This year has been one of dramatic ups and downs for American preservationists. With the controversy over Frank Lloyd Wright's David and Gladys Wright House (above) then still raging, Curbed reached out to the National Trust for Historic Preservation to ask what the advocacy group considered their biggest wins and, conversely, biggest losses for 2012. The Wright House was finally saved just last Friday—and thus didn't make the list—but there are a dozen more victories and a handful of dramatic losses, all mapped below.
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