Blackwell, William Chad
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An examination of the unique case for the historic preservation of the ski lodges of North America. A brief history and evolution of ski resorts addresses the historic significance of ski lodges as a cultural resource. Case studies of five ski lodges provide a representative look at this unique resource. An analysis of the ski lodge as a cultural resource, its place as a twentieth century building type, and the ramifications in a preservation context concludes the argument.