In today’s episode of This Day in Miami History, we discuss Barbara Baer Capitman, who was critical in preserving Miami Beach’s Art Deco architecture. We talk with Daniel Ciraldo, Executive Director of the Miami Design Preservation League (the group Capitman founded) about the history of the work and current threats to historic preservation.

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