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Primary and Secondary Sources. Previously Prepared Reports. Part 1.A. Developmental History History of Buildings, Landscape, and Historic Context Chronology of Changes and Use (Distinct Episodes and Timeline) Comparable Structures and Sites. Part 1.B. Existing Conditions Assessment

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Part 1 b existing conditions assessment description of site features

Primary and Secondary Sources

Previously Prepared Reports

  • Part 1.A. Developmental History

  • History of Buildings, Landscape, and Historic Context

  • Chronology of Changes and Use (Distinct Episodes and Timeline)

  • Comparable Structures and Sites

  • Part 1.B. Existing Conditions Assessment

  • Description of Site Features

  • Description of Building Materials and Systems

  • Causes of Deterioration

  • Materials Testing and Analysis

  • Part 2. Treatment and Use Recommendations

  • Statement of Historical and Architectural Significance

  • Approach to Treatment and Goals of the Project

  • Specific Treatment Recommendations

  • Prioritization and Cost Estimates

  • Executive Summary

  • Introduction

  • Historic Structures Report

  • References, Bibliography, and Appendices


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