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Fri Mar 21 17:05:00 2014 UTClccn-n790864440.00Lyndhurst, on the Hudson, Tarrytown, N.Y0.381.00National Council for Historic Sites and Buildings collection,148911987n 79086444318882containsVIAFID/141353304National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United Stateslccn-n50000455National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United Stateslccn-nr97025095Corbett, John M.lccn-n80006325Rath, Frederick L.lccn-n87846099Grant, U. S.(Ulysses S.)1881-1968lccn-n79022809United StatesNational Park Servicelccn-nr2007006143Burdick, Kim1948-lccn-nr2007002395Crowninshield, Louise du Pont1877-1958lccn-n80076363United StatesNational Capital Park and Planning Commissionnc-richmond va$city attorneyRichmond (Va.).City Attorneylccn-n80132895Hosmer, Charles Bridgham1932-National Council for Historic Sites and BuildingsPeriodicalsPictorial worksUnited StatesHistoric buildingsHistoric sitesHistoric preservationMonuments--Conservation and restorationMonumentsHistoric sites--Conservation and restorationIndians of North America--AntiquitiesArchaeologyNational Council for Historic Sites and BuildingsNational Trust for Historic Preservation in the United StatesHistoric buildings--Conservation and restorationUnited States.--National Park ServiceWorld War (1939-1945)Lincoln, Abraham,Crowninshield, Louise du Pont,New York (State).--Office of Parks and RecreationPolitical scienceUrban renewalUnited States.--Advisory Board on National Parks, Historic Sites, Buildings, and MonumentsGrant, U. S.--(Ulysses S.),RoadsHistoric preservation--Government policyGeorge Washington UniversityIllinois--GalenaCommunity developmentVirginia--Woodlawn PlantationCantacuzene, Julia,--Princess,ArchitectureHistoric sites--Government policyConservation of natural resourcesAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Eastern National Park and Monument AssociationDelaware Society for the Preservation of AntiquitiesCentral business districts--Conservation and restorationGovernment services, incWakefield National Memorial AssociationWorld War (1914-1918)Military engineers--Training ofAmerican Planning and Civic AssociationCity planningCivil defenseMassachusetts--Saugus--Saugus Iron Works National Historic SiteUrban beautificationRath, Frederick LVirginia--George Washington Birthplace National MonumentMissouri--Fort Leonard WoodColorado--Echo Park DamWashington (D.C.) Metropolitan AreaHome rule194719481949195019541965200020119692239363.69097305E15185114ocn004604083serial0.32Historic preservation : quarterly of the National Council for Historic Sites and BuildingsPeriodicals603ocn006369929serial0.79Quarterly reportPeriodicals151ocn012631682book19490.88Corbett, John MRiver Basin archaeology : a race against timePictorial works82ocn026567555book19470.93National Council for Historic Sites and BuildingsPreserving America's heritage31ocn024388098book19540.47National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United StatesPreserving America's heritage : a challenge21ocn525239242mix1.00National Council for Historic Sites and Buildings collectionLetter, brochure, quarterly report, pamphlet, and newsclipping, relating to the work of the National Council for Historic Sites and Buildings. Persons represented include director Frederick L. Rath21ocn080460880book1965Lyndhurst, on the Hudson, Tarrytown, N.Y11ocn079778591book19501.00Alexandria (Va.)Zoning ordinance, city of Alexandria, Virginia; Ordinance no. 470, Article XVII: Old and historic Alexandria district11ocn080701509book19491.00Grant, U. SThe formation of the National Council for Historic Sites and Buildings11ocn078927853book19501.00Williamsburg (Va.)Zoning ordinance, city of Williamsburg, Virginia, adopted 194711ocn079741473book19501.00Richmond (Va.)Opinion of City Attorney, October 11, 1949, to [the] City Planning Commission [that] historic zoning may be supported as a reasonable exercise of the police power11ocn079042104book19501.00Charleston (S.C.)Zoning ordinance, city of Charleston, South Carolina, adopted 1924, Article X, old and historic Charleston district11ocn080619141book19501.00New Orleans (La.)Vieux Carre Commission, city of New Orleans, Louisiana, Constitution of 1921, Section 22, A., as added by Act 139 of 193611ocn080871676book19481.00National Council for Historic Sites and Buildings[Letter to members on activities of the Council.]131ocn004466638book0.93National Council for Historic Sites and BuildingsPreserving America's heritage11ocn236080152mix1.00Grant, U. SUlysses S. Grant, 3rd, papersHistoryArchivesReference files series contains background or reference material on several broad topics of interest to Grant: conservation, city and regional planning, transportation, and Washington, D.C. The last contains material on Washington's built environment, local government, and local highway issues11ocn014910152bookThe National Council for Historic Sites and Buildings and the National Trust for Historic Preservation11ocn056611137mix1.00Rath, Frederick LPapers of Frederick L. Rath, JrHistoryArchivesDiaries; correspondence; educational records; writings; ephemera; pamphlets; publications; clippings; memorabilia; reports; oral history transcripts; research notes; bibliographies; maps; daily logs; date books; photographs; audio recordings; pamphlets; and personal records gathered and produced during Rath's schooling, military service, and career in historic preservation11ocn270706848art1950Grant, U. SRemove not the ancient landmarks11ocn775453189mix2011Van Ness, CynthiaNational Preservation Conference PublicationsThis collection consists of conference guides, programs, schedules, and a full color magazine supplement of Buffalo Business First generated for the 2011 Conference and compiled by Cynthia Van Ness, Director of the Research Library at the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society and conference attendee. The collection is arranged in original order as donated11ocn014910153bookNational Council for Historic Sites and BuildingsNational Council for Historic Sites and Buildings : 511 Tenth Street, Northwest, Washington 4, D.C11ocn164037532mixBurdick, KimThe notes consist of photocopies of all surviving letters to and from Louise du Pont Crowninshield (1877-1958) an early advocate of historic preservation. The documents were copied from originals in the Hagley Museum and Library and other repositories. The notes were used to write several articles, to produce lectures and slide shows, and for a projected film on Mrs. Crowninshield's role in establishing the historic preservation movement11ocn084054329book2000Burdick, KimRemembering Louise CrowninsheildHistoryFri Mar 21 15:14:41 EDT 2014batch12516