as buildings; and buildings, if they are to continue in a useful capacity in today's world, must be useable by all--able-bodied, aged, temporarily, and permanently disabled presons. Believes the same kind of creativity that brought historic buildings into existence can be channeled into designing accessibility modifications that are compatible with historic structures worthy of preservation.
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