by Available from Columbia Historical Society in Washington, D.C. (1307 New Hampshire Ave., N.W., Washington 20036) .
Written in English
|Statement||written by Kim Hoagland.|
|Contributions||Columbia Historical Society (Washington, D.C.)|
|LC Classifications||F204.A1 H6 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||83116949|
Call Number/Catalog Number: FA1 H6 Title: Guide to resources for researching historic buildings in Washington, D.C. / written by Kim Hoagland. Call Number/Catalog Number: P Title: Guide to resources for researching historic buildings in Washington, D.C. / written by Kim Hoagland. BUILDING HISTORY RESEARCH GUIDE This guide includes references to both primary and secondary materials, some of which are available at the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. and others that are available in other local repositories. HSW holds many other published materials, maps, archives, manuscripts, and newspaper clipping files on. Staff regularly offer house history workshops - registration is required. The following guide will help orient you to the resources available on site and online for researching your house history. MAPS Historic atlases, or "plat" maps, show the footprints of individual buildings in .
This guide lists some resources that are used frequently to research histories of property and buildings in and around Whatcom County, Washington. It is by no means exhaustive. Please contact staff at the repositories and offices listed below for additional assistance (and especially if your research interests are outside Whatcom County). Resources for researching the history of property and buildings in and around Whatcom County, Washington. Online resources re: property research and historic preservation. Historic Building Research Guide How to Research a Building’s History For more information, contact The Landmark Society’s Architectural Research Coordinator, Cynthia Howk. Owners often find it fascinating to learn more about their homes or business properties, and this information is designed to guide them in their research. Guide to Resources for Researching Historic Buildings in Washington, D.C Guide to Resources for Researching Historic Buildings in Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C.: Columbian Call Number: Special Collections F H62 Jacobsen, Hugh. A Guide to the Architecture of Washington, D.C. New York: American Institute of Architects, Call.
James Goode This massive, well-researched book is the authoritative guide to every apartment building in and around Washington, D.C. Along with photography and examinations of the people who built. Architectural Style Guide Washington State Styles and Forms: – General Architectural Style/Form Guides: Baker, John Milnes. American House Styles: A Concise Guide. The Sarabande Press. New York, NY, Blumenson, John J.-G. Identifying American Architecture: A Pictorial Guide to Styles and Terms, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. Research. Dumbarton Oaks supports and publishes scholarship in the three areas of study supported by Robert Woods Bliss and Mildred Barnes Bliss: Byzantine Studies, including related aspects of late Roman, early Christian, western Medieval, Slavic, and Near Eastern Studies; Pre-Columbian Studies of Mexico, Central America, and Andean South America; and Garden and . tems to historic buildings, adding or removing secondary build- ings, and constructing new buildings in historic districts. 1’ The Districi of Columbia Historic Preservation Guidelines address the design of historic buildings, landscapes and districts.