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Title Page (final)

Postby johnleeke » August 16th, 2013, 8:00 pm

(update: 8/15/13)
Text for the title page:

Window Preservation Standards

Edition 1, Version 1.5, July 15, 2013

Authors:
This publication is a collaborative effort. The many contributors are identified throughout the text and are listed in the Collaborators section of the Appendix.

Editor:
John Leeke

Illustrator:
Amy McAuley

Publisher: Window Preservation Standards Collaborative (WPSC)

Partners:

<WPSC logo will appear here>
The Window Standards project was started by the Founders in 2010. They raised the funds for the project with the help of the Donors and Summit attendees. The project includes many Advisers and Stakeholders who have helped develop and write the standards. (See the Appendix for a complete listing of all the Collaborators.)

<Preservation Kentucky logo will appear here>
Preservation Kentucky is a statewide non-profit organization supporting historic preservation. It is the fiscal partner of WPSC, handling and holding all the money for the project.

<Kentucky Heritage Council logo will appear here>
Kentucky Heritage Council is the state agency for historic preservation, which was instrumental in organizing the National Window Preservation Summit of 2011.

<PTN logo will appear here>
Preservation Trades Network. To empower the traditional building trades through network, good works, community, fellowship and education. Another PTN Partnered Education Initiative.

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Re: Title Page (final)

Postby johnleeke » August 16th, 2013, 8:06 pm

Andy Roeper, of PTN, has pointed out that the following text should appear along with the PTN logo:

"To empower the traditional building trades through network, good works, community, fellowship and education. Another PTN Partnered Education Initiative."

To be evenhanded with all of our partners we have added a brief description of each partner next to their logo. See the message at the top of this discussion for the final text and appearance of the title page.
John
Standards Co-Founder
Standards Editor

http://www.HistoricHomeWorks.com


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