4 edition of Historic resource study and historic structures report found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Blocks 7 and 10, Elijah Iles" addition, historic resource study and historic structures report, Lincoln Home National Historic Site|
|Statement||by Albert W. Banton, Jr., Ellen Carol Balm, and Jill York O"Bright|
|Contributions||Balm, Ellen Carol, O"Bright, Jill York, United States. National Park Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||265 p. :|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||87602899|
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"Historic structures report." Description: , pages: illustrations, maps, plans ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Blocks 7 Elijah Iles' addition, historic resource study and historic structures report, Lincoln Home National Historic Site Blocks 7 Elijah Iles' addition, Springfield, Illinois.
initiated into the origins and significance of the historic structures and landscapes of National Park Service units in the Southeast Region. This Historic Resource Study is the first of many to treat the historic resources of the parks in a holistic manner, establishing the relevant.
The historic structure report presented here exists in two formats. A traditional, printed version is available for study at the park, the Southeastern Regional Oﬃ ce of the NPS (SERO), and at a variety of other repositories.
For more widespread access, the historic structure report. historic structure report (HSR). The review will serve to better understand this important document’s goals and uses. It will also provide an opportunity to envision the ways in which the HSR can be updated with an improved integration of technology.
Given the changing nature of the tools with which historic preservation professionals work. ARG prepared The Ahwahnee Historic Structures Report to foster the unique building’s rehabilitation. The HSR conveys information about the extraordinary qualities of The Ahwahnee’s design and construction through historical information, fine-grain existing conditions data, and forward-looking treatment recommendations.
PRESERVATION PLANS AND HISTORIC STRUCTURE REPORTS A Preservation Plan and Historic Structure Report are typically prepared by an interdisciplinary team of professionals. The plans are used to prioritize needs and to guide immediate and long-term phases of work for a historic structure, as well as plan for its use and interpretation.
Historical Summary The historic resource study of Cape Lookout provides ex- tensive documentation for the eighteenth and nineteenth century history of the village but very little for the twentieth century. Most of what is known about twentieth- century Portsmouth in general, and the Ed Styron House in particular, has come from.
A Historic Structure Report (HSR) is a preservation and rehabilitation tool that thoroughly documents the history and material elements of a historic structure, typically a historic building, and its associated environment, evaluates its existing condition, and provides the. Historic Structure Reports and Preservation Plans provide a forum to address changes to a resource during the planning process, explore alternative plans of action, and minimize loss, damage, or irreversible adverse effect on historic fabric.
Historic Structure Reports: A Redefinition Billy G. Garrett First, and foremost, a Historic Structure Report (HSR) should be a reference document that can be used in conjunction with other information to minimize the loss of significant material or character when making decisions that will affect a historic.
The Historic Resources Survey Project is a multi-year project to identify properties of historic significance in the Downtown Master Plan area, and to determine appropriate ways to protect the significance of these properties. Phase Historic resource study and historic structures report book Survey of properties in the core downtown area.
2) The treatment and use for which the historic structure report information provides a basis is an important cost consideration.
If the decision is reached to maintain a building in its current form, the level of effort required in preparing a historic structure report would be less than where the intended treatment is a comprehensive restoration.
The Preservation Leadership Forum of the National Trust for Historic Preservation is a network of preservation leaders — professionals, students, volunteers, activists, experts — who share the latest ideas, information, and advice, and have access to in-depth preservation resources and training.
Historic Structures Report and Preservation Plan v With proper maintenance and ongoing preventative measures, the lifespan of La Laguna can be prolonged indefinitely.
Maintaining a database of repairs, procedures, materials and maintenance logs will assist the City and FoLL in the proper long-term stewardship of this unique historical resource. The principal author of this report and evaluator for significance was Franklin Maggi, Architectural Historian, who consults in the field of historic architecture and urban development.
Franklin Maggi has a professional degree in architecture with an area of concentration in architectural history from the University of California, Berkeley. published the Historic Structure Reports & Preservation Plans: A Preparation Guide to assist those working with historic structures and sites in understanding the basic documentation and analysis that is necessary in planning for future care and treatment of historic resources.
Historic contexts and historic property survey reports help us understand the meaning and significance of individual buildings, structures, and sites.
They also include valuable information for researchers about South Carolina history and prehistory and the buildings, structures, and sites illustrating that history. Historic resources eligible for listing in the California Register may include buildings, sites, structures, objects, and historic districts.
Resources less than 50 years of age may be eligible if it can be demonstrated that sufficient time has passed to understand its historical importance. Historic Structure Report Coca- Cola House CAPE LOOKOUT NATIONAL SEASHORE Cape Lookout Village LCS#: Cover photo, Seifert- Davis or “Coca- Cola House,” c.
(CALO Coll.) T he historic structure report presented here exists in two formats. A traditional, printed version is available for study. A Historical Resources Study for the Proposed Development of the Property at Shattuck Avenue This report provides discussion of the historical significance of the existing building, and an analysis of The structure has historical significance to the City and/or to the structure’s neighborhood, block, street frontage, or group of.
Field surveyors drive every road in the county, identifying, documenting, and photographing historic sites and structures. The fieldwork takes one year to complete, and the resulting illustrated publication, called an Interim Report, takes an additional year.
The term 'Interim Report' recognizes that the surveys become outdated almost overnight. Search the Historic Resources Survey Database An inventory of architecturally and historically significant structures The Chicago Historic Resources Survey (CHRS), completed inwas a decade-long research effort by the City of Chicago to analyze the historic and architectural importance of all buildings constructed in the city prior to HistoricPlacesLA is the City’s online historic resource inventory and management system.
The website includes information collected for SurveyLA and other historic resources surveys. Also included are City Historic-Cultural Monuments, Historic Preservation Overlay Zones, and properties listed in the National Register and California Register.
The Massachusetts Cultural Resource Information System (MACRIS) allows you to search the Massachusetts Historical Commission database for information on historic properties and areas in the Commonwealth.
Users of the database should keep in mind that it does not include information on all historic properties and areas in Massachusetts, nor does.
Chapter 6: Historic Resources A. INTRODUCTION This chapter considers the potential of the 50th Street facility to affect historic resources, including historic structures and buried archaeological resources. The chapter begins with a description of the regulatory context for evaluation of historic resources.
It then evaluates the. Once the historic resources in the APEs were identified, the effects of the project on those res-ources were assessed.
As described above, project effects on historic resources may include both physical effects and indirect effects. Direct effects could include physical destruction, demoli-tion, damage, or alteration of a historic resource. For architects and engineers involved in preservation, restoration, and adaptive reuse of historic structures, Structural Analysis of Historic Buildings is an indispensable resource and a timesaving guide.
It is also an important reference for students and architectural s: 4. No nonsense guide to writing a Historic Structure report. Clear and concise, this book is an excellent resource and very helpful. Highly recommend for those seeking instruction on how to compile and organize this niche conservation document and best practices for doing s: 4.
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Reports on historic buildings: English Heritage guidelines. A good final report is one that. is clear and easy to read, especially by those who most need the information; is illustrated so that the critical reader is able to understand the basis for the arguments; contains enough. Recognition of Certain Wooden Structures as Historic Features Associated with Trapping () Report on a Petroglyph Site () A Class III Cultural Resource Report for the Middle Yellowstone Valley Ground-Water Evaluation Study, Yellowstone County, Montana ().
Writing a book review is one of the fundamental skills that every historian must learn. An undergraduate student’s book review should accomplish two main goals: Lay out an author’s argument, and Most importantly, critique the historical argument. It is important to remember that a book review is not a book report.
You need to do more than simply lay out the contents or. The Indiana State Historic Architectural and Archaeological Research Database (SHAARD) allows users to search cultural resource information on known historic and archaeological resources throughout Indiana.
The data contained in SHAARD was collected from previously conducted cultural resource inventories, National Register nominations, and. HISTORIC RESOURCES GROUP. 12 S. Fair Oaks Avenue, Suite Pasadena, CA Phone: Fax: [email protected] The data contained in SHAARD was collected from previously conducted cultural resource inventories, National and State Registers listings, research projects, and cultural resource management project reports.
properties listed in the Indiana Register of Historic Sites and Structures, and historic theaters in Indiana. Access to archaeological. HRA’s historic preservation specialists work with clients from federal, state, and local entities as well as private organizations.
HRA architectural historians and historians have worked with LEED-certified architects to demonstrate the contribution historic resources make to a sustainable environment, including restoration, rehabilitation, and preservation of historic resources to the.
Historical resources are considered part of the environment and a project that may cause a substantial adverse effect on the significance of a historical resource is a project that may have a significant effect on the environment. The definition of "historical resources" is contained in Section of the CEQA Guidelines.
STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE (SHPO): The State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) administers programs and services specific to their particular State including the National Register of Historic Places programs (administered through each SHPO), as well as, but not limited to, tax incentives, easements, grants, technical assistance, Section review, and education programs.
CRM (Cultural Resources Management Bulletin) IssuePage Historic Structures Report by Frances Joan Mathien. A Historic Structure Report Symposium Proceedings by Lonnie J.
Hovey. The American Institute of Architects Press, October House Histories: A Guide to Tracing the Genealogy of Your Home. An historic resource might be a site where nothing currently exists but where something important like a Native American village, a factory, or a battle once did exist or take place.
In addition to having importance, historic resources also must have what preservationists like to call “integrity”. That is nothing more than the resource’s. History (from Greek ἱστορία, historia, meaning "inquiry; knowledge acquired by investigation") is the study of the past.
Events occurring before the invention of writing systems are considered prehistory. "History" is an umbrella term that relates to past events as well as the memory, discovery, collection, organization, presentation, and interpretation of information about these events.Literature broadly is any collection of written work, but it is also used more narrowly for writings specifically considered to be an art form, especially prose fiction, drama, and poetry.
In recent centuries, the definition has expanded to include oral literature, much of which has been transcribed. Literature is a method of recording, preserving, and transmitting knowledge and entertainment.Florida Division of Historical Resources R.A.
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