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History Course: Preservation Mirage Educates Residents on Rancho Mirage’s Architectural Legacy in Order to Protect It

CV Independent

What do Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, Lucille Ball, the Marx Brothers, Hoagy Carmichael, and Gerald and Betty Ford have in common?

All these icons had homes in Rancho Mirage, a city filled with midcentury houses and other buildings designed by renowned architects, including William Krisel, William F. Cody, A. Quincy Jones, Edward Durell Stone, E. Stewart Williams, Hugh Kaptur and Wallace Neff.

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Preservation Mirage launches architecture map of Rancho Mirage

Desert Sun

Preservation Mirage will launch its architecture map of Rancho Mirage in mid-November. This map, the first of its kind for the city, includes homes, communities and sites that are of historic and/or architectural interest. It will enable residents and visitors to identify and enjoy the unique architectural treasures of the city. More than 50 locations are included, each one numerically referenced on the map with references explained with a photograph and brief description in the "legend" on the reverse side...

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Preservation Mirage map of Rancho Mirage featured in Palm Springs Life Magazine

Palm Springs Life

Architecture and design buffs can now visit more than 50 homes, communities, and sites of historic and architectural interest in Rancho Mirage. The nonprofit Preservation Mirage has published its architecture map to guide residents and visitors to architecture that can be easily located and seen from the street.

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