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East Atlanta, Josh Curtis, Dana Delessio, Blake Fortune, Cari Foster, Jana Futch, Phillipe Gonzalez, Marni Gordon, Aretha Hills, Dennis Lovello, Amber Ray, Stacy Rieke, Sean Yates Apr 2017

East Atlanta, Josh Curtis, Dana Delessio, Blake Fortune, Cari Foster, Jana Futch, Phillipe Gonzalez, Marni Gordon, Aretha Hills, Dennis Lovello, Amber Ray, Stacy Rieke, Sean Yates

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Prepared by the Spring 2017 Case Studies in Historic Preservation students. Located partially in the City of Atlanta, DeKalb County and in unincorporated DeKalb County. East Atlanta is a good example of an evolving suburb. In the late 19th and early 20th century the area was an urban neighborhood that relied on the streetcar system and by World War II had evolved into an automobile-reliant suburban. Development progressed from a densely, gridded street pattern in the northern portion indicating a traditional urban neighborhood to a curvilinear street pattern in the southern section indicating an automobile-centric suburb. The area includes at ...


Tucker Downtown Historic District, Alix Crook, Sean Diaz, Caitlin Mee, Daniel Scott Apr 2017

Tucker Downtown Historic District, Alix Crook, Sean Diaz, Caitlin Mee, Daniel Scott

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Prepared by the Spring 2017 Preservation Planning class. This Guidelines will assist the City of Tucker in its efforts to outline, protect, and enhance its historic downtown resources, character and guide future development. The proposed guidelines establish general design standards intended to safeguard downtown Tucker’s historic buildings and setting through appropriate policies for alterations to existing properties, new construction, and demolitions. Understanding and following the proposed Design Guidelines will aid Tucker’s residents and property owners in their efforts to maintain and promote the City’s traditional close-knit community fabric and preserve it for generations to come.


Commemorative Air Force: Dixie Wing, Jessamy Bleth, Charles Boyd, William Greer, Shakia Guest, David Jaye, Sarah Kirkley, Linlin Lu, Keven Lynch, Scott Morris, Kayla Morris, Sophia Queen, Lynn Robinson, Anne Tucker, Danny Woten, Shaofan Zhang Oct 2016

Commemorative Air Force: Dixie Wing, Jessamy Bleth, Charles Boyd, William Greer, Shakia Guest, David Jaye, Sarah Kirkley, Linlin Lu, Keven Lynch, Scott Morris, Kayla Morris, Sophia Queen, Lynn Robinson, Anne Tucker, Danny Woten, Shaofan Zhang

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Prepared by the Fall 2016 Interpretive Planning Class. This interpretive plan evaluates the existing conditions of the Dixie Wing's membership, resources, management and opportunities to enable the administration to monitor, review and implement policies and processes going forward. Comprehensive analysis of administration and membership goals, in addition to delineating a series of guiding themes for the exhibit, are included in the interpretive plan. Policy and initiative recommendations are also included as a sustainable model in the areas of environment, experience and community which emphasize membership input, resource management, logistical, fiscal and administrative structures for future growth.


Klondike-Arabia Mountain Local Historic District, Jessamy Bleth, Dana De Lessio, Blake Fortune, Cari Foster, Philipe Gonzalez, Marnie Gordon, Caley Landau, Dennis Lovello, Curtia Momon, Amber Ray, Stacy Rieke, Clarissa Teagle, Sean Yates Apr 2016

Klondike-Arabia Mountain Local Historic District, Jessamy Bleth, Dana De Lessio, Blake Fortune, Cari Foster, Philipe Gonzalez, Marnie Gordon, Caley Landau, Dennis Lovello, Curtia Momon, Amber Ray, Stacy Rieke, Clarissa Teagle, Sean Yates

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Prepared by the Spring 2016 Preservation Planning Class. The proposed Klondike-Arabia Mountain Local Historic District encompasses not just the mountain, but many unique natural and historic resources that are virtually non-existent anywhere else in DeKalb County. The Guidelines are designed to assist the Historic Preservation Commission and property owners on the treatment of historic properties within the district, and based on the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties


Central Of Georgia Depot, Willie May Bolden, Shawn Marie Clements, Kate Daily, Niels Eichorn, Jennie Eldredge, Lauren Ericson, Marnie Gordon, Jessica Lauren Keys, Latina Mason, Charlie Mcanulty, Sophie Nelson, Deana Rausch, Laurel Wilson, Kayla Worth Oct 2015

Central Of Georgia Depot, Willie May Bolden, Shawn Marie Clements, Kate Daily, Niels Eichorn, Jennie Eldredge, Lauren Ericson, Marnie Gordon, Jessica Lauren Keys, Latina Mason, Charlie Mcanulty, Sophie Nelson, Deana Rausch, Laurel Wilson, Kayla Worth

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This interpretive plan gives a brief and condensed history of the central of Georgia Depot. Alongside a history of the depot, this resource provides potential interpretive themes for the historic site to pursue in future programs. The resource also contains reproductions of many historic photographs, as well as survey information regarding the depot's events and programming.


Avary-Fulton House, Jesia Cobb, Dana De Lessio, Blake Fortune, Nicole Gilbert, Philippe Gonzalez, Aritha Hills, Dennis Lovello, Charlie Mcnaulty, Kayla Morris, Scott Morris, Stacy Rieke, Sean Yates Oct 2015

Avary-Fulton House, Jesia Cobb, Dana De Lessio, Blake Fortune, Nicole Gilbert, Philippe Gonzalez, Aritha Hills, Dennis Lovello, Charlie Mcnaulty, Kayla Morris, Scott Morris, Stacy Rieke, Sean Yates

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Prepared by the Fall 2015 Conservation of Historic Building Materials class. The Avary-Fulton house is one of the oldest residences in Decatur, Georgia, built in 1868. This historic structure report (HSR) intends to provide a brief history of the residence, describe the site and setting, document the present condition, highlight any issues, and provide recommendations for its preservation and maintenance.


Covington, Ga, Lauren Bohn, Randy Boyd, David Greenberg, Aritha Hills, Sarah Love, Charlie Mcanulty, Brittany Miller, Scott Morris, Collier Neeley, Mike Santrock, Jonathan Scott, Ashley Shares, Ben Sutton, Dan Wooten Apr 2015

Covington, Ga, Lauren Bohn, Randy Boyd, David Greenberg, Aritha Hills, Sarah Love, Charlie Mcanulty, Brittany Miller, Scott Morris, Collier Neeley, Mike Santrock, Jonathan Scott, Ashley Shares, Ben Sutton, Dan Wooten

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Prepared by the Spring 2015 Preservation Planning Class. These Design Guidelines were created to guide property owners and the Historic Preservation Commission during the review process. The Guidelines ensure the continued historic integrity of properties within the district. The Covington Historic District and the North Covington Historic District are outlined within this document.


Mable House, Lauren Bohn, Rick Dreger, David Greenberg, William Inman, Julia Larenc, Sarah Love, Brittany Miller, Ellen Rankin, Ashley Shares, Ben Sutton, Christie Thiem, Megan Warley, Anna Williams Oct 2014

Mable House, Lauren Bohn, Rick Dreger, David Greenberg, William Inman, Julia Larenc, Sarah Love, Brittany Miller, Ellen Rankin, Ashley Shares, Ben Sutton, Christie Thiem, Megan Warley, Anna Williams

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Prepared by the Fall 2014 Conservation of Historic Building Materials class. This Historic Structure Report contains historical background for the Mable House, the physical and architectural descriptions of the landscape and structures, conditions assessment of the building exterior, interior, mechanical systems and the grounds, and treatment recommendations for those sections. The purpose of this report is to provide a current assessment of the condition of the property, recommendations for needed repairs and options for future use.


Wells Brown House, Marcy Breffle, Nathan Brown, Joshua Curtis, Lisa Flaherty, Laurel Lamb, Courtney Nix, Raul Pino, Julie Renner, Alexandra Troxell, Charles Turner, Megan Warley Oct 2014

Wells Brown House, Marcy Breffle, Nathan Brown, Joshua Curtis, Lisa Flaherty, Laurel Lamb, Courtney Nix, Raul Pino, Julie Renner, Alexandra Troxell, Charles Turner, Megan Warley

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Prepared by the Fall 2014 Issues and Interpretations of Public History class. This interpretive plan identifies and defines important visitor experiences of the Wells-Brown House located in Stone Mountain, Georgia and recommends actions and policies to facilitate those experiences. Interpretive planning addresses visitor needs, organization and site resources available and identifies management goals to determine the most effective approach to communicating the message to the target audience. The interpretive plan establishes goals, identifies key interpretive themes to be addressed through historical content, outlines resources and existing conditions, and provides recommendations for future growth.


Locust Grove Historic District, Kerri Chandler, Robert Corona, John-Joseph Jackson, Jessica Mccarron, Carla Penque, Amber Rose, Danielle Ross, Clint Tankersley, Christie Thiem, Lisette Van Leemput Apr 2014

Locust Grove Historic District, Kerri Chandler, Robert Corona, John-Joseph Jackson, Jessica Mccarron, Carla Penque, Amber Rose, Danielle Ross, Clint Tankersley, Christie Thiem, Lisette Van Leemput

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Prepared by the Spring 2014 Case Studies in Historic Preservation Class. This resource nominates the Locust Grove Historic District to establish formal recognition of the historic center of the city in its development as a “railroad strip” community in Henry County. The downtown historic district was designated in 2010, and the City of Locust Grove is a recent Certified Local Government in Georgia, providing a triple-pronged effort in utilizing Federal Incentive Tax Credits for historic preservation in Locust Grove.


Mcdonough, Ga, Rachel Bragg, Nathan Brown, Jesia Cobb, Kerri Chandler, Jennie Eldredge, William Inman, Andrea Miskewicz, Casey Radke, Ellen Rankin, Whitney Rooks, Amber Rose, Nicholas Sakas, Maggie Smith, Jennifer Ann Newman Treviño, Megan Warley, Hilary Wehrle, Anna Williams, Jennifer Williams Apr 2014

Mcdonough, Ga, Rachel Bragg, Nathan Brown, Jesia Cobb, Kerri Chandler, Jennie Eldredge, William Inman, Andrea Miskewicz, Casey Radke, Ellen Rankin, Whitney Rooks, Amber Rose, Nicholas Sakas, Maggie Smith, Jennifer Ann Newman Treviño, Megan Warley, Hilary Wehrle, Anna Williams, Jennifer Williams

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Prepared by the Spring 2014 Preservation Planning class. These Design Guidelines explain and interpret general design criteria in the local preservation ordinance for the McDonough, serves as a tool to guide preliminary design decisions, preserves historic character of the area, protects and stabilizes property values, makes suggestions for design appropriateness and provides neighborhood continuity, stability and predictability in assessing future change. The purpose of this report is to provide recommendations that aid in the preservation of the unique architectural and historic character of the city.


Longview Subdivision 1958-1962, Ellen Rankin Jan 2014

Longview Subdivision 1958-1962, Ellen Rankin

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This form contains information about the Longview Subdivision, one of the few neighborhoods which represent mid twentieth century architectural styles to be nominated to the national register. The subdivision was created to cater to workers of new industrial centers within Doraville and along Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. This resource contains many primary sources, including contemporary photographs of the property, as well as various forms of maps, copies of original advertisements for the subdivision, and various documents and publications relating to the neighborhood itself.


Thomas H. Moore House, Julie Bohn, Rachel Bragg, Nathan Brown, Susan Coleman, Jessica Mccarron, Collier Neeley, Carla Penque, Casey Radke, Whitney Rooks, Amber Rose, Alyssa Sheldon, Maggie Smith, Brian Sosebee, Clint Tankersley, Megan Wiginton Oct 2013

Thomas H. Moore House, Julie Bohn, Rachel Bragg, Nathan Brown, Susan Coleman, Jessica Mccarron, Collier Neeley, Carla Penque, Casey Radke, Whitney Rooks, Amber Rose, Alyssa Sheldon, Maggie Smith, Brian Sosebee, Clint Tankersley, Megan Wiginton

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Prepared by the Fall 2013 Conservation of Historic Building Materials class. This Historic Structure Report contains historical context, building chronology, physical descriptions, current conditions assessment, and recommended treatment and use for the historic property. The purpose of this report is to provide a current assessment of the condition of the property, recommendations for needed repairs and options for future consideration.


Locust Grove, Ga, Jeff Auerbach, Marcy Breffle, Meredith Britt, Susan Coleman, Adam Davis, Nicole Gilbert, John-Joseph Jackson, Jessica Mccarron, Carla Penque, Mallory Rich, Julianne Steger, Clint Tankersley, Christie Thiem, Megan Wiginton Apr 2013

Locust Grove, Ga, Jeff Auerbach, Marcy Breffle, Meredith Britt, Susan Coleman, Adam Davis, Nicole Gilbert, John-Joseph Jackson, Jessica Mccarron, Carla Penque, Mallory Rich, Julianne Steger, Clint Tankersley, Christie Thiem, Megan Wiginton

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Prepared by the Spring 2013 Preservation Planning Class. The Locust Grove Design Guidelines were developed to help guide the community of Locust Grove in preservation efforts. These Design Guidelines are created to assist the public and the Locust Grove Historic Preservation Commission in the appropriate rehabilitation of historic properties in the district based on the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties.


Decatur Northwest Residential Historic District, Christy Atkins, Tiara S. Banks, Rachel Barnhart, Rachel Bragg, Sam Carter, Xiaomeng Chi, Courtney Collins, Trey Crump, Adam Davis, Cynthia Mckinney, Amber Rhea, Mallory Rich, George Rounds, Maggie Smith, Katie Sobeck, Bryan Sosebee, Julianne Steger Apr 2013

Decatur Northwest Residential Historic District, Christy Atkins, Tiara S. Banks, Rachel Barnhart, Rachel Bragg, Sam Carter, Xiaomeng Chi, Courtney Collins, Trey Crump, Adam Davis, Cynthia Mckinney, Amber Rhea, Mallory Rich, George Rounds, Maggie Smith, Katie Sobeck, Bryan Sosebee, Julianne Steger

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Prepared by the Spring of 2013 Case Studies in Historic Preservation class. The Decatur Northwest Residential area is an outstanding representation of early to mid-twentieth century revival house styles. The district has remained consistent to its historic twentieth century layout and context. This Historic District Information Form (HIDF) has been compiled in anticipation of its submission to the Georgia State Historic Preservation Office Review Board. Following approval, it would be sent to the National Parks service for The National Register of Historic Places.


Sherrill House, Robert Corona, Trey Crump, Wright Dempsey, John Joseph Jackson, Molly Mclamb, Andrea Miskewicz, Danielle Ross, George Rounds, Julianne Steger Oct 2012

Sherrill House, Robert Corona, Trey Crump, Wright Dempsey, John Joseph Jackson, Molly Mclamb, Andrea Miskewicz, Danielle Ross, George Rounds, Julianne Steger

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Prepared by the Fall 2012 Conservation of Historic Building Materials class. This Historic Structure Report contains a historical overview of the Sherrill House, an interior and exterior architectural description, a conditions assessment of the interior and exterior of the structure, recommendations for treatment and future use, and a maintenance plan. The purpose of this report is to provide a current assessment of the condition of the property, recommendations for needed repairs and options for future use of the structure.


Lithonia, Ga, Christy Atkins, Rachel Barnhart, Sam Carter, Xiaomeng Chi, Kevin Davis, Rosemary Davis, Michelle Hendrickson, Sandra Khalil, Hanieh Esmaeil Khanian, Amber Rhea, George Round, Tim Smith, Brian Sosebee, Jean Spencer Apr 2012

Lithonia, Ga, Christy Atkins, Rachel Barnhart, Sam Carter, Xiaomeng Chi, Kevin Davis, Rosemary Davis, Michelle Hendrickson, Sandra Khalil, Hanieh Esmaeil Khanian, Amber Rhea, George Round, Tim Smith, Brian Sosebee, Jean Spencer

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Prepared by the Preservation Planning class in spring 2012. These design guidelines act as general policies regarding structures, additions, new construction, and site work for the proposed Lithonia Historic District. Lithonia’s proposed guidelines have been drawn to include a commercial and residential historic districts. The guidelines would serve as reference to both those included within the proposed district and outside of it. Lithonia is also included in the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area. The guidelines would act to preserve Lithonia’s historic character.


Valley View Farm: Main House, Christy Robnet Atkins, Rachel Barnhart, Jonathan Brown, Sam Carter, Xiaomeng Chi, Courtney Collins, Adam Davis, Kevin Davis, Hanieh Esmaeil Khanian, Julie Federer, Ed Howard, Claire Leftwich, Alexa Ramirez, Amber Rhea, Mallory Rich, Jean Spencer, Emily Taff, Lavonne Williams Oct 2011

Valley View Farm: Main House, Christy Robnet Atkins, Rachel Barnhart, Jonathan Brown, Sam Carter, Xiaomeng Chi, Courtney Collins, Adam Davis, Kevin Davis, Hanieh Esmaeil Khanian, Julie Federer, Ed Howard, Claire Leftwich, Alexa Ramirez, Amber Rhea, Mallory Rich, Jean Spencer, Emily Taff, Lavonne Williams

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Prepared by the Fall 2011 Conservation of Historic Building Materials class. This historic structure report provided an assessment of present conditions, historic context, and recommendations for on going preservation of the main house located at Valley View Farm in Cartersville, Georgia. The purpose of this HSR is to provide the owners of the main house with a holistic examination of the structure and integrity of the house. Recommendations made are based on the Secretary of Interior’s Standards for Treatment of Historic Properties to maximize optimal long term preservation of this National Register property.


Capitol View Manor, Erica Duvic, Meg Hammock, Justin Hutchcraft, Thomas Lee, Merribel Mckeever, Holly Schwarzmann Apr 2011

Capitol View Manor, Erica Duvic, Meg Hammock, Justin Hutchcraft, Thomas Lee, Merribel Mckeever, Holly Schwarzmann

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Prepared by the Spring 2011 Case Studies in Historic Preservation class. Information regarding historic relevance and resources located in the Capitol View Manor Historic District in Atlanta, Georgia was compiled to produce a Historic District Information Form (HIDF). This form is acceptable to submit locally and nationally for placement on the National Register of Historic Places. Capitol View Manor was established in 1920 and has a variety of historic building styles, including Craftsman, English Cottage, and English Vernacular Revival.


Decatur, Ga, Mollie Bogle, Jonathan Brown, Renee Brown-Bryant, Courtney Collins, Megan Covey, Elizabeth Decker, Wright Dempsey, Jennifer Dixon, Julie Federer, Audra George, Edward Howard, Katie Kennedy, Sarah Kurtz, Chrystal Perez, Emily Taff Apr 2011

Decatur, Ga, Mollie Bogle, Jonathan Brown, Renee Brown-Bryant, Courtney Collins, Megan Covey, Elizabeth Decker, Wright Dempsey, Jennifer Dixon, Julie Federer, Audra George, Edward Howard, Katie Kennedy, Sarah Kurtz, Chrystal Perez, Emily Taff

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Prepared by the Spring 2011 Preservation Planning class. These design_guideline explain and interpret general design criteria in the local preservation ordinance for Decatur, serves as a tool to guide preliminary design decisions, preserves historic character of the area, protects and stabilizes property values, makes suggestions for design appropriateness and provides neighborhood continuity, stability and predictability in assessing future change. The purpose of this report is to provide recommendations that aid in the preservation of the unique architectural and historic character of the city.


Mlk Historic District: 493 Auburn Ave. Ne, Adam Archual, Mollie Bogle, Mera Cardenas, Rebeccah Crawford, Rosemary Davis, Elizabeth Decker, Angelica A. Dion, Jennifer Dixon, Sarah Edwards, Michelle Hendrickson, Justin Hutchcraft, Anna Joiner, Katie Kennedy, Heather Miller, Nancy Murray, Crystal Perez, Holly Schwarzmann, Christen Vickery, Sarah Kurtz Oct 2010

Mlk Historic District: 493 Auburn Ave. Ne, Adam Archual, Mollie Bogle, Mera Cardenas, Rebeccah Crawford, Rosemary Davis, Elizabeth Decker, Angelica A. Dion, Jennifer Dixon, Sarah Edwards, Michelle Hendrickson, Justin Hutchcraft, Anna Joiner, Katie Kennedy, Heather Miller, Nancy Murray, Crystal Perez, Holly Schwarzmann, Christen Vickery, Sarah Kurtz

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Prepared by the Fall 2010 Conservation of Historic Building Materials class. This Historic Structure Report contains the history of the three double-shotgun houses located at 493 Auburn Avenue built by Alexander Daniel Hamilton and his father, Alexander Hamilton, African-American father-and-son builders. The existing conditions of the interior, exterior, infrastructure, and grounds of the buildings are detailed, as well as a master plan of recommendations for the site. The purpose of this report is to provide a current assessment of the condition of the property, recommendations for needed repairs and options for future consideration.


Mlk Jr. Historic District: Delbridge-Hamilton Apartments, Adam Archual, Mollie Bogle, Mera Cardenas, Rebeccah Crawford, Rosemary Davis, Elizabeth Decker, Angelica A. Dion, Jennifer Dixon, Sarah Edwards, Michelle Hendrickson, Justin Hutchcraft, Anna Joiner, Katie Kennedy, Sarah Kurtz, Heather Miller, Nancy Murray, Crystal Perez, Holly Schwarzmann, Christen Vickery Oct 2010

Mlk Jr. Historic District: Delbridge-Hamilton Apartments, Adam Archual, Mollie Bogle, Mera Cardenas, Rebeccah Crawford, Rosemary Davis, Elizabeth Decker, Angelica A. Dion, Jennifer Dixon, Sarah Edwards, Michelle Hendrickson, Justin Hutchcraft, Anna Joiner, Katie Kennedy, Sarah Kurtz, Heather Miller, Nancy Murray, Crystal Perez, Holly Schwarzmann, Christen Vickery

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Prepared by the Fall 2010 Conservation of Historic Building Materials class. This Historic Structure Report contains the history of the Delbridge-Hamilton Apartments at 491 Auburn Ave, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia.


Roswell, Ga, Adam Archual, Denise Benshoof, Mera Cardenas, Adam Clark, Angelica A. Dion, Erica Duvic, Sarah Edwards, James Forman, Meg Hammock, Justin Hutchcraft, Molly Leatherman, Merribel Mckeever, Joy Melton, Nancy L. Murray, Holly Schwarzmann, Christen Vickery, Jennifer Watts Apr 2010

Roswell, Ga, Adam Archual, Denise Benshoof, Mera Cardenas, Adam Clark, Angelica A. Dion, Erica Duvic, Sarah Edwards, James Forman, Meg Hammock, Justin Hutchcraft, Molly Leatherman, Merribel Mckeever, Joy Melton, Nancy L. Murray, Holly Schwarzmann, Christen Vickery, Jennifer Watts

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Prepared by the Spring 2010 Preservation planning class. The Roswell Historic District Design Guidelines give an overview of the historic boundaries and their modern expansion. The guidelines illustrate appropriate structure styles for the district, both residential and commercial. Districts outlined in this design guidelines are the Mill Village and Town Square, Mimosa Boulevard Neighborhood, Uptown- Alpharetta Street Neighborhood, Uptown- Canton Street Neighborhood, and South Atlanta Street Neighborhood.


Single-Family Residential Development In Dekalb County 1945-1970, Kimberly Burton, Susan Conger, Rebeccah Crawford, Elisa Graf, Paul Graham, Debye Harvey, Nathan Jordan, Courtney Lankford, Molly Letterman, Elizabeth Morris, Chris Mroczka, Maysyly Naolu, Zach Ray, Louis Rodriguez, Anthony Souther, David Westbrook, Caitlin Zygmont Apr 2010

Single-Family Residential Development In Dekalb County 1945-1970, Kimberly Burton, Susan Conger, Rebeccah Crawford, Elisa Graf, Paul Graham, Debye Harvey, Nathan Jordan, Courtney Lankford, Molly Letterman, Elizabeth Morris, Chris Mroczka, Maysyly Naolu, Zach Ray, Louis Rodriguez, Anthony Souther, David Westbrook, Caitlin Zygmont

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The Case studies class of spring of 2010 compiled this resource material. This study focused on suburban residential developments in DeKalb County, Georgia between the end of World War II and 1970 in order to better understand the transformation of the area after the Second World War. The resource includes data on national residential trends, architectural and landscape designs, as well as information on metropolitan Atlanta. The resource was created to support the effort to preserve local neighborhoods, buildings, and landmarks by providing the historic context in which they were created.


Hiram Butler Home, Kerri Chandler, Susan Conger, Erica Duvic, Audra George, Elisa Graf, Meg Hammock, Courtney Lankford, Jodi Mansbach, Merriebel Mckeever, Joy Melton, Zack Ray, Lius Rodriguez, David Westbrook, Caitlin Zygmont Oct 2009

Hiram Butler Home, Kerri Chandler, Susan Conger, Erica Duvic, Audra George, Elisa Graf, Meg Hammock, Courtney Lankford, Jodi Mansbach, Merriebel Mckeever, Joy Melton, Zack Ray, Lius Rodriguez, David Westbrook, Caitlin Zygmont

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Prepared by the Fall 2009 Conservation of Historic Building Materials Class. The Hiram Butler House is located in Kennesaw, Georgia in Cobb County. The home was constructed between 1876 and 1882. This document contains in depth conditions assessments, materials analyses, and recommendations for the ongoing preservation and maintenance of the home based on the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties.


Virginia-Highland Historic District, Christy Baccus, Kim Burton, Susan Conger, Elisa Graf, Paul Graham, Debye Harvey, Courtney Lankford, Laura Lembas, Maysyly Naolu, Addie Watts, David Westbrook, Caitlin Zygmont Apr 2009

Virginia-Highland Historic District, Christy Baccus, Kim Burton, Susan Conger, Elisa Graf, Paul Graham, Debye Harvey, Courtney Lankford, Laura Lembas, Maysyly Naolu, Addie Watts, David Westbrook, Caitlin Zygmont

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Prepared by the spring 2009 Preservation Planning class. The design guidelines were developed to promote preservation and rehabilitation of historic buildings and new construction. Presented within are recommendations for appropriate building materials and design. The guidelines are mean to serve as a tool to property owners and commission members during the design review process.


Lyon House, Amanda Brown, Kimberly Burton, Steven Busch, Jennifer Corcoran, Valerie Deweerth, Nancy Gadberry, Thomas Lee, Laura Lembas, Charlie Miller, Hilary Morrish, Chris Mrozcka, Maysyly Naolu, Erin Parr, Cameron Sexton, Betsy Trope, Lillie Ward Oct 2008

Lyon House, Amanda Brown, Kimberly Burton, Steven Busch, Jennifer Corcoran, Valerie Deweerth, Nancy Gadberry, Thomas Lee, Laura Lembas, Charlie Miller, Hilary Morrish, Chris Mrozcka, Maysyly Naolu, Erin Parr, Cameron Sexton, Betsy Trope, Lillie Ward

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Prepared by the Fall 2008 Conservation of Historic Building Materials class. This Historic Structure Report contains historical information of the Lyon House and the surrounding acreage, architectural descriptions, conditions assessments, maintenance plans, and recommended treatments and uses for the building and site features. The purpose of this document is to serve the stewards of the Lyon property as a reference point for any and all projects suggested for the building and site. The report is a dynamic resource that facilitates the documentation of preservation practices applied to the property.


City Of Stone Mountain, Emilie Arnold, Steven Busch, Stephanie Cherry, Parinya Chukaew, Emily Eigel, Nancy Gadberry, Patrick Haynes, Jeff Johnson, Charles Miller, Chris Mroczka, Ingrid Sciscoe, Betty Trope, Jared Wilson Apr 2008

City Of Stone Mountain, Emilie Arnold, Steven Busch, Stephanie Cherry, Parinya Chukaew, Emily Eigel, Nancy Gadberry, Patrick Haynes, Jeff Johnson, Charles Miller, Chris Mroczka, Ingrid Sciscoe, Betty Trope, Jared Wilson

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Students from the Spring 2008 Preservation Planning class compiled and presented these design guidelines to the City of Stone Mountain. The design guidelines were meant to be used as a blueprint for rehabilitation or alteration of historic buildings and new construction. The guidelines present recommended and discouraged courses of action within the historic district. Three character groups are defined, commercial Main Street, a residential area centered on East and West Mountain streets, and Shermantown.


Collier Heights, Emilie Arnold, Neil Bowen, Renee Brown-Bryant, Stephanie Cherry, Parinya Chukaew, Erica Danylchak, Emily Eigel, Hilary Morrish, Melina Vasquez, Lillie Ward Apr 2008

Collier Heights, Emilie Arnold, Neil Bowen, Renee Brown-Bryant, Stephanie Cherry, Parinya Chukaew, Erica Danylchak, Emily Eigel, Hilary Morrish, Melina Vasquez, Lillie Ward

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This resource was created by the Case Studies class in Spring of 2008 as a Historic District Information Form. It includes data on the neighborhood known as Collier Heights, as well as pertinent newspaper clippings, permits, blueprints, maps, and other primary sources.


Housworth-Moseley House, Hermina Glass Avery, Erica Danylchak, Janet Barrickman, Renee Brown-Bryant, Rebecca Byrne, Parinya Chuckaew, Natalie Cooper, Emily Eigel, Mary Ann Hawthorne, Patrick Haynes, Jeff Johnson, Anthony Souther, Jared Wilson Oct 2007

Housworth-Moseley House, Hermina Glass Avery, Erica Danylchak, Janet Barrickman, Renee Brown-Bryant, Rebecca Byrne, Parinya Chuckaew, Natalie Cooper, Emily Eigel, Mary Ann Hawthorne, Patrick Haynes, Jeff Johnson, Anthony Souther, Jared Wilson

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Prepared by the Fall 2007 Conservation of Historic Building Materials Class. This historic structure report details the history, current condition, and future treatment and use for the Houseworth-Moseley house located in the Klondike Community of Southern Dekalb County, Georgia. The home was built approximately 1843.