2 edition of Advisory list to the National Register of Historic Places, 1969. found in the catalog.
Advisory list to the National Register of Historic Places, 1969.
United States. Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation.
|LC Classifications||E159 .U555|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 311 p.|
|Number of Pages||311|
|LC Control Number||77607631|
Redevelopment Opportunities. Early in , realizing the uncertainty over what to do with the Willard was as great a problem as funding, Lawson B. Knott, Jr., then Executive Director of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, leads the National Trust in co-sponsoring with the National Park Service a study to evaluate the re-use of the hotel. *The Cultural Resources of Wakefield, a listing of nominees to the National Register of Historic Places, which was compiled in by the Wakefield Historical Commission. It includes two-page profiles of almost historic public and private buildings in Wakefield. *Historic maps of .
For millennia, the place where the Minnesota River joins the Mississippi has been a crossroads, a place of strategic power. But that symbolism is complicated. The fort is a powerful reminder that most Minnesotans today are descendants of immigrants, living on conquered land. Many Dakota people consider the area to be their sacred place of origin as well as a site of genocide. The Aladdin Hotel closes on the Las Vegas Strip November 25 making way for a $ billion gambling and hotel complex. Plans call for development of a Middle East-theme shopping center, a 2,room hotel as well as a joint venture with Planet Hollywood Inc. for development of a neighboring $ million, 2,room music-theme resort.
Booker T. Washington High School was the first black public secondary school in Atlanta. It is reflective of a period of economic growth and transition in the black community. It was in the early s that new communities developed and built by blacks for blacks were established on Atlanta's west. Historic resources are classified as any man-made/shaped resource or landscape that is 50 years old or older. Once a building reaches 50 years old, it has achieved the status of being potentially eligible for listing to the National Register of Historic Places.
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