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For fifteen years, Docomomo US has been at the forefront of the modern architecture preservation movement, and continues today as the resource for advancing education and advocacy about its importance. To maintain this leadership, we rely on the participation of our supporters, members, and advocates from across the nation. In past years, you have supported Docomomo US—please consider renewing your annual membership now to join the national community of architects, historians, designers, planners, preservationists, students, and modern movement enthusiasts dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of modern architecture and landscapes in the United States. Membership renewal is available online at or via mail by using the membership form.

Docomomo US is increasing its impact!
+Regional working groups and affiliated partners offer tours, lectures, events and opportunities for advocacy across the country
+Local chapters are active throughout New England in New York, Connecticut, New Jersey and Massachusetts, and in Georgia, North Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Illinois, Texas, California, Washington, and Minnesota.
+In October, the fourth annual Docomomo US Tour Day reached over 1,000 participants and included twenty three modern architecture tours in fifteen cities across the United States.  
+Docomomo US now produces a monthly e-news brief highlighting current national issues, technical advances, and local efforts related to understanding and preserving the buildings, landscapes, and neighborhoods of the modern movement.   
+The Docomomo US website (, which includes the Docomomo US Register database of Modern Buildings, is currently being enhanced and expanded to better serve as an educational resource for our constituents.
Thanks to supporters like you, Docomomo US continues to lead the modern architecture preservation movement in the United States. Thank you for your past support, and we hope you will join us again to advance the important work of Docomomo US.