Resources for Repair of Post-war Housing

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The national Trust for Historic Preservation has posted Resources for Repair of Post-war housing. The list seems fairly complete to me…can you all think of others? Would it be helpful to start our own here (for myself, I still think it would be neat to have interior and decorating resources as well. )

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